EFFECTIVENESS OF HOTS AND 4C BASED LEARNING TOOLS
HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills)-oriented learning and the integration of 4C (Critical Thinking, Creativity, Collaboration, and Communication) in learning are one of the efforts in preparing the next generation to have skills that are in accordance with the needs in the Industrial 4.0 era. This study aims to measure the effectiveness of HOTS and 4C-based learning tools in helping students achieve basic competencies in Algebraic Form topic. The research was conducted using qualitative and quantitative methods. The research subjects were six students and two teachers of two difference junior high school in Matura City. The results show that the teacher regard that the learning tools help students achieve Competency Achievement Indicators in the Algebraic Form material. Nonetheless the learning outcome test show that learning tools have low effectiveness in encouraging students to achieve the expected competencies in the Algebraic Forms material. The pandemic is the main factor that triggers the later.
HOTS, 4C, Learning Tools, Industry 4.0, 21st Century Skills