Yogyakarta (11/11) – The Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) learning program was initiated by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (Kemendikbudristek). The program has many offers for students and lecturers, to increase their work experience outside the campus.
One of the most popular MBKM programs is the Kampus Mengajar Program. This program provides opportunities for students to teach in various schools that have been determined, to assist the process of learning activities in schools.
To find out the progress of the Governmental Studies Department’s students who participated in the Kampus Mengajar program, the department held MBKM Monitoring and Evaluation (Monev) on Wednesday (10/11)
There are 8 students from the Governmental Studies Department who participated in the Kampus Mengajar program : Miftahul Khaeriyah (2018), Shelsa Aurelia Gunawan Putri (2018), Wahyu Budhi Yuni (2019), Alma Titian (2018), Febriana Andiani Lestari (2018), Novera Anjarbaiti (2018), Putri Nabila Thalia (2018), dan Wresniwira Luhur Parintis (2018).
The monitoring and evaluation were conducted online led by the head of the department, Dr. Tunjung Laksono, S.IP., M.Si.
During the MONEV, Tunjung Laksono reminded the students to finish their tasks in the program. He also motivates the students of the Governmental Studies.
After the evaluation ended, Tunjung Laksono explained that MONEV should be done as a commitment the Governmental Studied department to monitor the development of students who participated MBKM, Kampus Mengajar program in particular.
“Alhamdulillah everything goes well. In general, each participants told their difficulties and obstacles in the school during the program,” he commented.
Tunjung also regret the lack of socialization of MBKM to the targeted MBKM schools. This lack of coordination could affect the working quality of the MBKM students, “the committee has not performed their best in socializing the Kampus Mengajar Program, that is why many teachers and headmasters have not heard of this program yet.”