We develop this observation instrument to describe and investigate teaching practices of primary and secondary school teachers. The design of our instrument is drawn upon aspects of teaching from two national teacher evaluations and selected international observation instruments.
Pre-service Teacher Training
RISE Programme researcher Shintia Revina was appointed a speaker in the "Educating the Nation: 2020-2045" webinar organized by The Jakarta Post. In the discussion, Shintia discussed the efforts and challenges in improving the quality of Indonesian teachers.
Shintia is involved in RISE Programme's studies that examine teacher recruitment and teacher professional development.
This summer’s RISE Online Presentation Series continues the RISE tradition of gathering emerging scholarship that considers the learning crisis from an education systems perspective.
To evaluate how well particular education policies help schools conduct better learning, we develop Comprehensive Reading and Mathematics Assessment Tool (CERMAT), a student learning assessment (SLA) tool that can assess specifically the reading and mathematics skills of students in Grades 1–9.
To support the efforts to increase teacher competence to teach, educate, and inspire, RISE organized an education talk. This event served as a place for education practitioners to share their innovations in learning and their experiences as educators.
Teacher is the main pillar of education. Competent teacher plays an important role in generating optimal student learning outcome. Therefore, it is important to understand the challenges that teachers in Indonesia are facing today in developing their competencies, as well as the efforts to overcome those challenges.
RISE is conducting a long-term study to evaluate the impact of Subsidised Pre-Service Teacher Professional Education (PPG) Programme for Primary School Teacher Education (PGSD) on teacher candidates.