Rabu, 10 Februari 2016

Education to Build a Better Future for All

In these days, we live in a world that have many problems, both local and global. We have to solve our own problems. We should not depend on others. Of course to resolve that problem we need an education first. This time I want to describe my concrete ideas for an ideal education to solve our problem.
Education does not have to come from school. We can read any literature to increase knowledge. But, not everyone can understand the purpose of the literature that he/she read. Therefore we need mentors to taught us about what is inside that literature. Then a school was created for students who want to study. In Indonesia, the government make sure the education is free for 9 years. Indonesia is consist of many levels of education. There are TK, SD , SMP or junior high school, and SMA or senior highschool. After senior high school, we can continue our study to college. So what kind of education that can build a better future for all ? An education can be successful if it meets a number of factors, namely in terms of the way teachers teach, the proximity of the teacher with his students, and of course from the students himself. The are some important lessons to be mastered. I will explain one by one to you.

Firstly, a teacher need to know how to teach student. He/she must understand the nature of each of his/her students. Because if his students like the way the teachers teach, students will enjoy learning and would understand what the teacher teaches. If students understand, they can use it for every day life. Secondly, the important thing was proximity of the teacher with his students. Students will feel comfortable if the teacher was kind, considerate, and not killer. Then, the student also should study as much as possible to reach success. And lastly are some important lessons to be mastered. Character education is the most important thing in education. Knowledge are nothing if we don’t have character. Also our mind could be made chaotic in debate or works if we don’t have good character. Character also can determine our success in future. Then after character we must have knowledge. We can be accepted in any place if we have knowledge. We can also solve any problems in our life if we have knowledge. We can also be a good leader because with knowledge we can manage many things. But in order to become a successful leader we need a leadership education. Leadership is needed because we can influence people to become better. We can solve even a complex problem with leadership, we will also be honored if we have leadership.

That’s all about my opinion about ”Education to Build a Better Future for All” thankyou….

Rabu, 13 Januari 2016

Mobile phone

‘Mobile phones have made life worse, not better’ 

Mobile phones is one of the most important thing in modern world. We can do a lot of works in that one small items. It can also connected people from all around the worlds. Now ,even we can play a lot of games in mobile phones. We can also searching any topics in mobile phone. It can help us to get more information.   In nowadays, 1 person is have at least  1 mobile phone. But if we play with mobile phone to much, it can damage our eye sight. The negatives of mobile phone is also it can make us don’t care about people around us. So it can disturb our social life.
If I agree with ‘Mobile phones have made life worse, not better’, I can say that mobile phone can make us don’t have friend .Because if we addicted to mobile phone, it can disturb us to have a social life. It can also damage our eye sight. Also if we have expensive smartphone, it can make social jealousy. A lot of people says that we cant life without mobile phones, but I think it wrong. Without mobile phones live is better. So I think we don’t really need mobile phones. We can meet up with someone more often. We also can’t cheating if we don’t have mobile phones. So it can make people more honest.

If I don’t agree with ‘Mobile phones have made life worse, not better’, I can say that mobile phone are very important. It can help us to do any work. It also can help us to communicating with people that far away. We can have transaction buy/sell in that small thing. We can also get newest information so quickly because in mobile smartphone we can use search engine for example google etc. Social media also help us to doing assignment or a task from school with friend. In social media also we can get free call. We can get all that provits in mobile phones. So actually mobile phones is made your life better right ? not worse ?
            That’s all my argument about that statement,,,Thankyou!!

Massachusetts Institute Technology

Hello everyone!!!I want to tell you about my dream university and explain how to apply to it....
Before that i want to tell you a little about MIT....let's check it out
MIT, with five schools and one college which contain a total of 32 departments, is often cited as among the world's top universities. The Institute is traditionally known for its research and education in the physical sciences and engineering, and more recently in biologyeconomicslinguistics, and management as well. The "Engineers" sponsor 31 sports, most teams of which compete in the NCAA Division III's New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference; the Division I rowing programs compete as part of the EARC and EAWRC.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1861 in response to the increasing industrialization of the United States, MIT adopted a European polytechnic university model and stressed laboratory instruction in applied science and engineering. Researchers worked on computersradar, and inertial guidanceduring World War II and the Cold War. Post-war defense research contributed to the rapid expansion of the faculty and campus under James Killian. The current 168-acre (68.0 ha) campus opened in 1916 and extends over 1 mile (1.6 km) along the northern bank of the Charles River basin.

As of 2015, 85 Nobel laureates, 52 National Medal of Science recipients, 65 Marshall Scholars, 45 Rhodes Scholars, 38 MacArthur Fellows, 34 astronauts, and 2 Fields Medalists have been affiliated with MIT. The school has a strong entrepreneurial culture, and the aggregated revenues of companies founded by MIT alumni would rank as the eleventh-largest economy in the world
How to appy to MIT?
If you are an international student, you may not be familiar with the application process for American colleges, including MIT. This is a quick overview to help you understand how applying to an American school like MIT works. Some of the information in here is also true for American colleges other than MIT, but you should make sure to check with other schools before applying since we can't speak for them! 

Am I International? 

MIT considers any student who does not hold US citizenship or permanent residency to be an international applicant, regardless of where you live or attend school. US Permanent Residents are those students who have an official copy of their Green Card in hand. If you are in the process of obtaining a Green Card, then you are considered by MIT to be an international student. If you are an American citizen or permanent resident, then you are considered a domestic applicant; however, if you have lived for long periods of time outside the United States, some of this information may still be helpful to orient you in the process.

When To Apply

Most US students apply to MIT at the beginning of their final year of high school, and international applicants should do the same. Only accepted students are required to send final grades, and we understand that they will not be available until the summer months. Most applicants are 17-19 years of age. Some may be younger, especially if they have studied ahead; some may be older, especially if their countries have mandatory military service after secondary school. 
Students who have already enrolled at another university - either in America or abroad - must apply to MIT as a transfer student. 

How MIT Considers International Applicants

MIT receives many applications from very smart and talented international citizens. From this great pool of candidates, we may only take a small cupful. Every year more than 4,000 international students apply to MIT, and we can admit fewer than 150. 
We limit the number of international students we can accept because of our generous financial aid. MIT is one of the few schools in the US that offers need-blind admissions and meets their full financial need. "Need-blind" means we will consider your application equally, no matter how rich or poor you are or how much you could pay to attend. "Meeting your full financial need" means MIT will give you enough financial aid so that you can afford to attend, no matter how much or how little your family can pay. 
Even though the international application process is very competitive, we still admit wonderful students from all over the world every year. There are students from 116 countries at MIT. Approximately 9% of our undergraduates are international, and 40% of graduate students are citizens of other countries. There is a strong international community here at MIT, so no matter how far you are from home, you can still feel at home here. 

What You Need To Do

To apply to MIT, you must take some tests and complete our application. Due to capacity issues only a limited number of interviews are available in some regions outside the US. If you live outside the US and your interview is initially waived, you will be notified if an interviewer becomes available. Requesting an interview will not ensure that you will receive an interview. If it is not possible to provide an interview for you, we will not hold it against you.

Grades & Coursework

If you attended high school outside of the United States, your grades and subjects of study might have been very different than those of most American students. However, this will not negatively impact your application to MIT. 
MIT Admissions Counselors are trained to understand the educational system in your part of the world. We do not try to convert your grades to the American system, or to find other sorts of equivalence. You will not be competing against your classmates or students in other parts of the world; we do not have caps or quotas for countries. We consider each student as an individual as they proceed through our process. 
However, all students are required to demonstrate minimum competence in fields they will continue to study at MIT. We recommend that all international students study: 
·         Four years of English
·         Mathematics, at least to the level of calculus
·         Two or more years of history / social studies
·         Biology
·         Chemistry
·         Physics
While these courses are not required, studying them will increase the chances that you will be sufficiently prepared academically to attend MIT. Students without all of the listed recommended classes are welcome to apply.
Tests To Take
International students - or domestic students who do not speak English natively - have two options for testing. We have no preference between these options. It is your choice, and you should take the set of tests with which you feel the most comfortable (All November testing is allowed for EA consideration and January testing is allowed for RA consideration.):
·         Option 1: The SAT or the ACT, as well as two SAT Subject Tests: one in math (level 1 or 2), and one in science (physics, chemistry, or biology e/m).
·         Option 2: The TOEFL (we do not accept IELTS) as well as two SAT Subject Tests: one in math (level 1 or 2) and one in science (physics, chemistry, or biology e/m). This option is especially recommended for students who do not speak English at home or in school, or who have been speaking English for fewer than five years.
Native English speakers must take either the SAT Reasoning Test or the ACT; and two SAT Subject Tests: one in math (level 1 or 2), and one in science (physics, chemistry, or biology e/m).
All students must meet the testing requirements. You may not substitute other exams (such as IB, A-Levels, etc.) for the above testing requirements. Students from countries where the SAT and ACT are not offered (such as Iran and the People's Republic of China) will be considered without a full set of required test scores on a case-by-case basis.
We have no minimum or recommended scores for the SAT Reasoning Test, the ACT, or the SAT Subject Tests. You may wish to view testing statistics from the most recent admissions cycle here.
However, we do have minimum and recommended scores for the TOEFL. These minimums are in place to ensure your level of English proficiency. Because MIT offers no English as a Second Language (ESL) programs, and English is the language of MIT, all students must show that they will thrive in our community. The minimum TOEFL scores are:

Paper Based Test (PBT)
Internet Based Test (iBT)

Your scores must be reported to us officially from the testing agency; scores you list on your application and scores appearing on your school transcript will not be considered official. We recommend you list MIT as a school to receive your scores when you take the test. If you take the January test, you must list MIT as a school to receive your scores or we will not receive your scores in time for our review. Our SAT and TOEFL code is 3514, and our ACT code is 1858.
It is important for all students - and very important for international students - to register for tests with the same name as you have indicated on your application and MyMIT account. Your record and test scores will not be linked to our system if the names do not match.
You can get more information and register for the SAT tests online at www.collegeboard.org, the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) at www.ets.org/toefl, and the ACT at www.act.org.

The MIT Application

Application Process

International students fill out the same application as domestic students. For more information, you should read more about: 
·         Creating a MyMIT account
·         Part 1: Personal Information
·         Interviewing
·         February Updates & Notes Form
·         Submitting Supplements

Dates & Deadlines

Dates and deadlines for EA/RA are as follows: 
·         September-October of application year: create a MyMIT account, begin the application
·         October 20: deadline to contact your interviewer (if available) for EA
·         November 1: EA deadline 
·         November 30: deadline to complete all testing requirements for EA
·         December 10th: deadline to contact your interviewer (if available) for RA
·         Mid-December: EA decisions released
·         January 1st: RA deadline
·         January 31: deadline to complete all testing requriements for RA
·         January/February: complete the February Updates & Notes Form as soon as it is available
·         February 15th: deadline to submit all Financial Aid materials
·         Mid-March: RA decisions released 
Okay thats all about MIT and how to apply to MIT, i hope i can study in MIT aamiin....

Novel Review

Hello everyone!!
Now i want to tell you about The Philosopher's stone one of Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling's
Before that i want to explain about harry potter

Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by British author J. K. Rowling. The series chronicles the life of a youngwizard, Harry Potter and his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The main story arc concerns Harry's struggle against the Dark wizard Lord Voldemort, who aims to become immortal, overthrow the Ministry of Magic, subjugate non-magic people and destroy anyone who stands in his way.

The Philosopher’s Stone is the first in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series of seven novels that have made her the most successful literary author of all time, selling in excess of 400 million copies world-wide. The books are read and enjoyed by children and adults alike and have also been made into hugely popular.

When I first began reading the Philosopher’s stone I was immediately struck by how good - and laugh-out-loud funny - the humour was. You usually need to read a Terry Pratchett novel to ensure constant laughter throughout but Rowling has managed to infuse this book with a lovely wit and charm that will both amuse and delight adults and children.

One of the places that i like is Hogwarts. Hogwarts is a truly magical place, not only in the most obvious way but also in all the detail that the author has gone to describe it so vibrantly. It is the place that everybody wishes they could of gone to when they where eleven. And there many adventures befall the trio (Harry, Ron and Hermione) and the stone in the book's title is centren to all that happens. In my opinion, This book is highly recommended to anybody between the ages of 8 and 80.

So its a very interesting novel, but if you dont like read novel, you can also watch the film.
Yeay finally i finish this post, thank you and happy reading!!!!!


My dream job

Hello everyone!!!!!
Everyone has a dream, right? now  i want to tell you about my dream job.

I’m going to finish primary school soon and I have to make a decision what to do in the future. I don’t need a lot of time to decide about my future occupation.

I have always dreamed about being a programmer. It is a job that I have liked since I was in junior high school. Technology are very important in the modern world. I find them interesting and I want to become programmer because i want to make an application/technology that can change the world or at least its useful for all people

The good sides of the job are it can increase creativity and a thought that you are doing something important for all people, and include your ability to make all kinds of games you can enjoy. You can also make programmes for a computer to do all the filing for you and much more.

The bad side of the job is you can damage your eye sight.

Not all the people can be a programmer. As I get to know about this job more, I'm starting to believe that you have to be born for it. 

The reasons why i want to do this job is mainly because it is a lot of fun and comfortable, and you can enjoy yourself each day you work. I hope that one day my dream will come true and I will be one of the best programmer in the world.

okay thats all about my dream job, thankyou!!

Selasa, 08 September 2015


Assalamualaikum Wr. Wb.
Hello readers, I want to tell you now about peace.......

From web bibblestudytools.com, peace is a period of harmony between different social groups that is characterized by lack of violence or conflict behaviors, and the freedom from fear of violence. Shortly, peace is a state where there is no conflict or disturbance.

Everyone wants peace right?. Imagine yourself living without problems and all. It must be a really good life. Peace is actually not impossible to be reached. But it's hard because there is a lot of people that have ego and they're think that better than the other and that will make a new conflict again and again.

There's actually so many opinions about peace. Some of opinions are based on religion. Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, etc all have their own opinions, but in fact essentially the same. And for the example, I will talk about Albert Einstein opinions or quotes about peace.

" Peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding "- Albert Einstein

From the quotes above, we can say that peace cannot be force because there will be no peace if we use force to achieve peace. We can achieve peace if only we can understand each other. Therefore, firstly we need to understand people around us so there will be no conflict and we can achieved peace together:)

Okay I think that's all that I can tell to you about peace, if you have a different way of thinking its okay. Bye!!!Wassalamualaikum Wr Wb 

A Good Leader

We need a leader among us. Of course we must choose a good leader. A good leader has some qualifications, and I will explain to you about that now.

First of all, a good leader needs to have a good vision and a leader must have commitment . A leader must have goals. A leader must work hard to prove their commitment so that he will be respected.

Second, a good leader must work honestly because a leader will be an example for the people around him.

Third, of course a good leader also needs good people to lead, and those people must help the leader to accomplish the goals.

And lastly, A good leader must be confident because a leader can influence people around him. For example, if the leader confident, of course the people around him also will think positive and the leader will be able to gain more trust from people around him.

So, being a good leader is not an easy job, and its very hard to find someone who has above charactheristics. But we all can be leaders if we want, we can make ourselves better and better and eventually, we'll surpass all of the qualifications above. 

That's all I can talk about a good leader, thank you!