Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Monday, October 19, 2009

=kiNa's LovE pOeM=

Forever and forever...
I will always remember you.
You came into my life,
And I just fell in love with you.

In my heart I will always treasure,
Every moment that we have shared.
Coz you gave so very much...
Your love... friendship and care.

How will I ever forget you?
I won't forevermore...
Because you came into my life,
And opened my hearts door.

It pulsates now with a feeling,
That I only can express...
As a love deep down thats living,
Having known your caress.

I love you...

=KiNa's cReaTivE wRitinG=

Friday, October 16, 2009

Saturday, October 3, 2009

=KiNa's ReSumE 09=

WaN NuR SakinaH BintI W. AbduL HaliM



20 MaC 1989

HospitaL BesaR TengkU AmpuaN RahimaH, KlanG

JohoR BahrU

ListeninG To MusiC

CollectinG CoiN
DoinG AdventurE ActivitieS

TadikA KemaS (KlanG)
TadikA OrkiD(KlanG)

..PrimarY SchooL..:
SRK Methodist (KlanG)
SRK SrI TamaN (AloR SetaR)
SRK TunkU IsmaiL (Sg. PetanI)

..SecondarY SchooL..:
SMK TunkU IsmaiL (Sg. PetanI)
SMK SultaN BadlishaH (KuliM)
SMK KomplekS SultaN Abu Bakar (GelanG PataH)

..NationaL ServicE..:
KeM GeraK KhaS DesarU (KotA TinggI)

KoleJ MatrikulasI PulaU PinanG -KMPP-(PenanG)

UniversitI PendidikaN SultaN IdriS -UPSI-(TanjunG MaliM)

PTS (Not PasS,huhu)
UPSR (4A 1B)
PMR (8A)
SPM (7A1 1A2 4B3)
MATRIX (3.07)

KarnivaL KokurikuluM GolF KMPP 2008 (PESERTA)
KelaB GolF KMPP 2008 (AJK)
BiologY DaY KMPP 2008 (AJK)
KompeL SitI KhadijaH DesA SrikandI KMPP 2008 (AJK BIRO AKADEMIK)
MerentaS DesA KMPP 2008 (PESERTA)
PuterI IslaM MalaysiA 2006 -PPIM- (PengerusI)
PengawaS SekolaH 2006
PrograM LatihaN KhidmaT NegarA 2007 (PESERTA)
JohoR-SingaporE InternationaL 2nd LinK BridgE RuN 2005 (PESERTA)
KursuS PertahanaN AwaM 2006 (PESERTA)
SeminaR ProtokoL DaN EtikA SosiaL (PESERTA)
BengkeL MisconceptioN IN SciencE 2009 (PESERTA)
KarnivaL SemaraK WarisaN 2009 -KASWA- (SEKRETARIAT AKTIVITI)
KelaB AerobiK UPSI 2008/2009 (AJK)
SukaN KoleJ UngkU OmaR 2008 -SUKUOM- (AJK MAKANAN)
ExcO SukaN & RekreasI KUO 2008 (AHLI KELAB REKREASI)
PrograM JoM BersamA MasuK ZoO TaipinG 2009 (AJK PENGANGKUTAN)
PrograM EkspedisI GuA TempurunG 2009 (SETIAUSAHA,PESERTA)
PrograM FuN WitH SciencE AnD MathematicS 2009 (FASILITATOR)
ExcO EkonomI DaN KeusahawanaN KUO 2009/2010 (SETIAUSAHA)
PrograM PemantapaN RakaN ExcO 2009 -PROPEX- (PESERTA)
PersatuaN MahasiswA SainS UPSI 2008 (AHLI)
KelaB RakaN AlaM SekitaR UPSI 2009 -RAS- (AJK MAKANAN)

Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Writing a resume

Writing a resume is easier said than done. There are many things you need to keep in mind while writing resume like what format should you use, how to frame the right object to suite new job's description as example. You need to create a resume that actually generates results.

What is a resume?
Resume is a self-promotional document that presents you in the best possible light, for the purpose of getting invited to a job interview. It's not an official personnel document. It's not a job application. It's not a career obituary and it's not a confessional.

Main purpose of resume writing
Your resume is a tool with one specific purpose, to win an interview. A resume is an advertisement, nothing more, nothing less. A great resume doesn't just tell them what you have done but makes the same assertion that all good ads do.

Objective of Resume Writing
Your resume should be pointed toward conveying why you are the perfect candidate for one specific objective or job title. Good advertising is directed toward a very specific objective.

What should the resume content be about?
It's not just about past jobs! It's about YOU, and how you performed and what you accomplished in those past jobs--especially those accomplishments that are most relevant to the work you want to do next. A good resume predicts how you might perform in that desired future job.

Why your resume is important?
It's the first meeting between you and a prospective employer. First impressions are lasting ones. Well, your resume is the first meeting between you and a prospective employer more often now than ever.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

=KiNa's philosophy 09=

My personal philosophy of education has been changing since the first moment I stepped into an education course. However, I don't see this as something that is negative. In fact, I think that a teacher's personal philosophy of education should forever be evolving. Teachers should continually make efforts to inform themselves of new technology or innovations that help to facilitate learning in the classroom.

I believe that each student has the capacity to accomplish any goal that is set for them as long as they feel connected to what they are learning; without a link between the students and material, the interest is lost and the learning is harder and may take more time. According to Jean Piaget's theory of development and learning, a developing child builds cognitive structures, or schemes, that connect previous knowledge and/or experiences to new knowledge. This connection cultivates the student's understanding and responding to his or her environment. As a student makes progress, his or her cognitive structures increase in sophistication.

A teacher must also have positive expectations. This means believing in each student and believing that the student can learn and be successful. Students only learn as much as the teacher expects; teachers who set high expectations for their students will receive higher achievement from their students. It is amazing to see what students can accomplish when they know and sense that someone believes in them. It is my aspiration as an educator to help students meet their fullest potential by establishing an environment where my students feel safe, are comfortable taking risks with new learning, and presents them with opportunities to share their thoughts and ideas.

My philosophy of education aligns itself closely to that Jerome Bruner's Theory of Constructivism. In the Constructivist theory, the learner selects and transforms information, constructs hypotheses, and makes decisions; its focus is on knowledge construction, not recitation of knowledge. Knowledge is constructed through one's personal experiences, previous knowledge, and beliefs. For me as an educator, this means that I try and encourage students to discover principles by themselves. I give them the opportunity to have dialogue among their peers and with myself. My main task as a teacher is to present information to be learned that matches or closely matches the student's current level of learning. My curriculum is organized in a spiral manner, so that students continually build upon what they have already learned. As the teacher I would also try to modify my teaching strategies to student responses and encourage my students to analyze, interpret, and predict information in the course of their learning. An educator's personal philosophy of education is an important element in their approach to instruction.

From what I have stated, my philosophy of education aligns itself to that of Progressivism. This philosophy greatly impacts the way in which I decide to design and develop a curriculum. My curriculum would focus on promoting progress and in improving the self and society. The emphasis would focus on the learning process, develop thinking skills, better interpersonal relationships, and meeting student interests. The students would be encouraged to be creative, express their own ideas, and appreciate the differences between themselves and others. My responsibility would be to guide and stimulate curiosity and interest in students and push them towards problem solving and scientific inquiry.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

=philosophy of teaching=

What is a Philosophy of Teaching Statement?

* Philosophy of teaching statements are concise statements of what you believe about the teaching and learning of languages, and possibly also about education in general. Most sources recommend that you keep your teaching philosophy statement between one and two pages in length, covering what you believe, why, and brief examples of how you implement it in the classroom.
*A philosophy of teaching statement is a narrative that includes your conception of teaching and learning,a description of how you teach and justification for why you teach that way.

Tips on writing philosophy statement..

1-Consider your audience and what manner of presentation will make your ideas easier for them to read.
2-Use bold, italics, or underlining to draw attention on critical issues
3-Consider using a theme or another organizational structure (visual diagram, photograph etc) to organize ideas.
4-Use short, vivid, concrete examples
5-Practice the principle of parsimony
6-Always have someone else read through your educational philosophy statement to check for clarity of expression and correct spelling and grammar before sharing with others.


e-Portfolio stand for Electronic Teaching Portfolio..

#Electronic Portfolios are a creative means of organizing, summarizing, and sharing artifacts, information, and ideas about teaching and/or learning, along with personal and professional growth.

#Cambridge (2003) defines an e-portfolio as:
—1. “what is produced when persons collect, select, reflectively interpret, and/or present their own evidence to support their assertions about what they have learned, know and can or should do;
—2. a selection of ‘products’ of learning, reflections or interpretations on those products, and
—3. representations of relationships between and among the products and interpretations.
4. A standards-based portfolio uses a database or hypertext links to clearly show the relationship between standards or goals, artifacts, and reflections.
—5. The learner’s reflections are the rationale that specific artifacts are evidence of achieving the stated standards or goals.

Advantages on using e-Portfolio..
1.E-portfolio – easy to rearrange, edit & combine materials
—*Students can determine order of storage
—*Search on and access materials in a non-linear fashion
—*Make modifications on regular basis
2.E-portfolio is a connected document
—*Hyperlinking to connect documents together
—*Link portfolio elements to external sources or reference
—*Associate between different subject areas, learning experience or observations, contents and other
3.E-portfolio is portable
—*Digital files that can be transported and transferred with ease
—*Can be accessed and used in a variety of locations
—*Can be replicated and shared with others

Items for e-Portfolio..
a-artifacts : resources that demonstrate a teacher’s professional knowledge and competence in relation to the theme, set of standards, or question that serves the framework of the portfolio.
b-supporting documents : materials critical to understanding the teacher


Portfolio is...
*A goal-driven, organized collection of materials that demonstrates a person’s expansion of knowledge and skills over time.
*Contain contents, organization, and presentation of materials vary, depending on intended audience and purpose.
*Is evident of individual’s growth and development.

There are three types of professional portfolios which are:
a-Working portfolios
b-Presentation/showcase Portfolios
c-Teaching Portfolios

I will focus detail on teaching portfolio..

Teaching portfolio is..
*A special type of presentation portfolio that demonstrates the professional competence of anyone who engages in the act of teaching.
*Includes materials associated with teaching: curricular units, syllabi, communication with student (eg. e-mail, notes etc), writing samples, photographs, videos, letters of recommendation, record of academic achievement and teaching evaluation.
*allows teaching and learning to be considered in their appropriate context--a context that changes by field and discipline and/or class size and level.
*no two individuals teaching alike, no two portfolios will look alike
*each one mirrors the unique attributes and styles of the person who created it. Just as teaching approaches vary, student learning styles vary as well.
*highlight and explain specific strategies and approaches to prioritizing, enhancing, and assessing the student learning that results from teaching.

What should be included in teaching portfolio??
a-best practice.
b-the portfolio must demonstrate a set of specific competencies which reflect those professional values.
c-core competencies.

Monday, August 31, 2009

*hepi merdeka day*

Selamat Menyambut Hari Kemerdekaan kali ke-52..

'Pencapaian Diutamakan, Rakyat Didahulukan'



Thursday, August 27, 2009

*salam ramadhan*

salam ramadhan wahai rakan2 ku sekalian..

pejam celik pejam celik dah masuk hari ke-6 (270809) kita berpuasa..

tak lama lagi raya la plak..yeshh!!

by the way,
jgn lupe tingkatkan amal jariah sepanjang bulan yang mulia ni..

topupkan yang mana kurang..
kekalkan yg mana baik k..

semoga amal jariah kita diterima ALLAH S.W.T