Training Teachers

Ambitious and recently graduated teachers can do training on the job. . They are paid to participate at all levels, and they work tailor-made on their professional and personal development. They internalise pedagogical and didactic skills, they learn to develop teaching materials and they broaden their general knowledge. In their next job, they can transfer their knowledge and skills to fellow teachers. About thirty teachers have been trained by LFLB so far. Some of them – amongst whom an ex-pupil- still work at LFLB. Since 2017 the educational centre in Pacung has been completely run by an Indonesian team. Two teachers have started a centre somewhere else in Bali with support of the foundation and combine this with a (part)time job in a formal school.

Made Adi, manager LFLB

“I graduated as a Physics Teacher at the University of North Bali and in 2011 I started at LFLB. Here for the first time, I experienced that leaning can be real fun. I have gained a lot of knowledge and understanding in a wide variety of subjects, and I have seen myself, my attitude, and my mentality change. I can now think holistically and I have immersed myself in social sciences, pedagogics, politics, history, and psychology. History is not so much about old wars, but it determines my place in the world. Moreover, I have experienced here how important it is to read books and I have been trained in innovative educational methods, in debating and in making teaching materials. A wealth of positive experiences that inspire me and enable me to contribute to refurbishing our education. As a free, innovative and creative teacher I aim to be a positive role model to the more than 150 children that visit LFLB each year.”

Training Teachers

Ambitious and recently graduated teachers can do training on the job. . They are paid to participate at all levels, and they work tailor-made on their professional and personal development. They internalise pedagogical and didactic skills, they learn to develop teaching materials and they broaden their general knowledge. In hun volgende baan kunnen ze hun kennis en vaardigheden overdragen aan collega-docenten.

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About thirty teachers have been trained by LFLB so far. Some of them – amongst whom an ex-pupil- still work at LFLB. Since 2017 the educational centre in Pacung has been completely run by an Indonesian team. Two teachers have started a centre somewhere else in Bali with support of the foundation and combine this with a (part)time job in a formal school.

Made Adi, manager LFLB

“I graduated as a Physics Teacher at the University of North Bali and in 2011 I started at LFLB. Here for the first time, I experienced that leaning can be real fun. I have gained a lot of knowledge and understanding in a wide variety of subjects, and I have seen myself, my attitude, and my mentality change. I can now think holistically and I have immersed myself in social sciences, pedagogics, politics, history, and psychology. History is not so much about old wars, but it determines my place in the world. Moreover, I have experienced here how important it is to read books and I have been trained in innovative educational methods, in debating and in making teaching materials. A wealth of positive experiences that inspire me and enable me to contribute to refurbishing our education. As a free, innovative and creative teacher I aim to be a positive role model to the more than 150 children that visit LFLB each year.”

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