Never Underestimate Resume!

You must never underestimate your resume whenever you’re trying to get a job. Sadly, most people act that way. Whenever they are trying to be employed, most people think that their capabilities are the most important thing. To be honest, there’s nothing wrong about such way of thinking. However, before the employers can really understand


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Does teaching as a process of imparting knowledge in today’s technological age is still valid? What if the teacher (read: teacher) did not impart knowledge to people they teach? Are they also considered that person has been taught? Then, if so what the success criteria of teaching? Whether teaching is only determined by how much knowledge has been delivered?


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Questioning Teacher Morality

Teachers pee standing up, piss pupil ran. Thus the parable which has traditionally given to the importance of keeping the behavior or morality of teachers. Teachers who memunyai morality will negatively impact on the morality of their students as well. Indeed, as a teacher should be a role model and example for the students, as the origin of the word itself teacher: digugu and imitated. As a teacher, the consequences should be capable of more than that


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Students Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) unremitting innovation. Seeing the vulnerability of marine pollution caused by oil spills, two students of ITB, namely Evan Febrianto from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Evita Izza Dwiyanti from the Department of Forestry Engineering designed a prototype Integrated Controlled Sorbent (ICS), a technology to tackle oil spill disaster in the oceans is responsive, fast, and integrated.


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The impact of globalization is happening today bringing the Indonesian people forget the educational character of the nation. Events such as corruption, collusion and nepotism that today shows that the community was able to take action before you may have never imagined. That’s because globalization has brought us to the “deification” of material resulting in an imbalance between economic development and cultural traditions of society.


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Education basically holds a very important role in fostering mental and moral attitudes of society. In general, education has the goal to cultivate the potential of humanity as a whole and balanced, so it can really be fully human in the sense that humans can recognize itself as well as recognizing human dignity. Humans are thus of course be able to differentiate themselves from the chains of ignorance, backwardness and poverty.


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