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Vol. 3 No. 2 (2024): International Conference on Education, Culture, Literacy, Numeracy and Humanities (INCECINS)
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The Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) at Muria Kudus University (UMK) held an international seminar with the theme of education policy in the ASEAN region amidst the increasing global development of society 5.0.
This online event brought together academics, education practitioners, and researchers from various countries in the ASEAN region to discuss and share views on changes and challenges in education policy in this increasingly connected era.
This seminar is the first step to understanding how education in ASEAN can develop sustainably amidst globalization and the industrial revolution 4.0 that is sweeping the region. The International Conference on Education, Culture, Literacy, Numeracy and Humanities (INCECINS) raised the theme "Looking at Education Policy in ASEAN in the Era of Society 5.0".
Some of the topics that were the focus of discussion included the integration of technology in the education curriculum, the development of 21st-century skills, as well as strategies to increase access to education for all levels of society in ASEAN.
In the keynote session, Prof. Dr. Ir. Darsono, M. Si from UMK gave his views on three points of Education Policy with the dynamic needs of 21st-century students. Utilizing technology for inclusive education. Encourage lifelong learning and skills development and promote cultural diversity and global citizenship.
This seminar ended with an agreement to continue collaborating and sharing knowledge to improve the quality of education in ASEAN, making this seminar a starting point for joint efforts in facing educational challenges in the era of society 5.0.

Published: 2024-05-27
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