The Significant of E-assessment for Indonesian Literacy with Character Education in Pandemic Era

Tutuk Ningsih, Dwi Margo Yuwono, M. Sugeng Sholehuddin, Abdul Wachid Bambang Suharto


Learning at home not only provides written assignments that are changed in electronic form but must also reflect student learning outcomes at home. Likewise, researchers use literary reading to avoid students getting bored with learning Indonesian language literacy and character education. However, improving literacy skills is not just reading literature for pleasure but also increasing students' critical power and character education by using an e-assessment model in their assessment. This research used the quasi-experiments approach. The object of study is 178 students at three different high schools in Sleman, Indonesia, with different characteristics. Data analysis uses A simple regression test to see a significant relationship between e-assessment reading literacy 'and reading fiction literacy skills towards character education. It describes the significance of using e-assessment in learning fiction literacy reading Indonesian for senior high school in pandemic era. The e-assessment model can be applied and effective to Indonesian subjects, especially on literacy reading. The E-assessment and reading literary skill is a practical activity for character education in high school students. The activity uses information technology to provide an experience for students to use their social media positively as part of the learning process at home. Besides that, they have to find and apply the moral values from the text they learned as character education.


E-assessment; language literacy; character education

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