Online lectures during a pandemic require the implementation of online microteaching so that there is a need for adjustment of the assessment instrument during implementation which is carried out online. This study aims to produce a student teacher candidate social competence instrument with a valid and reliable netiquette concept approach. Trials were carried out three times, namely: initial trials in four schools with 12 student teacher candidates as the trial subjects, then continued with operational field trials in 15 schools with 100 students as the trial subjects. The analysis used was confirmatory factor analysis and descriptive analysis. The results showed that social competence with the netiquette concept of prospective teacher students included three indicators, namely the ability to communicate that did not contain vulgar, rude, confrontational elements and contributed to the development of education through all forms of information. The results of the confirmatory factor analysis showed that all values tcount>1.48 and the reliability is 0.72. The resulting model statistics show which model fit (p =0.12412). The results of the descriptive analysis show that the indicators of communication skills do not contain vulgar, rude, confrontational elements and contribute to the development of education through all forms of information that are categorized as good.

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