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Science education in Indonesia: past, present, and future

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Authors
FaisalMartin, Sonya N
Issue Date
2019-04-25
Publisher
Springer Open
Citation
Asia-Pacific Science Education, 5(1):4
Keywords
Science educationIndonesiaHistoryScience teacher education
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to describe pre- and in-service science teacher education and science education research in Indonesia in an effort to better inform the international science education community about historical developments and present challenges. We begin by providing an historical overview of the general education system to provide readers with context needed to understand current reform initiatives. Next we describe the current-day process for preparing and certifying science teachers and we describe some of the challenges facing teachers, students, and researchers in Indonesias science education context today. We follow this discussion with an introduction to some existing professional organizations for teachers and researchers in Indonesia that are working to develop important channels for disseminating current research on teacher practice, curriculum innovation, and student learning that have the potential to positively influence on teaching and learning in the future. We conclude by highlighting some areas that would benefit from additional research and by inviting more international collaborative research initiatives with colleagues in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
ISSN
2364-1177
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/153249
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1186/s41029-019-0032-0
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