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ERIC Number: ED224679
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Pages: 27
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-0-932288-63-4
Bintang Anda: A Game Process for Community Development. Technical Note No. 18.
Marzuki, Saleh; Dilts, Russ
Bintang Anda (Your Star) is not a single game, but is rather a format for a family of simulation games which was developed in 1975 when the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture began a search for innovations in educational technology that could be applied to problems of rural development. Indonesia's development goals emphasize improvement of the quality of life through development of its human resources, yet there is lack of staff, materials, and training to carry out these goals. Bintang Anda is a simple board game played by 10-15 people using a die, a pictoral game board, simple messages, and draw cards. The game incorporates real life situations along with relevant content information concerning important aspects of daily life (health, sanitation, nutrition, etc.). The educational purposes of the game include assisting villagers to critically analyze their current situation, raising community awareness of development potential and problems, promoting peer learning, and transferring needed content information to the community. Bintang Anda was developed and used in the District of Malang, East Java, and caught on rapidly. In many cases results could be seen in behavioral changes; awareness and attitudinal improvements were also noted. An example of a Bintang Anda game is provided. (BRR)
Center for International Education, 285 Hills House South, Amherst, MA 01003 ($1.00 plus postage, 10% discount on orders of 20 or more).
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: World Bank, Washington, DC.; Ministry of Education and Culture (Indonesia).
Authoring Institution: Massachusetts Univ., Amherst. Center for International Education.
Identifiers: Consciousness Raising; Human Resources Development; Indonesia; Indonesia Nonformal Educational Project; PENMAS (Indonesia)