INOVASI Phase I (2016-2020): Completion Report – June 2020

The Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) program is an eight-year Australian Government initiative over two phases that aims to accelerate progress towards improved learning outcomes for Indonesian students. It focuses on three…

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Study: Literacy, what works and why – emerging evidence from INOVASI on effective practice in early grades literacy
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This study is a compilation of what we have learned about improving literacy outcomes in the course of INOVASI Phase 1 (2016-2020). It provides emerging evidence of what can work…

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Study: Numeracy, what works and why – emerging evidence from INOVASI on effective practice in early grades numeracy
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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
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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
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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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Study: CPD and sustainability, a study of CPD and the sustainability of benefits in Indonesia from INOVASI’s pilot
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INOVASI’s approach to improving learning outcomes in early grades is through a strategy known as problem-driven iterative adaptation (PDIA). Development strategies begin with understanding local challenges, and designing, implementing, and…

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