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Pelatihan entrepreneurship perlu diajarkan sedini mungkin bagi murid-murid di sekolah. Di Pelatihan Pengabdian
Masyarakat ini, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya bekerja sama dengan SMAK Frateran Surabaya, mengajarkan karakter
entrepreneurship dengan program berjudul Social Science 4.0 secara berkesinambungan sejak SMA kelas X sampai
dengan kelas XII semester 1. Salah satu kegiatan Social Science 4.0 adalah pelatihan design thinking. Pelatihan design
thinking ini diajarkan kepada siswa-siswi SMA kelas X semester 2. Tujuan pelatihan ini adalah mengajarkan siswasiswi tentang proses design thinking yang meliputi emphathize, define, ideate, prototype, dan test, yang dihubungkan
dengan masalah yang terjadi di kantin sekolah. Metode pelaksanaan kegiatan pengabdian masyarakat ini dilakukan
dengan tahapan persiapan, koordinasi, pelatihan dan evaluasi kegiatan. Hasil dari pengabdian masyarakat ini para
murid mampu menerapkan proses design thinking dengan baik dan menemukan solusi yang kreatif serta inovatif
bagi para penjual kantin di sekolah Frateran.
Training of Entrepreneurship is needed to be taught as early as possible to students in school. In this social
responsibility training, Ciputra University of Surabaya in collaboration with SMAK Frateran Surabaya taught the
character of entrepreneurship with a program named Social Science 4.0 to the students from grade X to those of the
first semester of grade XII. One of the Social Science 4.0 activity taught is design thinking. This design thinking
training was held tothe students in the grade X of second semester. The aim for this training was to teach students
about design thinking process consisting of empathizing, defining, creating ideas, prototyping, and testing which
have been related to real case problem in their canteen school. The Method of implementation for this social
responsibility consisted of planning, coordinating, training and evaluating these activities. Conclusion from this
social responsibility activity is that students are able to implement the design thinking process well and they can find
creative and innovative solution to the shopkeeper in Frateran Canteen School.
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