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Recommend Documents. Journal for Islamic Social Sciences. Conference Proceedings. Conference proceedings. Ihsana El Khuluqo, M. Pd Drs. Muhammad Lukman, M. D Prof. Gunawan Suryoputro, M. Value Transformation of Trash at Schools ……………………………………………………….. Is Our Education in a Crisis State?

Upaya Pelestarian Batik Rifaiyah ……………………………………………………………………. Rahman A. Ghani Marliani Herlina Majid Binfas Van Dijkon pada Berita Kompas. Such transformation of value is proposed by the writers using school context. This article is aimed at giving facts on the importance of transforming trash into something valuable, either physically or non-physically.

It is around the record of engaging schools party to use the Trash Bank for managing trash at school environment. This community engagement program was implemented at two Islamic schools as the partner for applying the management of trash bank at schools.

As reported from the process of engagement, management of trash bank at school was very effective. They knew how to apply the management of trash bank at school. They practiced this at school environment by involving students with trash bank programs. This engagement program actually could transform the trash into something which has that of owning value of sustainability, knowledge, innovation and art, education, entrepreneurship and conservation for the school society, especially students.

Keywords: trash, Islamic school institutions, trash bank management, transformation of value. In one extent it is said that it has no values since it is an unused thing. Besides this, trash can be problematic if people do not throw the trash correctly, or if they throw the trash in a big amount without any ordered management. In that case, trash at schools is an example.

This becomes the homework for the institutions how to manage the trash well without leaving any problems. Therefore, the institutions need to have good solution on this. The reason above is the basis for the importance of trash management at schools. One way of trash managements that have been found in Indonesia is Trash Bank. He has introduced an ordered way to manage trash by giving many benefits.

Trash Bank does not only make environment clean but also make people get many benefits. People do not only feel healthy but also get income after selling the trash, or they can recycle the trash before selling it.

Trash Bank can be used to raise the value of trash itself. It will not be considered as priceless anymore by people because it has already become an input for them to manage environment and also to get income from selling it.

This article, an outcome of community engagement done by engagement team from Islamic University of Nahdlatul Ulama Unisnu Jepara and sponsored by Kemenristekdikti Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education in , reports the result of the program of Trash Bank at schools.

In implementing the program, the team gave solutions needed by such institutions. The team did not only train them to manage the trash but also attached the trash with precious values. The second one was training teachers, who then taught students, to recycle the trash to be beneficial handicrafts which can be developed into entrepreneurship. It tries to prove that the Trash Bank, as official solution by government to solve environmental problem, can transform the value of trash.

One of the principles for community-university research partnerships is holding Research Partners Sadler, Because this program was categorized into community engagement program, it engaged the partner having expertise in holding trash bank, especially in Jepara. Then the first way done by the engagement team was engaging the Paguyuban Bank Sampah to train students and team to know in detail about Trash Bank. The second way was that the team from Unisnu helped by Paguyuban Bank Sampah Jepara had a dialogue with schools on the possibility of holding Trash Bank at the schools.

The team also trained the schools on how to manage Trash Bank for the benefits of the schools, especially students. The third way was the schools implemented their own Trash Bank. It had to be done as well as possible. They also had to evaluate the implementation so that they would get the high quality Trash Bank. Those three ways are explained in detail as follows in the form of seven steps: 1. Doing socialization and having links partners to support the program.

Doing workshops of Trash Bank adapted from the abilities and needs of the school. Implementing the establishment of trash bank and supporting infrastructures. Making program of promoting consciousness and trash classification. Doing edupreneurship program for kids. It seems suitable to the community engagement here that trash bank management is one kind of innovation and it uses many kinds of technology.

In this section, there would be discussions on values that may emerge from managing trash at schools. The followings are the discussions and the findings.

The understanding on the importance of Trash Bank at school has been proved by the existence of the Organization of Trash Bank. This organization had done many things to support and sustain Trash Bank at school. It also had cooperated with the team from Unisnu to embody many facilities to support the operation of Trash Bank. This organization of Trash Bank functions as the foundation for the sustainability of trash bank management at school.

After being left by the team from Unisnu that was sponsored by Menristekdikti, the school was supposed to be able to run Trash Bank well. The value of comfort was reached here. Comfort of having device of environmental management at school can be got by having such an organization.

In addition, the management standard of Trash Bank had minimum things to be procured, namely 1 trash depositor; 2 the manager of trash bank; 3 trash buyer; 4 the trash management at the trash buyer; 5 the organizer of Trash Bank Buku Panduan Pengembangan Bank Sampah di Kabupaten Jepara, , p.

The Pesantren already had Trash Bank, so that the school just needed to join the program. There was also the workshop of Trash Bank Management followed by many school representatives. In other words, such invitation could be the precedent to hold Trash Bank at school. Value of Knowledge Besides, the training also gave knowledge to the teachers, so they can teach students on how to classify trash. The classified trash did not only separate between organic and nonorganic trash but also separated it for the importance of environmental health.

They also got knowledge of environmental education. They made handicrafts, for instance, from raw cotton, bottles, and cotton buds to be a sheep toy. With this type of recyclables, teachers later can create stations for object-control development.

This thing can stimulate the existence of innovation and art value for students because many kinds of trash can be made into something valuable, fun and beautiful, either at school or at their backyards Chen, The trash curricula is urgent to apply at school, especially for the sake of students, because it functions as the guidance for students in undergoing healthy and quality life.

This value of education is important to get because students need to know their ecological experience in the middle of the large world Pamela, This also has been highlighted as Arts-integrated school curricula which supposedly can upgrade their academic performances Guetzkow, , p.

In means that the curricula is supposed to be their inner stimulant to help developing the orderliness of their own environment Art Council England, , p. It creates the edupreneurship for students too. It means their spirit of entrepreneurship is trained at school. It is a good breakthrough for any schools. Students would have the education of entrepreneurship indirectly.

Besides, the process of this one is done together with the organization of Trash Bank at that school and also with the teachers. It means this thing can also stimulate the students to understand that entrepreneurship cannot be done alone. They keep using others as partners for reaching their targets.

Additionally, the law and order in Indonesia, such as Order no. One of the ways to transform the world and the earth is using Trash Bank. As mentioned technically above, Trash Bank is categorized as one Indonesian efforts to keep the world, earth and environment conserved, especially the school. Solo: Qomari. Art Council England. England: Art Council. Chen, YC. Guetzkow, J. Working Paper Series, USA: Princeton University.

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