Indonesian student drawing

An Indonesian junior secondary student’s perception of the difference between a traditional form of teaching, often associated with surface learning, and a new approach, PAKEM. This Indonesian abbreviation translates into English as learning that is active, creative, effective and enjoyable, which encourages deeper approaches to learning.

Jonathan Pryke

Jonathan Pryke worked at the Development Policy Centre from 2011 as a Research Officer and Blog Editor, and left in mid-2015 to take up the position of Melanesia Fellow at the Lowy Institute. He has a Master of Public Policy/Master of Diplomacy from Crawford School of Public Policy and the College of Diplomacy, ANU.

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