Be a creator and explorer in the Classroom of the Future’s unique learning expedition with this year’s theme: Fantastic Islands of Learning.

Explore a variety of Indonesian cooking, spices & ingredients and gain practical cooking knowledge guided by master chefs, while learning about nutrition and sustainability in the Food Explorer program.

Hand in hand with the development in technology, students will have first hand experience in filming and documenting the cooking experience using multimedia technology for creative online journalism. The Food Explorer program is also running during weekend and is open for any kid and young adult.

Not only that, there are other Classroom of the Future’s programs:

Underwaterworld Explorer

Experts and our technology partners will guide students in exploring, collecting and analyzing different aspects of marine ecosystem, including coral reefs, sea creatures and microorganisms using cutting edge technology in active learning.

Sound & Music Explorer

Different methods such as directing, recording and storytelling are used for the explorers to create audio stories using musical instruments and rich sounds from Indonesia. Our technology partner from the TV industry and experts such as sound engineer and illustrator will share insights and practical knowledge in this exciting experience.

Arts and Creativity Explorer

Divided into several themes, Arts and Creativity will explore Indonesian arts such as the handcrafted Batik and other designs. Students will be able to channel their creativity in combining the traditional crafts with modern design methods.

Young Journalists Explorer

As an umbrella program, students will take a role as reporters in developing digital documentation in sharing their ideas through creative techniques such as filmmaking, photography, Student TV, comics/drawings, social media, story telling, eBook creation, coding & making, and 3D printing.

This daily program will take place at the Classroom of the Future’s booth in Hall 4.2 A86, the special Food Explorer kitchen at the Gourmet Gallery in Hall 3.1, the Indonesian Guest of Honour Pavilion and the entire fairground of the Frankfurt Book Fair.

To schedule your school’s visit to the Classroom of the Future, please contact: Martina Wolff de Carrasco at:

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Explore a variety of Indonesian cooking, spices, and ingredients from 14 October until 18 October from 9:00-17:00. Gain practical cooking knowledge guided by master chefs and learn about nutrition and sustainability. The Food Explorer program is open for children and young adults from 12-18 years old. It also runs during the weekend.

Roland Burger

Petty Elliot
Putri Mumpuni
Astrid Enricka Dhita

Vocational School:

Supported by Bakti Pendidikan Djarum Foundation


14 October 15 October
Morning: 9:30-12:30 Afternoon: 16:00-16:30 Morning: 9.30-12.30 Afternoon: 16:00-16:30

Bubur Manado – Manadonese Mixed Vegetable Porridge

Kue Lumpur - Pumpkin Soufflé Pancake

Nurturing Excellent Cup of Coffee:
An Introduction to Coffee Ecosystem

By: Lisa Virgiano

Pepes Ikan - Steamed Fish with Minced Mixed Spices wrapped in Banana leaves

Kolak Pisang – Banana Compote in Sweet Coconut Milk

Dessert Session:
Color it Up, Naturally

By: Helianti Hilman

16 October 17 October
Morning: 9:30-12:30 Afternoon: 16:00-16:30 Morning: 9.30-12.30 Afternoon: 16:00-16:30

Mie Goreng – Fried Noodles

Dawet AyuGreen Rice Jelly with Jackfruit

Nurturing Excellent Cup of Coffee:
An Introduction to Coffee Ecosystem

By : Lisa  Virgiano

Bakso Daging Bumbu Rendang -  Meatballs in Caramelized Curry Sauce

Bir Pletok - Aromatic Herbal Non-Alcoholic Beer

Dessert Session:
Archipelago Spice and Herbs Fiesta

By: Helianti Hilman

18 October 2015 14-18 October (Daily Walkthrough)
Morning: 9:30-12:30 Afternoon: 16:00-16:30 Venue : SPICE ISLAND CAFÉ at the Guest of Honour Pavilion

Asinan – Mixed Fruits and Vegetable Pickled Salad

Nasi Kuning – Fragrant Turmeric Rice

Kunyit Asam – Fresh Turmeric, Tamarind, and Palm Sugar Tea

Dessert Session:
Coconut Nation

By: Helianti Hilman

A Walkthrough to the Spices Display

Indonesian spice experts will guide you through 50 different spices, installed on Lesung (giant wooden mortars), especially brought to Frankfurt from the Spice Islands. And taste natural snacks made of spices.