SEAMEO CECCEP successfully conducted training for ECCE teachers in Tasikmalaya, West Java, Indonesia. This training was held from November 7 to December 16 in a blended manner. As many as 30 ECCE teachers participated in the "Our Happy Neighborhood" training. On December 16, 2022, training participants evaluated the OHN training at the Indonesian University of Education, Tasikmalaya Campus. This training evaluation aims to analyze and determine the level of effectiveness of the training program. The OHN module discusses the importance of knowledge of children's rights which is the basis for realizing early childhood education free from bullying, intolerance, and violence.
In an effort to realize the quality of early childhood education and parenting, International Women's University, SEAMEO CECCEP, and CIMB NIAGA are again conducting training for early childhood education teachers. Training Participants in this batch 3 consisted of early childhood education teachers from Central Java, East Java, and Yogyakarta. A total of 92 teachers were enthusiastic about training in the BBPMP, West Java. SEAMEO CECCEP, International women's University, and CIMB NIAGA are committed to realizing quality education, cooperation, and good work of all stakeholders required. Early childhood education will be of high quality if the human resources (HR) also have quality competencies.
SEAMEO Regional Center for Early Childhood Care Education and Parenting (CECCEP), International Women's University, and CIMB NIAGA conducted training in the 2nd session titled "Realizing Quality ECCE through Improving Care, Welfare and Health Services" at the Center for Education Quality Assurance or (Balai Besar Penjaminan Mutu Pendidikan- BBPMP) West Java. This training lasts for six days, from 24-29 November 2022.
On 7 November to 16 December 2022, SEAMEO CECCEP conducted training for ECE teachers in Tasikmalaya City, West Java, Indonesia. A total of 30 participants consisting of teachers and kindergarten principals, participated in the activity in the digital laboratory building, Tasikmalaya Campus. The movement was titled "Our Happy Neighborhood," abbreviated (OHN). This training implements the collaboration between SEAMEO CECCEP and the Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), Tasikmalaya Campus. Also attending were Ith Vuthy, M.Sc., MA (Deputy Director for Programs), Asep Subagja, S.Pd (as Head of Capacity Building Division), Iwan Aries S., M.Ti (Head of Knowledge Management Division) and staff.
"Of all the hard work, one of the hardest is being a good teacher." – Maggie Gallagher. A "good teacher" has many different meanings and concepts. A teacher should have four competencies: professional, pedagogical, social, and personality. The teacher must have a good role of duty as ki Hajar Dewantara said, "Ing ngarso sung tulodo, ing madyo mangun karso, tut wuri handayani" (when in front giving exemplary, when in the middle building spirit and, when following giving encouragement).
HI-ECE is a comprehensive early childhood care program that includes education services, nutrition and health services, care, and protection by optimizing all aspects of child growth and development carried out in an integrated manner by the community, local governments, and government stakeholders. (Republic of Indonesia Presidential Regulation about Holistic-Integrative ECCE 2013)
the workshop on early childhood education on Friday, 26 August 2022. This workshop took place at the SEAMEO CECCEP office in Lembang, Indonesia. The resource person of this workshop was Prof Marek Tesar, PhD. Prof Tesar is the Associate Dean International at the Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Auckland. He is one of the Advisory Board Members of SEAMEO CECCEP as well. The participants of this workshop were the SEAMEO CECCEP staff with various backgrounds of education, not exclusively in the early childhood education area. This diversity can be an advantage for the studies in SEAMEO CECCEP.
P2K2S is a parenting practice designed to increase parents' awareness of their role as themselves and as parents. In this training, parents are not exclusively taught on how to react properly to a parenting situation or even systematic strategy in parenting, but this training emphasizes skills in daily life and parenting situations which can improve the quality of parenting and daily interaction between parents and children.
Southeast Asian Ministers Of Education Organization Center for Early Childhood Care Education and Parenting (SEAMEO CECCEP) in collaboration with Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), and Universitas Ahmad Dahlan (UAD) held a Training for Prospective Trainers on "Mindful and Loving Care” (Pengasuhan Penuh Kesadaran dan Kasih Sayang”. The participants are 37 ECCE teachers in D I. Yogyakarta, Indonesia. These teachers are expected to provide a positive parenting experience to teachers and parents. Later, they can train parents and implement it in their daily lives.