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Student Community Services Learning during Pandemic Era

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Student Community Services Learning during Pandemic Era
Presented by Prof. Irfan Dwidya Prijambada (Director of Community Services, Gadjah Mada University)
ProSPER.Net Webinar on Sustainability in Higher Education
16 October, 2020

Published in: Government & Nonprofit
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Student Community Services Learning during Pandemic Era

  1. 1. STUDENT COMMUNITY SERVICES LEARNING DURING PANDEMIC ERA Prof. Irfan D. Prijambada, Ph.D. Director for Community Service
  2. 2. STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING (1) • A compulsory subject at UGM with 3 credit units from 1973. • Mobilize 4th year university students to work with community overcoming the issues related to local problems. • Work in a team of 20-30 students, which is consist of four clusters of study background: • Physical infrastructure • Socio-economic and culture • Community health • Agricultural related field
  3. 3. STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING (2) • Students stay in a community for 2 months. • Students should solve a real problem existing in a community they are assigned to work and stay in. • CSL program should consider three major elements’ improvement: individual, institution and community. • The program functions as media for transfer and transforming knowledge, skill, creativity and innovation obtained by students during their studies for the benefit of community. • The program were run based on the principles of co-creation, benefited both sides, and co-financed.
  4. 4. • Raise student empathy and care • Implementing science and technology in the field • Increase the spirit of teamwork and multidiscipline work • Educating student as researcher/scientist • Training student to work collaboratively with various actors (university, government, private sectors, NGOs and community) • Promoting learning community and community empowerment OBJECTIVES OF STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING
  5. 5. DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS DOING STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING
  6. 6. 7000-8000 STUDENTS INVOLVE IN THE PROGRAM EVERY YEAR
  7. 7. STEPS FOR STUDENTS ENGAGEMENT YEAR 0 Inspiring Finding YEAR I Problems and Capability Mapping YEAR II Programs and Target Deter- mination YEAR III-V Program Excecution Every years different groups of students are involved, but the supervisor is same
  8. 8. ACTIVITIES OF STUDENTS IN COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING Before the pandemic era
  9. 9. ACTIVITIES OF STUDENTS IN COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING In the pandemic era
  10. 10. ACTIVITIES OF STUDENTS IN COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING
  11. 11. ACTIVITIES OF STUDENTS IN COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING
  12. 12. PRODUCTS OF STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING IN THE PANDEMIC ERA
  13. 13. PRODUCTS OF STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING IN THE PANDEMIC ERA
  14. 14. PRODUCTS OF STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING IN THE PANDEMIC ERA
  15. 15. PRODUCTS OF STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING IN THE PANDEMIC ERA
  16. 16. • Students as well as their supervisors are not ready, confused • Not all community where the Students Community Service Learning located are ready for online communication • The desire of students to visit the communities because they heard from their seniors that doing the Students Community Service Learning in the villages provide new experiences • The community's desire to meet students because of previous years' experience shows that the visit of students brings new ideas to the village OBTACLES IN DOING ON LINE STUDENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING
  17. 17. *Together We will Win against Covid-19*

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