The Aspire Model and the Curriculum Reform in Indonesia: A Perspective

Asnawi, R and Mukminin, Amirul (2015) The Aspire Model and the Curriculum Reform in Indonesia: A Perspective. In: The 2015 International Seminar on Education, Jambi.

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Developing all students’ intellectual, social, and personal potential to their highest level( Nieto & Bode, 2008; Bennet, 2003) by providing them with an equitable, equal, and high quality education will not become a reality ( Nieto & Bode, 2008; banks 2002 if the curriculum still privileges the elite or dominant groups, but exclude the other groups, particularly students whose cultures and languages are different from the mainstream (Nieto & Bode, 2008; Ryan 2003; 2006). Curriculum changes in Indonesia have been done several times and the recent ones Is the 2013 curriculum which is still controversial for many teachers and educators. The purpose of this paper is to explore the need to move from an exclusive to an inclusive curriculum so that all students can succeed academically and socially. Particularly, in this paper will discuss what do we mean by an exclusive and inclusive curriculum? What are the components of an inclusive curriculum? And what should be reformed to develop an inclusive curriculum? And finally this paper will offer an alternative model of leadership to guide the reform from an exclusive to an inclusive curriculum

Type: Conference (Paper)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
Depositing User: AKHMAD HABIBI
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2017 08:05
Last Modified: 29 Aug 2017 08:05

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