The Challenges of the Freedom to Learn as Students and Teachers are Bored with Learning from Home

 

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Speaker: Florischa Ayu Tresnatri
Date: Monday, 20 July 2020
Time: 09.00 - 12.00
Venue: Zoom

Contact Person: Novita Eka Syaputri (Communication Officer - RISE Programme in Indonesia) - nsyaputri@smeru.or.id

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RISE Programme researcher, Florischa Ayu Tresnatri, presented the Programme's policy note on recovering learning losses as schools reopen in Indonesia in the Teacher Learns webinar series themed "The Challenges of the Freedom to Learn as Students and Teachers are Bored with Learning from Home". This event was organised by the Directorate of Professional Education and Mentorship of Teachers and Education Personnel (P3GTK) under the Directorate General of GTK of the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia.

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