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The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the education order towards a virtual experience. Also, the use of digital media appears convenient for conveying learning materials and engaging students effectively. Under this circumstance, elementary school teachers commonly encounter certain difficulties using online platforms, due to poor knowledge of technology. Therefore, the objectives of this study are to: 1) strengthen educators' ability in mastering technology for distance learning, and 2) improve cooperation and reputation of the Maranatha Women's Family Association to the wider community. An asset-based community development (ABCD), using a mentoring and practical approach was adopted. This study was conducted online, with an attendance of 50 elementary school educators in Tangerang. The results showed that the participants gained significant insights and practical techniques for developing distance learning materials using power point slides to support the online learning process.
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