PENDAMPINGAN BELAJAR MATEMATIKA DAN BAHASA INGGRIS GRATIS UNTUK ANAK ASUH YAYASAN AL-KAMILAH

  • Angga Hidayat Universitas Pamulang
  • Anita Anggraini Universitas Pamulang
  • Yuliana Friska Universitas Pamulang
  • Ani Kusumaningsih Universitas Pamulang
  • Moh. Thoyib Syafi’i Universitas Pamulang
Keywords: mathematics, english, learning assistance, community service

Abstract

The part that needs to be improved from a student living in Al-Kamilah Foundation from an academic perspective is the ability to count and speak English. The service team teaches regularly at the Al-Kamilah Foundation once a week, to be precise on Wednesdays, to improve the numeracy skills and English of the foster children at the Foundation. Continuous training is needed to have a profound effect on increasing this ability. Teaching is carried out by lecturers from Pamulang University who have an educational background both from a scientific background in mathematics and English. The training has provided significant improvement results because this program has actually been going on for 3 semesters which are carried out continuously every week, unless it is closed during holidays and class holidays

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Published
2021-03-13