Category Archives: Workshop

Workshop on the Development of HOTS for Language (2017)


By working in groups, the participants classify types of questions based on Bloom Taxonomy. (10-16 September 2017, LPMP DKI Jakarta, Indonesia)

Workshop on Research Methodology for Language Teaching (2017)


SEAMEO QITEP in Language (Centre) conducted a Workshop on Research Methodology for Language Teaching on 10-16 September 2017 in LPMP DKI, Jakarta, Indonesia.

More on Integrated Thematic Learning for Cihideung Ilir Village Teachers!

Participants share their prior knowledge on integrated thematic learning during a poster presentation session.

To respond to 30 teachers’ enquiry from Cihideung Ilir Village, the Centre held second batch of Training on Thematic Learning Models for Primary School Teachers on 7–10 August 2017 at

Indonesian Language Materials for Android Based


To support the promotion of Bahasa Indonesia as an international language, SEAMEO QITEP in Language (Centre) organised a workshop on 20-26 March 2017 at ISOLA Resort, Training Center Universitas Pendidikan

ECCE Tutors Discover Theraplay Method

Picture 2: The resource persons demonstrate how to develop engagement with students through interactive games.

After successfully conducted Theraplay training for primary school teachers last October, the Centre held similar training for Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) tutors. Approximately 128 ECCE tutors from Jakarta,

Theraplay Method and Indonesian Language for Nurturing Teacher and Student Relationship

Resource persons of the Workshop on The Development of Primary School Teacher’s Competence

Primary school teachers play an important role in developing a child’s intellect and study habits, since primary school is the first compulsory level where most children get their educational experiment.

Syllabus for Developing Digital-based Language Learning Materials

A group photo session: Director of SEAMEO QITEP in Language, resource persons and participants of the workshop

For foreign language teachers, a knowledge in designing syllabus of digital-based language learning may offer a great innovation in the delivery of learning materials. Therefore, in taking forward its mission

Language Learning Evaluation Models

Dr Felicia Nuradi Utorodewo, the resource persons and all material developers pose together.

To improve language teachers’ competency in evaluating their students’ learning, the Centre plans to publish a booklet of language learning evaluation model for five languages, i.e. Arabic, Chinese, German, Indonesia