In response to the disruption of the pandemic, students from SMA Muhammadiyah in Indonesia and Lorne P-12 College in Victoria turned to collaborative podcasting to continue their relationship. Students from both schools talk about this experience and give insights into intercultural learning.
Enjoy the preview for Episode 3 of BuildingBRIDGES: Always in the Present with students of the Australia-Indonesia BRIDGE School Partnership between SMA Muhammadiyah 2 Surabaya and Lorne P-12 College. Discussions explore their experiences as a BRIDGE students, collaborative activities such as podcasting in response to COVID-19 and intercultural learning. Preview in English.
Denis Zucchet and Jheny Vilacruz talk about how Jheny’s visit to St Monica’s Epping inspired the formation of a social justice group at her school in the Philippines. Marianne Theodosis and Blesilda Necio share how their online magazine KAIBIGAN connects their students across the curriculum and Sid Bagh reflects on how intercultural and interfaith learning benefits their students and school community.
Enjoy the preview for Episode 2 of BuildingBRIDGES: We Can Never Know What's Possible with Australia-ASEAN BRIDGE educators from St Monica's College Epping and Moreno Integrated School exploring student leadership, collaboration and exchange in an interfaith partnership.
Principal Gillian Stuart and Bilingual Program Coordinator Karl Krause from Scotts Head Public School discuss the challenges and successes of their bilingual Indonesian program and how they advocate for intercultural learning in their community and beyond.