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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  • 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…
  • Publishing Reading Books that Match Children’s Reading Abilities

    Friday, 22 May 2015 | 11:13 WIB
    To encourage efforts to improve students’ abilities and interest in reading from the early grades of the primary school, USAID PRIORITAS, in cooperation with Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia – or Indonesian Child Literacy Foundation (YLAI) – will publish good quality reading books for children.
  • Module 3 Training, Continues the Improvement of School Quality

    Saturday, 16 May 2015 | 04:46 WIB
    To continue the program of school improvement through implementation of good practices in teaching and learning and school-based management (SBM), USAID PRIORITAS once again invited training facilitators to participate in a national module III training for Junior Secondary Schools (SMP/MTs) in Makassar (26/2–1/3/2015).
  • Strengthening the Implementation of Active Learning and School Management

    Thursday, 14 May 2015 | 04:52 WIB
    In the third training on good practices in teaching and learning at national level for SMP/MTs (junior secondary schools), the participants were trained in the development of “information skills” in learning science, social studies, and Indonesian language
  • “Sicantik” of Aceh Tamiang

    Monday, 27 April 2015 | 05:31 WIB
    Aplikasi Segitiga Pascal yang Asyik (Sicantik) - a Fun Application of Pascal’s Triangle demonstrated at a showcase event in Aceh Tamiang, received an overwhelming response. With ease, two students from SMPN 4 Percontohan demonstrated the Sicantik...
  • Bone Adds 90 Learning and Management Facilitators

    Friday, 24 April 2015 | 07:26 WIB
    After seeing the impact of USAID PRIORITAS programs, Bone District took the initiative to increase the number of facilitators for teaching and learning and for school management. Bearing in mind the distances involved and the area of the Bone district, which includes 27 Sub-districts...
  • With PCTB Books, Many Lectures No Longer Necessary

    Tuesday, 21 April 2015 | 05:23 WIB
    Learning is an ongoing process for as long as we live. Even educators never stop learning. Linus Logo, a teacher at SD Inpres Wesaput, understands this. He is not embarrassed about learning more through the teacher training organized by the Wamena Christian Foundation (YKW) in collaboration with USAID PRIORITAS.
  • Student Performance Raises Expectations

    Saturday, 18 April 2015 | 14:44 WIB
    Education programs in Bekasi and Cirebon are oriented towards efforts to prepare human resources (HR) to be ready to support the development of their districts.
  • Sragen’s Supervisors Bring PAKEM to Schools

    Thursday, 16 April 2015 | 07:14 WIB
    When the supervisors from Sragen were doing a teaching practice using the active, creative, joyful and effective learning approach (PAKEM) and contextual learning they appeared awkward. “It’s been a long time since I taught.
  • Learning About the Food Chain with Twine

    Thursday, 09 April 2015 | 13:13 WIB
    That afternoon, in class 5C in SMPN 2 Depok, Yogyakarta, the classroom was alive with students twisting and turning as they played with twine (which they call ‘Japanese Grass’) stretched from one to another.
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