4 edition of Multicultural education in Indonesia and Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Multicultural education in Indonesia and Southeast Asia
Multicultural Education Workshop (2003 Universitas Indonesia)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, Kamanto Sunarto, Russel Hiang-Khng Heng, Achmad Fedyani Saifuddin.|
|Contributions||Sunarto, Kamanto, 1941-, Heng, Russell H. K., Saifuddin, Achmad Fedyani, 1952-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||2004427950|
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Multicultural Education in Japan Eika Tai Article Summary Korean ethnic education in Japanese public schools, which started in the s, is a form of multicultural education that provides useful ideas for multiculturalist teachers dealing with children of newcomer foreigners.
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Islamic history of Indonesia [as elsewhere in Southeast Asia] is essentially a hi story of santri cultural expansio n and its impact on Indonesian reli gious life and po litics (B enda, ).Author: Mohd Faheem.
Peter D. HERSHOCK is Director of the Asian Studies Development Program and Education Specialist at the East-West Center in Honolulu, and holds a Ph.D.
in Asian and Comparative Philosophy from the University of Hawaiˋi. His philosophical work makes use of Buddhist conceptual resources to address contemporary issues of global concern. He has authored or edited more than a dozen books on.education as an issue in education reform in Indonesia.
Firstly, I will raise the issue of national identity as a reason that Indonesia needs multicultural education. Secondly, it will be described of historical view of the emergence of multicultural education in U.S.
follow by Indonesian history on this issue.Addressing the latest issues and developments relating to Southeast Asia, this book also presents the indigenous culture, external forces, population and settlement characteristics, and economic patterns of the region.
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