Surabaya, this time HMJ PGPAUD UNESA held an International Webinar on Saturday (25/9/2021) via zoom meeting and streaming youtube HMJ PGPAUD UNESA. The theme raised in this International Webinar is Intercultural Education in the Era of the Pandemic with the sub-theme Youth Resilience In Innovating To Achieving International Recognition and SDGs. The number of participants in this webiner is 759 consisting of 16 participants from Cambodia, 27 participants from the Philippines, 3 participants from Germany, 1 participant from Switzerland and 712 participants from Indonesia who are members of the Zoom Meeting platform.
“With this WEBINAR, we hope that it can be an active effort for universities to support Indonesia in dealing with COVID-19 and maximize the new creativity of young people during this pandemic, hopefully they can provide constructive input for the people in Indonesia.” The speech delivered by Mrs. Nurul Khotimah, S.Pd., M.Pd. as the Head of the PG PAUD Department.
This activity was opened directly by Dr. Sujarwanto, M.Pd as Deputy Chancellor 4 of the State University of Surabaya, he said “With this INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR activity, it is hoped that it can be an active effort for universities to support Indonesia in dealing with the pandemic and maximize the provision of materials as well as learning even at home. Finally, welcome to the webinar and its series of supporting activities. Hopefully what we are doing today is beneficial for all of us.
This webinar presents three speakers that convey the material on this webinar event, including Raju Sahrial I, S, Kep., CEC is a 1st Runner Up Putera Pendidikan Indonesia in 2020. The material is conveyed that is what it is SDGs and Karakretistik youngsters how to make the SDGs a success. Followed by Dr. Ith Vuthy, who delivered material on the role of teachers in developing effective distance learning. Furthermore, the last material was delivered by Dr. Mercy Karuniah Jesuvadian, who delivered material on how family resilience assists their children in the pandemic era.
Conclusion of material 1
Youth has an important role in the development of a nation. Now, youth are the economic force and the backbone of the country’s development. In accordance with the SDGs inclusivity principle that no one is left behind, youth are part of the SDGs achievement targets.
Conclusion material 2
of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development implemented by all UN member countries in 2015. 17 sustainable development goals ( SDGs), which is an urgent call to action by all countries developed and developed in a global partnership. They recognize that eradicating poverty and other destitution must go hand in hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth while tackling climate change and working to conserve our oceans and forests.
Conclusion of material 3
Parents can see their children from any point of view, between parents and children must have a strong relationship. The pandemic period can also strengthen the relationship between parents and children. For example, parents scold their children because they are worried about their children, this is the spearhead of a larger approach. Family stability factors:
Emotional supportFinancialSchoolResourcesThis international webinar event ran smoothly and participants from various countries around the world participated very much from the beginning to the end of the event, and were enthusiastic in listening to the material, and active in the Q&A session provided by the committee to the presenters regarding the sub-theme of this event. By holding this international webinar, it is hoped that provide information and motivation to youth about the importance of youth in nation building. So that they can take part in achieving the SDGs target where the SDGs target must be achieved in the year “” with the mission of all people moving forward without anyone being left behind.