Saturday, 1 December 2012


                             Systems Thinking for Education and Research

Education and research are most exciting when they move out of the lecture hall and library and provide opportunity to create, experience, and see. STELLA® offers a practical way to dynamically visualize and communicate how complex systems and ideas really work.

Whether they are first-time or experienced modelers, teachers, students, and researchers use STELLA to explore and answer endless questions like:
  • How does climate change influence an ecosystem over time?
  • Would Hamlet’s fate have changed if he’d killed Claudius earlier?
  • How do oil prices respond to shocks in supply and/or demand?
  • What will happen when the ozone layer is gone?
  • How do basic macroeconomic principles affect income and consumption?
 The Gold Standard 

Easy-to-use, STELLA models provide endless opportunities to explore by asking "what if," and watching what happens, inspiring the exciting ah-ha moments of learning.
Thousands of educators and researchers have made STELLA the gold standard; using it to study everything from economics to physics, literature to calculus, chemistry to public policy. K-12, college, and research communities have all recognized STELLA’s unique ability to stimulate learning.

Shared Learning
You know that your students have learned when they can, in turn, explain. STELLA models allow you to communicate how a system works – what goes in, how the system is impacted, what are the outcomes.
STELLA supports diverse learning styles with a wide range of storytelling features. Diagrams, charts, and animation help visual learners discover relationships between variables in an equation. Verbal learners might surround visual models with words or attach documents to explain the impact of a new environmental policy.
STELLA Dashboard
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Storytelling provides an easy way to explain a model.
Use STELLA to:
  • Simulate a system over time
  • Jump the gap between theory and the real world
  • Enable students to creatively change systems
  • Teach students to look for relationships – see the Big Picture
  • Clearly communicate system inputs and outputs and demonstrate outcomes

Windows Movie Maker

What is movie maker?

Windows Movie Maker is a fun and easy to use video editing program that allows you to make home movies, automated photo albums and business presentations. It is included as part of the Windows XP operating system.

 1. Launch Windows Movie Maker

              Your Windows Movie Maker will show

2. Add photos / videos

3. Add texts

4. After complete design your movie maker. Click SAVE MOVIE the files

                                                                        Have A TRY
                                                            Have A Nice Movie. Good Luck

Monday, 19 November 2012

Microsoft Paint

1. Launch Microsoft Paint

                                 i.            Click on Start Button
                               ii.            Moves the mouse to Paint

The Paint will look like this :

         2. Insert Picture in Paint
i.                     Click Open
ii.                   Browse your pictures in computer
iii.                  Choose the picture
iv.                 Click Open at the bottom

       3. How to CROP the picture
I.                    Insert picture in Paint
II.                  Drag the mouse  for area that you want to crop
III.                Click NEW paint to insert the picture that done crop

……Have a TRY….

Tuesday, 13 November 2012


In this course, i need make a blog to fullfill the one of assessment that given by Mr. Azmi Ibrahim. This is first time i doing blog. I will design this blog  with my creativity to get full mark for this assessment. My score for this course is A.