YUNI SARI AMALIA S.S., M.A., Ph.D.

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1 Opening up Pathway to Social Justice Education in a Community-founded School in Indonesia
2 Opening up Pathway to Social Justice Education in a Community-founded School in Indonesia
3 Educational Reform from Centralizing to Decentralizing Curriculum in Indonesia: What the Teachers Think
4 Educational Reform from Centralizing to Decentralizing Curriculum in Indonesia: What the Teachers Think
5 Educational Reform from Centralizing to Decentralizing Curriculum in Indonesia: What the Teachers Think
6 ). Indonesian National Policies to Decentralizing Curriculum: What the Teachers Think
7 Preparing Teachers of English Learners in ESL and EFL Contexts
8 The Indonesian Government Mandate on the Inclusion of Local Cultural Values
9 ?It?s Time for English!?: Instructions on Learning With and Through English
10 ?A Breath of Fresh Air or A Lot of Hot Air?? Competence-Based Curricula that Address Local Values in Indonesia
11 ?Is Decentralizing Educational Reform in Indonesia Moving Forward??: English Teachers Express Their Views
12 The Instruction for Local Cultures Inclusion: Perspectives from Teachers
13 Dialogue Running Through Our Narrative Research
14 Qualitative Research in Education and Indigenous Communities: The Experiences from Indonesia, Peru, South Africa, and the United States
15 Coming to theory
16 Why do we need to learn Multicultural/Social Justice Education when we already know it?: A critical ethnography study on a Teachers? Dialog Group in Indonesia
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