Bring Coding to Your Class with Google CS First

I have no special IT background but I have great interest in learning coding. Why ? Simple. Coding teach you how to think and create. In the midst of our technology area, I realize Coding has become a new MUST LEARN language just like English. This is WHY you MUST learn Coding Among all best…

iTeach 1 : Collaborative, Independent, Engaging

iTeach is a short and simple story which elaborate simple features of future ready learning and teaching experience. iTeach simplify the most exciting experience of teaching and learning experience into simple title, elaboration, simple step, and representative pictures.  iTeach will be source of inspiration for students, teachers, administrator, edu-preneur, and government to redesign learning and teaching experience. This…

How I Started TED Ed Club Station in Indonesia

What inspired me to start TED Ed Club Station? After running TED Ed Club two years in Jakarta, I am impressed by the beauty of  students’ passion and ideas and I want to amplify, inspire, and support their passion and ideas and tell the world that  “Students are capable of doing something cool and meaningful.” This encourage…

10 Takeaways from My EdTecher Journey part 2

This is the second part of exciting journey of passion ! 6. Cultivate Growth Mindset Change is one of the hardest thing in the world. Not everyone like changes. But as long as you have growth mindset, you will always want to learn, unlearn, and relearn from reflection of your experiences. Integrating technologies in schools…

10 Takeaways from My EdTecher Journey part 1

I’m always excited to meet educators who share the same passion to learn & share my journey as teachers who love playing and working with the full power of technology! Today, I will share 10 takeaways from my EdTech journey. Here we go: 1. Grow your Passion I remember when I graduated from Pelita Harapan University…

The Ingredients of Meaningful Student-Teacher Relationship

High quality educational technology and pedagogy will be meaningless without effective relationship among teachers, students, and learning itself. The key of significant learning lies on significant relationship. Therefore, how do we build significant relationship with the students? Just like making a healthy dish require healthy ingredient, you need these three important healthy ingredients to ‘serve’ healthy relationship…

How Simplicity, Spontaneity, and Surprises Make You Learning

Who Truly is Responsible for Our Children’s Education? Only teachers, parents, school, or students? How Do We Learn to be Responsible for Our Education? After organizing and attending this event, I think this changes my whole perspectives about who truly is responsible for our education and how we can make a difference to our education…

Collaborative Problem Solving Skills : 21st Century Learning

Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) is one of the most relevant assessment techniques that are developed by a Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills, University of Melbourne. It incorporated students’ cognitive and social skills development that is needed for 21st century. I am interested to explore the implementation of Two Dimension progression of CPS that…

Four Questions of Learning Journey

Learning is forever journey. How you make it meaningful and rewarding experiences? Try using The Four Questions that I got from Foundations of Teaching for Learning 5: Planning for Teaching and Learning at Coursera.These are the four questions (Hallbert & Kaser, 2013): • Can you name two people in this school/setting who believe that you can be a success…

How to Evaluate Your Teaching?

Evaluation is the initial step to start better teaching learning experiences this year. Your students are one of the greatest sources to get meaningful evaluation. These are simple evaluation steps you could do in your class. 1. Flashback Recall your students memory on things they did in your class such as doing homework,  exercise, projects,…

The Journey is The Best Part (Part 1)

                            Seperti kata salah seorang tokoh di tv series “How I met Your Mother”, Robin Scherbatsky “You can’t jump straight to the end. The journey is the Best Part.” Kita tidak bisa lompat langsung sampai ke akhir. Perjalanan dan proses adalah bagian…

Adapting Online Learning

  Are you online learners? Get ready for new style of learning by reading this infographic: Source: http://edudemic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Adapting-Online-Learning-800.png