Jurnal Pengabdian UNDIKMA

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EISSN : 2722-5097
Published by: IKIP Mataram (10.33394)
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Melkyanus Bili Umbu Kaleka, Hamsa Doa, İlyas Ilyas, Yulius Saprianus Dala Ngapa, Richardo Barry Astro, Yasinta Embu Ika
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 342-347; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5315

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The purpose of this training activity is so that the teachers of MTsN 3 Ende can prepare proposals for Classroom Action Research, carry out Classroom Action Research, and can also report the results of Classroom Action Research. The method of activity in the form of training consists of 3 stages, namely planning, implementation and evaluation. The target of the service is all 20 MTsN 3 teachers. The evaluation instrument is using test questions and performance. The test was given to determine the teacher's understanding of the basic concepts and procedures for implementing Classroom Action Research. The results of the implementation of service activities for teachers at MTsN 3 Ende are included in the quite successful category with an average success of 60%. Thus, the implication of this training activity is that it is able to provide good results for increasing the competence of teachers' professionalism.
Eci Sriwahyuni, Adelia Alfama Zamista, Andika Dirsa
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 277-287; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5492

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This community service activity aims to increase the knowledge and competence of participants in facing the SKB test, especially in the fields of teaching practice and interviews. The method of this activities is training and mentoring. This activity consists of three stages, namely the stages of preparation, implementation, and reporting. At the preparation stage, the service team conducted a needs analysis with a qualitative approach as the first step for developing service material. At the implementation stage, training was carried out via a zoom meeting with 2 presenters, followed by mentoring via whatsapp group. One of the instruments used in this service is a checklist of learning tools prepared by participants to face the teaching practice test. The results of this PKM activity was known that all participants already knew 3 types of tests on the SKB, knew the grid of test materials, knew the tools that needed to be prepared, and knew about the tridharma of higher education which is one of the main test materials as well as the obligations of lecturers. Based on the entries on the checklist, it was also known that participants had been able to find RPS, compile teaching materials and learning media that would be displayed during the teaching practice test. Furthermore, out of ten participants, two have successfully graduated as CPNS in 2021. These results show that the mentoring activities carried out were quite successful.
Damar Isti Pratiwi, Henry Widya Prasetya, Dadang Sanjaya Atmaja
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 250-260; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5502

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The community service about training in using Mendeley application as a citation and reference manager instrument in writing article for university students in Madiun aims to share knowledge for academicians in writing article citation and reference manager using Mendeley. The participants of this community service are the university students in Madiun. This activity was done through discussion and simulation in Zoom meeting. It was started with planning and socialization for a month through social media. The simulation was done through Zoom meeting in a day. Evaluation of this activity was done by giving questionnaire for all participants at the end of the training. The results of the evaluation showed that the training of article citation and reference manager in writing article benefits for the university students in writing appropriate APA 7th edition-citation.
Sihar Tambun, Heryanto Heryanto, Mulyadi Mulyadi, Riris Rotua Sitorus, Robiur Rahmat Putra
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 233-240; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5519

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This service activity aims to improve the research skills of lecturers in research data processing through Smart PLS training. The output target of the activity is that the participants can independently process research data and understand how to read the results and their interpretation. The training used the lecture and the practical method. The number of training participants was 20 lecturers from five STTs in Batam. The activity evaluation instruments were questions made on the Google Form that the participants must answer. The data analysis compared the participants' abilities before and after this training. The training evaluation results proved an increase in the ability of the participants to use the Smart PLS software. First, the participants already understand how to process data to test the data's validity and reliability. Second, the participants already understood how to test the intervening model hypothesis. Then, the participants understood how to test the moderating model's hypothesis. Thus, participants' research skills have improved significantly after attending this training. This type of training, particularly practice-based training, should be held on an ongoing basis.
Esti Setiawati, Palupi Sri Wijayanti
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 296-303; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5572

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The purpose of this service activity is to develop soft skill guidelines for work readiness for vocational students. The target of this service is adaptive and productive teachers. The target to be achieved from vocational school teachers is the realization of a soft skill development manual for students in preparing for work. This service activity took a place in the National Vocational School of Berbah, Sleman regency with all active teachers as participants. The stages of service activities carried out were 1) preparation as a form of administrative completeness before carrying out activities, 2) implementation carried out with an active learning approach (activity, analysis, abstraction, and application), 3) closing by evaluating the ability to understand soft skills concepts and rubrics soft skills assessment. The result of this service activity showed that the level of understanding and competence of teachers' knowledge related to soft skills from the concept aspect and the assessment rubric was very good. Based on these capabilities, the outputs and answers to partner problems were answered by the compilation of a soft skill manual for students of the Berbah National Vocational School in Sleman regency in the face of competition in the world of work.
Idam Ragil Widianto Atmojo, Matsuri Matsuri, Fadhil Purnama Adi, Roy Ardiansyah, Dwi Yuniasih Saputri
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 241-249; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5514

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The purpose of this service activity is to describe the use of interactive Student Worksheets (LKPD) with live worksheets as an effort to improve the cognitive aspects of learning outcomes for fifth-grade elementary school students on science content. This service activity is carried out in SD Negeri Jajar class V with a total of 22 students. The method used in this service program is the Asset-based Community Development (ABCD) approach which is carried out in three stages. Data collection techniques used test, observation, interview, and document studies. The results of this activity indicate that the first stage, second stage, and third stage increased initially. The average students who completed the KKM in stage I was 63 to 73 in stage II and 95 in stage II. Thus, it can be concluded that the cognitive learning outcomes of fifth-grade students through the use of interactive LKPD with live worksheets on the science content at SD Negeri Jajar, Surakarta City have increased.
Retno Lantarsih, Nindyo Cahyo Kresnanto, Rini Raharti, Wika Harisa Putri
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 159-168; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5598

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This service activity aims to improve the knowledge and skills of farmer groups in handling coffee plant pests and diseases, improve financial governance, improve human resource capabilities in excellent service for visitors to Balerante coffee shops, and improve the number of coffee cultivation equipment and coffee serving equipment. The target audience of the partnership program in this community is a group of coffee farmers in Balerante village, Kemalang District, Klaten Regency. The results of the activity show that farmer groups had knowledge and skills in identifying, handling, and preventing diseases in coffee plants, farmer groups carried out more intensive care of coffee plants, and farmer groups had knowledge and skills in providing excellent service to coffee shop visitors, and farmer groups already had equipment for serving coffee in larger quantities so that it could increase the capacity of the coffee shop in Balerante village.
Joko Daryanto, Rukayah Rukayah, Sularmi Sularmi, Tri Budiharto, Idam Ragil Widianto Atmojo, Roy Ardiansyah, Dwi Yuniasih Saputri
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 319-326; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5516

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This service aims to increase the learning motivation of fourth grade elementary school students using interactive student worksheets based on live worksheets. The method used in this dedication is through training activities/workshops for teachers at SD Negeri Jajar, Surakarta and continued to be implemented for class IV students at SD N Jajar Surakarta totaling 15 students. The type of LKPD used in this service is interactive LKPD based on live worksheets. The results of this service indicate that the motivation of students has increased through the use of live worksheet-based interactive worksheets. The results of the first implementation were 2 or 13.3% of students in the good category, and 13 or 86.7% of students in the poor category. Then it increased in the second implementation which showed as many as 3 students or 20% in the very good motivation category, 9 students or 60% in the good category. This service activity provides insight for teachers to increase the optimal use of LKPD through an attractive platform, namely live worksheets.
Dian Purnama Sari
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 288-295; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5466

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The community service activity aims to teach fun English during Ramadan to foster children at the Aisyah Sungayang Orphanage, Tanah Datar Regency. This activity used the English-speaking training method by 'describing something' material. Realizing that foster children are still minor, this service activity was carried out through English songs and educational games that make foster children relaxed so that learning English becomes fun. The results of this service activity showed an increase in the enthusiasm of the foster children to learn English. The evaluation results in this activity indicated that foster children felt happy and motivated in using English and expected similar activities in months other than Ramadan. In addition, the increasing vocabulary and foster children's ability to use English show positive progress due to service activities.
Yudi Nur Supriadi, Zackharia Rialmi, Jaka Wijaya Kusuma, Hamidah Hamidah
Published: 19 August 2022
Jurnal Pengabdian Undikma, Volume 3, pp 199-207; https://doi.org/10.33394/jpu.v3i2.5638

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The purpose of this community service is to strengthen children's self-confidence with counseling and basic leadership training. The method of implementing the service activity is offline training which is carried out at the Tangerang Regional Government Hall. The target of the service activity is the City Children's Forum, Tangerang. The community service team is from the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta in collaboration with Bina Bangsa University and the Office of Women's Empowerment, Child Protection, Population Control and Family Planning of Tangerang City. The instruments used as activity evaluations are questionnaires for children's responses to activities and questionnaires for children's self-confidence after being given training and counseling. The data analysis uses the percentage of responses and then determines the category. The results and conclusions of devotion are: 1) children's response to service activities is 85%, which is classified as very good. This means that the children's forum who are respondents in this service consider that counseling activities and basic leadership training make a positive contribution to their knowledge of leadership; 2) the majority of children's self-confidence is high and moderate after receiving counseling and basic leadership training.
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