JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2615-2649 / 2541-1977
Current Publisher: University of Kanjuruhan Malang (10.21067)
Total articles ≅ 50

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Yeni Hurriyani, Arfena Deah Lestari
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3714

Mendalok Village is located in the northern coastal region of West Kalimantan which has a potential of 10 hectares of mangrove forest. The problem experienced by partners is the lack of knowledge and skills in developing a mangrove ecotourism business. The financial management is still very simple and the potential of existing mangrove forest products is only sold in fresh form at low prices. The method of implementing this program includes training and guidance on business financial book keeping management, how to make various processed products of mangrove forest products, as well as promotional strategies for tourism business and product marketing from partners. After the training and mentoring on ecotourism business management, the level of understanding of the participants were increased. Participants are able to do neat book keeping either through recording in an accounting book or an excel program. Participants were also able to process mangrove fruit and clam meat, become processed foods and drinks, and make souvenirs from shells and snails. Participants were also able to process mangrove fruit become processed foods and drinks. The partners also get insight in the development of ecotourism business in the future so that it becomes more developed and advanced.
Syarif Hidayatullah, Eko Aristanto, Umu Khouroh, Irany Windhyastiti, Andi Nu Graha
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.4152

This service activity aims to help institutional strengthening of the Tangguh Disaster Village (Destana) in disaster planning at the village level in the context of increasing preparedness and overcoming the cold lava flood disaster. The activity was carried out in Kasembon Subdistrict with an implementation time of 3 months. The target groups for this activity are village officials, management and members of the disaster management forum, tagana volunteers and informal leaders from Bayam Village, Pondokagung Village and Pandansari Village. The method of implementing this activity is training and assistance with 6 stages of activities including: i) coordination and outreach, ii) participatory community FGDs, iii) disaster management training, iv) tracking disaster-prone areas, v) mentoring in preparing village disaster documents, vi) evaluation implementation of activities. The results of the implementation of the dedication showed that the attendance rate of participants was 86.7%, the participation rate was 80%, the level of understanding of training materials was 73.3%; and the completion rate of disaster documents by 100%. The main output of this activity is the Gunung Kelud Cold Flood Lava Contingency Plan Document for Bayam Village, Pondokagung Village and Pandansari Village.
Andari Puji Astuti, Venissa Dian Mawarsari, Martyana Prihaswati
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5, pp 358-364; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3257

The demands of the development are increasingly advanced with the era of the industrial revolution 4.0, of course, requires teachers to be proficient in mastering teacher competencies, not least in the use of learning media. But in the learning process there is still a lack of learning media. In addition to the implementation of the 2013 curriculum, teachers are still limited in the preparation of administration and learning devices only. In the implementation of the learning process there are still many teachers who use the expository learning model. This is due to the low level of knowledge of SD Negeri Meteseh teachers in making innovations and learning media that implement scientific approaches. The low knowledge of teachers about learning media innovations has the effect of less motivated students in the learning process, especially 3-dimensional learning media. For this reason, the proposing team provided a solution in solving these problems, namely by planning a training program for the teachers of SD Negeri Meteseh in making Learning Media. Learning media in the form of Pop Up Book for elementary school teachers. The result of this activity is that most teachers have never received pop up book learning media training. The teachers gave a positive response to the activities carried out. Teacher creativity in making learning media in the form of pop-up books increases. With the pop-up book the teacher can provide real concepts in the form of 3D images to students at the elementary level. In addition, basic literacy especially in reading skills of elementary students also increases..
Sofia Fatmawati, Hurip Budi Riyanti, Kori Yati
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5, pp 350-357; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3328

People in general, consumes food which is homecooked or buying finished products every day. Many types of prepared fast foods used food additives such as preservatives, flavorings agents, sweeteners etc. Additives which being used must be safe for consumption in a certain limit. The community service was held to the teachers and parents from Bintara Jaya Bekasi Kindergarten in order to quickly detect additional ingredients of fformaldehyde and rhodamine in food and using a test kit. The target is to increase the knowledge and skills of the teachers and parents from Bintara Jaya Bekasi Kindergarten students to detect and test foods containing formaldehyde and rhodamine B because the commons does not yet understand between safe and prohibited food additives. This workshop can improve the quality of health in the school and family environment. The training was done by lecturing method, practicing rapid detection and using a test kit and followed by discussion. The results of the community service showed an increase in the knowledge and skills of the teachers and parents from Bintara Jaya Bekasi Kindergarten in detecting foods containing formaldehyde and rhodamine B.
Farida Nur Kumala, Muhammad Nur Hudha, Sudi Dul Aji
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5, pp 397-404; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3679

Purple sweet potato Gunung Kawi is only sold raw, the price is very cheap. This causes the farmers to suffer losses. On the other hand, quite a lot of Wonosari Gunung Kawi residents become female migrant worker, because there are not enough producers in the village to meet the residents' needs. Based on that, the processing of purple sweet potato Gunung Kawi is needed to be developed into an effort that can absorb labor. The purpose of this service is to produce a purple sweet potato product business for residents of Wonosari Gunung Kawi. The service method used is through three stages, fisrt preparation for coordination and outreach activities to partners. The second stage the implementation phase of the training carried out training on the processing of purple sweet potato Gunung Kawi into several products such as sticks, bakpia and brownies from purple sweet potato of Gunung Kawi. The third stage is the evaluation and assistance. The instruments used in this service were interview sheets and activity observations. The results of the service show that the community has been able to produce and package products that are ready for sale and according to health standards. Selama ini telo ungu gunung kawi hanya dijual secara mentah sehingga harga jual telo ungu sangat murah. Hal ini menyebabkan petani kebun telo mengalami kerugian khususnya pada musim tertentu. Dilain sisi, warga wonosari gunung kawi cukup banyak yang menjadi TKW karena penghasil di desa yang belum cukup untuk memenuhi kebutuhan warga. Berdasarkan hal tersebut diperlukan pengolahan SDA telo ungu yang dikembangkan menjadi suatu usaha yang dapat menyerap tenaga kerja. Tujuan pengabdian ini adalah menghasilkan usaha pengolahan telo ungu bagi warga Wonosari Gunung Kawi. Metode pengabdian yang digunakan adalah melalui tiga tahapan yakni persiapan dilakukan kegiatan koordinasi dan sosialisasi terhadap mitra, tahap kedua yakni tahap pelaksanaan pelatihan dilakukan pelatihan pengolaha telo ungu gunung kawi menjadi beberapa produk yakni stik, bakpia dan brownies telo ungu gunung kawi. Tahap ketiga adalah evaluasi daan pendampingan. Instrumen yang digunakan pada kegiatan pengabdian ini adalah lembar wawancara dan observasi kegiatan. Hasil pengabdian menunjukkan bahwa masyarakat telah mampu memproduksi dan mengemas stik, brownies dan bakpia menjadi produk yang siap untuk dijual dan sesuai standar kesehatan.
Himmatul Ulya, Sekar Dwi Ardianti
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5, pp 365-372; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3677

The existence of a laboratory in Primary School 4 Karangbener (SD 4 Karangbener) was not used for learning but was converted into a warehouse. Lack of knowledge and skills of teachers and students in utilizing the environment and local superiority of Kudus to develop learning media and Mathematics and Natural sciences games cause a lack of media availability. This causes the teacher to dominate the implementation of learning so that student learning activities become low. The purpose of this mentoring activity is to design a laboratory that is available to be an environmentally based Mathematics and Natural Sciences media laboratory and Kudus local excellence. It aims to improve teacher skills in developing learning media and Mathematics and Natural Sciences games and student learning activities. The method used in this activity is to provide interactive training and mentoring. The results of this activity are that teachers and students can create and use learning media and games for Mathematics and Natural Sciences based on Kuduslocal excellence, teachers can reconstruct laboratory space and can utilize laboratory space through the implementation of Mathematics and Natural Sciences learning.
Athi Linda Yani, Mohamad Ali Murtadho
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3572

Bongkot village has many people suffering from mental disorders. There are around fifty people suffering from mental disorders. Prediction of mental disorders at table three is usually done through interviews. Cadres need to fill out the form provided on the Towards Healthy Soul Card (KMSJ) at the interview. The form needs to be filled out based on the results of the interview to predict whether the interviewee has a mental illness or not. If the results of the interview are predicted to have a mental disorder, the cadre will recommend appropriate follow-up. This process is certainly prone to mistakes because it only depends on cadre knowledge. Predictions will certainly affect the recommendations given. in this community service program, the authors propose to apply Information Technology (IT) to reduce the risk of such errors. The system is named the Mental Health Posyandu Management Information System (SIM). The system is expected to be able to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of services at the posyandu, the output of this service produces an online-based application related to the service of mental health posyandu with the address www.
Yusep Ahmadi F, Gida Kadarisma
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5, pp 388-396; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3663

Learning in primary schools largely depends on the role of the teacher, because at the elementary school age students still tend to need teachers as a source of knowledge and direction in solving a problem. Learning in partner primary schools has problems relating to instructional media especially Indonesian language learning media and mathematics. This stimulus community partnership program aims to provide solutions to problems in the partner school of Public Elementary School of Melong Mandiri 4 Cimahi so that the teachers become skilled at designing and making learning media. These problems include the unavailability of adequate learning media; the teacher's skill is not optimal in designing and making innovative learning media. The solution offered in this program is training in designing and making innovative and interesting learning media on Indonesian language and mathematics lessons, namely takalintar media, geoboard, serial images, paper puppets, KPK boards and FPB, for ICT-based media using Powerpoint and Geogebra. This training was conducted using lecture and discussion methods as well as the practice of making instructional media. The results achieved from this activity are there is an increase in the skills of teachers in making innovative learning media by 40%.
Usman Arifin, Ratni Purwasih, Fifiet Dwi Tresna Santana
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5, pp 380-387; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3548

Mathematics is a human activity carried out in daily life both consciously and unconsciously such as measurement (geometry) or arithmetic calculations, but in its implementation there are still many who find it difficult to understand mathematics. The availability of instructional media is one of the factors that is less optimal in class learning. The activity of this community partnership program aims to introduce Information and Communication Technology(ICT) in learning and provide training to design teaching materials using ICT. The methods of implementing community partnership activities are training, the formation of a training team for trainers (TFT) and ICT-based teaching materials. The results of the implementation of these community partnership activities are the activities of the community partnership program by conducting training by transferring knowledge and technology to create learning designs for mathematical realistic worksheets based on ICT to get positive responses from SDIT teachers in one of West Bandung regencies. ICT training for mathematics teachers must be developed so that they are more skilled in using ICT in the learning of mathematics in class and are skilled at making ICT-based learning designs and to make use of them in the revolutionary 4.0 era.
Bramantyo Tri Asmoro, Muh Mujib Da'Awi
JPM (Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat), Volume 5, pp 373-379; doi:10.21067/jpm.v5i1.3411

Tourism is one of the leading potentials in the region, especially villages, which can be maximally developed to improve community welfare. One of the attractions in Malang Regency which has tremendous potential to be developed is Coban Pandawa, which is located in Sukodono Village, Dampit District, Malang Regency. The tourism object is managed by the Kelompok Sadar Wisata (Pokdarwis) of Sukodono Village since the end of 2018, but in its journey, Pokdarwis has not understood the role, main tasks and functions of managing a tourist attraction, so that in the end pokdarwis experienced a vacuum in 2019. This community service activity aims to revitalize Pokdarwis organizations so that they can become independent and professional organizations in developing Coban Pandawa. Activities will be divided into three stages, namely, the awareness stage, the legality stage and the capacity-giving stage. The results of the community service activities were the equalization of the vision between the Sukodono Village Government and Pokdarwis, the legality of the Pokdarwis organization from the Sukodono Village Government and the Malang Regency Office of Tourism and Culture (Disparbud), and the Coban Pandawa development blueprint.
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