USAID PRIORITAS (Prioritizing Reform Innovation and Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia's Teachers, Administrators and Students) is a five year USAID-funded project designed to improve access to quality education for children in Indonesia.

Media Prove Air Pollution Impacts

This young teacher is willing to discuss things at great length with colleagues at the Teachers Working Group (MGMP) in order to come up with new ideas. Having found an idea, she is willing to spend hours browsing on the internet in the hope of…

Reading Culture Encourages Students to Produce Their Own Books

The reading culture developed in SMPIT Raudlatul Jannah, Cilegon, has been successful in making its students skillful in writing.

IDR 20 Billion for USAID PRIORITAS Dissemination Program

Ten USAID PRIORITAS partner districts in North Sumatra have agreed to allocate funds amounting to Rp. 20 billion for the implementation of the dissemination of training programs.

MI Asih Putera's Comprehensive Approach to Developing a Reading Culture

MI Asih Putera has a comprehensive program to developing a reading culture. The following are a number of activities they have developed as explained by the MI Asih Putera school principal Iis Siti Aisyah SS.
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  • Teachers and Lecturers Present Results of Classroom Action Research

    Monday, 03 August 2015 | 08:15 WIB
    To discuss the results that have been achieved in the implementation of classroom action research (CAR), USAID PRIORITAS organized a workshop to review and prepare reports on the CAR with 32 teachers and 32 lecturers from seven provinces.
  • Early Grades Use Leveled Reading Books

    Thursday, 30 July 2015 | 08:15 WIB
    During the Module III training for SD/MI, the participants were divided into three groups, namely: teaching reading in early grades; teaching general subjects in the higher grades; and school-based management (SBM).
  • Starting the Program in West Papua

    Monday, 27 July 2015 | 08:15 WIB
    The Ministry of Education and Culture (MOEC), Government of West Papua Province, and USAID PRIORITAS, have launched a program in the province. West Papua Province has become the USAID PRIORITAS program’s ninth partner province.
  • Literacy Skills through Project-Based Learning

    Thursday, 23 July 2015 | 08:15 WIB
    Training Module III focused on the development of the literacy skills of students. In the higher-grade teaching and learning group, mathematics teachers were facilitated to develop lessons in which students had to search for information and make a report on the results of a project activity.
  • Module III for Primary Schools Strengthens Student Literacy

    Monday, 20 July 2015 | 08:15 WIB
    168 training facilitators for teaching and learning and school-based management (SBM) for primary schools (SD/MI) have been trained again in order to continue the development of quality schools with a third training module.
  • ‘Domino Effect’ in Mathematics Proves Effective

    Monday, 29 June 2015 | 13:52 WIB
    Students tend to think of mathematics as being a difficult school subject. Low learning motivation and learning outcomes are also cause for concern. On the other hand, the variety of learning media is limited affecting the capacity to encourage a passion for learning in students.
  • Developing Grade Appropriate Reading Culture

    Tuesday, 23 June 2015 | 11:41 WIB
    Before receiving the USAID PRIORITAS training program, teachers at SDN Kompleks IKIP Makassar acknowledged that it was difficult to design a program to increase students’ interest in reading.
  • Breakfast Time Reading and Bringing Students Closer to Books

    Friday, 12 June 2015 | 09:00 WIB
    Before they begin their lessons each day, students from MIN Mesjid Raya in Banda Aceh, enjoy reading for five minutes.
  • Learning About Money

    Wednesday, 03 June 2015 | 10:58 WIB
    “Who’s got five thousand rupiah?” asked Wahyuni SPdI, third grade teacher at MI Al Hussein, Tigaraksa, Tangerang, while teaching social studies with the basic competency concerning knowledge about money.
  • Media Prove Air Pollution Impacts

    Monday, 25 May 2015 | 08:25 WIB
    This young teacher is willing to discuss things at great length with colleagues at the Teachers Working Group (MGMP) in order to come up with new ideas. Having found an idea, she is willing to spend hours browsing on the internet in the hope of turning the idea into learning…
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