Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali

by Yayasan Ekoturisme Indonesia
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Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
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Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Support Teachers in Remote Village of East Bali
Sep 25, 2020

EBPP TEACHERS' SUCESS STORIES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The Covid-19 pandemic is still a very serious problem in Indonesia and so all schools remain closed and students continue learning remotely from home, requiring EBPP teachers to always think creatively and innovatively; whatever problems the students face, they must be able to find the best solution quickly.

In these difficult remote learning situations, after adapting and improving the WhatsApp group learning process for the last 6 months, it is the best solution. In teaching with this system, students can easily ask about subject topics they do not understand, even though some have to walk quite a distance to find internet signal. As EBPP teachers, we must be ready to respond to questions from students, anytime and anywhere. Often our teachers work late into the night in order to provide comprehensive learning materials that are suitable for their students’ home study.

What our Teachers say

Wayan S, an EBPP teacher who and the principal of the Pengalusan School, said, "During this pandemic, as a teacher, I am responsible for motivating all students so that they can join together fighting for their education. Even though I have to go to higher ground or places far from high school students’ homes to meet them for study, I’m also responsible for bringing print outs of lesson material for elementary students studying offline. Three times a week I walk around to the students' houses to monitor their progress and ensure that none of them have problems in learning.I also communicate with their parents, so they understand how important it is for their children to learn every day, especially during this pandemic. Many parents don’t want their children to leave the house to study, but after I explained that they left the house because they had to look for internet signals to study, their parents finally understood.”

"As Coordinator of the EBPP Education Program, I feel very proud of all my teaching friends who go every day to students' houses to teach, they never complain or feel tired, even though they have to travel through steep, dry and rocky roads,” said Made S.

Proud to be keeping students nourished and safe

All EBPP teachers are very pleased and proud when they can provide the monthly supplementary food packages of rice, green beans, cooking oil and dried fish to all students so that none go hungry and can enjoy studying at home, even during the long and hot dry season like now.We really hope that we are able to continue this until the end of this year and that no students feel the need to drop out of school to seek work to supplement their parents’ income! We are also very pleased that all teachers and students received donations of bottles of good hand sanitizer last week, accompanied by educational hygiene posters which we fixed to the school walls.Hopefully, these extra precautionary measures will prevent the transmission of the Covid-19 Virus so that students are always healthy and can still follow learning well.

Thank you to the donors, especially those who helped through the crowd funding of GlobalGiving, so that we can still carry out learning activities well – and keep up the spirit of ourteacher!!

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Yayasan Ekoturisme Indonesia

Location: Denpasar - Indonesia
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