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Home > Social & Environmental Activities (CSR) > What's New > 2017 > Environmental topics

Environmental topics


All students were very enthusiastic to answer questions from SEID team

All students were very enthusiastic to answer questions from SEID team

Students learned energy conversion during SMLS

Students learned energy conversion

SEID team and students took photos together after the program

Took photos together after the program

Youth is often associated as our future hope. Therefore, PT Sharp Electronics Indonesia (SEID) took another chance to spread the awareness about environment and biodiversity through Sharp Mobile Learning Station (SMLS). On 30 October 2017, SEID visited Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara to teach elementary school students from SDN 4 Pancor.

During SMLS, SEID team presented knowledge and information about these two main topics with relatable examples from everyday life. To grab their attention, the presentation was filled with interactive images and videos. Every student who was able to answer the questions also got the chance to take home SEID merchandises. In the same event, ten students were randomly picked by SEID team to join coloring competition and three winners took home coloring sets. While cheering for their friends who competed, others could also pick their own reading in SMLS bus.

SMLS has successfully encouraged students to be more active. In the near future, SEID will continue to reach out to other rural areas to provide better education on environment and biodiversity.

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