A Lecturer of IAIN Fattahul Muluk Papua Introduces Education through Robotics

goodmorningpapua.com – It’s a creative move. Fajar Dwi Mukti, M.Pd., a lecturer at the Faculty of Tarbiyah IAIN Fattahul Muluk Papua carries out a community service program in the form of Robotics training. It is provided to SDIT Qurrota Ayun Elementary School students in Jayapura City.

This activity is the only one in Jayapura City, held on 6 November and 4 December 2022, in the context of developing technology-based Papuan education.

This service activity is one of the platforms to introduce and provide basic insights about technology education that can be applied to robotics among elementary school students.

“Instilling a basic understanding of robotics technology is considered very necessary to instill character in students so they have an understanding of robotics technology that is able to have an impact on Jayapura City in the development of interesting technology education,” said Fajar.

Fajar provided basic materials on robotics as well as training in the form of making simple Arduino-based robots and simple coding. This is a robot that can be moved using a cellphone. This is expected to provide basic knowledge about the use of mobile phones that can be integrated with various other technologies.

“It is hoped that through this training elementary school students will already have an overview of the integration of technology education in schools and its implementation in the real world. So as to be able to have a positive impact and improve technological skills in the future,” said Fajar Dwi Mukti, M.Pd, a tutor and service lecturer at the Faculty of Tarbiyah IAIN Fattahul Muluk Papua.

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