Hari Guru Nasional

Skoolah

Upacara

Hari Guru Nasional diperingati bertepatan dengan terbentuknya Persatuan Guru Republik Indonesia (PGRI) yaitu pada tanggal 25 November 1945. Meskipun Hari Guru Nasional di Indonesia bukan hari libur nasional, tetapi hari spesial untuk para guru ini biasanya dirayakan oleh lembaga pendidikan dengan pengadaan upacara penghormatan pada guru, kepala sekolah, dan juga staf sekolah lainnya.

Berikut ini adalah daftar kegiatan peringatan Hari Guru Nasional:

  1. Upacara Bendera peringatan Hari Guru Nasional
  2. Forum Ilmiah Guru.
  3. Seminar Profesionalisme Guru
  4. Lomba Kreatifitas Guru.
  5. Ziarah ke Taman Makam Pahlawan.
  6. Gerak jalan sehat.
  7. Bakti sosial (donor darah, kebersihan lingkungan dll.)

*) Pedoman Pelaksanaan Hari Guru Nasional dapat di download di sini

Google Doodle

Google Doodle ikut merayakannya dengan membuat huruf-huruf unik berbentuk lima guru mata pelajaran yang berbeda di sekolah. Selamat Hari Guru Nasional semoga pahlawan tanpa tanda jasa ini semakin di apresiasi kini dan nanti.

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Cut Nyak Dien

Ujian Fitri

download (2)Cut Nyak Dien merupakan salah satu pahlawan revolusi wanita yang ada di Indonesia. Cut Nyak Dien lahir pada tahun 1848. Beliau merupakan seorang keturunan dari keluarga bangsawan yang sangat taat beragama. Beliau menikah di usia yang masih sangat muda dan beliau menikah dengan Teuku Ibrahim Lamnga. Beliau sangat membela warga Aceh yang di jajah oleh kolonial Belanda. Beliau meninggal pada tahun pada 6 November 1908.

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Rainbow Flower

Brotherly Love

A few weeks ago I took a picture of a red hibiscus flower on the short walk from the driveway to our front door. I always do that – take pictures of something that strikes my eye. Usually a brilliant color or subtle design attracts my attention. That day, I had an additional unexpected pleasure: lens flare. Most of the time, lens flare (the bouncing around of light within the camera lens, creating auras on the focal plane) is annoying. This time, it also added an essential element of design to the composition.

Digital Photo: Rainbow flower (lens flare) Rainbow Flower
Digital Phone Photo

Watercolor experiment:

My wife, Joy loves rainbows. I tried to capture the essence of this photo in watercolor.

Process:

I knew that it would be impossible to paint any kind of color over a black background in the watercolor medium, so I blocked out the places for the rays, with latex resist.  I also modified the…

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Sausage, Kale and Bean Soup

The Pink Rose Bakery

Let’s talk about soup. It’s been a while since we talked about soup. Mainly because it hasn’t really been soup weather.

Soup is always comforting at this time of year and also it involves only one pot.

Everyone loves cooking that only involves one pot. Less washing up is always a plus. Especially when there are other things to be getting on with.

Like a Christmas movie marathon (how is it possible that it is December next week. Next week!)

sausage, kale & bean soup 2 - the pink rose bakery

This soup is a winter staple in my family. Not only is it packed with flavour but it also fills your belly. And it’s warming and cozy in a ‘wrapped in a flannel blanket’ way. Who doesn’t want to be wrapped in a flannel blanket?

Maybe comparing soup to a flannel blanket isn’t such a good thing . . .

Anyway . . .

sausage, kale & bean soup 3 - the pink rose bakery

I was asked by the lovely…

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The Reality Is …

The Book Wars

… I cheated on this month’s theme a little. I mean, I do intend on talking about some of the things that constitute contemporary realistic fiction, but I’ve decided to do so by using a selection of comics and graphic novels. Why graphic novels and comics, you ask? Well, here, let Bryan Lee O’Malley (the creator of Scott Pilgrim) take it away:

SOURCE: http://lastnightsreading.tumblr.com/post/93869392838/bryan-lee-omalley-at-barnes-noble-upper-east SOURCE: http://lastnightsreading.tumblr.com/post/93869392838/bryan-lee-omalley-at-barnes-noble-upper-east

Okay, fine, he comes off a little full of himself there, but hey, this was a from a reading and which storyteller doesn’t love the medium they have dedicated themselves to? The point, though, is that I really agree with him.

People have put all kinds of restrictions on what comics can be- whether they are talking about what kinds of genres can be explored in comics, or who the comics are for, or how sophisticated they can be, or even how seriously they can be taken- but…

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