Future Learning

Future Learning

Essential workshops by educators for educators. Learn from the very best, experience real stories from schools and see students and teachers showcase themselves. These sessions are interactive and thought-provoking, looking at  innovations in teaching and will range from the latest trends in STEAM, Digital, SEN, VR, to showcasing sports, music and drama. 

10:00 - 10:30How to Start Writing for Beginner and Advance

Indonesia needs more writers to support students and readers who have to be encouraged. The books in Indonesia expensive because still doing import. And i believe there are lot of people love to be writer but they don’t know HOW. 

Language : English/Bahasa

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10:30 - 11:00Innovations in the Teaching of Simple Present Tense and Simple Past Tense Combined

Two most important tenses in English are simple present tense and simple past tense. The teaching of these 2 tenses has always been made separate. Usually it begins with simple present, the belief being that this is easier and earlier acquired; then this is followed by simple past, supposedly building on the first. The fact shows that despite teaching the 2 tenses in the said order, the teacher hasn't made students able to use these 2 tenses appropriately. Students tend to mix these 2 tenses up. The workshop will show that simple present and simple past are actually related and that, therefore, the teacher should teach these 2 tenses in a package. The workshop will show the teacher the innovative way of explaining simple present and simple past, then working on cases suggesting simple present and simple past, and finally contemplating on how this will work in their own teaching and classes.

Language : English/Bahasa

Speaker:
  • Ferry Antoni | Head of Academic Affairs | LB LIA Martadinata Bandung

11:00 - 11:30The importance of relationship

Raynaldo Djajasaputra, CEO, Smartbee

Language : Bahasa

11:30 - 12:00Effective Strategies in Learning English

As a lecturer who teaches English grammar every first and second semester to college students in campus, the researcher found out that most of the students, who have studied English since they were in the Primary School, didn’t understand how to use English tobe such as is, am, are, was, were, etc. As the researcher asked them, they said that English was so difficult to understand especially the when they learned about English Tenses. Most of them said that they were only told to memorize the English verbs especially the Irregular verbs and then they were asked to make sentences using those words. They also said that most of their English teachers when they were at schools seldom spoke English actively in the classroom. That was why their pronunciations in speaking English words were still passive. They were still shame to talk in English when the researcher asked them to use English actively in his English class. 

Language : English

Speaker:
  • Gunawan Tambunsaribu | Permanent Lecturer | Universitas Kristen Indonesia (Christian University of Indonesia)

12:00 - 12:30Workshop: Digitising Rural Schools

Getting the right Infra.
Bandwidth as an enabler to learning
Ways to maximise bandwidth and reduce traffic needed for content.
Digital tools and gadgets – making the right choice.
Pedagogy First and using bandwidth as a driver for digital pedagogy

Language : English

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12:30 - 13:00Promoting 4C to Develop Learners' Reading Skill in 21st Century Classroom

Do our students get the benefit of reading? Do they fully understand what they are reading? This workshop attempts to answer these question by exploring various reading strategies emphasize in Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication and Collaboration (4C) which eventually lead to the development of Higher Order Thinking Skills. In 21st Century reading classroom, learners are expected to be actively involved in the learning process from pre-reading activities to post-reading activities. However, different learners seem to approach reading tasks in different ways, and some of these ways appear to lead to a better comprehension than the other ones. In other words, it is a challenge for teachers to creatively choose strategies and promptly scaffold to hone learners’ reading skill as an effort of having sustainable learning process. In this session, there are 4 reading strategies; Treasure Hunt, Reading Pyramid, Reader’s Theatre, and Reading Circle, that will be delved into through hands on activities. Participants of this workshop will found out how each of this strategy stimulate learners’ 4C, how suggested pre-reading, reading and post-reading activities be used within the strategy, and how it will eventually improve learners’ skill in reading.

Language : English/Bahasa

Speakers:
  • Rizqi Khoirunnisa | Facilitator and Project Leader | Putera Sampoerna Foundation - School Development Outreach (SDO)
  • Yuanita Sapdani | Program Development Officer | Putera Sampoerna Foundation

13:00 - 13:30Character Education in Student Activities

Many cases of bullying, pornography and disciplinary behavior in the school environment to challenge the world of education today. Not to mention the case of violence that befell our fellow students to the teachers (guru.pen) be our reminder, that moral coaching needs to be more emphasized in every learning. Although we know, the trend that mushroomed and impressed forced now is the school more emphasis on the quantity of graduation and the quality of academic value than moral values. Student section is expected to be able to work and answer all forms of moral issues through activities that include character building through positive and fun student activities learning that tries the realm of skills, knowledge and moral of learners to form better student personality. Therefore, students avtivities involving the synergistic role of professional teachers, counselors, exciting student programs, supporting facilities along with other stakeholders are required to attend to make the school a second home with close cooperation with parents to continue to commit to meet the psychological needs and scholarship of students. The series of student activities should be able to present a modern and interesting learning and humanist communication approach, thus becoming a positive self-development medium and able to overcome the moral problems of learners.

Language : Bahasa

Speaker:
  • Dian Saputra | Vice Principal Student Affairs | Sekolah Lazuardi GIS-Cinere

13:30 - 14:00Harmonization of the Education Environment as the Student's Security Base in School

The educational environment becomes the public arena. Especially for students at school. Certainly by creating a safe environment will determine a situation that is conductive for students. No exception is the effort to keep the school environment away from bullying and violence. So the need to emerge a harmonious atmosphere both in terms of educational programs, curriculum, environment and security programs that support it all. Harmonization of educational environment not only as anticipation of bullying act, but also as effort of school to bring comfort to all component of school.

Language : Bahasa

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14:00 - 15:00The Role of Global Education in Confronting The 21st Century Challenges

Arief is an education expert and practitioner with experience as English Teacher, Headmaster, Chairman of School Advisory Board and Indonesia’s education development policy expert for more than 30 years. Appointed as the executive chairman of the Indonesian National
Commission to UNESCO (United Nations of Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Ministry of Education. He was also appointed as the executive board of UNESCO member in Paris, France from 2003 to 2007.

Language : Bahasa

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15:00 - 16:00Public Advocacy: Teachers and Students Protection

Heru Purnomo and Satriwan Salim, Chairman and Vice Chairman FSGI (Indonesian Teachers' Union Forum)

Language : Bahasa

16:00 - 16:30Future Ready Library

The PYP librarian roles in PYP is nurturing internationally-minded, lifelong learners and readers. Those roles are expanded more than either collection maintenance and development or circulation & reference service. Cikal Baca-Baca is how we called our library. The transformation of library function has challenged to the librarians because there were paradigm shift to move up from a conventional library to 21st Century Library. The spread of powerful mobile devices has put the World Wide Web at our fingertips. So, what changes of the horizon for...LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE. Students explore how the internet could give them amazing ways to collaborate with other people and subjects. However they do not realize about how much important of internet safety is as a lead to be digital citizenship. Being a good digital citizen is more than knowing their way around the web. It is about connecting and collaborating in ways they did not even know were possible and also give credits any information by citing sources. The library of 21st provides a welcoming space to collaborate, creative, explore, innovate among students, teachers and community by bringing physical and digital learning.

Language : Bahasa

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16:30 - 17:00Reproductive Health is Not Only a Science But Life Skills

Most teenagers are currently getting information about reproductive and sexual health from their peers or through the Internet. The impact of adolescent miscommunication on reproductive health education and sexuality results in increased negative issues, the most important thing is how we are able to provide reproductive health education to teenagers appropriately. Reproductive Health Education through education is a strategic answer to the issues related to reproduction health faced by adolescents today. In addition to fulfilling the right of adolescents to obtain correct and open information about reproductive health can also help youth to develop life skills to avoid "risky behaviour". Comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education is an urgent necessity for immediate delivery to adolescents. There is a need for systematic and sustained efforts and strategies for reproductive health education for adolescents to be implemented in schools. The Reproductive Health Education module is expected to be used as a reference for educators in disseminating knowledge, skills and developing attitudes, as well as responsible behaviour about efforts to improve reproductive health and comprehensive sexuality to adolescents.

Language : Bahasa

Speaker:
  • Desiree | Education and Communication Consultant | Speak Indonesia

09:30 - 10:00Education Technology: Where Do I begin?

Iskandar Rizal Hamzah, managing Director, Schoology

Language : English

10:00 - 11:00School IT Infrastructure

Importance of IT infrastructure, Backbone and Wireless Network, Now days technologies are very important especially in education sector as educator want to make sure that their student are equip with the latest technology knowledge. Mistake in setting up infrastructure can cause a lot of issue and will lead to low productivity and hard for educator to collect their resources. Technology grow in a very fast pace and a lot of different devices are created to fulfill the need of user, all these devices are now connected to a lot off software, apps, cloud and resources. By making sure your infrastructure are setup properly you will get a higher productivity from educator and also making it easy for educator to do their work.
Wireless in these days a very important and convenience, but you have to make sure that the setup up of wireless infrastructure are following to the usage. Let say if the school want to have a more nice setup where they have less wire mean most of the device have to be connected wireless this is where we need to make sure that the wireless access point can support the number devices connected to it. We also have to look at the latest technology specification and see the limitation of the technology.

 

Language : English/Bahasa

Speaker:
  • Syiaful Annuar | Network Engineer & IT Manager | Vientiane International School - Laos

11:00 - 12:00Strategies For Inquiry-Based Teaching to Build Learning Mindsets

To begin implementing inquiry-based teaching, a pedagogical approach that invites students to explore academic content by posing, investigating, and answering questions, your students need a learning mindset. Their interest level needs a boost to sustain focus and facilitate learning. How to stimulate inquisitive learning, even when the curriculum is prescribed?

Before students are able to complete independent inquiry projects, they need guided practice and effective strategies. In this interactive workshop, experienced High School English teacher Beata Mirecka-Jakubowska will demonstrate this guided practice and equip teachers with powerful strategies to help their students build an inquisitive, resilient and reflective learning mindset.

NOTE: To fully participate in this interactive workshop, please download the FLIPGRID app onto your phone from the Apple or Google Play store. Please bring headphones/ear buds as well. Other classroom materials will be provided.

Part 1 Learn by experience:
Participation in interactive guided practice 
Inquiry mindset
Reflection on mindset and dispositions

Part 2 Practice what you learn:
Participation in interactive application of strategies
Building learning power to stimulate inquisitive learning
Reflection on paradigm shift

Language : English

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12:00 - 12:30Powerful Exploratory Quest (PEQ): A Journey to Successful Creative Mathematics Teaching

As mathematics teacher, our main task is far more challenging than enabling students to answer mathematics test. As pointed out by Corey Drake in his quote, mathematics teaching should focus on developing students as mathematicians and infiltrating mathematical concepts into their mind. During my teaching experience, the reason behind uncreative and unmotivated teaching is mostly because of our vulnerability in the concept that we need to deliver in the class. We tend to ‘preach’ not teach. Students will see our mouth moving, but do not understand a thing. Their eyes start losing their souls to their wonderful land where they wish mathematics do not exist. So, how do we change our ways of teaching mathematics? The answer is in the Powerful Exploratory Quest (PEQ), a questioning technique to create a lesson full of exploring mathematical concepts both for the teachers and students.

Language : English/Bahasa

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12:30 - 13:00FLT (Flexible Learning Time) : Personalizing Learning in Science & Mathematics

There is increasing trend on education to implement personalized learning in classroom activity. Personalized learning is believed to be one of the way to improve student agency and responsibility on a certain subject. This year, our school uses Flexible Learning Time (FLT) on secondary level to personalized their learning experiences. During the FLT, certain level of freedom is given to students so they could manage their own subject schedule, it means that each student has different schedule and could master their topic based on their own pace. Since on Secondary level Math and Science are the least favorable subject, student tend to hold back on showing their best ability and efforts when working on the topic. Therefore, the FLT is implemented to bridge the gap between the student’s interest in learning Science and Math, with student’s agency and freedom. Even though it’s not always a smooth sailing, we noticed that student has more engagement in these subjects. They showed more eagerness to finish all of their assignments independently. One main points that we feel is stronger bond between teacher and student as we are working in smaller groups.

Language : English

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13:00 - 15:00Happy Teachers - Presentation and Q&A

Teacher actually is a profession. Teacher professionalism is closely related to teacher work management elements: how teachers make plans, then apply them by teaching in the classroom, then there should be an evaluation of the quality of learning day by day. If we believe that there are no stupid students, then we must believe that no teacher cannot teach in the classroom. The only problem is the teachers difficulty leading to the professional ladder.

Language : Bahasa

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15:00 - 15:30Access! - Every Student Deserves a Chance

Join us! We're leveraging technology and the power of community, providing students in need access to accredited, standards-based curriculum and world class instruction with an emphasis on producing university graduates who will become champions in the fight for global sustainability! There comes a time when we are spiritually ready to act... Sustainable cities begin with education. Access is the key. The argument here is that educational opportunity can lead to radical change in the life of a child, a family, a community, a city and our world. Childhood should have choices. Childhood should be celebrated. In this age of technology, we now have the ability remove many of the rules that govern which children can and cannot be educated. It is time to make new rules. We invite you to join us as we nurture the scientists, engineers, doctors, journalists, teachers and leaders of tomorrow - most of whom only need a chance. The choice is ours. It is time to act.

Language : English

Speaker:
  • Don Lamison | Founder / Director | Urban Green Education

15:30 - 16:00Developing Learning Ecosystem for A Greater Good

In order to be empathetic to the plight of another, people who founded innovative ideas recognized the need and then care enough to do something about it. However, the world dynamics is not neat, tidy, linear, consistent, and predictable. The complexities illustrate just how contradictory and chaotic this world can be. To thrive in this environment, students need to be very adept at coping with ambiguity, chaos, and uncertainty. This paper presents students practices in higher education to improve their 21st century skills through develop their empathy towards real-cases around them.

Language : English

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16:00 - 16:30Math Art, A New Way to Learn

Mathematics and Art have been considered as two different subjects that unrelated to each other. The fact is Art could help people comprehend Mathematics even better, and vice versa. As an example, art can be used to visualize patterns found in Math equations. Using the similarities between Mathematics and Art we can learn the same subject from different perspective. This presentation will be focusing in topics relevant to integration between which Mathematics and Art. Case studies of Math Art projects will be given, as well as lesson planning and conducting.

Language : Bahasa

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16:30 - 17:00Art Created for Others

Grouped art projects are wonderful ways of involving students in collaborative mural for others to enjoy and appreciate. I have developed scaffolded mural planning that initially engage the individual art student but later expand to include groups of 5-10 students (depending on the project). The quality of final outcome, or outcomes, depends on all involved contributing in creating colorful and meaningful large mural compositions focused on making others think and smile. Mural painting products can be completed in class and relocated or group paint murals completed on sight. (More in-depth information including curricular documents and visual examples would / will be provided.)

Language : English/Bahasa

Speaker:
  • David White | Head of Creative Arts Department & Visual Arts Instructor | Jakarta Intercultural School

10:00 - 10:30Bridging The Gaps, Creating Rockstars

As also encountered in many countries, especially those in the Asia Pacific, the weakness in our education system in Indonesia is caused by many teachers and lecturers in vocational high school and technical university not having enough “real” industrial experience. Most of them have “textbook” knowledge only. IDN Foundation, is a non-profit organization that is trying to solve the problem. Our mission is to provide that “bridge” to help all teachers in Indonesia gain real, hands-on industry experience, by helping entrepreneurs, and professionals from industry, connect with educational institutions. Our goal is to develop the next generation of network engineers in Indonesia. The main problem is students don’t have enough practical skills but only “theory” or “paper-based” knowledge, and they don’t have much experience in handling real network devices and topology. IDN Foundation teaches the teachers and lecturers for free, giving them knowledge about what technology is being used and how it is used in the real world. They then go back to their institutions and spread what they have learnt to the students. IDN Foundation also gives the teachers the opportunity to take an international certification exam in one of the most famous network devices. And should they pass with a high score, at least 75%, we help them to move to the next step, which is that they are deemed a “network academy”, and have the authority to offer the international exam for free to their students and free 20 network devices for the schools.

Language : Bahasa

Speaker:
  • Dedi Gunawan | Teacher, Board of Directors | IDN Boarding School

10:30 - 11:30Professionalism of Educators

Arief is an education expert and practitioner with experience as English Teacher, Headmaster, Chairman of School Advisory Board and Indonesia’s education development policy expert for more than 30 years. Appointed as the executive chairman of the Indonesian National
Commission to UNESCO (United Nations of Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Ministry of Education. He was also appointed as the executive board of UNESCO member in Paris, France from 2003 to 2007.

Language : Bahasa

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11:30 - 12:00Teaching Literacy Skills in the Early Years

The purpose of this workshop is to present interactive literacy skills which will engage young children and the adults who care for them. Educators will develop confidence in their skills to teach and foster early literacy skills.

Language : English

Speaker:
  • Jenny Amar | Specialist Preschool / Training Consultant | Sunshine Teachers'Training

12:00 - 12:30What Traditional Games Teach You That Your Gadget's Don't

Despite many research and trainings on the importance of play for child's development, we still see a lot of parents who dislike seeing their child play a lot in his/her nursery school. The complaint will come in "Why should I pay much if my child is only playing? (S)He can play at home". While talking about how play itself provides children with developmental skills they need for shaping their future, this session will go specifically to some of Indonesian traditional games. This session will talk about some of Indonesian traditional games, what it teaches our children, and its relevance to their developmental skills. During the session, the audience can expect to participate in some games as well.

Language : Bahasa

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12:30 - 13:00Brain Gym in Hydrotherapy is The Best Therapy for Early Childhood and Special Need Children

How can brain gym in hydrotherapy stimulate brain early childhood and special need children ? Hidrotherapy with brain gym modify such as original brain gym, super brain yoga , yoga aqua, specially swimming with freestyle and backstroke , ballet pilates, etc help brain stimulation early childhood and special need children optimally : 1. Good blood circulation system 2. Good Respiration System 3. Good Metabolism System 4. Neurogenesis 5. Relieve and relax for focus and consentration 6. Stimulate the system associatedwith emotion such as the mid brain and the large brain. 7. Increase Multiple Intelegence 8. The best treatment several disorder; autism, cerebral palsy, hyperactif, down syndrome ,etc 9. Treatment some diseases such as ; stroke, diabetes, HNP, back pain, scholiosis/lordosis, etc 10. The best treatment disabilities learning such as dysleksia, dysgraphia & discalculia 11. Improve fine and gross motor 12. Speech delay, walking, etc 13. The best therapy for sensory integration 14. The best therapy for trauma brain injuiried people 15. Improve mobility and increase flexibility help pain relief, manage long term condition like arthritis, sport injuiries, neurological condition,etc. 16. Reduce stress , make brain and body relax 17. Boost confidence level & self esteem 18.Improve eyes sight, listening and speaking. 19. Improve physical coordination and balance. 20. Improve communication skill and language development

Language : English

Speaker:
  • Irianty Rosalina | Owner/Researcher/Brain's Development Consultant/Therapyst/Teacher/Coach | Rossel La Fifa Groupe

13:00 - 13:30EPSON

Language : Bahasa

13:30 - 14:00Eat Right - Be Bright

School is not only teaching center but a place where children and families come in contact with society and where addition services in education must be provided. This institution is an ideal setting to develop a comprehensive health program of health knowledge. School meals are important for: growth of students, physically and mentally also academic performance. We could apply strategies to provide healthy food in school. First cook more. French have school feeding program, that serves by professional chef. Second, serving more fresh fruits and vegetables. In England, they are putting rule that school meals should contain at least one portion of fruits or vegetables. Third, making changes in competitive food. Usually competitive food has typical of low nutritional value but high in energy and give a satiation feeling. In Australia they banned donuts, sweetened drinks, candy, ice cream in school. Next, creatively sourcing healthful food. Indonesian are rich with abundantly source of food. Last, connecting food with environment and good health. This is the trend now, local food product from small local farmer. In Gorontalo, Sulawesi, they have started by selling local food in school canteen. Our school started canteen committee since three years ago. We begin our program by doing spot check on food safety. We gave them workshops as well. We regularly do spot check, involving parents. Right now, we try to focus more on nutrition. It’s not easy though, but we commit to give our students the every best thing from ourselves as parents in school.

Language : English

Speaker:
  • Ros Andesko | Graduated Master Program | Bogor University

14:00 - 14:30Education, Learning Process, and Environment Waste

In education there is always a learning process that sues us to use technology from different kind of materials and forms, non-digital or digital, where at the end will left many environment waste which should be cleaned and thrown away. The need for technology and its output in waste become one dilemma for our environment. If education sector and educators could involved in a good recycling system, then this will support the success and progressment of smart learning processes without having to sacrifice them.

Language : Bahasa

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14:30 - 15:00Career Options and Communication Patterns of Fresh Graduate in the Workplace

Today, the cereer choice of the young generations are very diverses. Becoming an entrepreneus are the biggest dream of Y generation in this moment. In other hand they have many obstacles when newly graduated bachelor. As fresh graduates one of the most serious issues is the communication pattern they do with various parties. Not only when they start personal business, but also when they enter the world of work. Today the world of work began to be filled by Y generation (1981-2000), but leaders were still monopolized by the X generation (1965-1980) as well as by the Baby Boomer generation (born before 1965). The existence of this intergenerational cohort gap becomes difficult for all to understand. So it is important to see character mapping between generations as well as communication patterns 

Language : Bahasa

Speaker:
  • Dr. Lestari Nurhajati | Head of Research Centre and Publication LSPR | LSPR (The London School of Public Relations) Jakarta

15:00 - 15:30The Role of Art Directing in The Millennium Era

Art directing in the field of audio visual is the one of production creativity aspect which include planning, implementation or supllying physical range in film or television stories which are including in setting, properties, costume, make -up, hair styling and visual effect ( are the role of art directing) which is suit in their film concept. The person who get assignment to order this matter called Art directing or Production Designer. In this millennium era, technology plays a big role in human life. The development of modern science and technology influences and affects changes in human performance. One of innovation product in communication technology is internet There are three activities performed on internet communication, namely: Blogger is an online writer; he writes articles on web blogs, sites or websites. YouTuber is a video publisher on YouTube; are people who share YouTube Channel. Vlogger is short for Video & Blogger.Vlog is a combination of words from Video and Blog, abbreviated Vlog. The three professions above are now famous for being able to present and popular information by Indonesian people, especially teenagers. Of the phenomenon, there are still creators who do not understand the elements of art directing such as the use of a simple setting, the use of costumes that are not in accordance with the content or do not use make up on the content displayed. So that the aesthetic element is not visible on the work in production.

Language : Bahasa

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15:30 - 16:00How to Make Religious Education Fun for Students in the Classroom

In this presentation I will explain how religious education (all religions) can be a lesson that students are interested in. And also about how religious education can integrate with the national and international curriculum.

Language : Bahasa

Speaker:
  • Muhamad Saprudin, S. Ag | Islamic Studies Teacher | Al Jabr Islamic School (International Baccalaureate World School)

16:00 - 17:00Using "layar" to Easily Create Interactive Augmented Reality in School!

Learning on how to use layar apps and app to easily created an interactive augmented reality based on needs. Session outcomes: (1) Audiences are aware of the use layar apps; (2) Audiences are exposed on how to easily creates interactive augmented reality in the various school context. Target Audiences: Teachers, students, school leaders, etc. Examples: (1) For teachers & Librarian: Embedded video inside your existing printed textbook; (2) Registration for parents seminar ; (3) Teacher embedded instructions in a printed assignment notification; (4) School Open House; etc

Language : English/Bahasa

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