Interatter Reliability E-Assessment-Based Dance Practice Assessment

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Dinny Devi Triana
Rivo Panji Yudha
Ibnu Salman


Reliability, Inter-rater, Practice Assessment, Dance, E-assessment


The purpose of this article was to analyze the inter-rater reliability in assessing Javanese dance practice Golek Clunthang learned by the students of Dance Education study program in State Univresity of Jakarta through e-assessment methods. The problem faced was how the inter-rater reliability works in assessing dance practice through e-assessment technology, since most dance assessments get critics that would determine the scores. Another problem was the element of subjectivity and the lack of consistency of the raters in the scoring process. Therefore, this researcher aimed at presenting the results of the inter-rater reliability of the e-assessment-based dance practice assessment instrument.  The instrument was tested on 2 raters with 18 students in two groups of dance class. Inter-rater reliability was analyzed by Intraclass Correlation Coefficient. However, it was necessary to equalize the perception of the ratters in understanding the criteria and rubrics of the assessment, because the consistency of the reassessment would affect the reliability between raters, and this can be solved through the use of e-assessment in conducting the assessment. The advantage of assessing dance using e-assessment is that the assessor can re-assess, with the same results. E-assessment technically makes it easier to conduct an assessment, anywhere and anytime. This learning and assessment system will be interactive, because it can provide transparent feedback and scores. However, it is highly recommended to use more than 2 appraisers in order to minimize the element of subjectivity.


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