WILTA is committed to supporting the teaching and learning of Indonesian in Western Australia. WILTA members are not only Indonesian educators working in the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors but also students and community members who are also passionate about learning and teaching Indonesian. Click here to join WILTA for 2013
WILTA Workshop Term 2, 2013WILTA is supporting the valuable Language Immersion weekend from the 24-26 May 2013Read More
Reciprocal Teacher Visit 2013Have you thought about hosting an Indonesian Teacher at your school? Apply now! Read more
Surat dari Ibu Presiden
Lisa Djanegara Lisa is the President of WILTA. Click "Read More" to access her latest letter with news for members.Read More
Mendaftarkan diri di wa-indon email list
wa-indon is THE email mailing list for teachers of Indonesian across all levels and sectors in WA. An email mailing list works as an automatic relay service for all its subscribers. Every message sent to the list is automatically forwarded to every person on the list, including the person who sent it. It is a quick and easy way for a special interest group (like teachers of Indonesian in WA) to keep in touch and it’s FREE!
To subscribe to the list visit http://wwwstaff.murdoch.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/wa-indon and follow the instructions on the page
Whilst the list is based in Western Australia we welcome teachers of Indonesian from dimana-mana di dunia maya!
Indonesian DVDs now available for loanAs many WILTA members know, it is very difficult to get a hold of Indonesian viewing resources in Perth. The Indonesian film industry is still in its infancy, having been restricted during the Suharto years, and although there is a wealth of materials available on the web, there are few ‘professional’ extended viewing texts available that do not infringe copyright. Unlike other languages which have good representation on the foreign language shelves of JBHiFi and in the television guide of SBS, Indonesian films are particularly difficult to find.
Thanks to AISWA and the NALSSP, there is now a selection of Indonesian DVDs available for loan from The Grove Library (the new library on Stirling Hwy http://thegrovelibrary.net/). The DVDs can also be requested through local library branches. AISWA member school teachers have access to an extended range of films (and multiple copies of popular titles) - talk to Ibu Hara to find out more.
To read more about the DVDs available for loan and to see the full list of titles, click here.
The School Curriculum and Standards AuthorityThe School Curriculum and Standards Authority provides information regarding Years K-10, Senior Secondary, Australian Curriculum, its Publications and Reports as well as Events and Forms.
The Jakarta Post
Contribute to Warta WILTA!Are you teaching Indonesian? What have you been up to in your classroom lately? Share your ideas, activities and innovations with WILTA! We'd love to hear from you.
Contributions for Term One Warta WILTA are now open. Email the editor, Kellie, at email@example.com for more information or to enquire about advertising rates.
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