Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat

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ISSN / EISSN : 2540-8739 / 2540-8747
Current Publisher: Universitas Mathla ul Anwar Banten (10.30653)
Total articles ≅ 173
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Mawardi Mawardi, Agustina Tyas Asri Hardini
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 974-982; doi:10.30653/002.202054.466

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EFFECTIVENESS OF MENTORING INSTRUMENT PREPARATION OF ATTITUDE ASSESSMENT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS. The purpose of devotion to society in the form of this training is to increase the competence of elementary school teachers in THE KKG Group of Dr. Wahidin Soediro Hoesodo District, Central Java in order to develop a scale instrument of attitude. The benefits gained by the participants in this training and mentoring are the increasing understanding and experience for the teacher in organizing the instrument of attitude. This activity is implemented by the following steps: 1) Identifying the ability of the trainees, 2) sets the need Gap, 3) develops the program, 4) conducting the training, and 5) evaluation. Based on the findings of the training as described above, the following steps included : 1) The training on the preparation of attitude assessment instruments is an urgent necessity; 2) The average Pretest score in training only reaches 54; While on final test reached 69.76. A minimum score pretest 23 and final test 47; Maximum score pretest 72 and final test 79. The increase in the achievement of the learning outcomes is quite meaningful, both seen from the average and from the achievement of the maximum score of 79; 3) found data from 25 elementary school teachers who attended the training, 16 of them (68%) has uploaded training products in the form of Likert model scale instrument. Compared to the specified PM target of 60%, this achievement has exceeded the target.
Aulia Nursyifa
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 1110-1121; doi:10.30653/002.202054.567

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PREVENTION OF DEVIANT BEHAVIOUR DUE TO DRUG ABUSE IN MILLENIAL ADOLESCENTS IN UNTUNG JAWA ISLAND. The changing times are so rapidly that youth are susceptible to deviating behaviors, one of which is drug abuse among adolescents. The existence of tourist attraction becomes an attraction for tourists in Pulau Untung Jawa, the tourists can bring influence to the youth in Untung Jawa island including drug use. The purpose of this devotion is to provide knowledge to the youth to make precautions against deviant behavior due to drug abuse. Method of community devotion in the form of counseling to adolescent youth organization Untung Jawa Island which amounted to 30 people. The results of devotion to the community showed that there was increased understanding of participants related to drug hazards of 82%. The participants were also very enthusiastic to follow the activities that took place. With the activity of devotion to the community can provide awareness for adolescents to do prevention of the impact of the drug by conducting a variety of positive activities such as: following entrepreneurial training, attending sports activities, attending the arts, following religious activities, becoming a janitor, and developing tourism objects in the Untung Jawa Island. This effort is a preventive measure of deviant behaviour due to adolescent drug abuse. The youth of Untung Jawa Island has proved to be a healthy generation without drugs and a young generation that is useful to the surrounding community.
Encep Andriana, Indhira Asih Vy, Ratna Sari Dewi, Callista Aulina, Suci Ramadayanti, Tri Esti Noviyanti
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 983-992; doi:10.30653/002.202054.667

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OPTIMIZING THE SWEET POTATOES’ POTENTIAL IN SINDANGKARYA VILLAGE, MENES SUB-DISTRICT, PANDEGLANG REGENCY. Sweet potato is one of the agricultural commodities that is suitable for cultivation in Sindangkarya village, Pandeglang Regency. Each year, Sindangkarya village produces 350 tonnes of sweet potato. However, the low price of sweet potato causes small income for the residents. One of the efforts to increase its selling value is processing sweet potatoes into various products such as sweet potato cake or various other processed products. The problem founded is that people do not have the knowledge and skills of sweet potatoes utilization. The purpose of this community service activity is to transfer knowledge and train the community skills in processing sweet potatoes so they will have a higher selling value and attract the buyers. This article concludes that Sindangkarya Village has a business potential that involves the participants, PKK Cadres, Posyandu Cadres and Youth Organization developing creative ideas to make valuable products and beneficial to the lives of Sindangkarya residents and can reduce unemployment.
Silfanus Jelatu, Ricardus Jundu, Emilianus Jehadus, Fransiskus Nendi, Alberta Parinters Makur, Gabariela Purnama Ningsi, Lana Sugiarti
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 1025-1034; doi:10.30653/002.202054.400

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STRENGTHENING TEACHER PEDAGOGICAL COMPETENCIES THROUGH THE USE OF DYNAMIC GEOMETRY SOFTWARE IN MATHEMATICS LEARNING. The selection of strategies, methods, models, and media of appropriate mathematics learning is a form of implementation of a teacher's pedagogical competence. In the 2013 curriculum, the teacher not only sets a scientific approach as a reference in implementing the learning process but also demands innovation to accommodate the right media as well. The role of instructional media, especially dynamic media, is very important in learning mathematics in both elementary and junior high schools. The media was used to explain abstract mathematical problems to be concrete, motivate students, stimulate student learning activities, and help the effectiveness of the learning process. Technological devices such as computers are one of the tools that can be used as dynamic mathematics learning media. Mathematical learning collaboration with ICT devices has been widely carried out in urban and rural areas in Indonesia. Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS) in the form of GeoGebra is a learning medium specifically developed to facilitate the learning of geometry, algebra, and calculus. Therefore, this community service activity (PkM) is intended to strengthen the teacher's pedagogical competence through the use of dynamic learning media using Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS) in the form of GeoGebra in mathematics learning in junior high schools. This PkM aims to train teachers to be able to operate or create mathematics learning media assisted by DGS, especially in learning geometry to students. By making their own, teachers can add insight and increase creativity in making learning media. The supported subjects in these community service activities were junior high school mathematics teachers in Ruteng City. As for the results obtained after the PKM activities, the teachers can operate and create mathematics learning media using DGS in the form of GeoGebra.
Sutawi Sutawi, Indah Prihartini, Asmah Hidayati, Daroe Iswatiningsih
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 866-877; doi:10.30653/002.202054.542

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INSTITUTIONAL FOR DAIRY CATTLE FARMING CLUSTER IN MALANG REGENCY. Institutional farmers become one of the ideal facilities to empower dairy farmers. The strategy considered effective in developing dairy cattle agribusiness is through a cluster-based regional institutional approach. This study aims to identify the institutional profile of the dairy farming cluster cluster in Malang Regency. The study was conducted in November 2019 with survey methods in Ngantang and Kasembon Subdistricts which are the centers of dairy cattle population in Malang Regency. Research respondents were dairy farmers, administrators of the Farmers Group and the Association of Farmers Groups, KUB, KUD, and institutions related to dairy cattle agribusiness in Ngantang and Kasembon Districts. The institution of dairy farming is an agribusiness industry cluster consisting of five subsystems, namely: (1) upstream institutions, namely breeding companies, feed and drug companies, equipment industries, and others; (2) farming institutions, namely Farmers Group and the Association of Farmers Groups; (3) downstream institutions, namely dairy cooperatives, KUB and KUD; and (4) marketing institutions managed by cooperatives, namely farmers, primary cooperatives, secondary cooperatives, milk processing industry (MPI), wholesalers, retailers and consumers, and non-cooperative channels, namely MPI, distributors, exporters.
Elly Wardani, Rizky Arcinthya Rachmania
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 878-888; doi:10.30653/002.202054.358

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EMPOWERMENT OF PKK WOMEN AND POSYANDU CADRE OF RW 022 TELUK PUCUNG, NORTH BEKASI IN THE APPLICATION OF GEMA CERMAT (INTELLIGENT COMMUNITIES USING MEDICINE). Until now in the midst of society often encountered various problems in the use of drugs, including lack of understanding of the use of appropriate and rational drugs, excessive use of over-the-counter drugs, and a lack of understanding of how to store and dispose of drugs properly. While health workers are still perceived as lacking adequate information about drug use. This is based on the appropriateness of data and information sources collected through visits and good discussions with several representatives of PKK women members and Posyandu Cadres RW 22 Teluk Pucung, North Bekasi. There are still many found, especially North Bekasi residents who sell or exchange used drugs to collectors of used goods in their residential areas or there are still many people who store liquid preparations such as syrup in the refrigerator. The purpose of this activity is to increase understanding of the treatment of drugs in how to get, use, store and dispose of and increase the rational use of drugs through Gema Cermat. The method of activities to solve the problems faced by PKK women and Posyandu cadres is by socializing about the Gema Cermat by filling out the questionnaire before and after the socialization. Based on the results of the pre-test and post-test questionnaires, the participants became more aware of the management of drugs at home and increased knowledge of the use of rational drugs such as antibiotics. The conclusion of this activity is to increase participants’ understanding of drug management properly and is expected to be implemented in the family and community environment.
Indica Yona Okyranida, Irnin Agustina Dwi Astuti
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 1035-1042; doi:10.30653/002.202054.406

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IMPROVING TEACHER COMPETENCE THROUGH TRAINING ON VIDEOSCRIBE-BASED INTERACTIVE LEARNING MEDIA FOR TEACHERS OF PHYSICS MGMP IN LEBAK REGENCY. The purpose of this community service is to increase the role of MGMP physics teacher in Lebak District in developing interactive learning media innovation. Media Innovation learning the form of learning media based Videoscribe. The weakness of teachers in making media learning makes a problem to be sought solution. One of the developments in science and technology that can be utilized as an effective and efficient learning media in physics learning is by making interactive learning media based Videoscribe. The method of public service is conducted by interview, observation, socialization, and training. Community service activities in the MGMP Physics district Lebak goes well according to the results of the questionnaire feedback the level of satisfaction of partners in the implementation of devotion to the community who said that partners respond to positive response (95%) With this devotion activity. This activity adds teachers’ skills to create an interactive and innovative learning medium for preparing teaching materials in schools. Media-based Videoscribe learning is one of the latest innovations for teachers in the MGMP Physics of Lebak district.
Stacia Reviany Mege, Rianditha Eri Werdani, Nurul Imani Kurniawati, Kholidin Kholidin
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 954-962; doi:10.30653/002.202054.548

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MODEL OF EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL RESOURCE POTENTIAL IN KANGKUNG VILLAGE, MRANGGEN SUBDISTRICT, DEMAK REGENCY IN ORDER TO CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVING THE STANDARD OF LIVING OF COMMUNITIES. Kangkung Village is located in Mranggen Subdistrict, Demak Regency, Central Java and rich in natural resources and other potentials. However, the local potentials are not well utilized due to lack of funding, technology, skill, and knowledge of the communities. Some sectors such as farming or gardening have been the main source of income for most of the villagers even though the disparity between village and cities is increasing. The purpose of this community service is to empower the community to realize their potential and to take action and move together for the prosperity of all villagers. Methods used to obtain the objective were socialization and assistance. The result of the community service was the identification of problems, solutions, and potential in Kangung Village. Furthermore, the community realized that local resource potential does not rely on natural resources only but more to human resources that they are motivated to improve their potential. In conclusion, socialization and assistance are needed by the village to realize their potential and must be done continuously and the collaboration between the community and village administrators is highly necessary to improve the standard of living.
Stalis Norma Ethica, Ayu Rahmawati Sulistyaningtyas, Aditya Rahman Ernanto, Muhammad Ardi Afriansyah, Ana Hidayati Mukaromah
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 906-916; doi:10.30653/002.202054.444

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Lupus or Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is a life-threatening chronic autoimmune disease with symptoms similar to those of other diseases. Frequent misdiagnosis of lupus increases the mortality rate of the disease. Public understanding is still low about Lupus, characterized by a variety of misperceptions about the disease, which still occurs. In rural area, Lupus is still often regarded as a virus transmitted and is associated with weak immune activity. There are still many women who do not yet know that they are a group that is more susceptible to Lupus than men. Various errors in people's perception of Lupus need to be corrected to increase public awareness of the disease. Efforts to correct misperceptions about Lupus have been done through Science and Technology for Community (Ilmu Pengetahuan dan Teknologi bagi Masyarakat, IbM) activities in counseling form to the housewife groups in Kalipucung Hamlet, Genting Village, Jambu District, Ambarawa, Central Java. Participatory approaches and tutorials have been carried out in the IbM activities through the provision of counseling materials, as well as the delivery of questionnaires before and after counseling. The results of the questionnaire analysis indicate that the counseling program could improve awareness about Lupus disease among community in rural area.
Madi Madi, Yoyok Setyo Hadiwidodo, Tuswan Tuswan, Abdi Ismail
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 1065-1076; doi:10.30653/002.202054.689

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SATISFACTION LEVEL ANALYSIS OF AUTOCAD ONLINE TRAINING PARTICIPANTS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE AFFECTED BY COVID-19 USING KIRKPATRICK LEVEL I METHOD. Online AutoCAD training is an activity to learn modelling techniques using AutoCAD software for participants affected by Covid-19. Online AutoCAD training was held to increase people's productivity during the pandemic, increase knowledge, and develop modelling ability using AutoCAD software. The number of participants registered to join this program was 49 participants from open recruitment which consisted of 59% male participants and 41% female participants. The program ran for four meetings online, each session 1.5 hours with a system of introduction, learning, assignments, and exams. The service team also provides free facilitators, facilities, presenters and materials (F2PM) for training participants. So, to find out participants' satisfaction, it is necessary to conduct an evaluation at the end of the training. The review was carried out by means of an online survey to the participants, then processed qualitatively with the Kirkpatrick Level I method. The final result of the participant evaluation of the facilitator was considered acceptable (59%), the facilities were considered excellent (67%), the presenters were considered very good (56 %), and the material is considered very good (59%). In the future, evaluation data on the level of participant satisfaction can be used as a recommendation and motivation to organize advanced training.
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