GROUP WORK

WHAT IS GROUP WORK?

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EXAMPLE OF GROUP WORK

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EXPLANATION AND WAYS TO MAKE THINK, PAIR, SHARE ACTIVITY

 

EXPLANATION AND WAYS TO MAKE PEER INSTRUCTION ACTIVITY

 

EXPLANATION AND WAYS TO MAKE JIGSAW ACTIVITY

 

CONCLUSION

Once a group comes together they go through some stages (forming, storming, norming, performing, and terminating) to develop roles, create a leadership strategy, and determine the process for decision making. While numerous specific group roles exit, the four categories of roles include: task, social-emotional, procedural, and individual roles. It is likely that members will occupy multiple roles simultaneously as they participate in groups.

New technologies are continually changing, but how we engage in group communication. The asynchronous nature of communication technologies can facilitate group processes. However, they also have the potential to slow groups down and make it more difficult to accomplish group goals.

 

REFLECTIVE

Group work can be use to enhance the student’s learning. By using group work activity students can get more benefit and indirectly students can practice the 21st century skills which is they have to collaborate and communicate each other to make and done the task given by their teacher.

 

REFERENCES :

1) https://cirt.gcu.edu/teaching3/tips/groupwork

2) https://www.edutopia.org/blog/tips-making-group-work-manageable-kristina-doubet-jessica-hockett

3) http://blog.pctigroup.com/2014/04/benefits-of-team-work.html

4) http://darcyhutchings.com/make-share-group-work-infographic/

5) https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/setting-up-and-facilitating-group-work-using-cooperative-learning-groups-effectively/

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ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION/MEASUREMENT

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REFLECTIVE

To sum up, we measure distance, we assess learning, and we evaluate results in terms of some set of criteria. These three terms are certainly share some common attributes, but it is useful to think of them as separate but connected ideas and processes.

 

REFERENCES

http://www.pcrest2.com/LO/assessment/2.htm

http://assessment.tki.org.nz/Assessment-in-the-classroom/Underlying-principles-of-assessment-for-learning/What-is-assessment-for-learning

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/differences-between-measurement-assessment-evaluation-ammar-mahmoud

SOCIETY 5.0

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Society 5.0 is a term used in the “Fifth Science and Technology Basic Plan” and it was implemented in the Cabinet in January 2016 which it was showed at the Japanese government’s Council for Science, Technology and Innovation.

It is defined as “super-smart society” where cyber space and physical space (real society) are highly integrated. Society 5.0 follows on from the hunter-gatherer society, agricultural society, industrial society and information society.

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So, other than Society 5.0, what is the innovation done before? Taking a long view of history, we can define Society 1.0 as groups of people hunting and gathering in harmonious coexistence with nature, Society 2.0 as forming groups based on agricultural cultivation, increasing organization and nation-building, Society 3.0 is a society that promotes industrialization through the Industrial Revolution, making mass production possible, and Society 4.0 as an information society that realizes increasing added value by connecting intangible assets as information networks. Society 5.0 is an information society built upon Society 4.0, aiming for a prosperous human-centered society

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REFLECTIVE

If we look at society 5.0, we can say that it is all about technology. In Japan they are more towards super smart society. It is means that the society already have some of the skills that need in 21st century.

Is digital at its center? Digital is a means, but humans must remain as the central actors. Traditionally, innovation driven by technology has been responsible for social development, but in the future, they focusing on how to build a happy society and have a sense of worth.

REFERENCES

http://www.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/application/files/6014/9144/3660/n201704061315_3.pdf

http://fpcj.jp/wp/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/f2d3eec7bf7678840f8adf2ca8000b05.pdf

http://www.hitachi.com/rev/archive/2017/r2017_06/pdf/p08-13_TRENDS.pdf

http://japanandtheworld.net/2017/02/are-you-ready-moving-on-to-society-5-0/

http://www.hitachi.com/rev/archive/2017/r2017_06/trends/index.html

FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

 

Technological advances and digital development are unstoppable within the knowledge era. The fourth industrial revolution is the current and developing environment in which disruptive technologies and trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) are changing the way we live and work.

The first industrial revolution, in the 18th and 19th centuries, involved a change from mostly agrarian societies to greater industrialization as a consequence of the steam engine and other technological developments. The next technological age, the second industrial revolution, was driven by electricity and involved expansion of industries and mass production as well as technological advances

The third industrial revolution sometimes called the digital revolution, involved the development of computers and IT (information technology) since the middle of the 20th century. The fourth industrial revolution is growing out of the third but is considered a new era rather than a continuation because of the explosiveness of its development and the disruptiveness of its technologies.

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WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN FUTURE JOB AND EMPLOYMENT?

As the world is on the cusp of the 4th Industrial Revolution, there will be radical impact on the future of the jobs and employment. According to the report from World Economic Forum (WEF), automation, artificial intelligence, and robots are going to take away 5 million jobs by 2020.

Within 50 years, majority of Americans predict that robots and computers will take place of work currently done by humans (Pew Research Report).  According to McKinsey, half of all existing work activities could be automated by currently existing technologies, saving some $16 trillion in wages. Jobs that once seemed like “safe bets”–office workers and administrative personnel, manufacturing, and even law—will be hit hardest, the report estimates. White collar professions such as law, finance, human resources and professional services could feel the same jobs squeeze that blue collar industries felt from the rise of robotics in the second half of the 20th century as employers realize more efficiency through technology.

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REFLECTIVE

Looking at fourth industrial revolution, it seem like we are advance in technology. From the side of technology, it is good to have a very updated technology. But from the other side, what will happen with job in future?

It’s means that in future they are no longer use people as worker because they will substitute some field of work with technology and robot which for them they can reduce employee and add more production. But what will happen to people that need work in future? Think about it …

 

REFERENCES

https://christianmanrique.com/2015/11/04/the-fourth-industrial-revolution-christian-manrique/

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/future-jobs-employment-post-fourth-industrial-revolution-tanmoy-ray

DATA ANALYSIS

Assalamualaikum and hiii…this is the data analysis for the answer from questionnaire that I was distributed last time..

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REFLECTIVE

For the first questionnaire that was distributed, it is actually taken directly from the other’s instrument without changing it. When I get the data and looking at the questions and answers, it seems like the respondents does not understand for some questions. It happen because some of the questions was no clear and have double barer. After correction was made, the questionnaire was distributed for the second time and this is the answer given.

FIRST DATA

Assalamualaikum and hii…today we got a task to do a set of questionnaire ..so I decide to make a set of question to ask about the consumer behavior…this is related with consumer that want to buy a smartphone…for the first step after done the questionnaire, i distribute the question via media social which is whatsapp application..this is because majority of my respondents are using that application…this way also easily because the respondent only have to spend their time about 5 minutes to answer it in google form…

 

Here is the attachment of my questionnaire..

https://goo.gl/forms/scltp3IWZg0VI54S2

 

The link below is the answer from all the respondent (40 respondents)..

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1STP5ktYTBWZSle76Vw6WFQ4V0hiO1HFNEhtSTK174Qc/edit?usp=sharing

SECOND DATA

Assalamualaikum and hii….this is the second data of my questionnaire..according to the first questionnaire that I’ve distribute, I need to do some correction on the question and distribute it again..so here i attach the link for the questionnaire and data that i get…

 

Here is the link of questionnaire..

https://goo.gl/forms/7zsOInfM0w4XzdfX2

 

Below is the link of all data and respondent (32 respondents)…

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Wt73WBDQBwFUIXFuUPo-O5FrDgUH6DPynvFEOfB_MSo/edit?usp=sharing

EXAMPLE OF EXAM PAPER

Assalamualaikum and hi ! for this week we’ve got tasks to make a set of examination paper (mid year)…. Each of us get a different type of subject and for me, I need to do exam paper for mathematics standard one…I’ve done two set of paper which is for paper 1 and paper 2… So here I attach the link of the exam paper…..

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KERTAS 1

COVER PAGE 2

KERTAS 2

 

Next is the answer for the question both paper 1 and 2…..

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KERTAS 2 (JAWAPAN)

HORIZON REPORT

Assalamualaikum and hii..this is the overall view of Horizon Report since 2014 to 2017..

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HORIZON REPORT 2015

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REFLECTIVE

What is on the five-year horizon for higher education institutions? Which trends and technologies will drive educational change? What are the challenges that we consider as solvable or difficult to overcome, and how can we strategist effective solutions? These questions and similar inquiries regarding technology adoption and educational change steered the collaborative research and discussions of a body of experts to produce the NMC Horizon Report. The NMC Horizon Report series charts the potential and likely impacts of emerging technologies in higher education across the globe. With more than 13 years of research and more than 50 published reports, the project is widely regarded as the world’s longest-running exploration of emerging technology trends and uptake in education.