Educational robotics in Kurikulum Merdeka

Dian Hendriana

Abstract


Technological developments influence educational changes. Various skills are needed to prepare society for the 21st Century. Educational robotics provides a comprehensive offering to provide the required skills and experience. This research aims for educators in an educational institution to know how robotics can be utilized in learning and teaching activities to provide convenience. Thus requiring any institution to be able to implement these skills in an institution, especially educational institutions. The type of research used is the study of literature/literature. Learning programs can be carried out by integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics/STEM and can be expanded with other subjects. The System Thinking Approach is a subject integration approach. The involvement of parents, teachers, university researchers, industry, and robotics course organizations is necessary for designing the robotics curriculum. The Approach Activity Template as a form of school operational curriculum can assist in the initial steps of program design. The Kurikulum Merdeka imposes a third of the learning load in an integrated manner and provides opportunities for robotics to be applied to create a Profil Pelajar Pancasila.

 

Abstrak

Perkembangan teknologi membawa pengaruh terhadap perubahan pendidikan. Berbagai keterampilan dibutuhkan untuk mempesiapkan masyarakat di Abad ke-21. Robotika pendidikan memberikan tawaran yang menyeluruh untuk membekalkan pengalaman keterampilan yang dibutuhkan. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah agar tenaga pendidik dalam sebuah institusi Pendidikan mengetahui bagaimana sebuah robotika dapat dimanfaatkan dalam pelaksanaan kegiatan belajar dan mengajar sehingga memberikan kemudahan pada setiap kegiatannya, Alasam dilakukan nya penelitian ini karena melihat peluang bagaimana masyarakat abad ke-21 mulai mengembangkan berbagai macam skill sehingga mengharuskan institusi manapun agar dapat mengimplementasikan keterampilan tersebut dalam sebuah institusi terutama institusi Pendidikan. Jenis penelitian yang digunakan adalah studi literatur/kepustakaan. Program pembelajaran dapat dilakukan melalui integrasi Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics/STEM dan dapat diperluas dengan mata pelajaran lainnya. System Thinking Approach menjadi pendekatan integrasi mata pelajaran. Pelibatan orangtua, guru, peneliti universitas, industri, dan organisasi kursus robotika diperlukan dalam merancang kurikulum robotika. Approach Activity Template sebagai salah satu bentuk kurikulum operasional di sekolah dapat membantu langkah awal perancangan program. Kurikulum Merdeka membebankan sepertiga beban belajar dilakukan secara terintegrasi dan memberikan peluang bagi robotika diterapkan untuk menciptakan Profil Pelajar Pancasila.

Kata Kunci: Keterampilan abad 21; Kurikulum Merdeka; robotika pendidikan; system thinking approach


Keywords


21st century skills; educational robotics; Kurikulum Merdeka; system thinking approach

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17509/jik.v20i1.54018

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