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Pendidikan Karakter Berbasis Nilai-nilai

April 14, 2015

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By : Ms Lanny Mengapa nilai-nilai “Pendidikan Karakter Berbasis Nilai-nilai” itu penting di sekolah-sekolah Katolik? Perubahan Zaman. Perubahan zaman serta kecanggihan teknologi ini membuat perilaku anak-anakpun berubah serta moral peserta didik rendah. Perubahan-perubahan zaman juga mengubah cara pandang dan cara hidup: serba praktis, serba cepat, memenuhi keinginan, kebebasan, demokratis–> yang penting tujuan tercapai. Contoh yang lain; anak-anak […]

Origami Dalam Pembelajaran

January 21, 2015

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By: Lanny Siapa tidak mengenal origami. Setidaknya mengetahui kertas origami. Kertas berbentuk persegi dengan berbagai warna dan motif. Rasanya setiap anak suka melipat-lipat kertas. Ada yang suka melipat menjadi bentuk binatang, bunga ataupun pesawat terbang. Origami sendiri adalah sebuah kata yang berasal dari bahasa Jepang dan dikenal sebagai kebudayaan Negara Jepang. Istilah ini populer di […]

Implikasi Pendekatan Saintifik Kurikulum 2013 terhadap Mindset Guru dalam Proses Pembelajaran (Part 1/2)

August 11, 2014

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By: F.X.Susanto,S.IP.,M.Pd.   Terlepas dari pro dan kontra, Implementasi Kurikulum 2013 dirancang selain sebagai upaya untuk memperbaiki implementasi pendidikan, juga untuk memfasilitasi peserta didik dalam menjawab tuntutan pendidikan era global abad 21. Penyelenggaraan Pendidikan abad 21 dirancang agar dapat menghasilkan generasi yang Produktif, Kreatif, Inovatif, dan Afektif melalui penguatan Sikap, Keterampilan dan Pengetahuan yang terintegrasi […]

The Positive Power of Setbacks: 14 Ways to Use Setbacks to Reach Success

June 27, 2014

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By: Romelen Papa You’ve been working hard to eat better, but one day you binge at Taco Bell. Or, you’ve tried to quit smoking several times. You made it a few days once, a week the next time, and three weeks the most recent time. Congratulations! I don’t mean this sarcastically, but I do mean to get […]

When Good Parents Have Difficult Children: It’s Not Your Fault

February 12, 2014

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By: Romelen Papa Do you feel like you’re a great parent with a difficult child? Do you find that you’re constantly analyzing your parenting skills? Do you carry around some guilt because your kid is the bully or troublemaker? It’s time to stop being so hard on yourself and start giving yourself the break you […]

The Impact of Robotics on Children’s Learning and Attitude

August 16, 2013

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By: Romelen Papa We are now living in a modern world. Amid traffic jams, enclosed within concrete and steel walls, high tech gadgets as well as Robots. One of the most effective means by which children can create technology is to develop an understanding and critical thinking. Robotics is seen by many as offering major […]

15 Tips for Getting Students Focused on College and Careers

April 12, 2013

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By: Romelen Papa Here are the 15 ways career and college focused for students. Which ones might work in yours? 1) Host a mock-interview day. Recruit volunteers and have them interview every student in your school, not just upperclassmen. Arm your students with the tools they need for this important scenario: résumés, cover letters, communication skills, business attire, […]