November 18, 2017

Cikal Daycare Di Rumah Main Cikal Cilandak!

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Cikal Daycare hadir di Rumah Main Cikal Cilandak! 

Kabar gembira!

Sesuai dengan masukan dan harapan dari orang tua murid di Rumah Main Cikal dan juga sebagai peningkatan pelayanan Rumah Main Cikal dengan membuka tambahan fasilitas Cikal Daycare yang bisa dinikmati khusus untuk anggota dari Rumah Main Cikal.

Berikut adalah fasilitas Cikal Daycare yang diberikan oleh Rumah Main Cikal:

  1. Jam operasional mulai dari pukul 07.00 - 18.00 WIB;
  2. Berlaku untuk anak di level kelas Kakak-kakak & Pre-Kindie;
  3. Diluar jam sekolah, anak-anak akan dijaga oleh pengasuh yang terlatih, asisten guru & guru piket;
  4. Anak akan mendapat 1x makan siang dan 2x snack;
  5. Harga tambahan untuk fasilitas Cikal Daycare adalah:

Per bulan

Rp. 2.400.000,-

Per term (3 bulan)

Rp. 6.750.000,-

 

* diluar uang enrollment dan tuition untuk sekolah di Rumah Main Cikal

* waktu penagihan pembayaran dilakukan bersamaan dengan penagihan uang sekolah bulanan anak

Pendaftaran untuk Cikal Daycare dapat dilakukan melalui surel ke info.rmccilandak@cikal.co.id atau langsung menghubungi admin membership di nomor telepon 021-29125541 atau 081317235511.

Ikuti TRIAL DAYCARE yang dibuka pada tanggal 11 - 15 September 2017, pkl 07.00-18.00 WIB di Rumah Main Cikal Cilandak, terbuka untuk anak dari usia 2-4 tahun. 

Segera daftarkan anak Anda, dan jadi yang pertama untuk mencoba Cikal Daycare. Selamat menikmati fasilitas baru kami!

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November 18, 2017

Cikal Internship Program

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Cikal membuka kesempatan untuk Mahasiswa/i tingkat akhir atau lulusan perguruan tinggi untuk mengikuti program CIkal Internship. 
 
Berikut adalah daftar program studi yang diutamakan:

1. Teknik Industri
2. M-IPA 
3. Pendidikan Agama Islam/Kristen/Katholik/Hindu/Budha
4. Psikologi
5. Sastra
6. Ekonomi/Manajemen
7. Hukum
8. Seni (Teater/Drama, Musik, Tari)
9. Teknik Informatika

Yuk, mari bergabung bersama kami.

Info lebih lanjut internship@cikal.co.id - Subject : Cikal Internship program

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November 18, 2017

Cerita Dari Seorang Ibu

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Mendirikan Cikal 18 tahun yang lalu, bukan pengalaman pertama saya sebagai pendidik perempuan, karena sejak beberapa tahun sebelumnya saya sudah mengajar di Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Indonesia. Tetapi mendirikan Cikal jadi pengalaman pertama saya mendidik anak sendiri di sekolah sekaligus anak begitu banyak sahabat dan kenalan baru yang kemudian menjadi bagian dari "keluarga besar". Hingga sekarang, kata keluarga jadi bagian yang sangat penting dari peran ini - lebih dari sekedar tulisan "Refleksi Cinta Keluarga" dibawah logo kami.

Menjadi ibu Kepala Sekolah sekaligus Ibu anak-anak di Cikal adalah bagian dari perjalanan hidup yang paling saya syukuri. Memikirkan kekhawatiran saat melepas anak berada di lingkungan berbeda, saya jalani sejak Fathi memulai kelas Adik-Adik di Cikal Kemang tahun 1999. Juga saat Nishrin pergi dalam perjalanan budaya ke Korea dengan kursi roda beberapa tahun lampau, sampai Nihlah memulai Middle School di Cikal Setu beberapa bulan lalu. Merasakan malu dan sekaligus lucu, saat anak saya (yang menolak disebut namanya 😊) lupa memakai sepatu ke sekolah karena terburu-buru dan sebagai konsekuensi harus mengikat kakinya dengan koran terbaru. Melakukan hal yang disesali masih sering saya alami, misanya saat tidak bisa hadir assembly karena perlu mengisi acara Cikal di kampus yang berbeda pada jadwal yang sama. Saya sadar betul, menjadi orangtua (dan pendidik) adalah peran yang penuh cobaan sekaligus penuh harapan.

 

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Perjalanan setiap keluarga dan bawaan setiap anak pasti berbeda, tetap sejak awal pendiriannya, Cikal percaya pada satu cita-cita. Mewujudkan komunitas pelajar sepanjang hayat yang berkontribusi pada perubahan pendidikan. Kami ingin setiap anak, dan orang disekelilingnya, mengembangkan Cikal 5 Stars Competencies, karena kompetensi inilah yang akan mempersiapkan kita menghadapi masa depan.

Kemapanan emosional, moral dan spiritual akan menjadi semakin penting saat 18 tahun mendatang anak-anak kita harus menghadapi perdebatan tentang rekayasa genetika atau berbagai dilema dunia. Wawasan yang luas dan kesehatan jiwa raga selalu menjadi modal saat bersosialisasi dalam keragaman dan menghadapi pola hidup yang tidak seragam. Pelajar yang merdeka menjadi penentu pengembangan diri yang utuh, dari prasekolah sampai kuliah bahkan karirnya nanti. Pemikir yang terlatih dan efektif, memungkinkan semua anak kita menjadi pemecah masalah bukan pembuat masalah, inovator bukan "follower" di era digital dengan segala perkembangan informasi maupun ekonomi. Menjadi anggota berdaya dalam masyarakat dunia yang adil, berkelanjutan dan damai adalah bagian tak terpisahkan dari mengapa Cikal berdiri dan kita semua ada disini. Saya paham betul, ini semua cita-cita besar yang kadang sulit dibayangkan dan sukar dipraktikan, terutama bagi orangtua dengan anak prasekolah yang baru saja belajar berjalan. Namun, di ulang tahun Cikal ke-18 ini, kami bangga luar biasa karena sudah menjadi saksi dari perkembangan begitu banyak anak dan keluarga yang menjadi bukti hidup implementasi Cikal 5stars competencies. Anak luar biasa yang merasa diterima dan didukung lingkungannya. Anak hasil pendidikan yang paham konsep essensial, bukan sekadar hafalan tidak relevan. Lulusan yang memahami bahwa ia terus menunjukkan kemajuan dan proses belajarnya saling berhubungan. Anak yang memilih tantangan, bukan sekadar beban. Anak Indonesia yang mengoptimalkan konteks komunitas, sehingga tahu betul manfaat belajar bukan hanya untuk nilai dan diri sendiri.

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Di Cikal kita tidak sendiri, setelah 18 tahun, kami adalah salah satu jaringan prasekolah hingga sekolah menengah dan pendidikan guru yang tumbuh paling pesat di negeri ini. Bagian paling menyenangkan dari keberadaan kita di Cikal adalah begitu banyak teman seperjalanan yang bermakna. Kita hadir bukan saja untuk anak masing-masing tapi secara sadar memilih komunitas ini sebagai tempat tumbuh anak-anak kita bersama. Sebagai pendidik, saya mempelajari begitu banyak hal dari kehormatan berinteraksi dengan ribuan murid dan sesama pendidik di Cikal. Sebagai ibu, saya menjawab begitu banyak pertanyaan dengan mengamati apa yang dilakukan oleh ribuan ayah, ibu dan sesama orangtua di Cikal. Terimakasih atas semuanya...Segala cara dan cerita yang saling kita bagi, setiap keberhasilan yang kita rayakan dan kekurangan yang kita refleksikan. Semoga Tuhan Yang Maha Kuasa memudahkan setiap langkah kita menuju cita-cita. Semoga upaya kita melakukan kebaikan menjadi keberkahan yang tak berkesudahan untuk semua anggota keluarga dan komunitas Cikal. Terimakasih telah menjadi bagian berarti dari Cikal yang sama-sama kita cintai.

Salam Hangat,
Najelaa Shihab
Head of School

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November 18, 2017

ENGAGING TREASURE HUNT SCHOOL TOUR

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The first week at the beginning of the school year is a commencement period, a period to get to know the immediate surrounding and Cikal community . Back from a long holiday, students are all excited to see what’s new in Sekolah Cikal Cilandak. The building, new classroom setup, new teachers (as they are now in different level), new classmates, and new things to learn and explore.

Usually, teachers take students to go around the school, as a way to get to know the environment and people around the school. This year, grade 3 and 4 students are taking their treasure hunt activity to the next level. They use iPads to scan the QR codes. These codes are posted on the walls, each one contain clues or instructions, such as; “Rhythm, beat, is played in here, loud and clear” or “ you need to find the PYP Coordinator”. When they found the answer, they will see another QR code to scan for the next problem or questions to solve.


In short, we turn school tour activity into PokemonGO-like game, where the person who play it has to scan the surrounding, not by using augmented reality apps, just QR code reader and print-out QR codes posted the school’s walls.

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QR code can be used in the classroom as well, it makes teaching and learning more fun, engaging and challenging. Here are some ideas:

Replacing boring written test or quiz into mobile and more interactive quiz activity. Create the quiz in Google Form, generate the link into QR code, print it on paper, and post it on classroom wall. You can include QR codes in bus stop activity, each QR code stands for one question /problem. Students can only move to the next station once they managed to solve the problem.

Differentiate Task. For example you are teaching about governmental system and you have some videos and articles for your students to go through. Divide the class into several groups, have them watch different videos or read different articles. Post the link into QR codes in several learning stations, have them discuss it in groups.
Treasure Hunt game/ Pokemonlike game. Use the QR code as clues for playing treasure hunt game. Insert links of riddles or clues that can lead the way to the next station. Just like we did for school tour activity in Sekolah Cikal.


Here is how to make a QR code:

  1. Copy the link of the file, video, website or social media page that you want to share.
  2. Open QR code generator such as kaywa.com, mobile-barcodes.com or beetagg.com, or just simply googled QR generator and it will display many webpage of QR generators.
  3. Once you received a png or jpeg image from the QR generator, you can share or print your QR code.

The children’s face beamed with excitement as they went around the school looking for another QR code to be found. Occasionally we heard them saying something like, “This is awesome!” and “I like this activity” and “This is the best treasure hunt ever!”.

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The use of technology has definitely adds zest in the learning process. Not only for the children, but for the teachers as well. We come to realize, that when handled well it can be a tool to ignite further learning and create ideas.

Marsaria Primadona (Pima)
Apple Distinguished Educator
PYP Coordinator Sekolah Cikal Cilandak

 

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November 18, 2017

IT’S AN ADVENTURE OUT THERE WAITING FOR YOU WITH PANDU CIKAL

SCOUTING AND PYP PROGRAMS

In Communication unit under How We Express Ourselves, it becomes more interesting when students learn kinds of verbal and nonverbal communications. Scouting introduces Semaphore a system of signaling using flags where a sets of alphabets constructed in form of flag formation. It can be used to signal between ships, plane and also across open land.

 

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In Math area, Scouting supports students in learning directions through compass skills just in case they get lost in a forest they know how to find their way home. Another fun learning like in Measurement where students learn to read digital and analog clock. We set fun clock games where we asked students acted like an analog clock. With sets of instructions, they stretched their left hand as the short hand and the right hand as the long hand of a clock showing an instructed clock given (show me 07.00 am, 10.00 am etc).

 

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The Scouting programs also encourage students to meet the purpose of PYP Transdisciplinary Skills where some of the dimensions of its aligned as well (Thinking skills: comprehension to grasp meaning from material learned; communicating and interpreting learning. Social skills: Accepting responsibility, Respecting others, Cooperating, Group decision-making. Communication skills : Listening to directions; listening to others; listening to information).

Gerakan Pramuka Indonesia or Indonesian Scout movement is a name of non-formal education organization that performs scouting education in Indonesia.

Its founded in 1961 by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono IX, and in 2011 Gerakan Pramuka Indonesia became the world’s largest scout association in the world with 17 million members.

Pramuka is derived from the word “Praja Muda Karana” which means young soul that loves to work. As well as family education that is wrapped as an interesting, fun, healthy, arranged, focused, and practical activities that may be done in nature as an outdoor activity.

Every activity is performed according to the Scouting Basic Principal (Prinsip Dasar Kepramukaan) and Scouting Method (Metode Kepramukaan). The final goal of these activities is the building of character, morals, helping boys and girls become happy, healthy and useful global citizens. It also helps children embrace adventure and succeed in life and furthermore fosters personality development of the students and helps them to aware their sense of social responsibility. To become disciplined, courageous and noble character of young people in Indonesia. We also must know that scouting in Indonesia was built as an education system that was adjusted with the interests and development of society and the nation of Indonesia.

ACTIVE GLOBAL CITIZENS

As practical education, Scouting at our school also empower students as active global citizens. As they said the Scout promises every Wednesday practice and If they really want to keep their promise of ‘helping others’, they have to help themselves first be a role model for their community that cultivates their practical wisdom and character and then continually puts these to good use. A fantastic example of vibrant and exciting Scouting events at our school was when the Cubs shared the sandwiches that they made during the Scouting session to all of school community who help them every day at school and at home. SALAM PRAMUKA!

Ari Wibowo
Grade 3 Teacher
Sekolah Cikal Cilandak

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November 18, 2017

The Essential Of Essential Agreement

Starting the school year has always been exciting not only for students but also for teachers. We, as a teacher would never know the children we are going to deal with for the whole year through. Thus, setting up an essential agreement at the beginning of the academic year is essential as we want to establish a good and conducive class.

Rules or agreement?

Teachers in some school are now starting to move away from using the word “rules” to using the word “agreements”. What are actually the differences between rules and agreement in classroom? Rules are imposed.  They’re set for the purpose of compliance.  Any violations of rules should be punished to maintain the power of the rule.  Rules are “above people.”  The locus of control is external, teaching us that we don’t have the power – so we’re pushed toward obedience rather than internal motivation.

Agreements are negotiated.  They’re set for the purpose of collaboration.  Any violations should be discussed to learn.  Agreements are “between people.”  The locus of control is internal, teaching us that we have the power – so we’re pushed toward intrinsic motivation.

However, although some teachers are no longer use the term “rules” in their classroom, some others are still using it because they might think what their classroom would be like without any rules. They don’t want to have a chaotic class so that they prefer using the “rules” instead of “agreement”

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As for me, since i am teaching in an IB school, i prefer starting my class by creating an “essential agreement” to make sure that my class will function well and in a conducive way. Rather than teachers imposing their rules on children, everyone in the group works together to establish an agreement of how the class will function. Here are some tips of creating an essential agreement in class.

  1. Last year, i tried this with my students. First, i will let them watch some video about what a good classroom and a “not-good” one. After that, we brainstorm together. We ask them which classroom they would prefer studying in and ask the reason why.
  2. After brainstorming, we ask the students again what make a good classroom. Students will come up with various answers.  We can also ask  students to come up with things that might disrupt the class, anything that will make the class stray from its goals. For example, if students want to improve their listening comprehension or learn to think in English, it will be highly disruptive to hear students speaking their native language. Little ones might say that they don’t want any shouting, yelling, or hitting in class. Some students may say that they shouldn’t interrupt someone when he or she’s speaking.
  3. How to avoid disruptive behaviour. After getting some ideas about what disruptive behaviours are. We can brainstorm with the students about how to avoid the disruptive behaviours to make the class run smoothly. They might be quick to say that no shouting, yelling, or hitting is allowed in class. And to avoid interruptions and make sure everyone has a chance to speak, your students will suggest that they have to raise their hands. Try to phrase each of the rules in an affirmative way, for example, in a way that tells them what they should do and not what they shouldn’t do. Having your walls filled with “No shouting”, “No eating in class”, in other words, no, no, no everywhere does not contribute to creating a very positive learning environment either.
  4. Now you have to put it all in writing, after all, verbal contracts won’t hold water in a classroom. They can make a poster illustrating the essential agreement, and then put it up some place where it’s clearly visible. You can also give students some post it and have them write about what they just said about how to avoid disruptive behaviours to maintain a good and conducive classroom. Ask them to paste/stick into the place provided and together read all the agreement.
  5. So, to sum up, make sure each and every student is clear and agreed on the agreement. They should also understand that the agreements are subjected to any changes should there be any cases which require any changing or improvement of the agreement.

 

Wildiyani
Grade 4 Teacher
Sekolah Cikal

 

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November 18, 2017

Library Of The Future

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The PYP librarian roles in PYP is nurturing internationally-minded, lifelong learners and readers. Those roles are expanded more than either collection maintenance and development or circulation & reference service.

Cikal Baca-Baca is how we called our library. The transformation of library function has challenged to the librarians because there were paradigm shift to move up from a conventional library to 21st Century Library.

Our library programs have been developing progressively by collaborating to Unit of Inquiry and integrated to some subjects. Those programs are happened as a valid result of working together with cross level teachers to support any teaching and learning process at school. There are two activities students could learn and explore ; Library and computer visits for learning library and research skills . Those visits are the students gain skills about how to get information from any platform of paperback or online. The students hopefully could differentiate which information is credible, relevant, reliable and current or if it is phony and bias. Those skills are fundamentals for independent learners anywhere they are whether it is for learning or pleasure.

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The spread of powerful mobile devices has put the World Wide Web at our fingertips. So, what changes of the horizon for…LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE. Students explore how the internet could give them amazing ways to collaborate with other people and subjects. However they do not realize about how much important of internet safety is as a lead to be digital citizenship. Being a good digital citizen is more than knowing their way around the web. It is about connecting and collaborating in ways they did not even know were possible and also give credits any information by citing sources.

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The library of 21st provides a welcoming space to collaborate, creative, explore, innovate among students, teachers and community by bringing physical and digital learning.

 


Feny Krisnasari

Teacher-Librarian Sekolah Cikal Cilandak

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November 18, 2017

Selamat Datang Di Cikal!

 

Pesan dari Head of School Cikal, Ibu Najelaa Shihab bersama seluruh komunitas Cikal! 

Mari menjadi pembelajar sepanjang hayat!! 

 

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November 18, 2017

Merdeka Belajar: Pancasila Dan Ruang Yang Kita Ciptakan

Pancasila Najelaa Shihab Sekolah Cikal

 Najelaa Shihab (Pendidik)

Pemahaman Pancasila seringkali jadi pengalaman membosankan sewaktu kita sekolah. Segala macam bentuk pelajaran berkait kewarganegaraan misalnya PMP, PSPB, PPKN, Kewiraan dianggap sebagai pengetahuan yang hanya bermanfaat untuk ujian belum berkait pengamalan.

Yang menarik, dalam percakapan beberapa bulan terakhir ini, banyak pendidik- guru dan orangtua, yang semula merasa "menjadi korban" berbagai penataran kemudian menyatakan pentingnya hal ini disampaikan kembali kepada anak-anak. Tantangan kita bersama, bagaimana membiasakan pengamalan relevan untuk generasi masa depan - bukan sekedar pengulangan dokumen yang tidak berhubungan dengan kehidupan.

1. Ketuhanan Yang Maha Esa.

Dulu diajarkan di pelajaran Pancasila atau agama dengan menghafalkan nama agama "resmi" yang diakui pemerintah. Anak sekarang pengalamannya berbeda tentang kebebasan beragama. Sumber informasi tersedia di mana-mana, tentang banyaknya agama dan kepercayaan yang berbeda, bahkan di dalam "nama" yang sama. Pengamalan akhlak dalam agama dan antar agama, sekarang seharusnya lebih ditekankan, bukan hanya memberikan pengetahuan hukum atau hafalan ibadah.

2. Kemanusiaan yang Adil dan Beradab.

Dua puluh tahun lalu, dunia digital dan globalisasi hanya menjadi paparan segelintir masyarakat. "Jenis" kemanusiaan yang dihadapi anak sekarang jauh lebih menantang. Teman main game online dari negeri yang namanya tidak pernah didengar, avatar atau selebritas yang mewakili identitas. Pengalaman adab dan peradaban yang dihadapi anak sekarang jauh lebih banyak. Sopan di jalan raya, rekayasa genetika dan efek rumah kaca, adalah contoh pilihan harian yang menuntut kematangan.

3. Persatuan Indonesia.
Sila favorit yang dilafalkan lantang anak saat upacara, karena terpendek dan termudah diucapkan. Mungkin karena itu penghargaan atau pertanyaan dari anak-anak mengenai makna sila ketiga, bukan hal yang sering jadi percakapan. Padahal sejarah dan perjalanan bangsa kita begitu panjang dan sulit dalam mewujudkannya. Kenyataannya banyak kita dididik dengan membicarakan tentang orang lain dan bukan berbicara dengan orang lain. "Bicara tentang" adalah belajar dalam situasi yang aman dalam balon kita sendiri, "bicara dengan" seringkali diawali ketidaknyamanan karena perjumpaan yang melintasi batasan. Anak-anak butuh pelajaran berkelanjutan, karena menjadi "satu" dan menjadi "Indonesia" butuh penghayatan bukan hanya di atas kertas atau di dalam kelas. Anak-anak perlu menghadapi pengalaman keragaman yang penuh kecanggungan, namun lama kelamaan menjadi menyenangkan karena dibiasakan.

4. Kerakyatan yang dipimpin oleh hikmat kebijaksanaan dalam permusyawaratan dalam perwakilan.

Semua kita adalah rakyat. Sebagian menjadi pemimpin dan sebagian dipimpin. Semua kita perlu bijaksana, semua perlu terlibat musyawarah. Sebagian memilih atau dipilih sebagai wakil. Begitu banyak persyaratan bernegara, begitu sedikit peran yang dilatihkan pada anak-anak kita. Pemahaman hak dan kewajiban sebagai anggota komunitas diajarkan lewat tata tertib, bukan kesepakatan bersama di sekolah atau keterlibatan warga di rukun tetangga. Pelatihan kepemimpinan bukan jadi kesempatan bagi setiap murid, tapi menjadi kemewahan terbatas untuk sekelompok elit di sekolah yang kebetulan mendapat dukungan.

5. Keadilan Sosial bagi seluruh rakyat Indonesia.

Pengalaman anak (dan orang dewasa) tentang ketimpangan banyak sekali didasarkan pada asumsi pribadi yang diwariskan antar generasi. Anak mengamati apakah Ibu adil pada si sulung dan si bungsu di saat kesakitan, murid menilai guru yang memberikan les tambahan dengan bayaran, penumpang mengikuti antrian di terminal atau membiarkan pengamen yang mencopet di pemberhentian. Semua interaksi sejak dini, menjadi awal dari persepsi tentang keadilan. Anak membangun interpretasi tentang kemiskinan - apakah disebabkan kemalasan atau sistem yang memperbesar kesenjangan. Anak menumbuhkan keyakinan tentang penting/tidaknya layanan kesehatan universal.

Banyak perubahan pendekatan yang perlu kita lakukan di pendidikan. Tanpa terasa, anak-anak kita akan menjadi warganegara Indonesia dan warga dunia yang dewasa. Sebagian gagal berkontribusi, tapi tidak sepantasnya dipersalahkan karena memang belum pernah dipersiapkan atau mendapat suri teladan.

Pendidikan Pancasila bukan isu partisan, dan tidak seharusnya jadi pertarungan kepentingan. Pancasila tidak sakti dengan sendirinya, hidupnya dikuatkan dan dipatahkan di berbagai ruang yang kita ciptakan, dalam percakapan dan perdebatan.

#SemuaMuridSemuaGuru

 

 

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November 18, 2017

Cikal Secondary Won 154 Medals At World Scholar's Cup 2017 Jakarta Round!

Sekolah Cikal Secondary won a total of 154 medals at the Jakarta Round of the World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) 2017 on 5-6 May 2017.

Hosted annually in more than 50 countries with its grand finale in Yale University, WSC is an academic decathlon for students (all known as ‘scholars’) across four different categories: Team Debate, Collaborative Writing, an individual exam known as the Scholar’s Challenge, and a team quiz bee known as the Scholar’s Bowl. Points are accumulated in each event in order to race to have enough points to qualify for the global rounds later this year.

All students were categorized into the Senior (15 years old and above) or Junior (below 15 years old) divisions. Students then had to compete against others in all categories based on their age groups.

Cikal Secondary sent 33 students from Sekolah Cikal Setu and Sekolah Cikal Serpong, divided into 9 teams competing in Junior Division and 2 teams in Senior.

With all students being proud winners of at least one medal and most even more, some students scored even over 10 medals, the tournament was a great succes. Nayla Aisha and Muhammad Radi Akbar won School Top Scholar for Junior and Senior division, respectively.

All 33 students from Sekolah Cikal are qualified for Global Round in Hanoi or Athens, to compete with other champions for a place in the Champions Tournament in Yale University, USA.

The students worked very hard and admirably committed their weekend to join their peers for this scholarly endeavour. More than just winning though, the students enjoyed their time at the competition, and are already looking forward to next round of World Scholar’s Cup!

With a 154 medals it is impossible to give a special mention to each single one of them, therefore only the individual gold medals are hereafter mentioned. But all other students deserve great credits for their outstanding performance.

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Debate
Gold Medalist: Jordinna Sittizya Joaquin, Nayla Aisha

Writing
Gold Medalist: Liam Amadeo Riza, Valdean Permana, Nayla Aisha

Champion Scholars
Gold Medalist: Liam Amadeo Riza,  Nayla Aisha

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Debate
Gold Medalist: Muhammad Radi Akbar

Writing
Gold Medalist: Ranu Fikhar Sjahrazad

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Gold Medalist: Muhammad Radi Akbar

 

Here are their achievement certificates!  

Sekolah Cikal di World Scholars Cup WSC2017

 

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