IPEKA has organized a series of training during the second semester of the 2022/2023 academic year for international school teachers to update and improve their skills. The training aims to ensure that IPEKA teachers continue to acquire the latest knowledge and have relevant skills to deal with the demands of education in the modern era.
One of the exciting topics of the training was the development of a Christianity curriculum with Wheaton. Teachers were given the opportunity to collaborate with experts from Wheaton College to develop a higher quality and more relevant curriculum for teaching Christianity to students.
In addition, Musicianship training was also held to teach the basic techniques of music in learning. Teachers were given insights and skills to incorporate musical elements into daily teaching, thus enhancing student's learning experience and creating a creative and dynamic learning atmosphere. Chromebook training was also one of the training topics. Teachers were given guidance on the introduction and effective use of Chromebooks in classroom learning, including apps and tools that can be used to improve student interaction and productivity.
Not only that, but IPEKA also carried out preparations for implementing the Pearson curriculum in the coming academic year. Teachers were involved in training aimed at deepening their understanding of the Pearson curriculum and preparing appropriate learning strategies to optimize the benefits of this curriculum.
The excitement of the training was evident from the enthusiasm of the IPEKA teachers. Not only did they gain new knowledge, but they were also able to share experiences and ideas with fellow teachers. The training strengthened the IPEKA teacher community and created a collaborative learning environment. With this training, IPEKA continues to demonstrate its commitment to improving the quality of education and the skills of its teachers. Through these improvements, IPEKA ensures that students receive the best teaching and have meaningful learning experiences.