Education in Denmark: Best Practices for Indonesia
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- Literacy Education in Denmark; Literacy Education in Indonesia
The quality of the population of a nation is influenced by many things, including: education, health and the level of economic income. Compared to developed countries, the level of education is very good and quality because it is supported by adequate educational facilities and infrastructure. In the era of globalization and the increasingly strong development of information technology today, relations between nations and countries are increasingly open and it is necessary to learn from each other, especially from developing and underdeveloped countries to more developed countries. Indonesia as a developing country can take that choice to study in a more advanced country as a step to adapt to the times so as not to be crushed by competition or isolated from world relations.
The article is an educational comparison study using the method of literature studies or literature studies on theories or data relevant to the objectives and problems studied. The topic studied was education in Denmark with the aim of exploring good practices that can be adapted for education in Indonesia. The focus study examines concepts, theories and literature-sourced data, such as sites, books, journals, and so on published in print or online. Meanwhile, the method of collecting data from the data source of this research is documentation, by making documents or records as data sources and the contents of records become the subject of research or variables. This article is interested in comparing education between Denmark and Indonesia with the following considerations. First, the political and regulatory systems between Denmark and Indonesia are very different, so it is interesting to compare them with each other in order to find gaps and red threads in improving education in Indonesia with the existing regulatory situation. Second, comparative studies of education between Denmark and Indonesia are still very rare, so it is very interesting to make comparisons of education in order to take good practices (best practices) from other countries with more advanced education, such as Denmark, to adopt and adapt several things that can be implemented in policy and practice. Third, Denmark and Indonesia have different socio-cultural and political systems although based on the same spirit, namely democracy, but have different socio-cultural roots and national ideologies. This is an interesting reason for the need to compare education in Denmark and Indonesia in terms of making the socio-cultural roots and the roots of the national system as the basis for formulating the national education system, especially the literacy movements in their respective countries.
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TY - CONF AU - Muhammad Thobroni AU - Ida Zulaeha AU - Hari Bakti Mardikantoro AU - Tommi Yuniawan PY - 2021 DA - 2021/12/23 TI - Education in Denmark: Best Practices for Indonesia BT - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Education and Pedagogy (ICIEP 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 256 EP - 264 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211219.046 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.211219.046 ID - Thobroni2021 ER -