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[CATATAN HARIAN SAYA] #MenulisAdalahMelawan #MenulisAdalahPembebasan - Yose Rizal Triarto - Yogyakarta, 20 November 2017.

Saturday, July 29, 2017

#PasarKangenJogja2017


HARI TERAKHIR #PasarKangenJogja | Taman Budaya Yogyakarta #MajalahHorisonSeken Rp 15.000

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Certified Puzzle DISC - Behavioural style analysis & Driving Forces - Motivational analysis by Ensize International

 

Certified Puzzle DISC - Behavioural style analysis & Driving Forces - Motivational analysis by Ensize International

09/07/2017
Participant: Yose Rizal Triarto
Certification number: 3208-3475

Certified Puzzle DISC - Behavioural style analysis & Driving Forces - Motivational analysis by Ensize International

Welcome to the FREE online Ensize certification!

In this course you will learn everything you need to know in order to work efficiently and effectively with our tools Behavioural Style Analysis - Puzzle DISC and the Driving Forces Analysis. You will also find information to manage the main features and functions of the EDOC system.

Start by reading the basic material and finish with the test. You need to achieve over 80% in order to get your certificate. After passing the examen you will be prepared to start using the EDOC system.

We also recommend you to read the additional material to increase your knowledge. You have also the possibility to try your own combination assessment for free (Puzzle DISC and Driving Forces) and receive your personal report.

Finally you can get your own Ensize Official Certificate and try the EDOC system with 5 combination assessments (Puzzle DISC + Driving Forces) for FREE!

We hope you enjoy it!

*All material belongs to Ensize International and it´s strictly forbidden to copy and use for other purpose.

    CERTIFICATION BASIC MATERIAL
    Introduction
    1. DISC is a global language
    2. How does our personality evolve?
    3. Different behaviours and working life
    4. The DISC model
    5. DISC according to ENSIZE
    6. What does a DISC profile say?
    7. Description of the different colours
    8. “The other side of the coin” – when a strength becomes a weakness
    9. Prominent qualities linked to Puzzle DISC
    10. When colours communicate with each other
    11. DISC – how to adapt
    12. Motivation and driving forces
    13. Combinations of behavioural style – driving forces

    APPENDIX
    1. Appendix - Environmental factors are important in many different ways
    2. Appendix - RED behaviour
    3. Appendix - YELLOW behaviour
    4. Appendix - GREEN behaviour
    5. Appendix - BLUE behaviour
    6. Appendix - Behavioural Styles with one or more colours over the baseline

    More material
    The EDOC-system
    Ready to do the test

    Exam
    Start your test here

    Ensize Official Certificate
    Get the Official Certificate from Ensize and try the EDOC System here:
    http://www.ensize.asia/EDOC-PayGo-ASIA
    https://rise.articulate.com/share/1CnZxDOEmt7Vlu-kVBAur-vp28bJUs6P#/?_k=9p02xm

Monday, July 3, 2017

*KABAR GEMBIRA Anda Muda Kembali*

*KABAR GEMBIRA*
*Anda Muda Kembali*

_*WHO Mengeluarkan Kriteria Baru Kelompok Usia*_

* Usia 65 tahun masih tergolong pemuda
Organisasi Kesehatan Dunia WHO yang berkantor pusat di Jenewa, Swiss melalui studi tentang kualitas kesehatan dan harapan hidup rata-rata manusia di seluruh dunia menetapkan kriteria baru yang membagi kehidupan manusia ke dalam 5 kelompok usia sebagai berikut :

0 – 17 tahun : Anak-anak di bawah umur
18 – 65 tahun : Pemuda
66 – 79 tahun : Setengah baya
80 – 99 tahun : Orang tua
100 tahun ke atas : Orang tua berusia panjang

Jadi, geserkan pikiran Anda jangan lagi menggolongkan seseorang yang berusia 70 tahun ke dalam kelompok orang tua, karena standar baru dunia tersebut. Ingat ! 65 tahun saja masih masuk golongan pemuda.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

University of Pennsylvania STEM Statement of Accomplishment

University of Pennsylvania STEM Statement of Accomplishment

Thank you so much for the opportunity and knowledge, dear American English at State​l and University of Pennsylvania​. I have completed English for STEM from the University of Pennsylvania for FREE.

Grade Achieved: 100.0%.

English for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
University of Pennsylvania
About this Course

Welcome to English for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, a course created by the University of Pennsylvania, and funded by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of English Language Programs. To enroll in this course for free, click on “Enroll now” and then select "Full Course. No certificate." This course is designed for non-native English speakers who are interested in improving their English skills in the sciences. In this course, you will explore some of the most innovative areas of scientific study, while expanding your vocabulary and the language skills needed to share scientific information within your community. In unit 1, you will learn how to preview texts and practice some of the language used to make comparisons when talking about global warming and climate change. In unit 2, you will examine the chemistry of climate change and the language of cause and effect. In Unit 3, you will learn about some of the impacts of Climate Change and the language used to describe these effects. In Unit 4, you will learn reading strategies that can help you explore the science behind some new energy systems. In the final unit, you will investigate practical advances in Nanotechnology that help slow down climate change, while developing your own research skills in English. Anyone may take this course for free and get a generic Statement of Accomplishment issued by the University of Pennsylvania.

Language : Volunteer to translate subtitles for this course
How To Pass : Pass all graded assignments to complete the course.

Syllabus
Starting from 05 June to 12 July 2017

WEEK 1
Unit 1: Is the Earth Getting Warmer?
11 videos, 9 readings, 5 practice quizzes
Graded: Check Your Understanding: “Scientists’ Annual Physical of the Planet: Earth’s Fever Rises”
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "Climate Change: How Do we Know?"
Graded: Unit 1 Assessment 2: Climate Change

WEEK 2
Unit 2: The Greenhouse Effect
10 videos, 9 readings, 6 practice quizzes
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "A Blanket Around the Earth"
Graded: Unit 2 Assessment 1: Label the Parts of the Greenhouse Effect Diagram
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "Need Strategies to Clear the Air? Ask a Megacity."
Graded: Unit 2 Assessment 2: Speaking Assessment: Man-made Source of Greenhouse Effect

WEEK 3
The Impacts of Climate Change on our World
11 videos, 8 readings, 5 practice quizzes
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "The Consequences of Climate Change"
Graded: Unit 3 Assessment 1: The Effects of Climate Change on the Environment
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "New Study Suggests Global Marine Food Chain Collapse"

WEEK 4
Discovering Cleaner Energy Sources to Power the World
9 videos, 10 readings, 5 practice quizzes
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "Indian Scientists Design Solar Tree to Save Space for Solar Power Generation"
Graded: Unit 4 Assessment 1: Summary Response
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "Salting away renewable energy for future use."
Graded: Unit 4 Assessment 2: Speaking Assessment

WEEK 5
What Might the Future Hold?
11 videos, 8 readings, 5 practice quizzes
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "Can the Earth Be Saved by Turning CO2 to Stone?"
Graded: Unit 5 Assessment 1: Making New Technology Practical and Profitable
Graded: Check Your Understanding: "Profits From Eco-friendly Vertical Farming Stack Up"
Graded: Unit 5 Assessment 2: Peer Review: Reducing the Impacts of Climate Change

How It Works

GENERAL
How do I pass the course?
To earn your Course Certificate (and or Statement of Accomplishment from the University of Pennsylvania), you’ll need to earn a passing grade on each of the required assignments—these can be quizzes, peer-graded assignments, or programming assignments. Videos, readings, and practice exercises are there to help you prepare for the graded assignments.
What do start dates and end dates mean?
Most courses have sessions that run multiple times a year — each with a specific start and end date. Once you enroll, you’ll have access to all videos, readings, quizzes, and programming assignments (if applicable). Peer-graded assignments can only be submitted and reviewed once your session has begun. If you choose to explore the course without purchasing, you may not be able to access certain assignments. If you don’t finish all graded assignments before the end of the session, you can enroll in the next session. Your progress will be saved and you’ll be able to pick up where you left off when the next session begins.
What are due dates? Is there a penalty for submitting my work after a due date?
Within each session there are suggested due dates to help you manage your schedule and keep coursework from piling up. Quizzes and programming assignments can be submitted late without consequence. However, it is possible that you won't receive a grade if you submit your peer-graded assignment too late because classmates usually review assignment within three days of the assignment deadline.
Can I re-attempt an assignment?
Yes. If you want to improve your grade, you can always try again. If you’re re-attempting a peer-graded assignment, re-submit your work as soon as you can to make sure there’s enough time for your classmates to review your work. In some cases you may need to wait before re-submitting a programming assignment or quiz. We encourage you to review course material during this delay.

PEER-GRADED ASSIGNMENTS
Peer-graded assignments require you and your classmates to grade each other’s work.
How do peer graded assignments work?
After you submit your work, you’ll be asked to review your classmates’ assignments. To pass, you’ll need to earn a passing grade on your submission and complete the required number of reviews.
How are grades calculated?
You and your classmates will be asked to provide a score for each part of the assignment. Final grades are calculated by combining the median scores you received for each section.
What kind of feedback should I give?
Be respectful, encouraging, and honest. Acknowledge what your classmate did well and offer specific suggestions on how they can improve. Scores should reflect the learner’s understanding of the assignment prompt and points should not be deducted for difficulties with language or differences in opinion.
Is there a penalty for submitting my work late?
No, but it’s important to submit your work as close to the due date as you can. Classmates grade most of the assignments within three days of the due date. If you submit yours too late, there may not be anyone to review your work.
If I fail an assignment, can I try again?
Yes! You’ll can always try again, but you’ll need to resubmit your work as soon as possible to make sure your classmates have enough time to grade your work.
Can I edit my assignment?
Yes, but you’ll need to re-submit your work and any grade you’ve already received will be deleted.

Statement of Accomplishment

U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of English Language Programs
University of Pennsylvania
American English at State

Congratulations!

You have completed English for STEM from the University of Pennsylvania

Jack Sullivan
Director of Programs
English Language Programs

Alyssa Swanson
Intensive Program Manager
English Language Programs


University of Pennsylvania STEM Statement of Accomplishment : Course Home Page
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University of Pennsylvania STEM Statement of Accomplishment