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Understanding the Intersection of Culture: The Way Forward of Higher Education Sector in Strengthening Regional Cooperation

The contribution of Malaysia to the international society was evident with the implementation of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam initiatives and Malaysia Global Outreach programs. Though efforts had been put in place to create an ecosystem that nurtured cooperation among higher learning institutions in the region, little has been done to study the extent to which the different culture has been taken into account in the programs conducted. This paper discusses the approaches taken by HLIs in conducting educational programs for participants from different cultural background; and highlights the extent to which the program providers addressed the intersection of culture before designing and implementing the programs. Keywords: Intersection of Culture, Higher Education, Regional Cooperation, Higher Learning Institutions.
SHUKRAN ABDUL RAHMAN and AZLIN ALWI 416-426 Download(293)

Inclusive Education in the Philippines: Gauging Schools and Teachers’ Readiness to Take on the Challenge

The teacher respondents in this study were found to be generally uncertain of their knowledge of basic special education (SPED) concepts and their willingness to handle an inclusion class. Evidence shows that the selected schools in the Philippines are not fully prepared for inclusion. A highly significant difference was found between pre-school to grade 6 teachers and secondary schoolteachers in terms of their knowledge of some basic SPED concepts. A significant difference was also found between the same groups of teachers in terms of their willingness to include in regular class students with exceptionalities. Teachers’ willingness to accommodate students with exceptionalities partially (positive) predicts their knowledge of some basic SPED concepts. The teacher’s knowledge of some basic SPED concepts has a low positive relationship with the readiness of their school for inclusion. Readiness of schools for inclusion partially predicts the willingness of teachers to accommodate students with exceptionalities. Keywords: Inclusive Education, Special Education, Teacher Preparedness, Social Justice.

Political Thought Based On Local Wisdom As a Resource Learning In Civic Education in Indonesia

The investigation of politic consideration based on local ability can be became a learning resource in civic area in Indonesia, the goal of this case to educate society so they know the story and genealogy of politic conceptual in their country so the society can understand and finish the problem of empirical politic with supplying precedent thinking of politic based on local ability. This subject of the research is political thought of Kajao Laliddong, an intellectual, statesman and kingdom counsellor of Bone on government king Bone era on 6th La Uliyo Botee (1543-1568) and king Bone on 7th La Tenri Rawe Bongkange (1568-1584) on 16th century, where he gets success to put life of country foundation and bring Bone kingom to reach developing which rapidly. This research focus on political thought of Kajao Laliddong about how the concept ethic and moral of politic in the life of country, this research use qualitatif approach in kind of bibliography research from Harahap (2011); Nazir (1998) and Bakker (1990), the method that use is the method of study of critical figure from Louis Gottchalk (1986), the data is gottten using library materials, document, and literature as object of the study, primary data that the reseracher uses is the old note which legacy of south Sulawesi culture as following Lontara’ Latoa, Lontara’ Tellumpoccoe, Lontara’ about Attoriolonna to-bone, Lontara’ collection YKSST Ujung Pandang (Makassar), and Lontara’ No.130 about Rapang, then the data is analyzed in deep with technique of analysing critical discourse. Keywords: Civic Education, Political Thought, Ethic And Moral Politic, Based Local Wisdom, Kajao Laliddong.
FITRIAH ARTINA 439-449 Download(340)

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