Pelatihan UnoArduSim dan Aplikasi Arduino untuk Pelajar SMKN 2 Samarinda

Sunu Pradana(1*), Khairuddin Karim(2), Onglan Nainggolan(3),

(1) Jurusan Teknik Elektro, Politeknik Negeri Samarinda
(2) Jurusan Teknik Elektro, Politeknik Negeri Samarinda
(3) Jurusan Teknik Elektro, Politeknik Negeri Samarinda
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


This paper describes the results of UnoArduSim training activities and Arduino applications for students
of Samarinda Vocational High School 2. This activity is an answer to several problems and challenges in the world
of education, especially in SMK 2. The problems include the development of the latest technological devices that
are very fast, the synergy between vocational education providers that need to be improved, the relevance of
graduates to industrial needs, and continued interest in learning. This activity was carried out for two days and
divided into several stages of activities, namely the delivery of theories about the Arduino system and subsequently
given a tutorial on using the UnoArduSim along with the practice of setting up Triac with Arduino and using
potential ometers as input to the Arduino system. The activity ended with training on the use of Arduino Uno with
LCD shield which is used both as input and output. The trainees were attended by 15 students from the Electrical
Engineering Department who were divided into 4 groups according to the number of practicum modules. The
validation of the results of the training was carried out by filling out questionnaires by participants. The
questionnaires consisted of two parts, namely quiz and questions. The quiz aimed at measuring the level of
absorption of information by trainees' students whereas questions (without scores/answers) answered by participants
to get feedback on the implementation of PKM activities. The assessment was done automatically by Google Form.
The results obtained were: for the coverage of material as much as 86.7% stated ―Yes‖. The question about the level
of training needs for the younger students: 93.3% participants stated that the younger students need this kind of
training.


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