British Council and Microsoft work in partnership to deliver a series of policy dialogues in South East Asia countries from August 2014 – December 2015. The dialogue series brings together Microsoft’s world class reputation in using ICT in learning process, as well as British Council’s experience and expertise in working with schools to support global citizenship.
ASEAN Deep Learning Policy Series gathers policy makers and practitioners from the UK and South East Asia for policy and practices discussion and debate focusing on Deep Learning Skills.
The general purpose of the dialogue is to exchange knowledge and share information concerning education at school. It also aims to provide platform for collaborations among policy makers and practitioners.
Furthermore, the policy dialogue aims to:
Update policy makers and practitioners on the latest policy and current practices on Deep Learning Skills in ASEAN and UK
- Provide platform for collaboration for policy makers and practitioners to encourage links and policy and practices sharing around Deep Learning Skills
- Facilitate dialogue to produce a set of recommendation to encourage wider and scalable practices in embedding Deep Learning Skills in Indonesia
3 main themes discussed during the policy dialogue are:
- ICT in learning
- Global citizenship – 21st century skills – Indonesia’s perspective and readiness to compete with other countries in ASEAN and beyond
- Embedding character building in student’s learning inside and outside classrooms
All presentations in accordance with the event rundown can be downloaded through links below:
- Dominic Regester (British Council): 21st century skills for global citizens
- Dr. Baldev Singh (Imagine Education): Challenges and approaches to prepare young people in global economy
- Rob Ford (Crickhowell High School, Powys, Wales, UK): Challenges and opportunity developing global citizenship
- Barlin Hady Kesuma (SMPN 4 Samarinda, Indonesia): School activities to develop 21st century skills: experience from Indonesia
- Thieu Thi Minh Tam (Yen Hoa Secondary School, Hanoi, Vietnam): How to develop global citizens?
- Prof. Cher Ping Lim (The Hongkong Institute of Education): ICT in education for the ASIAN century
- J. Rosalina Kristyanti (USBI, Jakarta, Indonesia): Deep Learning Skills, the USBI way
- Saraa Suaib Hanafi (SMP Islam Al Azhar 9 Jakarta, Indonesia): 21st century learning design in SMP Islam Al Azhar 9 classrooms
- Budiarti (SDN Bubutan 4, Surabaya, Indonesia): Golden rules: a real action to build character