The reading and writing literacy program seeks to improve teachers’ abilities in creating literacy learning, generating learning materials, managing classrooms, and building a relevant and entertaining student literacy evaluation system for primary school students. Yayasan Nusantara Sejati’s literacy program is a balanced literacy that includes four basic skills: listening, reading, speaking, and writing, and is developed through nine literacy components: print awareness, phonology, alphabet knowledge, phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, speaking, grammar, and writing.
Positive Discipline is a program that teaches children to understand their own conduct, take the initiative and accept responsibility for the decisions and actions they select, and respect themselves and others. Character Discipline instills the habit of ‘thinking about the repercussions before doing’ and exhibiting the positive throughout the child’s life.
4T Learning is a program that attempts to assist children in developing a systematic method of learning and constructively expressing ideas. Student-centered learning is the learning method adopted in 4T, and it is effective for stimulating and optimizing students’ learning capacity and thinking through the learning cycle/scientific method. Students are extremely motivated to learn and find it simpler to master a wide range of courses, including high-quality science and mathematics.
Numerical Literacy is a program that attempts to train and strengthen teachers’ abilities to design and administer a contextual, engaging, and relevant numeracy learning system for learners.
Improving the quality of learning in schools, particularly in literacy Learning with comprehension; Contextual Numeration; STEM; the Comprehend (Telaah), Study (Teliti), Construct (Tata), and Deliver (Tutur) (4T) method; and the application of Positive Discipline.
This program intends to create schools that will serve as “reference school” for other schools in certain locations. This school model will be developed comprehensively, starting with improvements on school management; the capacity and competence of school principals, teachers, and education personnel; the curriculum and teaching and learning process; the arrangement of supporting facilities; and increasing community and village participation where the school is located.
Learning using a combination of approaches (Hybrid / Blended Learning) has emerged as a future trend (21st century). This learning process necessitates educator competences (knowledge, skills, and attitudes) that differ from what has previously been done in classrooms. YNS develops an e-platform with a learning management system (LMS) in response to the trends and demands of the twenty-first century (Hybrid/Blended Learning).
Facilitator training to develop holistic skills to help train and support schools, as well as to encourage more community engagement in education.
Management of scholarships for government and private institutions for Indonesian students to succeed in continuing higher education abroad. This management starts from designing programs, selecting and preparing scholarship recipients before starting their education at home and overseas.