18 thoughts on “About Sekolah Bogor Raya

  1. Hi Maria,
    We would love to connect with your kindergarten class. I have passed your message to Miss Erlin and Mrs Frida, two great kindergarten teachers who are taking up the challenge of web 2.0 activities. If you haven’t heard from them in 2 or 3 days, please let me know.

  2. Hi Doug,

    How are you doing? I hope you are doing well.
    For your information that Teacher Institute has just realized about the power of Web 2.0 …. and I am appointed to be the one who socialize this. Since, this is the one of institution priority, today I will be delivering a brief internal workshop about “blog” to all staff.
    This reminds me of how you socialized web 2.0 to SBR staff. Now, I got your task. Thanks for inspiring me, Doug.


  3. Hello Mr. Stoltz,
    I am a 3rd grade teacher in Connecticut, USA. For the past 2 years my students have made and flown kites in April when we learn measurement and fractions.

    To incorporate cultural exchange and reading/writing into the unit, I set up a website and photo sharing page where classes around the world can share their experiences and cultural traditions around kites. So far there are 12 schools involved from every continent! We have participants from Belize, Brazil, Poland, India, China, Kenya, New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, Turkey, Canada, and the USA. Here is a link to the website (it is just beginning): http://web.me.com/jmsalsich/Kites_Around_The_World/WELCOME.html

    Since Indonesia has such unique kite traditions it would be great to have a participant from your country. I would like to invite you to join this global kite project. It might be a fun way for your students to share about their culture while practicing writing for an audience. All the pages on the website will be in English, so they can learn about other countries while reading authentic student writing.

    Please let me know what you think. I will be happy to give more details if you are interested. Thanks!
    Jonah Salsich

  4. Hi Jonah,
    What a great idea. you are correct about kite-flying being a special activity in Indonesia. I have passed your email to my grade threes. Hopefully, someone will pick up on this and join you.

  5. Hi Dough, It has been a pleasure for me to be interviewed yesterday at your lovely school. The students in 3B are smarts, innovative, active and thirst of knowledge. I am so honored to teach them persuasive writing about energy.
    Please send my best regards to Tania, Brian, and other students who have welcome my presence in an outstanding manner.
    Thank you so much for having me yesterday and I will look forward to your call.

    God bless you.

    Best Regards,

    Anne Darmawan

  6. Hi Mr. Doug,
    I’ve been going through your website, but due to lack of knowledge I have not been able to understand it well enough.
    I have an indonesian couple friend living in Bogor. They were very good friends of mine while living in Bahrain. They are now back to Bogor unfortunatelly. I am thinking of helping them to pay their son’s school. He is 8 years old (turned early November) and wonder how much the annual fees would be at your school.
    Look forward to your reply and thanks a million.

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  9. hi sir i was a student in ur school called chandan now i am 10th n i am in india i miss my school n my fav teacher sandra mam whom i still remember a lot i am very proud of myself to say that i am from ur school………………..

  10. Thank for writing this, I just wanted you to be aware that I found it actually beneficial. All of the best|greatest to you for the future. Thanks

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