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Alternative strategies for primary education in Indonesia

Dean T. Jamison

Alternative strategies for primary education in Indonesia

a cost-effectiveness analysis.

by Dean T. Jamison

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Published by Graduate School of Business, Stanford University in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Primary -- Indonesia.,
  • Educational innovations -- Indonesia.,
  • Education -- Cost effectiveness.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesResearch paper -- no. 46, Research paper (Stanford University. Graduate School of Business) -- no. 46.
    ContributionsStanford University. Graduate School of Business.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 78 leaves.
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21664993M

    36 Critical Literacy: Enhancing Students’ Comprehension of Text that we use to teach critical literacy strategies, and another that we use to teach critical literacy lessons in which students apply the strategies. These are followed by descriptions of critical literacy strategies and their classroom applications. Finally, we discuss how toFile Size: KB. Knowledge Management in Education in Indonesia: An Overview Nikolaus Salo, M. Ed Abstract-Our era hic and nunc was known as “knowledge era”, “knowledge community” or “knowledge society”. The reason is that knowledge has become the central of this era. The File Size: 1MB.   Teachers doing research in Indonesia, particularly in Central Sulawesi Context, is a new phenomena. This movement has been initiated by government in s for Junior secondary school teachers. To date, Indonesian government issues the regulation that promotes more teachers to engage with research, specifically Classroom Action Research (CAR).Author: Mukrim Thamrin. A new learning model that has attracted the attention of Indonesian people is OpenCourse Ware (OCW). This study discusses the concept of OCW as an alternative means of delivering educational services to improve and broaden innovative distance education in Indonesia. It first reviews the underlying philosophy of OCW, followed by its history in the Indonesian education system.


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