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Health Education Projects In Portuguese Schools: A Multicases Study, Hugo Oliveira, Jorge Bonito Jul 2020

Health Education Projects In Portuguese Schools: A Multicases Study, Hugo Oliveira, Jorge Bonito

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

Health education projects (HEP) incorporate all the educational projects of the Portuguese elementary and secondary schools in order to respond to four key areas: mental health and violence prevention; food education and physical activity; addictive behaviors and dependencies; and affection and sexuality education. This study aimed at identifying the effects of HEP as they are perceived by teachers and students. A multicase study was developed in five schools in the municipality of Castelo Branco, Portugal. The sample consisted of a HEP coordinating teacher and one student from each case. The content analysis of each HEP was performed and semi-structured interviews ...


Enriching Creative Communities Through Young Adult (Ya) Literature: A Content Analysis Of Zines From Philippine High School For The Arts, Reya Mari Soriaga Veloso Jul 2020

Enriching Creative Communities Through Young Adult (Ya) Literature: A Content Analysis Of Zines From Philippine High School For The Arts, Reya Mari Soriaga Veloso

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

Prompted by the recent boom of zine-making and the active participation of youth in the local art scene, this paper is focused on determining the role of zines in the lives, culture of creation, and community engagement of young adults (YAs) and creating a typology based on the coming-of-age themes presented in fiction and nonfiction zines created by students at Philippine High School for the Arts (PHSA). To do so, the researcher collected zines from various events and expos, chose zines written by YAs (PHSA students in particular), conducted focus-group and individual interviews among the authors, and performed content analysis ...


Cross-Border Development: A Long-Term Role For Universities, Robert Brian Smith, Nucharee Nuchkoom Smith Jul 2020

Cross-Border Development: A Long-Term Role For Universities, Robert Brian Smith, Nucharee Nuchkoom Smith

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

Low-income economies are experiencing potential serious threats in terms of long-term sustainability and social development. At the same time, most developing economies are grappling with possible disruptions from the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the current COVID-19 pandemic and its economic consequences. However, every economy has the same goal of elevating its status to that of a developed country. This research uses the narrative/case study approach to examine cross-border development and the role that universities can play as important actors in the development of society. Moreover, this research combines observations and literature analysis. Universities are clearly best placed to play ...


Applying Positive Language In Mindful Parenting: A Means Of Building Positive Character In Children, Amrina Rosyada, Agustina Ramadhianti Dec 2019

Applying Positive Language In Mindful Parenting: A Means Of Building Positive Character In Children, Amrina Rosyada, Agustina Ramadhianti

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

Positive language is a crucial communication tool, both within the family environment and in external circumstances. Previous research endeavors have evidenced that the inculcation of positive language by parents is effective in building positive character in their children. Thus, language is not merely a communication tool; it is also a means of personality development. However, this application cannot be realized if parents are unaware. Therefore, the community service activity proposed in this paper aims to broaden and strengthen mindful parenting, and to enhance the discernment of positive language in parents to help them build positive character in their children. To ...


Teaching Arabic In The Era Of Industrial Revolution 4.0 In Indonesia: Challenges And Opportunities, Azkia Muharom Albantani, Ahmad Madkur Dec 2019

Teaching Arabic In The Era Of Industrial Revolution 4.0 In Indonesia: Challenges And Opportunities, Azkia Muharom Albantani, Ahmad Madkur

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

Teaching Arabic as a foreign language (TAFL) in Indonesia has been interest of many scholars, but studies on TAFL in the context of industrial revolution (IR) 4.0 have been rarely conducted. This qualitative study was aimed at investigating the challenges and opportunities in accelerating the quality of Arabic language instruction in the IR 4.0 era. Qualitative data analysis consisting of four steps, namely, data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and data verification was applied to analyze the gathered data. According to the research results, the challenges are the following: Arabic language teachers’ limited adaptation to technology, students’ low ...


Learning Assessment Training Based On Curriculum 2013 By Using Vocational High School E-Report In South Tangerang, Aulia Nursyifa, E. Nurzaman, Alinurdin Alinurdin Dec 2019

Learning Assessment Training Based On Curriculum 2013 By Using Vocational High School E-Report In South Tangerang, Aulia Nursyifa, E. Nurzaman, Alinurdin Alinurdin

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

Curriculum 2013 changes require teachers to be able to use technology the learning process until the stage of reporting learning outcomes, E-Report is one of the technologies used presenting learning outcomes. However, the problems today are that not all teachers can use the E-Report application. The purpose of this community service is to improve teacher’s ability to perform learning assessments based on the 2013 curriculum using the E-Report application. The method of community devotion activities is a method of instruction by providing training to teachers about E-Report application. Data retrieval is conducted using observations, tests, and questionnaires to participants ...


Psychoeducation “Aku Peduli” For Parent With Typically Developing Children At An Inclusive Kindergarten, Andi Nur Zamzam Arman, Farida Kurniawati Dec 2019

Psychoeducation “Aku Peduli” For Parent With Typically Developing Children At An Inclusive Kindergarten, Andi Nur Zamzam Arman, Farida Kurniawati

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

This study examined the effectiveness of “AKU PEDULI” psychoeducation in helping the parents of typically developing children to increase their knowledge of special needs children and inclusive education at an inclusive kindergarten. “AKU PEDULI” is abbreviated from Anak Berkebutuhan Khusus dan Pendidikan Inklusif (Special Needs Children & Inclusive Education). Quantitative methods were used in both the pre-test and post-test parts of the research. Six mothers aged 28–34 years, of typically developing children were selected to participate in the study through accidental sampling. Participants were required to be parents of typically developing children who attend an inclusive kindergarten and who have ...