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Usbi launch ppt final

  1. 1. USBILaunchingFaculty of Education
  2. 2. Information aboutFoE
  3. 3. History
  4. 4. History
  5. 5. History
  6. 6. Vision & Mission
  7. 7. Vision"To be Indonesias premier institutionthat creates high quality educators”
  8. 8. Mission1. Create a new generation of high quality educators for Indonesiawith the attitudes, skills and knowledge to meet Indonesia’s 21stcentury education challenges and opportunities.2. Become Indonesia’s premier teacher education institution basedon international standards, local compliance, scholarly activity,professional excellence, and practical experience with localcommunities through the use of high quality academic talent andresources.3. Collaborate with strategic partners to be a center of excellence ineducation.
  9. 9. Quality of Graduates
  10. 10. Bilingual
  11. 11. Research Capacity
  12. 12. ICT Savvy
  13. 13. Soft Skills
  14. 14. Uniqueness of Teaching andLearning Process
  15. 15. Student-Centered LearningActive Learning
  16. 16. Student-Centered LearningActive Learning
  17. 17. Experiential LearningSchool ExperienceProgram – Teaching
  18. 18. Experiential LearningSchool ExperienceProgram – GroupDiscussion
  19. 19. Experiential LearningSchool ExperienceProgram – GroupWork
  20. 20. Field TripExperiential Learning
  21. 21. Visiting professorExperiential Learning
  22. 22. ICT LAB IntroductionExperiential Learning
  23. 23. Curriculum
  24. 24. Benchmark with National Institute of Education SingaporeProfessionalismand ProfessionalIdentityCommunicationandCollaborationKnowledge ofContentandCurriculumKnowledgeofContextKnowledgeofStudentsKnowledgeandSkills inPedagogyReflective PracticeforChangeKnowledge ofEffectiveLearningEnvironmentsThe C21st Educators:Effective LeaderIntegrative & TransformativeRelevant&ReflectiveRigorous&DiverseCurriculum Model
  25. 25. Study Programs
  26. 26. Study Programs1. English Language Teaching (ELT)– accredited by BAN-PT2. Mathematics Education (ME)– accredited by BAN-PT
  27. 27. Courses
  28. 28. CoursesYear 1Semester 1 Semester 2- Educational Psychology- Fundamentals of Math- Humanistic Study- Visual Cultures- English for Academic Purposes 1- Teaching and Learning ofMathematics- Research Method 1- Bahasa Indonesia- Pancasila & Civics Education- English for Academic Purposes 2- Geometry- Geometry for Young Learners- Calculus 1- Arithmetic for YL Number TheoryMathematics Education Department
  29. 29. Mathematics Education DepartmentCoursesYear 2Semester 3 Semester 4- Principles of Effective Teaching andAssessment- Environmental Education 1- International History- Comparison of Government:Indonesia and America- English for Academic Purposes 3- Calculus 2- Introduction to Numbers for YoungLearner Statistic 1- ICT for engaged learning- Environmental Education 2- Civic Engagement, Leadership andResponsibility- English for Academic Purposes 4- Statistic 2- Introduction to Early ChildhoodApproaches- Differential Equation- Behaviour Management
  30. 30. Mathematics EducationDepartmentCoursesYear 3Semester 5 Semester 6- Research Methods 2- Principles and Practice in Problem Solving andAssessment of Mathematical Problems Linear- Algebra Pattern, Function dan Algebra for YoungLearner- Discrete Mathematics- Digital Animation and Design Grafis- Teaching and Learning Numbers, Logic, Algebraand Geometry- Development of Lesson Plan and ClassroomActivities- Transformation Geometry- Development Psychology 1- Contemporary Issues in Education Teaching andInclusive Education- Numerical Method- Learning Media for Young Learner- Analytic Geometry- Sensorial and Practical Life for Young LearnerLinear Programming- Development Psychology 2- Real Analysis- Measurement and Data Analysis for Young Learner- Seminar- Project Based Learning in Mathematics- Instruction Mathematics Modeling
  31. 31. Mathematics EducationDepartmentCoursesYear 4Semester 7 Semester 8Affective Education for The 21st Century- History of Math- Micro Teaching- Capstone- Abstract Algebra- Complex Analysis- Vector AnalysisKKN
  32. 32. CoursesYear 1Semester 1 Semester 2- Educational Psychology- Fundamental of Mathematics- Humanistic Studies Visual Cultures- English for Academic Purposes 1- Introduction the Study of Language- Research Methods 1- Bahasa Indonesia- Pancasila- English for Academic Purposes 2- English Structure- Literature and Culture- Language Teaching MethodologiesEnglish Language TeachingDepartment
  33. 33. English Language TeachingDepartmentCoursesYear 2Semester 3 Semester 4- Principles of Effective Teaching andAssessment- Environmental Studies 1- International History ComparativeGovernment- English for Academic Purposes 3- Use of English in Teaching- ICT for Engage Learning- Environmental Studies 2- Civic Engagement, Leadership andResponsibility- English for Academic Purposes 4- Language Acquisition andDevelopment- Lesson Planning and MaterialsDevelopment- Classroom Language Strategies
  34. 34. English Language TeachingDepartmentCoursesYear 3Semester 5 Semester 6- Research Methods 2- Sociolinguistics- Intro. To TEYL- Theoretical and Pedagogical Grammar- Literature for TEYL- Language Testing and Assessment- TEFL 1- TEFL -C1- Semantics & Lexicology- British Culture & Society Studies- Multimedia Production- Inclusive Education- English for Specific Purposes- Teaching Learning Media for TEYL- TEFL 2- TEFL-C2- Contemporary Issues in ELT- Academic Writing- Seminar- Counseling Application in School Context- History of The English Language- American Culture and Society Studies
  35. 35. English Language TeachingDepartmentCoursesYear 4Semester 7 Semester 8- Affective Education for The 21st Century- Keterampilan Presentasi Bahasa Inggris- Kemahiran Berbahasa Inggris Lanjutan- Micro Teaching- Capstone- Contemporary Issues in Education- Popular CultureKKN
  36. 36. Assessment- Poster Presentation- Exhibition- Drama- Software Development- Games Development- Essay- Research- Video- Micro Teaching
  37. 37. Students’ AchievementStudent Activity Date VenueGraceChandra(English)International Conference on Language,Literature and Culture4th - 6th of May2012Manila, PhillipinesAnais Anais(English)International Conference on Language,Literature and Culture4th - 6th of May2012Manila, PhillipinesI G. A. SyntaCanydia L.(Mathematics)Asian Conference Education – byInternational Association ofMultidisciplinary Research27th of May – 1stof June 2012Kuala Lumpur,MalaysiaEma Julian(English)2nd Winner Lomba Essai di JOVED 2012 8 Maret 2012 UNS, SemarangAndik Hidayat(English)Global Initiatives Symposium (GIS) 2012 diNational Taiwan University, Taipei, TaiwanJuly, 8th – 12th2012Taipei, Taiwan
  38. 38. Students’ AchievementStudent Activity Date VenueAnissaPane(English)The 2012 International Conference:Cultural and Linguistic Diversity inASEAN. The conference was heldon August 22-23, 2012 in SuanDusit Rajabhat University, Bangkok,ThailandAugust 22nd -23rd , 2012Bangkok,ThailandYoseaKurnianto(English)1st winner Nutrifood LeadershipAwards tahun 2012November 5th -8th 2012Jakarta,IndonesiaMerry(English)Ambassador Kapal PemudaNusantara 2012 – Perwakilanprovinsi DKI Jakarta27 Agustus –24 September2012Jakarta,Indonesia
  39. 39. Non-Academic Activities
  40. 40. Non-Academic ActivitiesBlood Drive
  41. 41. Non-Academic ActivitiesCompetition ofMathematics(CoMath) forSecondary School
  42. 42. Non-Academic ActivitiesEnglish Competition
  43. 43. 60+ Earth HourIndonesia –Celebration NightNon-Academic Activities
  44. 44. Kartini-DewantaraNon-Academic Activities
  45. 45. Community Service -Reading ProgramNon-Academic Activities
  46. 46. Non-Academic ActivitiesFlag RaisingCeremony –Celebrating NationalEducation Day
  47. 47. Non-Academic ActivitiesParents Meeting –Meet up withAcademic Advisor
  48. 48. Future Jobs
  49. 49. Future Jobs Curriculum Designer Education Consultant Education for SustainableDevelopment Expert Education Policymaker Educational ProgramDeveloper Education Training &Technology Expert Education Trend Analyst Edupreneur Mathematician Module Developer Researcher Statistician School Principal Teachers/Lecturers Trainer Writer Education Web Developer Linguist
  50. 50. Employers of FoE Graduates Sampoerna Academy Bogor Binus International School Entrepreneur Private Teacher SD Antonius Bimbel One Global Prestasi School St John’s Catholic School Meruya English Mentor for SMP and SMA students SD Kembang
  51. 51. Lecturers’ Profile
  52. 52. Education• Bachelor in Education –Universitas Negeri Jakarta,• Master of Arts in Counseling –Santa ClaraUniversity, California, USA,• Ph.D in Public Health, UniversityofMelbourne, Melbourne, Australia.Awards• Recipient of AustraliaDevelopment Scholarship 2002-J. Rosalina Kristyanti, Ph.D.Lecturer Profiles
  53. 53. Education• Doctorate Degree in EnglishApplied Linguistics from AtmaJaya Catholic Univerisity, Jakarta.Awards• Travel Grant Awardee from ASIATEFL 2013.• Wrote an article published in aninternational journal (MalaysianJournal of English Research)2012.Dr. SoepriyatnaLecturer Profiles
  54. 54. Education• Undergraduate : UniversitasLampung, English LanguageTeaching.• Master degree: English Literature,from Universitas Indonesia.Vera V Syamsi, M.Hum.Lecturer Profiles
  55. 55. Education• Undergraduate : UniversitasNegeri Jakarta• Master degree: Institut PertanianBogorDesyarti Safarini, S.Pd., M.SiLecturer Profiles
  56. 56. Lecturer ProfilesStien Johanna MatakupanM.Pd.Education• Master degree in EnvironmentalEducation, Universitas Negeri Jakarta• High school teacher in Sekolah Ciputra,an International Baccalaureate school,which made her realize the need forenvironmental education in schools.• National specialist for the Education forSustainable Development and GreenSchool programs.• Currently working on climate educationguidelines for Indonesian teachersand is a board member for the NGOCaretakers of the EnvironmentInternational.
  57. 57. Lecturer ProfilesRahmat Sagara, M.SiEducation• Bachelor degree (S.Si) fromInstitut Teknologi Bandung(2006).• Master degree (M.Si) from InstitutTeknologi Bandung (2006).
  58. 58. Lecturer ProfilesEducation• Magister in Inclusive andSpecial Needs Education• Bachelor degree inCommunication Science• Diploma certificate inMontessori EducationMaryam Mursadi, M.Pd
  59. 59. Education• Southern Illinois University (SIU), Illinois, USA.• Master of Art – Teaching English to Speakers of OtherLanguages.• University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia• Sarjana Ekonomi – Marketing Management.• Academy of Statistics, Jakarta, Indonesia.• Ahli Madya Statistik – Applied StatisticsAwards• The best employee of the year, 2012• Indonesian government scholarship, 1990-1993• Southern Illinois University international studentsscholarship, 2002-2004Lecturer ProfilesSusilowaty, S.E.,M.A.
  60. 60. Education• Sarjana Pedidikan (S.Pd.) inEnglish Language Teaching fromMataram University, NTB,• Master of Science in Education(M.S.Ed) from InterculturalCommunication Program,Graduate School of Education,University of Pennsylvania.Awards• The Awardee of InternationalFellowship Program-FordFoundationRizal, M.S.Ed.Lecturer Profiles
  61. 61. Education• M.A: Centre for Religious andCross cultural studies(CRCS), Gadjah MadaUniversity, JogjakartaAwards• The best skripsi at “Skripsiaward”, held by Ministry ofReligious Affair, 2006.Lecturer ProfilesHatim Gazali, M.A.
  62. 62. Education• Undergraduate: Sarjana Pendidikan (S.Pd), majoring inEnglish Language Teaching, from Universitas NusaCendana in Kupang, Indonesia.• Postgraduate: Master of Leadership and Management inEducation (M.L.M.Ed), majoring in Leadership andManagement in Education, from the University ofNewcastle in Newcastle, Australia.Awards• The Best Graduate of the Faculty of Teacher Training andEducational Sciences of Universitas Nusa Cendana whenobtaining the Sarjana Pendidikan Degree.• The Awardee of Australian Development Scholarship(ADS) for the Postgraduate Study.Lecturer ProfilesMartinse Constantina NabuBois, S.Pd., M.L.M.Ed.
  63. 63. Education• MA in Religion and Cross-Cultural Studies Center forReligious and Cross-Cultural Studies, Gadjah MadaUniversity, Yogyakarta, 2003-2005• Extension Course in Philosophy DriyarkaraPhilosophical College Jakarta, 2000• Bachelor of Art in communication Ibrahimi IslamicInstitute Situbondo, East Java, 1995-1999Awards• Selected as member for the Indonesian delegation tothe Short Course of Conflict Reconciliation, Bangkok,2007.• Young Islamic Leader Exchange, awarded by theIndonesia-Australia Institute, May-June 2006.• Member of Peace and Conflict Resolution mission inSouthern Thailand, 2005.Lecturer ProfilesImam Malik, M.A.
  64. 64. Education• Bachelor Degree of Science(Physics) University of IndonesiaLecturer ProfilesBudi Poniam, S.Si.
  65. 65. Education• Bachelor degree (S.Psi) fromDiponegoro University• Master degree (M.Psi) fromUniversity of IndonesiaLecturer ProfilesCaesilia IW, M.Psi
  66. 66. Lecturer ProfilesMohammad Rinaldi, S.T.Education• Bachelor of Engineering, majoringin Informatics, UniversitasGunadarma• Specialist in ICT in Education,Instructional Design andTechnology• Succesfully developed andimplemented UniversityManagement System and E-Learning in SSE
  67. 67. Lecturer ProfilesZulkarnaen NasutionEducation• University of Diponegoro in mechanicalengineering• Master degree from the University ofGroningen in education science• Science and music teacher in a nationalplus school.• Worked to develop teacher professionaldevelopment programs For 4 years• Led several need assessment projects andprogram monitoring and evaluation• Facilitated workshops• Worked with many stakeholders andbeneficiaries in 32 provinces in Indonesia.
  68. 68. Lecturer ProfilesYannik Herawati, S.S., M.PdEducation• Bachelor degree (S.Si) fromUniversitas Padjajaran• Master degree (M.Si) fromUniversitas Katolik WidyaMandalaAwards• Fulbright Foreign LanguageTeaching Assistant 2010-2011
  69. 69. Lecturer ProfilesSugiartiEducation• Bachelor of Education fromEnglish Department, StatesUniversity of Yogyakarta
  70. 70. Lecturer ProfilesWitdono,M.KomEducation• Bachelor in Electrical Engineeringfrom Petra Christian UniversitySurabaya.• Magister in Computer Sciencefrom Bunda Mulia Jakarta.Awards• Best Achievement Award forLecturer from UniversitasNasional Jakarta.
  71. 71. Lecturer ProfilesAndis E. Faizasyah., PGD.SLT.Education• Post Graduate Diploma in SecondLanguage Teaching
  72. 72. Lecturer ProfilesYuni Chairani, M.Pd.Education• Bachelor in MathematicsEducation from UniversitasPendidikan Indonesia• Magister in MathematicsEducation from UniversitasPendidikan Indonesia
  73. 73. Students’ Profile
  74. 74. Student ProfileAwards• Ex-President of Student Senate• Vice-President of PPI (preparesstudents from every SMK inJakarta for a region-wide flagtroop)Motto• “I can share my vision of how toempower youth and changesociety, and “I can also share howto change this hope into realaction.”Satriya Niko FirdausEnglish Language Teaching
  75. 75. Awards• Present her paper Literature Circlesand Students’ Outcomes: A CaseStudy in Sampoerna School ofEducation at the InternationalConference of Language, Literature,and Culture in Dasmarinas,Philippines.• Interned at the SampoernaFoundation, working on class-actioneducation research.• Before graduation, Grace hasalready found a job teaching atSampoerna Academy Bogor.Grace ChandraEnglish Language TeachingStudent Profile
  76. 76. Awards• Creating a Kodu Labs computergame that he calls Mathzone thenthe game took to the MicrosoftPartners in Learning competitionin New Zealand.Motto• “In Indonesia, we may not alwayshave the best resources but wemust be creative,” Dwi Martan,English Language Teaching studentStudent Profile
  77. 77. Awards• LES Privat, a mathematics andEnglish tutoring company forelementary and middle schoolstudents• Expanding their online presence toease student registration andnetworking through webinars.Motto• “Becoming an MathematicsEducation student is not just aboutbecoming a teacher,” Problemasaid. “It’s a great chance to developa network and vision for yourcareer.”Lega Problema,Mathematics Education studentStudent Profile
  78. 78. Our Partners
  79. 79. School Partners
  80. 80. School Partners• SD Kembang• SDN Benhil 12Jakarta• SDN Selong 01Pagi• SD SantoAntonius• SMPN 12 Jakarta• SD GlobalPrestasi• SMAN 82 Jakarta• SMAN 61 Jakarta• SMAIT Nurul Fikri• SMA Santa Theresia• SMAN 54 Jakarta• SMAN 12 Jakarta• SMAN 43 Jakarta• SMP Yasporbi
  81. 81. School Partners• SMP Global Prestasi• SMPN 13 Jakarta• SMPN 111 Jakarta• SDN Menteng Atas 01 Pagi• SDN Menteng Atas 02 Pagi• SDN Menteng Atas 04 Pagi• SDN Menteng Atas 19 Pagi• SD Yasporbi• SMP Yasporbi• MAN 11 Jakarta• SMAN 79 Jakarta• SMA FransiskusAsisi• SMA Muhammadiyah3• SMP Global Prestasi
  82. 82. School Partners• SMAN 44 Jakarta• SMA Yasporbi• SMAN 61 Jakarta• SMP Paskalis• St. John’s Junior HighSchool• St. John’s Senior HighSchool• SMA Al-Ghurraba• SMA Labschool• SMA GlobalPrestasi• SMA Tarsisius 2• SMA SantoBellarminus• SMA Regina Pacis• SMA Paskalis• SMAN 71 Jakarta• SMAN 1 Jakarta
  83. 83. School Partners• SMPN 115 Jakarta• SMA Mahatma Gading• SMPN 19 Jakarta• SMKN 8 Jakarta• SMKN 6 Jakarta• Sampoerna AcademyPalembang• SMA Global Islamic• Sampoerna AcademyBogor• Madania School• SMPN 13 Jakarta• Delima School• Singapore InternationalSchool• Sampoerna AcademyMalang

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