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November 25, 2019, Happy National Teacher’s Day! This is the message from the Minister of Education and Culture
MEDIAANDALAA.COM, BANDAR LAMPUNG – Today, 25 November 2019, is a commemoration of National Teacher’s Day. The words “Happy Teacher’s Day” came to the teachers as an appreciation for their dedication to serving.
Minister of Education and Culture’s Message
Quoted from Kompas.com, Towards National Teacher’s Day, what seized the attention was the speech of the Minister of Education and Culture Nadiem Anwar Makarim.
The text of his speech commemorating Teacher’s Day has spread since a few days ago.
Nadiem’s speech was considered not long-winded. Appreciation and notes on the substance of the speech were also widely shared on social media.
In the text of the speech, Nadiem conveyed a number of things regarding the teacher’s current condition.
These include teachers who are judged to be too preoccupied with administrative matters so that they have limited space to provide education in innovative ways because they are pressured by curriculum demands and so on.
At the end of his speech, the Minister of Education and Culture delivered a number of alternative activities that teachers could apply in the classroom so that the atmosphere and quality of teaching and learning were not always monotonous.
For example, by inviting discussion, giving students opportunities to teach in class, involving class members in a social service project, and so on.
“Whatever the small changes, if every teacher does it simultaneously, this large ship named Indonesia will surely move,” Nadiem’s message concluded his speech.
Commemoration of National Teacher’s Day began in 1994 through Presidential Decree No. 78 of 1994 by taking the date of the founding of the Indonesian Teachers Association (PGRI) as the basis.
Quoted from the PGRI website, this teacher organization in Indonesia was established at the Indonesian Teachers Congress held in Solo, November 24-25, 1945.
By celebrating Teacher’s Day nationally, it is hoped that the work of teachers in all regions of the country will be appreciated so that the noble spirit to educate the nation’s successors remains vibrant.
In addition to maintaining quality and giving appreciation, Teacher’s Day is also expected to be a momentum for all parties to appreciate the teaching profession. [Red/Release].