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Anindito Aditomo

is a lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Surabaya, Indonesia. He holds a bachelor degree from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, and master and doctoral degrees from the University of Sydney, Australia. With a background in both psychology and education, he is particularly interested in how the sciences of learning can inform instruction and broader educational processes. Anindito is currently a guest researcher at the DIPF/Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Germany. His research at DIPF is funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and focuses on the analysis of international large-scale assessments of learning data.

Hasriadi Masalam

works on issues of rural education, youth as changemakers, rural development, capacity building, and knowledge management for two decades. He holds a PhD in Adult Education from University of Alberta, Canada, and MA from SIT, USA, where he receives prestigious awards including the Ford Foundation International Fellowship. Hasriadi is a co-founder of ININNAWA, which works in issues of rural transformation, agricultural innovations, traditional market revitalisation, literacy and education, and local culture publishing. He is also a co-founder of Rumah KAMU, an NGO focusing on youth critical thinking and awareness on rural issues. Hasriadi has contributed to more than dozen publications distributed in Indonesia, Europe and North America.

Juliana Murniati

has a PhD from Friedrich Schiller University, Jena-German, and has been actively involved in academic setting since 1991 at Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Jakarta. She was the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs between 2015–2019. Her research interests include trust-building in organisational and intergroup context, intercultural competence, and global leadership, and she has several publications (books and articles) on these topics.

Ahmad Bukhori Muslim

is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of English Education and the Director of the Office of International Education and Relations at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. He earned his Master’s degree in Developmental Studies for Language and Literacy from Boston University, and a Doctoral degree in Educational Psychology from Monash University, Australia. His research interests and publications are on international education and partnership, intercultural language learning, language and identity, and English education. Some of his works are published by Cambridge Scholars, Brill and Sense Publishers.

Wahyu Nurhayati

is a psychologist and a researcher at the Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia. She holds a PhD in early childhood education from Monash University, Australia. She was involved in the development of character education assessment instruments conducted by the Center for Educational Assessment, one of the departments in the Ministry of Education and Culture.

Shuki Osman

is an Associate professor at the School of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). He received his PhD in 2003 from USM in Geography Education, an MSc (Education) in Curriculum, Instruction and Media in 1985 from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, USA and a bachelor’s degree in Geography from USM in 1983. Prior to his appointment at USM, he taught geography at MARA Junior Science Colleges. He has been teaching and supervising in the area of curriculum and instruction, presenting papers at national and international seminars, as well as writing for journals and books related to teaching and geography teaching. Previously, he was a Deputy Dean (Academic and Student Development) at USM.

Margaretha Purwanti

holds a PhD in Psychology from University of Indonesia in 2006. She has been with the Faculty of Psychology at the Atma Jaya Catholic University since 1993, and has held various positions with increasing responsibilities, such as Vice Dean. From 2016–2019, she was the Program Chair for the Masters of Psychology at Atma Jaya Catholic University. She is also a certified graphologist. Her research is on higher education learning and educational psychology. Her studies focus on students’ motivation and also inclusiveness in academic setting.

Esti Rahayu

is a lecturer at Universitas Bina Nusantara, Jakarta where she teaches English for undergraduate students. She received her PhD in 2020 from Universiti Sains Malaysia in Professional and Teacher Education.

Ila Rosmilawati

holds a PhD in Education from Western Sydney University, Australia and is a Lecturer in the Department of Nonformal Education in the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education at Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa. Her research interests include the nonformal education sector, alternative education, transformative learning and critical pedagogy. She teaches sociology of education, nonformal basic education, and lifelong education.

Andrew Rosser

is Professor of Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Melbourne. His research examines the political economy of Indonesia, with a particular focus on education, health, migration, and economic policy. His other work on Indonesia’s education system has appeared in journals such as Comparative Education, International Journal of Educational Development, Third World Quarterly, Asian Studies Review, and Journal of Development Studies and edited books such as Juanita Elias and Lena Rethel (Eds.), The Everyday Political Economy of Southeast Asia (Cambridge University Press, 2016) and Darryl Jarvis and Ka Ho Mok (Eds.), Transformations in Higher Education Governance in Asia (Springer, 2019).

Widjajanti M. Santoso

is a senior researcher in the Research Centre for Society and Culture in the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. She holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Indonesia and a Master’s degree from the Australian National University. Her research is on the sociology of everyday life among middle-class communities, gender, and media as a medium for social change and academic activities in books, journals and conferences. She contributes to the development of knowledge on women by supporting the Graduate Program on Gender Studies at the University of Indonesia, and serving as a reviewer of Jurnal Perempuan.

Anne Suryani

holds a PhD in Educational Psychology and MEd by Research from Monash University, Australia. She has received a number of awards and scholarships throughout her academic journey, including the Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal for outstanding contribution to research for PhD. Anne has been working in educational research projects in Australia and Indonesia focusing on teacher motivation, teacher education and professional development, vocational education, assessment and curriculum. Anne is currently a research fellow in the Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne.

Aries Sutantoputra

earned his PhD in Management from Monash University, Australia and his MSc in International Financial Management from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Aries’s research interests include strategy, sustainability issues, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, cross-cultural issues, education management, and international development. Currently, Aries is a Faculty in the Management program at the School of Business in Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary, Canada. He is a firm believer in the transformative power of education and has been providing consultancy to improve the quality of education to a network of schools that serves marginalised communities in Indonesia.

Novita W. Sutantoputri

holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from the Faculty of Education, Monash University, Australia. Her main research interests are intercultural studies, students’ motivation, and gender differences in academic settings. Her studies on students’ motivation also relate to studies of teaching and learning, and students’ aspiration and attributions based on cultural differences. Beyond her work in education, she studies psychological application methods for chronic pain patients, particularly among patients with Fibromyalgia syndrome.

Isabella Tirtowalujo

holds a PhD in Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education from Michigan State University. Her research on the social context of schooling focused on the intersection of education, rurality, youth, and labour migration. Her more recent work explores issues of out-of-school children and capacity development in the context of decentralisation of education in Indonesia. Isabella has worked in education development projects supporting central and local governments, and development partners including UNICEF and the Asian Development Bank, in areas of capacity building, knowledge management, report development, and preparation of background studies and sectoral reviews for strategic planning in education. She is currently the Assistant Director of the MSU Asian Studies Center.

Nina Widyawati

is a senior researcher at the Research Centre for Society and Culture in the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. She completed her doctoral and master degrees in communication studies from the University of Indonesia. Her research interests are media and minority; information technology and social changes; and comparative studies of Indonesia and Malaysia. Her current work is on disinformation issues. She also teaches research methodology in the Communication Studies Program at Bakrie University in Jakarta.

David Wright

is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at Western Sydney University, Australia. He teaches in the overlapping areas of social ecology and transformative learning. He is especially interested in learning processes and the contexts within which new learning arises. These contexts include the changing world environment, as a consequence of hyper-capitalism and its contribution to climate change. He is co-editor of the recent Routledge publication Social Ecology: Transforming Worldviews and Practices (2020).

Preparing Indonesian Youth

A Review of Educational Research

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