The AEF is in the process of curating online materials to support teachers implementing the Australian Curriculum: Indonesian language http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/languages/indonesian/context-statement
As with all other learning areas we are in the process of creating online digital resource lists to support teachers.
We would like to invite you to share online resources and APPS that you use in your Indonesian language classroom. At this link https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10hXKRqqkg2ZyWL3qFO1b4X0YC9cQ_wQNko1xCmyWuyA/edit?usp=sharing you will be able to edit a google doc to add your suggestions.
These materials will then be collated into scoop.it lists (view example http://www.scoop.it/t/indonesia-by-asia-education-foundation) and shared via our Indonesian language page.
We look forward to your contributions.
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Calling all trivia buffs! Why not get a table of teachers together and join in the AIYA's Malam Trivia on Saturday 25 October? Questions will be 50-50 about Australia and Indonesian and topics covered include history, pop culture, geography, film and more! Food and drinks are included and there are some great prizes to be won.
See the flyer below for more details and visit https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aiya-nsw-malam-trivia-2014-tickets-13305411845 to book your tickets now!
A reminder that applications to join the 2015 Australia-Indonesia BRIDGE Project close on 31 October 2014.
The BRIDGE Project is an innovative education project which funds visits by Indonesian teachers to Australian schools and supports the development of school e-twinning and an online collaborative curriculum strategy between Australian and Indonesian schools.
Project outcomes include the development of professional and personal relationships between Australian and Indonesian teachers, collaboration between students in Indonesia and Australia using online tools, and the creation of partnership Wikispaces to share student work.
For more information and to start the online application process visit the AEF's website at http://www.asiaeducation.edu.au/teachers/bridge_school_partnerships/indonesia_bridge.html
Learn how to write HSC-style exams. Work with other Indonesian teachers to create a bank of exam items that can be used to put together a Trial HSC exam. Please see the attached flyer with more information.
Contact: Ms Ilian Yang
T: (02) 9381 4902
The Cultural Infusion Culture in Education program promotes cultural harmony, wellbeing and engagement with the arts through the delivery of a range of school programs, including: school incursions, multicultural all day programs, concerts, tours, interactive workshops, artist-in-residencies, youth and training programs. Next year, 2 Indonesian specific workshops will be offered to schools. For more information including programs and tour dates, visit the Cultural Infusion website at http://culturalinfusion.org.au/ or click on the images below.
Applications are now open for government schools wishing to host a French, German or Indonesian Teaching Assistant in 2015.
What is the Teaching Assistants Program?
Each year, the NSW Department of Education and Communities, in conjunction with the Ministries of Education in France and Germany, and the Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, invites NSW government schools to consider hosting a Teaching Assistant for one year. Five French, three German and one Indonesian Teaching Assistants take up their positions in their host schools from the beginning of each school year, after a two day induction and orientation program.There is no cost to the school in hosting the Teaching Assistant. The Teaching Assistants are appointed above-establishment in schools for three days per week.
There is no cost to the school in hosting the Teaching Assistant. The Teaching Assistants are appointed above-establishment in schools for three days per week.
What do they do?
Teaching Assistants team-teach with qualified languages teachers and take small groups for language skills
development and practice. Teaching Assistants may also support languages programs in clusters of schools.
What are the eligibility requirements?
Priority will be given to schools with face-to-face classes.
Secondary schools are eligible to apply if there are language classes in:
- three years from Years 7-10, or
- two years from Years 7-10 and face-to-face classes in Year 11 and/or Year 12.
Primary schools are eligible to apply if there are language classes for two hours per week, across two years from Kindergarten-Year 6.
Schools must nominate a qualified full-time permanent teacher to act as supervising teacher.
Priority will be given to schools which have not hosted a Teaching Assistant in the past three years.
How does my school apply?
Applications to host a Teaching Assistant are now advertised in SchoolBiz. Click on the links below to download:
- information flyer for additional details of the program
- application form to host a Teaching Assistant in 2015.
Applications close 15 October 2014.
For further information, please contact Marie-Ange Lewis, French Language Officer, on 02 9244 5573 or Marie.Lewis@det.nsw.edu.au
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