Ary Fawzi


This article aims to explain constructivism in Indonesian language learning assessment which includes pre-, process, and post learning. Indonesian pre-learning assessment in the Merdeka Curriculum is an initial evaluation to identify students' mastery of language, integrating constructivism and psycholinguistic theories, to profile learners and use task-based assessment techniques, written exams, and formative instruments. Indonesian learning process assessment is a constructivism and CLT-based evaluation, monitoring student interaction, integrating multiple intelligences, assessing language skills, and supporting learning quality improvement. Post-learning assessment of Indonesian is an evaluation of student outcomes and achievements, measuring language comprehension, skills, and application. Use written, project, and portfolio techniques, to evaluate and improve learning.

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