Campus Teaching is a program that provides opportunities for students for one semester to help teachers and principals at the elementary and junior high school levels in carrying out learning activities affected by the pandemic. Through this program, students can devote their knowledge, skills, and inspire these elementary and middle school students to broaden their goals and horizons.
Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia (UTI) Green Campus The Champion again sent its students to the Teaching Campus program of the Ministry of Education and Culture, batch 3 in 2022.
A total of 63 UTI students passed the Teaching Campus participants. The students who passed were the Information Systems S1 Study Program, 28 students, the Informatics S1 Study Program 23 students, the English Literature Study Program 7 students, and the English Language Education Study Program 5 students.
Furthermore, UTI students in the campus teaching program will be placed in various elementary and junior high schools in Indonesia. The participants of this Teaching Campus 3 will later be equipped with various fields of knowledge and expertise by becoming a partner of teachers and schools in fostering creativity and innovation in learning so as to have an impact on strengthening literacy and numeracy learning in schools.
Then, UTI students participating in the Teaching Campus program will have the opportunity to become agents of change for Indonesian Education, assist teachers in schools, teach and learn to develop creative and innovative content, strategies and learning media, become teacher partners to innovate in literacy learning, numeracy and technology adaptation. , hone social skills such as empathy, communication, leadership, creativity, problem solving, and innovation.
The involvement of UTI students in the Teaching Campus program is a form of real contribution to solving educational problems, especially at this time. In addition, collaboration between program participants and field supervisors will provide space for service and the application of various studies in order to improve the quality of education.
The study programs and student names are as follows, 28 students from the S1-Information Systems Study Program, namely Brigita Norma Kirani, Devi Utari Yulistiani, Desi Damayanti, Eka Nurhana, Wahyu Kurniawan Wijaya, Talitha Zhafira Syahril, Ade Indah Permatasari, Dhaifina Berlyana Hadyansa, Fahad Abdul Jalil, M. Riyan Rinaldi, Ahmad Rendy Harahap, Alfira Eka Risti, Adhisty Dyah Arrum, Aditya Ari Nugroho, Evania Sidabalok, M. Ari Kurniawan, Mardha Ariyani, Risma Sulistiowati, Ledia Santika, Raferly Cahya Darna, Siska Damayanti, Sevie Marselina, Ervina Fitriani, Triyanti, Helena Agustin Simarmata, Inna Firliana Rizki, Sherli Maharani Putri.
Then from the S1-Informatics study program 23 people, namely Patricius Aldy Setiawan, Enda Tri Ifanda, Fauruzi Sutrisna, Isidorus Richardius Kuncoro, Bagus Bramantyo, Fikho Aldino, Nico Dwi Hidayah, Tirta Bayu Nugroho, Rahmat Hidayah, Nova Istiqomah, Nita Debi Astuti, Ahmad Az-Zaky Bahri, Imam Asyrofi Alfarisi, Bagas Aditama, Ryan Satria, Ferdian Ahmad Ghalib, Syahdanil Haqi, Abdullah Dzikri Faturrahman, Rifqi Habib Maulana, Muhammad Farid Alghozali, Teguh Budiono, Hanif Fayad Zabihullah, Made Irawan.
Meanwhile, from the S1-English Literature Study Program, 7 students were as follows: Rahmania Novita Sari, Desti Fitriani, Yoana Ardesis, Anggy Rahayu Larasati, Rahel Dwi Saputri, Virghayanti Indah Pratiwi, Fitri Sutiarsih.
And from the S1-English Education Study Program 5 students namely Elisabeth Renita Sari, Dwi Yunita Sari, Alma Tiara Putri, Alvian Trio Efendi, Faranta Rizka Ardila.
Vice Chancellor IV of the Best PTS Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia Sumatra Achmad Yudi Wahyudin, M.Pd. conveyed “Students of the Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia have experience in organizing and excel so that every time there is a Teaching Campus recruitment, no less than 60 students will definitely pass, God willing”.
Why join the Teaching Campus? 1) Directly involved in the implementation of literacy, numeracy, and technology adaptation at the elementary and junior high school levels; 2) Sharpen leadership, creativity, problem solving, and innovation directly from the field; 3) Get assistance with living expenses and UKT (for those who are not currently receiving assistance from other governments), Yudi added. (Teknokrat)