Friday, November 13, 2015


This photo story strongly reminds me to the memorable of trip I have ever had in my life. It is hard to forget and will last in my mind forever.

Thursday, November 12, 2015


TELECOLLABORATION PROJECTS (Indonesia, Cambodia, and Thailand)

Group members: Furqan, Hoksran, Jeab

Greetings from 
3 Asian Countries

Objectives: To enhance participants’ speaking skills through understanding how to greet others in three languages.

Participants: Third-year College students

The technology use: Google Hangouts, plus Google Docs and Blogs

The reason why we use hangouts because because it very much helps in understanding other ways of greetings as it provides direct, live audio and visual tools, as well as the comment box which make the communication easy to follow.

1.    Introduction to the project
-TT introduces the project to SS by writing and by showing word cards and pictures, as well as related videos of body languages in Indonesia and SS try to guess.

-TT tell SS that they are going to share their greetings and body language online with other 2 Asian countries: the 1st one starts with "C"(Cambodia) and the the 2nd one starts with "T" (Thailand) through "Google Hangouts"

-SS are divided into a group of 6 and scheduled the online sharing time via "Google Hangouts".

-TT assigns SS to do a small research on the greetings and body languages in their regions, families, and neighborhood from the websites, books, and interviews. They have to hand in TT a small report, pictures of body languages, and word cards of greetings.

2. Project time
-The 1 st online group from Indonesia with other 6 SS from Cambodia and Thailand share their information by giving an oral presentation with pictures and word cards.
-After each country finishes their presentation, questions and answers from each country are started.

3. Reflection time
-TT assigns SS to write what they have learned about the greetings and body languages via "Google Docs".
-When every group has the chance to share their information online, each group from each country will create an online poster and publish via TT's blog.

The following is the expected picture of using hangouts for collaborative work:

A. Telecollaboration with Cambodian Teacher Trainer: Mr. Hoksrun 

B. Telecollaboration with Thai Teacher Trainer: Ms. Jeab

Monday, November 9, 2015


My Voki Tool, another way to learn English in much more fun wa...


Wednesday, November 4, 2015


Herewith are our Survey Monkey Versions on Questionnaires of Teacher-student opinions on English Software Usage. The survey includes Background, Purposes, Sources, Problems, and Methods.

1. Introduction for the survey:

2). Survey for teachers on English Software Usage:

3). Survey for students on English Software Usage:


Prezi Projects with my Group Classmates

This is my Prezi Project 2 with my group classmates. The title is about WHO and WHO on our Experiences either the seven-week period in Brunei and the very current reflection in Hawaii.

1. Please find the link to our group Prezi below:

2. Please see the link of the following Prezi:

3. Please see the Play Prezi from just one-click on the button.



How to include a Youtube video that you can see

This video by Universitas Islam Negeri Ar-Raniry


Copyright Issues in Indonesia

Since the advancement of technology grows very rapidly the awareness on copyright issues have become major factors that must be paid serious attention.

After browsing the internet, I found the site of Indonesian copyright law on the following address: In case of Indonesia, The copyright law has been issued by the House of Representative dated 16  September 2014. There are more similarities between the Indonesian Copyright Law and the U.S. Copyright law such as in terms of Ownerships of copyrights protected, which should be given credits to their work. However the differences between   can be seen in the following table:

Indonesian Copyright law
The U.S Copyright Law
Ownership of copyright (published or unpublished) lasts during the life of author and 25 years after death
Ownership of copyright (published or unpublished) lasts during the life of author and 70 years after death

95 years for “work for hire”
120 years for “work for hire”