The position will commence in Term 1, 2020. Please see the attached expression of interest or contact Andrew Rankin at email@example.com or on 9973 1439 for more information.
Expressions of interest are invited from teachers interested in a career opportunity relieving in the position of Indonesian/HSIE teacher from 28 January to 9 April 2020 (Term 1).
Evans River Community School is a K-12 school with an enrolment of 550 students, including 17% Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and services a community experiencing a high level of socio-economic disadvantage.
The school opened in May 2000 and has a strong sense of community. A committed, cohesive and experienced staff is supported by an active school community. The school is located approximately 30km south of Ballina.
The successful applicant will be expected to be committed to the K-12 nature of the school. Further information about the school is available from www.evansriver.nsw.edu.au
An expression of interest addressing the criteria, of no more than 2 A4 pages in length, should be submitted to Jenny Hart, Deputy Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm on Friday 29 November 2019.
Approval to teach Indonesian and/or skills and experiences in Yr7-10 HSIE with well-established classroom management skills.
Expressions of interest require the signature of the applicant’s current principal or supervisor.
For further information contact Jenny Hart on 02 66826666 or at email address email@example.com
Ida Harsojo from the NSW School of Languages is seeking feedback regarding the support/assistance KJRI/KBRI can provide to Indonesian teachers to promote Indonesian in their schools in preparation for a meeting with Education Attache from KBRI, Canberra, Bpk Imran Hanafi.
Some examples may include:
- Pelangi program to fund dancers to go to schools
- teacher assistance
- university students to help schools voluntarily
- funding for small senior classes
- seed funding (3-years) for primary language programs
- Indonesian garden.
Please email Ida Harsojo by 14 November 2019 with your suggestions.
National Australia Indonesia Language Awards (NAILA) is running a national speech competition for primary and secondary schools to promote proficiency in the Indonesian language. The speech theme for 2019 is the ‘Environment’, with $10,000 prize money to be won.
Registrations close on Monday 30 September 2019.
For more information, please contact Levina Risdya on 0439 779 846.
The Indonesian Language Learning Ambassadors Program will connect Australian schools with Australia Awards recipients currently studying education courses in top-tier universities across Australia. The program offers a simple way for schools to advance students Indonesian language skills with the help of an Indonesian Language Learning Ambassador by:
- engaging students with Indonesia
- explaining what it means to be a global citizen in 2019
- helping students to connect what they learn in the classroom with future education and career pathways.
This opportunity is open to all Australian schools and does not require the Indonesian language to be offered at your school. AEF will provide participating schools with support to plan school visit programs, including a pre-program briefing as required.
Who: Primary and secondary schools
When: Terms 3 and 4
Registrations close 13 September 2019. Register here.
For more information contact Jessica Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org or download the information flyer here.
Save the date! Wednesday 4 September.
ACT Indonesian teachers are planning to bring "Michael J School Concerts in Oz" to Canberra in 2019. If you are in a NSW public school, you may like to consider joining us.
The National Gallery of Australia will also be exhibiting "Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia" at the same time – a huge exhibition of contemporary Indonesian art. (Some of us are currently working with the NGA to create language-based resources/activities to go with the exhibition.)
Combining the two events would make an excellent day trip for students in NSW. Save the date in your school calendars now!
For more details: email@example.com
The Australian Indonesian Youth Association (AIYA) is hosting Malam Trivia 2018, a fun night of trivia where your knowledge of Australia and Indonesia is tested to give you an opportunity to win great prizes. This event includes food and beverage, so bring along your friends.
Date and time: Sunday 25 November 2018, 6-9pm
Venue: Forest Lodge Hotel 117 Arundel Street, Forest Lodge
Tickets: $25 (non members), $20 (AIYA members)
The Languages and Culture team is seeking teachers of Indonesian from NSW public schools to present at the Indonesian Teachers’ Conference, on Friday 2 November 2018 at Sydney University.
The theme of the conference is Kinerja kita, Semangat kita
We are seeking presenters for workshops including:
Please see the attached form for further details.
Teachers are welcome to express an interest in presenting more than one workshop. Please note that applications must be submitted by no later than 5pm on Monday 15 October 2018 to allow adequate time for planning and editing.
All final presentations must be submitted by 5pm Friday 26 October 2018.
Non-departmental teachers are also invited to present – please contact Merryl Wahlin if you teach in the independent or Catholic school sectors and would like to express your interest.
For further information, please contact Maxine Acosta, Language Officer on 9266 8540.
Australia-Indonesia Youth Association (AIYA) NSW is organising school visits to promote Indonesian studies among high school students in the greater Sydney area in early August 2018.
Activities may include but are not limited to:
1. NCP scholars/Mobility Program participants sharing their experiences studying in Indonesia and providing information on the scholarship/program
2. Trivia quiz on Indonesia
3. Cultural performance and learning Indonesian dances or how to play Indonesian musical instruments or dance.
Exact date and suggestion on activities are to be discussed with individual schools.
This program is limited to 2 schools only this year. If interested, please complete the expression of interest via the following Google Form link: https://goo.gl/forms/gCDDwW3at9FdZ3nE3
Any enquiries should be directed to Febe Amelia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Battaglini, Indonesian teacher at Melrose High School in Canberra, is organising a unique opportunity for Indonesian teachers and students in Years 6 to 12.
Indonesian Idol, Michael J, has been booked to perform a concert for students studying Indonesian in the ACT and surrounding regions. The concert will be held at Melrose High School on Wednesday 15 August from 11:00am to 12:15pm.
Please send your official booking form (below) directly to the Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth (BBIP). They will then inform Rebecca of booking numbers. BBIP will invoice your school directly for the tickets you have booked ($10 per student).
Please note: The form is an official booking form - you are making a commitment to purchase these tickets.
Any enquires should be directed to Rebecca at Rebecca.Battaglini@ed.act.edu.au
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