Secondary English Education in Indonesian Context. By Didi Sukyadi Indonesia University of Education ASIA TEFL Conference Seoul, 27-29 July 2011. Purpose of The Talk. Provide a short overview of what happens at Secondary English Education in Indonesia
Indonesia University of Education
ASIA TEFL Conference
Seoul, 27-29 July 2011
1) Under MoNE Coordination
2) Under MoRA Coordination
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1) Objectives of each education unit, structure and content of the curriculum (subject matters, local content, learning load, mastery learning, movement to higher class and graduation, streaming, life skills, competitiveness-based education, academic calender and syllabus)
2) Syllabus: competence standard, basic competence (central government)
learning materials, learning activities, learning objectives, asssessment, time allotment and learning resources (by each school)
a) Adopting curricula used in OECD countries.
b) Using English as a medium of instruction for science subjects
c) Emphasizing the balance in the development of all learning domains (cognitive, affective, and pychomotoric domains)
d. Developing integrated curricula in terms of learning materials, competencies, values, attitudes, and behaviors.
e. Nurturing students to be able to think critically, creatively, and analytically, and have the ability to make a decision in learning.
f. Encouraging the schools to have apprenticeship programs in relevant fields
g. Emphasizing the ability to take advantage of information technology.
h. The best school in the district
h. Until 2009: We have 299 Junior Secondary, 321 Senior Secondary, and 295 Vocational Schoolswith the international standardslabel.