FoE Prepares Students for Research Competition, Conference on Educational Well-Being

March 22, 2024

Contributor: Irkham Zamzuri | Editor: Supriyono

UIII, DEPOK - The Faculty of Education (FoE) at Universitas Islam Internasional Indonesia (UIII) proudly witnessed the culmination of rigorous academic work by its students in the Child and Student Well-Being Course, led by the esteemed Dr. Charyna Ayu Rizkyanti and Dr. Lukman Nul Hakim, both renowned for their expertise in educational psychology.

In this course, each student had the opportunity to present their research paper, which serves as the final assignment for the course. These presentations, given for 10 minutes followed by a 5-minute Q&A session, showcased the depth of research and the analytical skills of the students. The topics covered in these papers were diverse yet unified in their focus on integrating well-being into educational settings.

The significance of these research papers extends beyond the classroom. They are prepared to be part of the prestigious Muslim Education Review (MER) Research Paper Writing Competition 2024, organized by the faculty.

This competition is not just a platform for academic recognition but also aligns with the 3rd Annual Conference of the Faculty of Education to be held at the end of May 2024. The conference, themed "Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning: A New Way of Teaching and Learning – Integrating Well-being in Educational Settings," mirrors the focus of the students' research, emphasizing the importance of well-being in education.

Ghufronakallah, one of the students, was excited about the course’s final assignment as it gave her the chance to start early in participating in the competition. “The intention of preparing the final paper on the Child and Student Well-Being to participate in MER is a smart move. It will increase the students’ paper quality, and it boosts their self-confidence as well to submit the paper on the writing competition and annual conference because it is previously well-prepared under the guidance of excellent lecturers,” she expressed.

Dr. Charyna Ayu Rizkyanti and Dr. Lukman Nul Hakim, the course instructors, have played a pivotal role in guiding the students through their research journey. Their expertise and support have been instrumental in helping the students explore and articulate complex ideas related to child and student well-being.