The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) is holding a webinar on Indonesia’s international education potential
, 27 May. This will look at what Australia’s education providers can do in Indonesia, post COVID-19.
"Some institutions and businesses have seen an opportunity and patiently
created a presence offshore, including in Indonesia. So how can
Indonesia be part of the sector’s recovery? What are the key challenges
faced in capturing opportunities in the country? Will the impact of
COVID19 force a re-think in a sector that has been struggling with
market diversity? How can successfully
navigate those challenges?" From Indonesia’s international education potential, AIC, 2020
As it happens I spoke at an international education conference
in Yogyakarta, last December about one way Austrlaian higher educiaon instutions could provide training in Indonesia, do this, with blended leanring. The idea is internional students work in cross-cultural teams online and in person, as is already done at ANU in Canberra:
Blend and Flip for Teaching Communication Skills to Final Year
International Computer Science Students, Tom Worthington, 2018 IEEE
International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for
Engineering (TALE). In Press. Preprint and Presentation notes available.
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