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The Impact of Covid-19 in The Economic Sector of Olongapo in Zambales, Philippines admin-bisnisman, admin-bisnisman; Mobo, Froilan Delute; Rahmat, Abdul; Pagal, Marijoy Samonte
Jurnal Bisnisman : Riset Bisnis dan Manajemen Vol 2 No 3 (2020): Jurnal Bisnisman : Riset Bisnis dan Manajemen
Publisher : Universitas Nusa Putra

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Small, local business establishments situated in Olongapo, Zambales, is just one of the many provinces in northern Luzon affected by the COVID-19 crisis. There are also provinces in Zambales that were immensely affected by the COVID-19, and these have an overwhelming impact on large businesses' revenue worldwide, more so in small locally owned business establishments. Business owners are being compelled to take extreme measures to pursue operations. Thus many are apprehensive about their futures. Unemployment has become widespread while the nation's smallest businesses are at risk of bankruptcy. During the nationwide Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) imposed by the Duterte administration, all establishments offering services were temporarily suspended, which led to its temporary rapid closure or, even worse, let go of their employees. For instance, establishments renting inside the Ayala Malls Harborpoint, Hotels in the Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, and even schools in nearby Zambales were among those affected the smaller the business, the harder the blow. During the Gradual lifting of the quarantine protocols, the situation briefly changed due to the current pandemic. There is a need to rethink strategies on how to uplift the economy, particularly in the localities. An online strategy is one way to help our economy, and it must get the boost needed by implementing online businesses and selling and other online services. These would not just benefit. This will help ensure the blending of the technological platforms that may sustain our local economy. This research will present the dreary effects of COVID-19 in small businesses and study the findings in line with the survey to study and consider solutions to address them.
Team Based Project Learning Model on The MBKM Course in The Department of Nonformal Education Abdul, Rahmat; Zubaidi, Muhammad; Mirnawati, Mira; Mobo, Froilan Delute
Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 8, No 2 (2022): August: Community Education, Community Empowerment
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

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The PISA ranking places Indonesia in 2019 at 74th, or the 6th bottom of the 79 countries surveyed. From this data alone, we can describe how low the cognitive abilities or intelligence of Indonesian students are. In the education curriculum, the government has designed special standards so that Indonesian students are increasingly trained in their cognitive abilities, and are increasingly able to solve problems well. Freedom to learn is an idea that gives freedom to educators and students in determining the learning system. The purpose of the declaration of independent learning is to create a meaningful education and emphasize aspects of skills and experiences in learning. The spirit brought by the concept of independent learning is the flexibility and freedom in designing and managing learning for educational actors, ranging from educational institutions, educators, to students. The main programs are: the ease of opening new study programs, changes to the accreditation system for higher lecturers, the convenience of state higher education institutions becoming state universities with legal entities, and the right to study for three semesters outside the study program. Students are given the freedom to take credits outside the study program, three semesters which are meant in the form of 1 semester of opportunity to take courses outside the study program and 2 semesters of participating in learning activities outside of higher education. Various forms of learning activities outside of tertiary institutions, including conducting internships/work practices in industry or other workplaces, implementing community service projects in villages, teaching in educational units, participating in student exchanges, conducting research, conducting entrepreneurial activities, conducting studies/ independent projects, and following humanitarian programs. All these activities must be carried out by students with guidance from the lecturer. The learning process at the Merdeka Campus is one of the most essential manifestations of student-centered learning. Learning in the Merdeka Campus provides challenges and opportunities for the development of innovation, creativity, capacity, personality, and student needs, as well as developing independence in seeking and finding knowledge through realities and field dynamics such as ability requirements, real problems, social interaction, collaboration, self-management, performance demands, targets and achievements. Through an independent learning program that is well designed and implemented, students' hard and soft skills will be formed strongly.