EVS activity in Indonesia

URBAN PRIMARY EDUCATION
EDU/CHILD
❖ INTRODUCTION
❖ MAIN AIMS AND ACTIVITIES
The volunteers will be placed in elementary schools (students age 6 – 12 years old).There are various aims of this project such as, to assist local staffs & motivating the local students to make effort in life and motivated them in having passion in life; to stimulate intercultural learning; to prepare the students of elementary school (age 6 – 12 yo) for the higher level of education. The activities that wil be done among others, preparing the students for the higher level of education; teaching and learning activities; doing sports, art and music activities; and developing self-interest of the students.
❖ VOLUNTEER TASKS & ROL
To organize learning basic English by doing games and entertaining activities for children; To organize sport activities; create other activities that will enrich the skill of the kids ; introducing volunteer’s culture; intercultural learning/exchange.
❖ DESIRED VOLUNTEER
No piercing on face, no visible tattoo, should have common hair style (no colorful, dreadlock). The volunteer should be open-minded, tolerant, creative, flexible, patient, respect the local customs and local’s rule, sharing , special drive for children, willing to accept basic living condition in the project site, and be confidence. Never been found guilty in a criminal case in volunteer’s home country or in another country. Strictly prohibited posses narcotics, marijuana, opium, stimulants or other drugs. Flexible vegtarian is still welcomed, BUT prefer NO STRICT vegetarian (vegan) in all projects. Please accept our apology that we are not open for volunteer with mentaly disabilities and people with mobility and movement impairments such as limitation on physical functioning, blindness, deft, epilepsy, sleep disorders etc)
❖ LOCATION
Al Izhar Primary School.
Makasar, South Sulawesi
❖ DURATION
3 September - 1 November 2018 (60 days)
❖ ACCOMODATION
The accommodation and food will be provided by host project. The volunteer will stay at dormitory in the school with other local teachers. Facilities are simple and Indonesian style (no hot water, no washing machine).
❖ FOOD
Three main meals a day will be provided by the host family – simple basic Indonesian food, rice, tapioca/cassava, fish, vegetables, etc.
❖ PRACTICAL INFORMATION
What should bring:
➢ Light clothes, not too revealing. These are not appropriate while working in the school with children and for the small villages you will be visiting. For the school shirt and trousers are a must. Shoulders should be covered all the times. Shorts that are cut at the knee are acceptable only in the villages but not in schools. You also should wearing shoes during teaching activities in the classroom. Wearing sandals/slippers are considered impolite in the classroom.
➢ Teaching materials and some games.
➢ Flash light.
➢ Mosquito repellant and a mosquito net – which can also be bought in Semarang for 5 –10 Euros.
➢ Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
➢ Toiletries and towel.
➢ Medicines as you think necessary.
➢ Spending money for personal items.
Optional (but welcome):
➢ Pictures of your family, friends and country to share with fellow volunteers and Indonesian people.
➢ Cooking recipes, some cooking material and other things to share your culture through food and drinks.
➢ Musical instruments and some traditional games from your country.
Suggestion goods to bring along for local kids:
➢ School stationeries (books, pencils, erasers etc) or toys as gifts for students
➢ Books with pictures that can be donated for the library.
➢ Traditional small souvenirs as gifts for local people and teachers
RURAL PRIMARY EDUCATION
EDU/CHILD
❖ INTRODUCTION
❖ MAIN AIMS AND ACTIVITIES
The projects are located in the rural area of each city. Some of them are located in the slope of the mountain. Most of student parents’ are working in private sector such as farming, trader, labour, etc. The school location might far from public service such as sport centre, shopping mall, or bus terminal. The local people characters are family oriented, having good friendship spirit, having plenty time to spend. Nevertheless they are less in touch with modern life and thinking. Primary school (age 6 – 12 years old) is the first step formal education level after kindergarten. It is compulsory education that every child has to take. This educational level it is not merely about knowledge but also other aspect such as character building. Teacher and parents are having important role in leading their children. In this level, to raise discipline among student and grow understandings on need of education are important. Teaching and learning activities with the students. Then, doing activity, such as sports, art and music activities. Moreover, developing self-interest of the students.
❖ VOLUNTEER TASKS & ROL
Organizing learning basic English by doing games and entertaining activities for children; Then, organizing sport activities; createing other activities that will enrich the skill of the kids ; introducing volunteer’s culture; intercultural learning/exchange
❖ DESIRED VOLUNTEER
No piercing on face, no visible tattoo, should have common hair style (no colorful, dreadlock). The volunteer should be open-minded, tolerant, creative, flexible, patient, respect the local customs and local’s rule, sharing , special drive for children, willing to accept basic living condition in the project site, and be confidence. Never been found guilty in a criminal case in volunteer’s home country or in another country. Strictly prohibited posses narcotics, marijuana, opium, stimulants or other drugs. Flexible vegtarian is still welcomed, BUT prefer NO STRICT vegetarian (vegan) in all projects. Please accept our apology that we are not open for volunteer with mentaly disabilities and people with
mobility and movement impairments such as limitation on physical functioning, blindness, deft, epilepsy, sleep disorders etc)
❖ LOCATION
Bogor, West Java
❖ DURATION
3 September - 1 November 2018 (60 days)
❖ ACCOMODATION
The volunteer will stay at local host family or dormitory (to be confirmed).
❖ FOOD
Three main meals a day will be provided by the host family – simple basic Indonesian food, rice, tapioca/cassava, fish, vegetables, etc.
❖ PRACTICAL INFORMATION
What should bring:
➢ Light clothes, not too revealing. These are not appropriate while working in the school with children and for the small villages you will be visiting. For the school shirt and trousers are a must. Shoulders should be covered all the times. Shorts that are cut at the knee are acceptable only in the villages but not in schools. You also should wearing shoes during teaching activities in the classroom. Wearing sandals/slippers are considered impolite in the classroom.
➢ Teaching materials and some games.
➢ Flash light.
➢ Mosquito repellant and a mosquito net – which can also be bought in Semarang for 5 –10 Euros.
➢ Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
➢ Toiletries and towel.
➢ Medicines as you think necessary.
➢ Spending money for personal items.
Optional (but welcome):
➢ Pictures of your family, friends and country to share with fellow volunteers and Indonesian people.
➢ Cooking recipes, some cooking material and other things to share your culture through food and drinks.
➢ Musical instruments and some traditional games from your country.
Suggestion goods to bring along for locals:
➢ School stationeries (books, pencils, erasers etc) or toys as gifts for students
➢ Books with pictures that can be donated for the library.
➢ Traditional small souvenirs as gifts for local people, host family and teachers
RURAL HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION
EDUCATION
❖ INTRODUCTION
❖ MAIN AIMS AND ACTIVITIES
Implement 9 years compulsory education that has been announced by government; Introduce basic skill for rising self-independent as well as preparing the students to be ready in continuing their study to higher educational level; Having social awareness toward environment, society, school and family; Applying information technology in learning; Able to use English as international language either active or passive; Giving them basic knowledge and life skill in order to find their self-potential for their life. Rural High School Education ( 13 – 17 years old) divided into two educational services, secondary and senior high school. Those schools are implementing the curriculum standard national as their compulsory activities. Therefore, the students learn compulsory lesson such as Math, science, social, language, religious, physic and etc. In senior high school, the students are given more various program such as science, social or language class. The minimum educational access, learning method and human resource initiate them in collaborating International Voluntary Service activities to support their language program especially. Moreover, it provides extra activities in order to search and find student’s interest such as music, art, sport and technology.
❖ VOLUNTEER TASKS & ROL
The volunter tasks and role is ntercultural activities through game, music, presentation, discussion and else. Moreover, the vounteer is hoped can motivate the students actively using their English through interactive learning with volunteers. Moreover, the volunteer is hoped to work together with teachers to collaborate in class activities, and can adapt Indonesian life and culture.
❖ DESIRED VOLUNTEER
No piercing on face, no visible tattoo, should have common hair style (no colorful, dreadlock). The volunteer should be open-minded, tolerant, creative, flexible, patient, respect the local customs and local’s rule, sharing , special drive for adolescent and youngsters, willing to accept basic living condition in the project site, and be confidence. Never been found guilty in a criminal case in volunteer’s home country or in another
country. Strictly prohibited posses narcotics, marijuana, opium, stimulants or other drugs. Flexible vegtarian is still welcomed, BUT prefer NO STRICT vegetarian (vegan) in all projects. Please accept our apology that we are not open for volunteer with mentaly disabilities and people with mobility and movement impairments such as limitation on physical functioning, blindness, deft, epilepsy, sleep disorders etc)
❖ LOCATION
Bogor, West Java
❖ DURATION
3 September - 1 November 2018 (60 days)
❖ ACCOMODATION
The volunteer will stay at local host family or dormitory (to be confirmed).
❖ FOOD
Three main meals a day will be provided by the host family – simple basic Indonesian food, rice, tapioca/cassava, fish, vegetables, etc.
❖ PRACTICAL INFORMATION
What should bring:
➢ Light clothes, not too revealing. These are not appropriate while working in the school with children and for the small villages you will be visiting. For the school shirt and trousers are a must. Shoulders should be covered all the times. Shorts that are cut at the knee are acceptable only in the villages but not in schools. You also should wearing shoes during teaching activities in the classroom. Wearing sandals/slippers are considered impolite in the classroom.
➢ Teaching materials and some games.
➢ Flash light.
➢ Mosquito repellant and a mosquito net – which can also be bought in Indonesia for 5 –10 Euros.
➢ Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
➢ Toiletries and towel.
➢ Medicines as you think necessary.
➢ Spending money for personal items.
Optional (but welcome):
➢ Pictures of your family, friends and country to share with fellow volunteers and Indonesian people.
➢ Cooking recipes, some cooking material and other things to share your culture through food and drinks.
➢ Musical instruments and some traditional games from your country.
Suggestion goods to bring along for locals :
➢ Traditional small souvenirs as gifts for local people and teachers
UNIVERSITY PROJECT
EDUCATION
❖ INTRODUCTION
❖ MAIN AIMS AND ACTIVITIES
This university project is combination between some universitie. The presences of the volunteers are appreciated by the university community in order to motivate the university students in actively using their foreign language. Furthermore, interaction between the students and volunteer can enhance their cultural knowledge and experience.
❖ VOLUNTEER TASKS & ROL
The role of the volunteer will be assisting local lecturer in holding English subject as foreign language. Moreover, the presence of volunteers could give them motivation in practicing their foreign language knowledge. Intercultural learning in the form of dialogue, music and games could give the student better understanding to learn about another culture from other country.
❖ DESIRED VOLUNTEER
No piercing on face, no visible tattoo, should have common hair style (no colorful, dreadlock). The volunteer should be open-minded, tolerant, creative, flexible, patient, respect the local customs and local’s rule, sharing , special drive for adolescent and youngsters, willing to accept basic living condition in the project site, and be confidence. Never been found guilty in a criminal case in volunteer’s home country or in another country. Strictly prohibited posses narcotics, marijuana, opium, stimulants or other drugs. Flexible vegtarian is still welcomed, BUT prefer NO STRICT vegetarian (vegan) in all projects. Please accept our apology that we are not open for volunteer with mentaly disabilities and people with mobility and movement impairments such as limitation on physical functioning, blindness, deft, epilepsy, sleep disorders etc)
❖ LOCATION
Indonesian Railway Academy (East Java)
Jenderal Soedirman University (Central Java)
Aviation Technical and Safety Academy of Makassar (South Sulawesi)
❖ DURATION
3 September - 1 November 2018 (60 days)
❖ ACCOMODATION
The accommodation and food will be provided by a local host family or at dormitory. The volunteer may have own or sharing room and the other facilities with other host family members. Facilities are simple and Indonesian style (no hot water, no washing machine).
❖ FOOD
Three main meals a day will be provided by the host family – simple basic Indonesian food, rice, tapioca/cassava, fish, vegetables, etc.
❖ PRACTICAL INFORMATION
What should bring:
➢ Light clothes, not too revealing. These are not appropriate while working in the school with children and for the small villages you will be visiting. For the school shirt and trousers are a must. Shoulders should be covered all the times. Shorts that are cut at the knee are acceptable only in the villages but not in schools. You also should wearing shoes during teaching activities in the classroom. Wearing sandals/slippers are considered impolite in the classroom.
➢ Material of games from your country
➢ Mosquito repellant and a mosquito net – which can also be bought in Indonesia for 5 –10 Euros.
➢ Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
➢ Toiletries and towel.
➢ Medicines as you think necessary.
➢ Spending money for personal items.
Optional (but welcome):
➢ Pictures of your family, friends and country to share with fellow volunteers and Indonesian people.
➢ Cooking recipes, some cooking material and other things to share your culture through food and drinks.
➢ Musical instruments and some traditional games from your country.
Suggestion goods to bring along for locals
➢ Books that can be donated for the library.
➢ Traditional small souvenirs as gifts for host family, friends, teachers

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