Professional Learning Programme: Enhancing Indonesian Teacher Education
The HEAD Foundation and the World Bank designed this Professional Learning Programme specifically for Mathematics and Science teacher trainers in Indonesia, to critically examine current arrangements in the delivery and effectiveness of the Professional Pedagogical Training Programme (Pendidikan Profesi Guru, PPG) for teachers.
Speaker Series — Rethinking AI: What if the future is not robotic?
The hype around artificial intelligence has now reached monumental proportions. On 10 April 2019, Associate Professor Hallam Stevens, from the School of Humanities at Nanyang Technological University, drew on the history of AI to argue that the hype may not be much more than just hype.
Essential resources for successful employment of international students in Australia
What can international students do to improve their employability in Australia, and how can universities in the country enhance positive employment outcomes for these students? Dr Thanh Pham and Chris Thomson of Monash University share insights from their research.
Nobel Laureate Lecture: Looking to the Frontiers of Fundamental Science
Nobel Laureate in Physics 2004, Professor David Gross outlined some of the great unknowns at the frontiers of Fundamental Science, particularly on how the Universe began, how we are trying to find the answers to these questions and what the answers might be.
THF Policy Brief No. 8: Indonesian Teacher Education: Building Capacity in Science and Mathematics Teachers
This policy brief provides insights on how Teacher Education Institutions in Indonesia could navigate around challenges identified in the World Bank survey, especially in the preparation of teachers of mathematics and science subjects.
Internationalising teacher education: Could it accelerate educational development?
Could internationalising teacher education accelerate educational development? Dr. Rita Z. Nazeer-Ikeda, Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education, Waseda University, shares her thoughts on the case of Singapore.