Thinking Level in Education: A Complete Revision of Anderson’s Taxonomy

Authors

  • Ilmi Zajuli Ichsan Jakarta State University, Indonesia
  • Henita Rahmayanti Jakarta State University, Indonesia
  • Agung Purwanto Jakarta State University, Indonesia
  • Diana Vivanti Sigit Jakarta State University, Indonesia
  • Edi Kurniawan Semarang State University, Indonesia
  • Ardyanto Tanjung Malang State University, Indonesia
  • Ruqiah Ganda Putri Panjaitan Tanjungpura University, Indonesia
  • Nurlita Pertiwi Makassar State University, Indonesia
  • Charanjit Kaur Swaran Singh Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15823/p.2021.141.3

Keywords:

education, new taxonomy, thinking level

Abstract

The study aimed to revise Anderson’s taxonomy and implement the new taxonomy in learning. The study used the descriptive method and there were 6 types of instruments used according to new taxonomy. The results showed that students’ knowledge scores were still in a very low category at the Natural science, Environment, and Social Science at School and University levels. This study concluded that a new taxonomy had been developed and its implementation indicated that students’ knowledge score was still very low.

Downloads

Published

2021-05-10

How to Cite

Ichsan, I. Z., Rahmayanti, H., Purwanto, A., Vivanti Sigit, D., Kurniawan, E., Tanjung, A., Putri Panjaitan, R. G., Pertiwi, N., & Swaran Singh, C. K. (2021). Thinking Level in Education: A Complete Revision of Anderson’s Taxonomy. Pedagogika, 141(1), 53–78. https://doi.org/10.15823/p.2021.141.3

Issue

Section

Articles