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Supporting the Development of High School Students’ Research Skills in Bojonegoro

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CIP122018CIP 12 (CIP)Available

Publisher :IPMI International Business School , 2018

Based on UNESCO research in 2012 claimed that there was an
unpreparedness of high school students in Indonesia over the various issues that
emerged and developed nowadays. In collaboration with EMCL (ExxonMobil
Cepu Limited), this condition was then followed up by Yayasan Sedulur Pena by
introducing a good, standard and true scientific research process through the
program SIyAP (Siswa Ilmiah yang Aktif dan Produktif). The program lasted 4
months, starting from August 2017 until November 2017, at Bojonegoro Regency.
This program involved six phases, which were related to each other and the final
purpose we were trying to seize was to develop students’ creativities, knowledge,
and communication skill through discussion, debates, and scientific presentation
that can give impacts to society.
After 6 weeks doing the scientific research, the students had to write and
present their final researches results. In this project, IPMI coaches had the
responsibilities to guide them in the report making and the academic writing itself.
Hereafter, all SIyAP committee and coaches evaluated the whole program through
survey that filled by all the program participants. Evaluation was also held
through discussion with all of the program committee and coaches. Through the
evaluation program SIyAP 2017 had been able to build awareness and
understanding among Bojonegoro students about the importance of leadership and
scientific research. This is considered a trigger for the positive developments of
curiosity among Bojonegoro students to the various things that exist around it.

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CIP 12
Publisher Place Jakarta
viii, 57p; 30cm
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