About Inovasi

The Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) Program is a partnership between the governments of Australia and Indonesia. Working directly with Indonesia’s Ministry of Education and Culture, INOVASI is seeking to understand how student learning outcomes in literacy and numeracy can be improved in diverse primary schools and districts across Indonesia. INOVASI is working in a range of locations across Indonesia, and uses a distinctive locally focused approach to develop pilot activities and find out what does and doesn’t work to improve student learning outcomes.

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‘Literacy Heroes’ amid the Pandemic

During the Covid-19 pandemic, home-based learning activities have become commonplace. Teachers in schools across regions have endeavoured to continue organising classes in spite of their limitations. In areas where telecommunications…

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Involve Family Members, Learning Through Playing with INOVASI Worksheets

In some regions, especially in big cities, learning-from-home activities during the COVID-19 pandemic took place via the internet, thus allowing students to study face-to-face with their teachers online. However, in…

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Student Worksheet (LKS) with Psychoeducation Materials Highly Suitable for Students of Various Levels

In some regions, especially in big cities, learning-from-home activities during the COVID-19 pandemic took place via the internet, thus allowing students to study face-to-face with their teachers online. However, in…

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Ensuring Students in Central Sumba Continue Learning During the Pandemic

Global pandemic has affected various aspects of life, including in education sector. In Indonesia, President Joko Widodo conveyed on March 15, 2020 the policy of handling the COVID-19 outbreak in Indonesia….

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INOVASI shared its best practices and lessons learned in 2020 Australasian Aid Conference

INOVASI, represented by its Program Director, Dr Mark Heyward, shared findings and lessons learned from phase I at the 2020 Australasian Aid Conference held on 17 – 19 February 2020…

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Teacher’s Dedication to Increase Early-Grade Students Literacy Skills in Central Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara

Hot and dry are two words that describe the environment of Mananga Islamic Elementary School, located in Mamboro, Central Sumba District. The school is located not very far from the…

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Latest Publications

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INOVASI Phase II (2020-2023)

In July 2020, a second, integrated phase of INOVASI and the Technical Assistance for Education System Strengthening (TASS) Program will begin. INOVASI Phase I (2016-2020) was focused on understanding how…

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INOVASI Program Achievement 2016-2020 (Phase I)

INOVASI is a partnership between the Governments of Australia (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade/DFAT) and Indonesia (Ministry of Education and Culture). INOVASI also works with the Ministry of Religious…

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Factsheet: About INOVASI 2016-2020 (Phase I)

The Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) Program is a partnership between the governments of Australia and Indonesia. Working directly with Indonesia’s Ministry of Education and Culture, INOVASI is seeking…

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Study: Numeracy, what works and why – emerging evidence from INOVASI on effective practice in early grades numeracy

This study was designed and conducted by INOVASI to explore the impact of two main pilot teacher training programs on the teaching and learning of early grade numeracy concepts. These…

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Study: Lessons from INOVASI’s phase 1 work on disability-inclusive education

The purpose of this study is to assemble and examine early findings from the disability inclusion aspects of INOVASI’s work in phase one. The study focuses on the activities in…

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Study: Using PDIA to accelerate the progress of Indonesian students’ learning outcome

INOVASI’s approach to improving learning outcomes in early grades is through a strategy known as problem-driven iterative adaptation (PDIA). The way that INOVASI applies and interprets PDIA has evolved since…

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