HOTS LEARNING MODEL IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION

Authors

  • E. Handayani Tyas Magister of Education Management, Postgraduate Program, Universitas Kristen IndonesiaMagister of Education Management, Postgraduate Program, Universitas Kristen Indonesia
  • Lamhot Naibaho English Study Program, Faculty of Education and Teacher Training, Universitas Kristen Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v9.i1.2021.3100

Keywords:

Quality Of Education, HOTS Learning Model, Industrial Revolution Era 4.0

Abstract

This paper aims to describe that the HOTS learning model can improve the quality of education. Quality education is an absolute prerequisite for the progress of a country, both at the regional, national, and especially international levels. The fourth industrial revolution has changed the way we live, work and collaborate with others. The technology developed in the fourth industrial revolution combines the physical, digital and biological worlds, which on the one hand opens up great opportunities for progress, but on the other hand, also raises no small potential dangers. To answer such a huge challenge, we as education observers will immediately take steps and use the right strategy, namely by implementing a learning model based on Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). The importance of HOTS in the XXI century and the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 and why HOTS should be because the characteristics of HOTS learning are learning that can develop creativity. Learning to think critically and make decisions, learning to solve problems. This research uses a qualitative approach with a research library design. The findings of this study are that the HOTS learning model is suitable for improving the quality of learning, both in schools and universities, in other words, the HOTS learning model improves the quality of the education.

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Published

2021-02-02

How to Cite

Tyas, E. H., & Naibaho, L. (2021). HOTS LEARNING MODEL IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 9(1), 176–182. https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v9.i1.2021.3100

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