CONFERENCE THEME / TEMA KONFERENSI
Sama tapi beda: Inspiring Connections
(Perspectives in Indonesian Language Education)
What does this mean for ASILE 2020?
Our passion is the same but our
- learners are different – from early childhood to adults
- contexts are different – in Indonesia, in Australia, rural, metropolitan, public school, university, private tuition…
Our aim is the same but
- language has changed – negotiating changes in the useage of Indonesian while teaching ( bahasa baku, bahasa non-baku)
- language research has changed – what are new methodologies and how do we apply them?
- mandates are different – the Australian Curriculum, state curriculum…
- learners are changing – how is the learner of 2020 different? what motivates them? how do we engage them?
- technology is constantly changing and evolving – how do we harness it for language teaching?
Imaginative experience and creativity
Engaging with the imaginative experience.
The creative curriculum;.
Assessment and evaluation
Innovative approaches to language learning
Intercultural Language Learning in Practice
Language variation and change.
Language and culture in context
Research and practice.
Integrated practice such as the Australian Curriculum’s Cross Curriculum Priorities and General Capabilities.
Integrating content knowledge and skills from other learning areas
Sharing Toolkits: tools to . . .
Workshop sessions focussing on tools for Indonesian Language teaching at all levels, for example
Tools to talk
Tools to explore
Tools to engage
Examples Flipgrid, Wakelet, Google Tour Creator, AR/VR
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM
Academics, research students and practitioners at all levels (primary, secondary, tertiary, adult education) involved in the teaching of Indonesian language in Australia, Indonesia and other parts of the world.
- Workshops (practical hands on) 90 minutes
- Lectures, Presentations and Papers 45 minutes
- Panel discussions
- Poster sessions
Keynote speakers invited from Australia and Indonesia (More information available soon!)