Writing Clinic Program Untuk Meningkatkan Writing Skills Siswa Dalam Ajang Olimpiade Penelitian Siswa Indonesia (OPSI)

Authors

  • Baiq Azmi Sukroyanti Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika
  • Lovy Herayanti Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika
  • Saiful Prayogi Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika
  • H Habibi (Scopus ID: 57207760743); Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika
  • Dwi Pangga Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika
  • Elma Syafira Nayla Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36312/linov.v8i4.1398

Keywords:

Writing Clinic, Writing Skills, OPSI

Abstract

Writing skills dalam mengikuti ajang OPSI sangat penting karena kompetisi ini melibatkan berbagai tahapan yang memerlukan kemampuan menulis yang baik. Mulai dari penyusunan proposal penelitian, laporan penelitian, hingga presentasi hasil penelitian, semua tahap tersebut memerlukan kemampuan menyampaikan informasi secara jelas, terstruktur, dan persuasif. Pengabdian kepada masyarakat ini bertujuan untuk  membantu siswa dalam meningkatkan skil menulis melalui program Writing Clinic. Metode yang digunakan yakni pelatihan yang terdiri dari tahapan penyampaian materi offline terkait dengan tips dan trik yang efektif penulisan karya ilmiah, diskusi offline, konsultasi online, dan evaluasi. Program ini di ikuti oleh 42 siswa pilihan yang berasal dari sekolah mitra yakni SMPN 1 Skara, Lombok Timur. Hasil kegiatan ini secara keseluruhan menunjukkan bahwa siswa merespon positip (65% siswa sangat puas dan 35% puas) dan menjadi lebih termotivasi untuk mencoba menulis karya ilmiah. Satu kelompok karya ilmiah yang telah lulus tingkat provinsi semakin optimis menjadi juara di tingkat nasional. Implikasi kegiatan ini menghasilkan adanya MoA sebagai dukungan tertulis dari sekolah dalam hal pembimbingan karya tulis ilmiah. Kedepannya, teknis pelaksanaan kerjasama ini dapat menjadi acuan dalam mengintensifkan ajang lomba olimpiade lainnya yang sejenis.

Writing Clinic Program to Improve Students' Writing Skills in the Indonesian Student Research Olympiad (OPSI)

Writing skills in participating in OPSI are crucial because this competition involves various stages that require good writing abilities. Starting from the preparation of research proposals, research reports, and research presentations, all of these stages demand the ability to convey information clearly, coherently, and persuasively. This community service aims to assist students in enhancing their writing skills through the Writing Clinic program. The method used includes training consisting of offline material delivery on effective tips and tricks for academic writing, offline discussions, online consultations, and evaluations. This program was attended by 42 selected students from partner schools, namely SMPN 1 Skara, East Lombok. The results of this activity show that students responded positively (95% of students were very satisfied, and 5% were satisfied) and became more motivated to attempt writing academic papers. One academic paper group that has advanced to the provincial level is now more optimistic about becoming champions at the national level. The implication of this activity is the establishment of a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) as written support from the school regarding the guidance of academic writing. In the future, the technical implementation of this collaboration can serve as a reference for intensifying similar Olympiad competitions.

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Author Biography

H Habibi, (Scopus ID: 57207760743); Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika

Scopus id: 57207760743

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Published

2023-12-01

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Sukroyanti, B. A., Herayanti, L., Prayogi, S., Habibi, H., Pangga, D., & Nayla, E. S. (2023). Writing Clinic Program Untuk Meningkatkan Writing Skills Siswa Dalam Ajang Olimpiade Penelitian Siswa Indonesia (OPSI). Lumbung Inovasi: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat, 8(4), 741–748. https://doi.org/10.36312/linov.v8i4.1398

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