RISE Programme in Indonesia has conducted a research on Functional Training in In-Service Teacher Professional Development (PKB) for elementary teachers in September-November 2018 in three locations: Kebumen District, Gorontalo District, and Yogyakarta City. The study aims to explore the advantages of PKB, as well as the challenges and problems faced in improving the competence and professionalism of teachers.
School and education are two things that cannot be separated. In commemoration of National Education Day, we asked 11 elementary and junior high school students in Jakarta, about what they like most about school. Check out their answers!
For Marda (32), a teacher at an elementary school in Lombok, being a teacher is both an opportunity as well as a challenge to be able to contribute to the development of students. Marda shared with RISE some of her experience about being a teacher and the qualities she believes every teacher must possess.
Access to education is still a challenge in many remote areas in Indonesia. In schools with difficult access, teachers hold a vital role to ensure that students come to school and study until they complete basic education. This story from a school at the hillside is an example.
Doni Kusuma Albertus (MoEC’s Center of Policy Analysis and Synchronization) shared his view towards the challenges of education in Indonesia we are currently facing and what we have to do to tackle it during RISE Programme discussion on 19 September 2018.
Arsyad Iriansyah from the Semua Murid Semua Guru (All Students All Teachers) movement shared about the biggest challenge of education in Indonesia today, during the RISE Programme discussion on 19 September 2018.
Sari Soegondo from Indonesia Communications (moderator of RISE Programme discussion on 19 September 2018) shared her opinion about the event and the improvement of education in Indonesia today.
Iwan Syahril from Sampoerna University shared about the biggest challenge in improving teacher quality in Indonesia and its solution, during the RISE Programme discussion on 19 September 2018.
Divika Fadhilah from Indonesia Mengajar (Indonesia Teaches Movement) shared her view about the steps needed to take to tackle the challenges of education in Indonesia during the RISE Programme discussion on 19 September 2018.
Discussion titled "RISE Programme in Indonesia: Facing the Challenges of Education in Indonesia” on September 19, 2018 at Ev Hive D.Lab Menteng, Jakarta. This discussion informs the progress as well as findings of the current studies in education: RISE Programme in Indonesia, Improving Teacher Performance and Accountability (KIAT Guru), and Innovation for Indonesia's School Children (INOVASI).