ACICIS Study Indonesia: Indonesia From the Ground Up (IFGU)

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Indonesia from the ground up! (IFGU) is an initiative designed to provide Australian educators with a comprehensive educational experience of Indonesia. Its initial development was funded by the National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Prog... read more

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Indonesia from the ground up! (IFGU) is an initiative designed to provide Australian educators with a comprehensive educational experience of Indonesia. Its initial development was funded by the National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Program (NALSSP). It will:

- provide a high-quality guided immersion experience of contemporary Indonesian society and culture, its history, and its political and social issues;
- give principals, senior school administrators, and teachers of studies of society and environment, English and the Arts, the skills and understanding to teach about Asia;
- inspire participants to serve as ‘Asia-advocates’ within their school and discipline communities;
- give participants the enhanced skills required to incorporate Asia-related materials into the Humanities and Social Science learning areas.
- The tour incorporates a variety of activities which should appeal to a broad range of participants. The itinerary has been formulated with a careful balance of theoretical and practical expereiences and is designed to challenge and confound stereotypes and cliché with respect to Australia’s nearest northern neighbour. The tour will bring Indonesia out of the textbook and into participants’ lived experience.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • January Term
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Indonesian/Malay Languages, Literature
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