Sabtu, 25 April 2015

Being A Young Teacher of Indonesia Teachers Movement

Teaching students at SDN 30 Inpres Ulidang, Majene, West Sulawesi
For more than two years as being a young teacher of the Indonesia Teachers Movement I had many experiences at two elementary schools, in both Majene and West Tulang Bawang. I taught for 13 months as a teacher of Indonesian Language and English in class IV-VI of SDN 30 Inpres Ulidang, an elementary school in Majene, West Sulawesi and also for one year as a teacher of islamic education in Class II-VI in SD Terang Agung, West Tulang Bawang, Lampung.

Teaching for The First Year in Majene 
In November 2012 with a big drive to get experience from a school, I went to Majene to teach more than 150 students. This would be my first time that I would teach students in an elementary school for more than one year and the first time to learn many things from students such as that every student was a great and a unique child and each student had their own style in learning. 

All of the young teachers before deploying to their place of duty had to participate in the Intensive Training for Young Teacher Candidates of the Indonesia Teachers Movement for about two months in Purwakarta. They learned about the teaching methods and leadership facilitating by the Indonesia Teachers Movement, Wanadri and Kopassus. Had one of them failed in intensive training, he or she would not be permitted to be a young teacher teaching students in remote areas. In batch V of young teachers of the Indonesia Teachers Movement there were two candidates that could not finish the training because they were not in good health.  

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