Lilian Budianto

English instructor, Sekolah Tinggi Filsafat Driyarkara

Lilian Budianto teaches English at Driyarkara School of Philosophy since 2015. She earns her Master's degree from the University of East Anglia, the UK, majoring in Language and Intercultural Communication. She previously worked as a journalist and was selected for Edward F. Murrow Press Fellowship in 2010. Her academic interests are language acquisition, cognition and learning design.
 
 
SPEAKER SESSIONS

Future Learning

15 September 2022 | 10:30 - 11:00 | Designing 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.