Teachers as driving forces in transforming students’ learning process

School students have characteristics that differ from one another, such as their learning styles and self-development requirements, with some being either passive or active while some taking the initiative and others needing encouragement. Each student also has unique potential and abilities, so teachers need to be thoughtful in identifying and understanding their development, learning needs, […]

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Madam Literacy looks to spark interest in reading in border areas

Madam Literacy of Sambas district, West Kalimantan, Yunisa Satono, has said that she is committed to encouraging and increasing people’s interest in reading on the Indonesia-Malaysia border. “Sambas is a border area between Indonesia and Malaysia. We are often considered an underdeveloped border region. From now on, let’s remove that stigma by opening the window […]

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Vocational education targeted for 80 percent of productive-aged people

The government targets 80 percent of Indonesian people in the productive age group to have partaken in vocational education and training by 2024 to optimize the country’s demographic bonus. “Vocational education and training are very important to create superior and competitive human resources, considering that Indonesia will have a demographic bonus that has to be […]

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Navy Jazz Traffic Festival showcases military equipment for education

Hopefully, through the educational attempt, more people will be interested in enlisting with the Navy. Malang, E Java (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Navy’s military armament system (Alutsista) exhibition held at the Navy Jazz Traffic Festival in Malang district, East Java province, provided an educational experience to the community. The exhibition was visited by approximately two […]

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Digital disruption reformats industry, economy: Minister of SOEs

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Erick Thohir said digital disruption would reformat the industry and economy. “The presence of digital disruption will reformat much industry and economy,” said Erick Thohir in a written statement received here on Sunday. The minister underlined the fact that seven out of  10 largest companies in the […]

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SOEs provide scholarships to 7,700 Islamic boarding school students

State-owned Enterprises (SOEs) provided scholarships to 7,700 santri (students of Islamic boarding schools) in a bid to develop human resources in several Islamic schools in Indonesia. “We hope that through these scholarships, the standard of Islamic education or schools can match with private and public schools,” Minister of SOEs Erick Thohir stated here on Thursday. […]

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