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Citra Diri Perempuan Bertato Dalam Konteks Sosial (Studi Kasus Looking Glass Self pada Perempuan Bertato di Kota Surakarta) mira rahma safirasari; Aris Arif Mundayat
Journal of Development and Social Change Vol 4, No 1 (2021): Volume 4 no. 1 April 2021
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/jodasc.v4i1.45343


Melihat kasus informan perempuan bertato dalam bernegosiasi dengan konteks sosial di sekeliling mereka
PENGEMBANGAN RUMAH INKLUSI: PENDAMPINGAN UNTUK ANAK BERKEBUTUHAN KHUSUS DI SEKOLAH INKLUSI Drajat Tri Kartono; Aris Arif Mundayat; Reza Dian Akbar; Ahmad Zuber; Theofilius Apolinaris Suryadinata
Prosiding Konferensi Nasional Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat dan Corporate Social Responsibility (PKM-CSR) Vol 5 (2022): PERAN PERGURUAN TINGGI DAN DUNIA USAHA DALAM AKSELERASI PEMULIHAN DAMPAK PANDEMI
Publisher : Asosiasi Sinergi Pengabdi dan Pemberdaya Indonesia (ASPPI)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37695/pkmcsr.v5i0.1564


This community service is carried out in collaboration with the Yayasan Lembaga Pendidikan Al Firdaus (YLPAF) in Solo City, which organizes inclusive education. YLPAF's inclusive schools include Children with Special Needs (CSN) and regular children in the learning process. ABK requires the presence of a Class Assistant Teacher (CAT) during learning activities, but during the covid-19 pandemic and the application of learning from home, CAT cannot assist directly, so parents carry out the role of the companion. Although face-to-face learning has been re-implemented, the role of a mentor for CSN is still needed when they study at home through an inclusive home approach. Training for regular teachers, class assistant teacher, and parents are carried out to increase knowledge and skills in learning assistance for inclusive homes. The inclusive home approach utilizes learning media in the form of interactive learning videos to help children with special needs learn activities and is added to a companion's presence. The result of the development of the inclusive house is a training module that will be used by the FATAHA Education and Training Center as training materials for YLPAF's own internal and external training participants.
Peningkatan Literasi Keagaamaan Kelompok Remaja Masjid Ihtimam sebagai Upaya Preventif Perilaku Intoleransi Beragama: Increasing Religious Literacy of Youth Group of Ihtimam Mosque as a Preventive Effort for Religious Intolerance Behavior Ghufronudin Ghufronudin; Bagas Narendra Parahita; Anis Suryaningsih; Yuhastina Yuhastina; Aris Arif Mundayat
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Vol. 8 No. 3 (2023): PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat
Publisher : Institute for Research and Community Services Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangkaraya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33084/pengabdianmu.v8i3.4589


Adolescents' participation in a religious community can influence the formation of patterns of social interaction in their environment. Ihtimam Mosque Community Youth (REKOMAS) is a youth religious organization that focuses on mosque activities for the community around the mosque's location. The existence of youth in the mosque community has had many positive impacts on the community, especially in providing facilities for social, educational, and religious activities. In the organizational process, they must gain new knowledge about religious literacy to strengthen the members' mentality. Therefore, this service activity is carried out to increase the capacity of youth religious literacy as a preventive effort to overcome intolerant behavior. Technically, implementing community service activities is carried out through informal sharing activities discussing various contextual problems experienced by most members. The selection of problem topics was chosen based on the closeness of the topic to the members and the interest of the topic for discussion through a social and religious perspective approach. Through this activity, it is hoped that it will be able to increase the capacity of religious literacy to overcome the behavior of religious intolerance in society.
Development of Rumah Inklusi support group for children with special needs Drajat Tri Kartono; Theofilus Apolinaris Suryadinata; Ahmad Zuber; Aris Arif Mundayat; Rezza Dian Akbar; Lutfi Andriani; Bachtiar Suryo Bawono; Ummul Hidayah
Ittishal Educational Research Journal Vol. 4 No. 2 (2023): Ittishal Educational Research Journal
Publisher : International Islamic Schools Alliance

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51425/ierj.v4i2.45


Handling Children with Special Needs (CSN) requires special knowledge and expertise, so parents and schools with children/students with special needs sometimes experience difficulties in nurturing and implementing inclusive education. The Community Service Team from Universitas Sebelas Maret and the Yayasan Lembaga Pendidikan Al Firdaus developed the Rumah Inklusi and ARCHANA to provide CSNs and their families. This study examines the development of support groups for inclusive homes and the implementation of assisting parents with special needs through support groups. The approach used is Participatory Action Research (PAR), which assists parents with special needs at the Al Firdaus Inclusion School with psychologists, pedagogues, and sociologists. Data collection techniques were done through literature studies, Focus Group Discussions, observations, and documentation. The results of the research show that the PAR approach in this service is carried out in four stages: (1) Reflection to determine the problem; (2) Problem-solving design by designing activities for forming support groups and assisting parents with CSN; (3) Implementation through Focus Group Discussion presenting parents and experts in the field of inclusive education; and (4) Evaluation of the implementation of community service activities. Developing inclusion houses is still needed to reach families with special needs, and the benefits can be felt more broadly. This community service activity found the construction gap for children with special needs between schools and families with special needs, which impacts self-acceptance of children's conditions.