Project framework, Improve Student Skills - Competence of meaningful teaching ideas that can make students' character such that they can face tomorrow's challenges nimbly becomes more and more important for various teaching institutions.

Throughout the year of the outbreak, providing meaningful teaching was a hurdle not only for schools and teachers, but also for students and parents.

Cikal School teacher and founder Najeela Shihab said strengthening self-sufficiency/skills and working together with residents to promote best practices in this time of epidemic is a real obstacle.

However, he explained the outbreak was an opportunity for students to further improve their skills from home.
"With a contextual evaluation process, personalization and finding interest in making a graduation project (such as student interest), Cikal students can lay the foundation for their inner strength to adjust and be agile for tomorrow." said Najelaa at the Cikal Setu School individual project exhibition (18/03)

From the Youth Base Archetypes of Gape-resistant Homes

Through contextual projects as part of the Individual Projects Program, Cikal School offer opportunities and support to grade 10 students to find their talents and interests in various sectors, both art and design, business, culture and literature, modeling and beauty, environment, health.

The Director of the Cikal Setu School, Siti Fatimah, explained that individual projects focus on "evaluation" and improving various capabilities in several sectors or personalized student choice subjects, be it communication, media literacy, research, self-improvement, and innovative thinking to create knowledge. and involvement in global issues.

"This is definitely important for today's youth," he said. The Cikal School student projects presented included the earthquake-resistant house archetype created by Daviano Evan Faro Hazeki Siahaan, the roof garden by Marza Athallah Merdiaz and Pada Pemoeda by Aqila Priyanka Isyaradhia Irwan.

This earthquake-resistant house archetype project was started by Hazeki because of his interest in the various architectural designs of buildings around the world that he has noticed.

Including his attention to the living conditions of Indonesian citizens who are often easily affected by earthquakes. "This archetype project aims to make earthquake-resistant houses made from Indonesian traditional materials such as wood and thatch.

In this context, the following is the idea of developing science and technology, which I hope will be a useful reference for Indonesian citizens and the environment," said Daviano Cikal Setu, a grade 10 student.

At that time, through her project, Rooftop Garden to Reduce Air Pollution, Marza Athallah Merdiaz invited all Indonesians to raise awareness during this epidemic to create a green corner.

skills the green corner can be displayed either on the rooftop or in the home environment to provide support for Indonesia's way at the 2021 World Weather Change Meeting, namely to provide support for sustainable green development to create a better world.

"With the ultimate goal of raising awareness about reducing air pollution and going green, I issued a rooftop garden project and a campaign on social media to motivate people during the outbreak to do the same to make the natural environment better," said Marza.

Apart from projects in the technology, science and environment sectors, there are also social projects initiated by Cikal student Aqila Priyanka Isyaradhia Irwan or who is called Yanka.

With the provision of competence in various youth activities. He creates social projects through Instagram by creating campaigns and inspirational content that drives inspirational connections from young people in Indonesia and abroad.

"@Padapemoeda is a youth base which includes various skills programs, youth motivational footage, and question and answer sessions with inspiring Indonesian youth as active contributions outside and within the country," said Yanka. Cikal School believes and always believes that contextual projects as evaluation assessments not only meet academic teaching needs, but also create and present meaningful experiences and influence their lives as students.

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