Pelatihan Perilaku 3R; Right, Reality, Responsible pada Anak Buruh Migran di Kecamatan Donomulyo Kabupaten Malang

Muslihati Muslihati, Yuliati Holifah, Ella Faridati Zen

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Kegiatan pengabdian ini bertujuan mengembangkan perilaku positif 3R (right, reality, and responsible) pada anak buruh migran di kecamatan Donomulyo Malang. Wilayah sasaran meliputi desa Mentaraman, Kedung Salam, dan Purwodadi karena memiliki populasi anak buruh migran yang cukup besar. Melalui kajian awal pada Forum Peduli Anak Kecamatan Donomulyo diketahui bahwa permasalahan mitra adalah anak-anak buruh migran cenderung berperilaku negatif, diantaranya suka pergi tanpa pamit, lalai belajar dan ibadah karena bermain, bolos sekolah, dan kurang hormat pada orang tua. Dengan kecenderungan tersebut diasumsikan anak-anak buruh migran perlu dibantu mengembangkan perilaku positif. Untuk itu diperlukan upaya edukasi pengembangan perilaku yang baik dan benar, perilaku realistis dan perilaku bertanggungjawab bagi anak buruh migran. Materi kegiatan meliputi (1) pemahaman diri (2) hakikat perilaku 3R (2) penyusunan rencana diri. Pelatihan dikemas dalam bimbingan kelompok dengan metode PIJAR yaitu Pahami diri, Identifikasi kebutuhan dan harapan, Jelaskan dan evaluasi perilaku saat ini, Arahkan rencana dan solusi dan Realisasi rencana

Kata kunci anak buruh migran, forum peduli anak, perilaku 3R, Metode Pijar.

 

Abstract

This service activity aims to develop positive behaviors of 3R (right, reality, and responsible) for the children of migrant workers in Donomulyo district, Malang. The target areas include the villages of Mentaraman, Kedung Salam, and Purwodadi because they have a large population of migrant workers’ children. Through preliminary studies in the Donomulyo District Children's Care Forum it was found that the problem of partners was that migrant workers’ children tended to behave negatively, including leaving without saying goodbye, neglecting to study and worship because of playing, skipping school, and lacking respect for parents. With this tendency, it is assumed that children of migrant workers need to be helped to develop positive behavior. For this reason, education efforts to develop good and right behavior, realistic behavior and responsible behavior for migrant workers' children are needed. Material activities include (1) self-understanding (2) the nature of behavior 3R (2) preparation of self-plans. The training is packaged in group guidance with the PIJAR method namely Self-Understanding, Identification of needs and expectations, Explain and evaluate current behavior, Navigate plans and solutions and Realize plans.

Keywords— child migrant worker, child care forum, 3R behavior, PIJAR Method


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17977/um045v3i1p10-15

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