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Education for Sustainability: Working with Community
Dr. Ardhya Nareswari (RCE Yogyakarta)
14th Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting
Session 2, 19 July, 2022

Education for Sustainability: Working with Community
Dr. Ardhya Nareswari (RCE Yogyakarta)
14th Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting
Session 2, 19 July, 2022

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  1. 1. Education for Sustainability: Working with Community 14th Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting Malaysia, 19 – 21 July 2022 Ardhya Nareswari, S.T., M.T., Ph.D. Directorate of Community Service, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  2. 2. Law No. 12 of 2012 concerning Higher Education: The Tridharma of Higher Education is the obligation of Higher Education to carry out: 5 Clusters (Agricultural, Humanities, Medical, Science, Engineering) 18 Faculties (265 Study Programs) 2 Schools (Vocational & Postgraduate School) 23 Research Centers ±5.000 Faculty Members ±50.000 Total Students 17.342 Community Services (2014-2021) 2.000/year International Students 26.400 Publications (2014-2020) #1 National University (2021) #254 World University #1 QS WUR- Indonesia Ranks  1. Education 2. Research 3. Community Service Universitas Gadjah Mada and Tridharma Obligation
  3. 3. •Create and support the implementation of Science and Technology of the academics and students to enhance community welfare and solve problems faced by community DoCS •Bridging university with the local community in implementing SDGs •Disseminating science and technology to support the improvement of community’s welfare •Empowering community to embody self-sustained community RCE Yogyakarta
  4. 4. 1 3 2 4 SDG #3 Good Health and Well-Being The programs were required to reduce the pandemic impact on community UGM was committed to equip the community with skills The Program in 2020 - 2021 The CS is aligned with UGM and Government Policy
  5. 5. ICT-enabled In-Service Training of Teacher to Address Education for Sustainability Developing ESD curriculum and modules Integrating ESD Curriculum into selected courses Establishing LMS Evaluating the constructed coursed Providing computer for training Developing SDGs Integrated course/modules Conducting in-service teacher training
  6. 6. Piloting on Assisted Students Guards Unit for Covid-19 Prevention • Activities : 1. Assisting during the preparation of State High Schools 6 Yogyakarta in conducting face-to-face school activities and control the spread of COVID-19 and protect all school community members from being infected with COVID-19 • Award recipients and implementers: 1. Ludhang Pradipta Rizki, M. Biotech., Sp.MK (Faculty of Medicine) 2. dr. Domas Fitria Widyasari (Faculty of Medicine)
  7. 7. Development of RAISA (Radio Indonesia Sehat) as an Innovation for Virtual Student Education Media • Activities : 1. Developing digital radio technology as a learning medium that suits the needs of Medical students during the pandemic. 2. Developing website and apps where the contents involved lecturers in providing material in radio streaming and podcasts activities where students can access it live or on demand. 3. Some of RAISA’s content programs are healthy morning, healthy lunch, healthy evening and campus info. • Award recipients and implementers : 1. Bagas Suryo Bintoro, Ph.D. (Faculty of Medicine) 2. Dr. Retna Siwi Padmawati (Faculty of Medicine) 3. Dr. Diah Ayu Puspandari (Faculty of Medicine) 4. Lisa Lindawati, MA (Faculty of Social and Political Sciences)
  8. 8. Sorting Waste Saving Gold: Motivating Youth to Solve Waste Problems and Manage Their Own Finances • Activities : • Introducing the connection between sorting waste and saving with education for sustainable development • Creating an apps to teach the high school students about the importance of sorting waste before discharge it • Award recipients and implementers : 1. Derajad Sulistyo Widhyharto, M.Si (Faculty of Social Sciences and Politics)) 2. Prof. Ambar Pertiwiningrum, Ph.D. (Faculty of Animal Husbandry) 3. Muhammad Sulaiman, Dr. Eng (Faculty of Engineering)
  9. 9. Increasing the Role of Dasa Wisma in Bioecological Education of Aedes Aegypti Vector Mosquitoes • Activities : 1. Education about the bioecology of Aedes aegypti. 2. Education was carried out through regular meetings and trainings, discussions, distribution and installation of strikers, production of Antiseptic and Disinfectant Handbooks and Herbal Plants Books. • Introduction of mosquito life stages to the Dasa Wisma Rambutan group (introduction of various forms of mosquito eggs) • Training of mosquito breeding using water as the medium • Training of mosquito breeding using dark spaces as habitats for mosquitoes to rest • Award recipients and implementers : 1. Dr. RC. Hidayat Soesilohadi (Faculty of Biology) 2. Hari Purwanto, Ph.D. (Faculty of Biology) 3. Dr. Raden Roro Upiek Ngesti Wibawaning Astuti, (Faculty of Biology)
  10. 10. Sustainable Management of Groundwater Irrigation in Agriculture • Activities : 1. Creating modules 2. Training, education, and Focus Group Discussion about groundwater characteristics and water- saving irrigation methods • Award recipients and implementers : • Dr. Murtiningrum (Faculty of Agricultural Engineering) • Hanggar Ganara Mawandha, Ph.D. (Faculty of Agricultural Engineering)
  11. 11. Controlling and Utilizing Natural Materials to Prevent the Spread of Covid-19 • Activities: 1. Creating handbook about herbs in on how to make an environmentally friendly antiseptic and disinfectants for the targeted community 2. Education and training on making natural antiseptics using aloe vera for the targeted community safety while working in the cattle pen environment during the new normal period • Award recipients and implementers : 1. Anggi Muhtar Pratama, M.Sc. (Faculty of Veterinary) 2. Aria Ika Septana, MVPH. (Faculty of Veterinary ) 3. Satyaguna Rahmatulloh, (Faculty of Animal Husbandry)
  12. 12. 2020 - 2021: A Year in Pandemic remote-assistance on the confirmed positive patients with mild symptoms Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for medical personnel and those who need teleconsultation platform for farmers about agro issues faced during the pandemic. Spirit of No One Left Behind during the pandemic Taking into account Local Wisdom Contribution to improving economy, social, and environment
  13. 13. Terimakasih Thank you very much

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