Peresmian Pemasangan Uniform dan Pengucapan Janji Mahasiswa Prodi DIII Keperawatan dan Prodi DIII Kebidanan STIKes Mercubaktijaya Padang
Pemasangan uniform DIII keperawatan dan DIII kebidanan oleh staff dosen yang diadakan pada tanggal 25 April 2019 di auditorium STIKes Mercubaktijaya padang
Foto bersama pengurus yayasan dengan peserta workshop kurikulum pendidikan tinggi prodi kebidanan, program sarjana dan pendidikan profesi bidan, program profesi STIKes Mercubaktijaya padang yang diadakan di auditorium Mercubaktijaya padang tanggal 11-13 April 2019 Antusiasme peserta dalam mengikuti workshop kurikulum pendidikan tinggi yang diadakan di auditorium Mercubaktijaya padang
Friendly Schools is a multi-component, evidence-based, whole-school initiative involving the whole-school community to build social skills, create supportive environments and significantly reduce bullying in school communities. The traditional “chalk and talk” method of teaching that’s persisted for hundreds of years is now acquiring inferior results when compared with the more modern and revolutionary teaching methods […]
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In New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Carmen Fariña, the schools chancellor, have disappointed school diversity advocates by failing to make integration a priority. The set-asides plan, approved by Ms. Fariña in November, was the first attempt at addressing the issue across multiple schools.
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