HOTS-Based Learning Management in the Process of Improving Student Academic Quality in Inclusive Schools

Retno Ekasari (1) , Dian Hidayati (2)
(1) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan , Indonesia
(2) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan , Indonesia


HOTS-based learning management is an activity that includes the process of planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating. This study aims to describe HOTS-based learning management in improving the Academic Quality of Students. The research method used in this research is qualitative with case study method. The data collection process was carried out using observation and interview techniques conducted at SDN Sendangadi 2. Interviews were conducted with the principal and several upper class teachers (grades 4, 5 and 6) and observations were made by observing the learning carried out by classroom teachers. The results of this study indicate that the achievement of HOTS-based learning management is successful with the support of many parties, including: teachers, students, principals and the learning environment.

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