Future Learning

Future Learning

10:00 - 10:30Preparing Students For Life After High School

How are educators preparing our students for life after high school? Do students have the hard skills, do they have the soft skills, do students have the life skills, and most importantly, do they know to apply them in real-life scenarios? While most schools excel at preparing students for final exams, not all schools provide fundamental training for students to enter the new age workforce or life. Chung Man will investigate the future skillsets and practical strategies teachers can implement in the classroom. This talk will uncover lessons from the world's first traveling high school on their unique experiences to prepare our students to transition into the real world. THINK Global School is a ground-breaking high school offering students in grades ten through twelve a once-in-a-lifetime international educational experience through place- and project-based learning.

Language : English

Topic : Curriculum

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10:30 - 11:00Post Covid-19 Pandemic Challenge: How to transform a learner’s passive mindset and unleash the super hero within?

The post COVID-19 pandemic has come up with its own unique set of challenges for educators. This workshop will endeavour to explore different strategies in these challenging times by which educators can bring in a sea of change in the mindsets of their learners and thereby catapult them into discovering the super hero within. This will empower learners to experiment, to innovate and will inculcate a love for lifelong learning even when the going gets tough. So, by providing our learners the necessary guidance towards adopting a progressive and a positive mindset, it will enable them to be more productive, efficient and resilient as they embark on taking up challenging careers during these post pandemic times.

Language : English

Topic : Early Years

Speaker:
  • Raj Thaosen | Program Leader & Cambridge International Coordinator, Beacon Academy

11:30 - 12:00How Mindful is Your Class?

Mindfulness is the act of paying attention to direct experience in the present moment and conducted without judgement. It can help you better understand how you feel and what you are experiencing. It is about being aware of the present moment, and when it is used practically in the classroom, it helps students to be aware of their own feelings and be ready to learn. Often said, mindfulness helps children and adults in understanding themselves and be better. Some schools claim to use mindfulness in the curriculum, but has the mindfulness practice been embodied in the classroom learning? How can teachers use mindfulness strategies and ideas in class in order to help students excel in their learning? This hands-on presentation will share mindfulness practice in the classroom and the benefits for students. Teachers, educators and parents of early years, primary and secondary levels are highly welcomed to join this session in order to experience and advantage mindfulness in lives.

Language : English

Topic : Wellbeing

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12:30 - 13:00Fostering A Culture of Literacy at School

4 years ago, there were data findings regarding interest in reading & the number of student visits to the library. The higher the grade, the interest in reading & the frequency of visits decreases. To solve these problems, we did a few things, which went well. In 2020, when the pandemic hit, we decided three things to ensure literacy activities continued: 1. Conduct activities during Bulan Bahasa, online; 2. There are reading & writing activities every morning before class starts; 3. Using a reading app: Get Epic! for students to read & write the books' summary. We also published the students' written works. After 2 years, the progress of our literacy activities is increasingly visible. Students enthusiastically read books with a fantastic total number of books! In 2020 & 2021, we received an active literacy school award & this year, we also received an award from Nyalanesia-MURI as a school that consistently produces and publishes written works.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Early Years

Speaker:
  • Dewi Iswari Puspitawati | Partnership & Networking Coordinator (Former Principal of Primary Level), Elyon Christian Primary School Surabaya

13:00 - 13:30School Transformation: Moving the school community towards meaningful inclusive education

In This presentation, I will elaborate how inclusive education at our schools initially started, its implementation & struggles, the development and the future of communities that promote meaningful inclusive education. The outcome of applying inclusion after more than a decade in our schools will be explained during this presentation. Two effective programs that have been recently made in the school as outcome of continuous inclusive community, which are named the Student Learning Support & Special Parent Support Group, will also be shown.

Language : English

Topic : Learning Environment

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13:30 - 14:00Reflective Teaching: Is It a Solution for Improving Teaching Quality?

Education is not about transferring knowledge to students, but it must allow them to grow and develop their skills. Therefore, education is supposed to consist of values provoking learners to understand ‘how to think, what to think and why we think’ (Kolb, 2015). In fulfilling this, reflective teaching can be a choice for teachers because they can be more critical of their ways in taking teaching approaches to achieve educational aims for instance. Teacher is also responsible for educational process in every aspect of learning such as instructional method, curriculum, or materials. Therefore, teachers are supposed to do reflection to promote better quality in their teaching. In his book, Dewey (1997) mentioned that we do not learn so much from experience as we do from reflecting on our experience (Dewey, 1997). Based on his thought, without reflection, teachers and students will never learn from own experience. Consequently, their learning will probably meaningless and less values.

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

Speaker:
  • Popi Rosepti | Graduate Student, Universitas Islam Internasional Indonesia

14:30 - 15:00Preparing University Graduates to face Industry 5.0 Era

I am going to present my experiences on The need to strengthen students to face Industry 5.0 Era and how we as an educator give them tools to increase their employability after their graduation from University. Furthermore I will share my experiences on how to increase innovation and productivities of University by building business incubators and market space in the University level so that students can practice their enterpreneurial skill during their studies in the University. I will also explain how to increase students confident by asking them to write an international scopus indexed journal or seminars that can boost their confident to compete in the industry 5.0 era.

Language : English

Topic : Curriculum

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15:00 - 15:30Entrepreneurship as a Skillset

Ravi Chauhan, Director of Product and Marketing at 8billionideas, will take us through an approach to teaching and learning entrepreneurship that emphasises the transferrable value of the skillset it embeds. He'll demonstrate how entrepreneurship can lead to better career and life outcomes for learners after education.

Language : English

Topic : Digital / eLearning

Speaker:
  • Ravi Chauhan | Director of Design and Marketing, 8billionideas

16:00 - 16:30The misconception of Guidance and Counseling in schools vs ideals

Misconceptions are understandings that are contrary to scientifically proposed concepts that are influenced by factors or everyday experiences. In the implementation of BK services in schools, initially it was held with an unclear pattern, the unclear pattern that had to be applied had an impact on the poor image of guidance and counseling in its gradual development, resulting in misconceptions about the implementation of BK , various criticisms emerged as a form of disappointment over the performance of the BK teacher so that misunderstandings, negative perceptions and misconceptions drag on. The misunderstanding occurred considering that BK services in a relatively long time have been widespread, especially in schools, throughout the country. Misunderstandings need to be prevented from spreading, and rectified if desired so that guidance and counseling services run and develop properly in accordance with scientific principles.

Topic : Wellbeing

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10:00 - 10:30The importance of parents engagement in boosting the students' academic performance

OECD report 2018 shown that parents support is one of three key reasons to achieve academic excellence. And World Bank Report 2017 shown 90% of parents in Indonesia only participate once (or never) in their child’s class activities. This is obviously a big concern, and we can only assume that this is the major reason why Indonesia PISA score is always on the bottom list. With the pandemic situation, parents are “forced” to be involved and schools have no choice but to ensure that the parents are fully engaged to their kids’ learning. It leaves a big gap in many schools on how to effectively engage their parents for a positive outcome to ensure that their involvement will boost their kids’ academic performance and how the teachers and all school’s stakeholders can play a part in this initiative.

 

Language : English

Topic : Leadership and Management

Speaker:
  • Haifa Segeir | Director/Chairperson, ASK Consulting/New Zealand School Jakarta/Indonesia International School Association

10:30 - 11:00Designing Philosophy Lessons for High School Students

Philosophy can be introduced early to students. This session will showcase an example of a lesson plan that is aimed to engage high school students to think philosophically, get them to inquire about an issue through a series of questions and eventually read a brief philosophical article. The flow of the lesson follows a constructivist classroom. Teachers take into account students' everyday thinking about an issue before situating them in a philosophical context. The class will wrap up with students writing down the takeaway from the class and how it can transfer to other situations.

Topic : Curriculum

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11:00 - 11:30The benefits of coaching as an employee development method

The presentation will contain the explanation of research results on the topic “Benefits of Coaching as a Method of Employee Development at SIT Nurul Fikri” which is intended to identify the benefits of coaching as a method of developing employees from the perspective of the Coach (leader) and HR team) and Coachee (employees). This research hypothesizes is some benefits are felt by employees as coaches and leaders and the HR team as coaches with various forms of benefit variations. This study involved 39 respondents with 30 coachees (employees) and nine coaches (leaders and HR Team) who had undergone at least 1 (one) coaching session. This research is quantitative research with a survey research method with the result that 100% of respondents get and feel the benefits of coaching as an employee development method.

Topic : Leadership and Management

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11:30 - 12:00Literacy and Numeracy Begins at Home

My talk will discuss about: 1. Students development phase (early childhood and elementary stage) 2. The development theory by Jean Piaget and Vygotsky 3. Ki Hajar Dewantara philosophy 4. The role of parents and adults to introduce, stimulate and improve children's literacy and numeracy skills from early years of life. 5. Literacy and numeracy as the skills to survive in the future for our children.

Topic : Early Years

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12:30 - 13:00Promoting Digital Community of Practices to Attains 21st Century Skills

The current higher education curriculum emphasizes collaboration between academia and industry to present experiential learning environments for higher education students. One of the strategies we use to support learning environments is to provide students access to a community of practices (CoP), a group of people with common expertise and concern, enabling sharing of practices between members in various forms. In this presentation, we will discuss the potential of a CoP in supporting higher education. We presented a case study of the integration of CoP in the User Experience Design Course, where students not only attain competence and skills from lecturers through a university course but also through their interaction with industry experts and alumni networks in the established CoP. We presented a Lesson Learned and a Roadmap of our efforts which hopefully can be helpful for other educators to implement or improves the strategy in their respective case.

Language : English

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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13:00 - 13:30Integrating the UN SDGs into our day to day

During this presentation, I will discuss the importance of relevant, authentic learning experiences that can engage and motivate students to take action through the UN SDGs (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals). How educators can easily add the goals as part of student learning engagement. 

Language : English

Topic : Motivation / Coaching

Speaker:
  • Maria Tiffany Thee | Year 1 Coordinator and Leading Class Teacher, Tunas Muda School Meruya

13:30 - 14:00Strengthening Pancasila Character Education Towards the Golden Generation in the Era of Human Society 5.0

Character education is an effort to instill intelligence in thinking, appreciation in the form of attitudes, and practice in the form of behavior that is in accordance with the values of Pancasila which is the identity of the Indonesian nation, needs to be developed and realized by all elements of the Indonesian nation at the level of basic education - higher education. However, there are still phenomena in society that deviate from Pancasila character education. Facing era 5.0, it is necessary to strengthen character education as a response to digitalization in human life, thus enabling students, and all components of education to be able to utilize existing technology wisely and not to deviate from the values of Pancasila. The positive impact of digitalization is that humans can easily communicate. The negative impact can make humans have individualistic traits. Therefore, it is important to strengthen Pancasila Character Education.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Higher Education / Vocational

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14:30 - 15:00Cultural Heritage Virtual Learning for Young People

Many young people are not familiar with cultural and historical tourism. In fact, a great nation is a nation that can preserve its culture. Moreover, there are many cultural artifacts and national heritage that are hundreds of years old in Indonesia, which are now experiencing limitations such as weathering and fragility, so it is necessary to physically limit tourist visits. Therefore, it is necessary to innovate cultural tourism that is full of creativity by utilizing technology. One of them is presenting virtual learning on several cultural tourism objects in Indonesia. The material presented this time discusses several forms of virtual tours that describe cultural tourism objects in Indonesia and the world. In the realm of communication science, the phenomenon of presenting real tourism objects in virtual form can be explained through The Construction of Social Reality Theory which was coined by Peter Burger and Thomas Luckmann (1966).

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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15:00 - 15:30How Individuals With Autism Contribute To Zero Waste Management ?

Founded in 2010, Sekolah Alam Medan (SAM) or Medan School of Nature is the first school for autistic teenagers in Medan - North Sumatra, Indonesia with mission to stop climate change towards low carbon future and in the same time to reduce inequalities by empowering the special needs teens by projects, workshop and education. We provide an environmentally sustainable education model and equip students with the life skills – driven by earth friendly practices – that will have a positive impact through greater independence gained. SAM classrooms are made from bamboo and the school motto is Kindness for All, means kindness to be extended to all people with and without special needs as well as the environment.

Topic : Early Years

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16:00 - 16:30Andragogy approach to adult learning

Andragogy is a model of the learning process of students consisting of adults. Andragogy is also referred to as the technology of involving adults in learning. The learning process can occur well if learning methods and techniques involve students. Self-involvement (student ego) is the key to success in adult learning. For this reason, educators should be able to help students to: (a) define their learning needs, (b) formulate learning objectives, (c) participate in taking responsibility for planning and compiling learning experiences, and (d) participate in evaluate the process and results of learning activities. Thus, every educator must involve students as optimally as possible in learning activities. Learning activities in adult education are still the most efficient and acceptable learning activities and are dynamic and flexible tools in helping adults learn.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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09:30 - 10:00Cyberbullying and Digital Footprints in Social Media among Gen-Z

Increasingly sophisticated technology can read and map our habits just by reading the traces we leave behind. The convenience of technology also turns out to have a side that we need to be aware of, namely our traces in cyberspace or digital footprints. This digital footprint also forms and perpetuates a picture of who we are in the digital world, which can be more detailed than we imagine. No matter what we do online, it is important for us to know what kind of footprint we are leaving, and what effect it will have on us in the future. An understanding of how to maintain a good digital footprint is necessary for all digital users, especially the younger generation who are often the targets and perpetrators of cyber bullying. By knowing and understanding it, the younger generation will be able to choose the right steps in interacting in an increasingly developing virtual world.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Digital / eLearning

Speaker:
  • Xenia Angelica Wijayanto | Head of Centre for Publication, Head of Centre for Intellectual Property, Institut Komunikasi dan Bisnis LSPR

10:00 - 10:30Prevent Cyber Bullying in Children, Anti Hoax Can Protect Privacy and Data Personal

The rise of cyberbullying that often occurs in children and adolescents. Cyberbullying is all forms of violence experienced or carried out through the internet world with the help of technology. Cyberbullying often occurs on social media, especially WhatsApp and Facebook, such as uploading pictures or videos to embarrass others, sending mocking messages and spreading rumors. Dika gave a message to parents that they need to supervise children in their daily internet use and provide understanding for children about personal data that should not be spread on the internet, be careful when communicating with people they don't know on the internet, and teach them to be internet wise.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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10:30 - 11:00Active engagement in classroom and bringing back the classroom spirit

Sharing ideas on how to bring back the joy of learning (STEM) Physics for High school students and keep them actively engaged in learning. Demonstrating interesting hands-on for all the participants and showing how to trigger love for learning in our students.

Language : English

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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11:00 - 11:30Developing Student Voice and Choice through Club Activities

I will share how we make a program for students to develop their interest and talent in school through Club activities. My students will share their experience in Club from making a new club and make a program together.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Learning Environment

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13:00 - 13:30Communication and Intercultural Competences: FPT’s Study Tour

The purpose of Education is to turn mirrors into windows, to help students and learners of all ages to accumulate practical skills for their future in the real world. One of the most important skills of all in this day and age is Communication and Intercultural Competences. • Communication here refers to the ability to interact with other people and to express oneself effectively. Intercultural Competences can take students to another level of communication. In this world of globalization, of cultural-hotpots and intercontinental businesses, it is crucial for learners to understand how they can maneuver and work with people from different cultures. • To provide students with such skills and the opportunities to harness these skills, FPT Education Global has designed the Study Tour program, for students to experience a truly international educational space. They will be able to communicate and interact with different cultures and customs. Eventually, through such interactions and other experiential activities, learners can substantially develop and enhance their personal capacity.

Topic : Learning Environment

Speaker:
  • Nhung Huynh | International Mobility Coordinator, FPT University

13:30 - 14:00Achievers Advance Study - The other way to advance students' competence

The presentation is about how the students advance their Competence over Competition

Language : English

Topic : Learning Environment

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14:00 - 14:30Understanding Media Consumption Patterns, Communication and Career Pathways in Generation Z

Media, culture, and society influence each other. So media consumption will have a direct and indirect impact on people's daily lives themselves. Likewise, the pattern of media consumption in Generation Z (born between 1996-2010), will affect their communication behavior, up to their career development process. The purpose of the research that will be socialized in this presentation is to provide understanding to teachers, lecturers, and also parents in providing support to their children who were born as Generation Z.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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14:30 - 15:00Art & Writing as Self Therapy

Why do we need art and writing as therapy? Because nowadays, anyone can have mental health problems because of the high pressures in life. Art and writing therapy can be categorized as an activity that applies an approach to mental health that generally aims to make us feel relaxed and can relieve stress. Some art therapy activities can be done through drawing, painting, music, making sculptures, etc and the activities for example are making doodles, simple pictures, and paint using pencils, pens, watercolors, acrylic paints, or oil paints on paper, cloth, canvas, or any media. While writing therapy can be done by writing daily journals, poetry, short stories, novels, articles, song lyrics, and others. This art & writing therapy will make us more relaxed and in the end, can make us more focused and calm. The art and writing therapy can be done individually or in groups.

Language : Bahasa

Topic : Music / Performing Arts / Sports

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15:30 - 16:00Open Schooling from reality to necessity

Now the common object is to encourage every student to discover their amazing abilities to discover and develop various skills and potentials, so that he or she becomes a professional in a different area of ​​expertise. Our activity, as teachers is to highlight the inner characteristics of students, To encourage skills, share knowledge, organize projects such as the STEAM project. The activities we do, at least must be interesting and innovative. This topic aims to initiate the younger generation with scientific research methods. In terms of the expected results, students at the end of the activity are not discouraged in the face of failure but try to try new solutions to develop the implementation of the didactic model of the new technology, motivate learning science and mathematics, create opportunities to engage and compare with other students even in context.

Language : English/Bahasa

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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16:00 - 16:30What makes a good teacher great?

One of the most important factor determining the quality of the education a child receives is the quality of his teacher. We all know that teaching is one of the most complicated jobs in the world. It demands broad knowledge of subject matter, curriculum, enthusiasms, a caring attitude, classroom management, a love of learning, and most importantly a desire to make a difference in the lives of young people.

Language : English

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

Speaker:
  • Hendro Widjaya | ANPS Chairman and Superintendent, Bina Bangsa School