MANAGING SUSTAINABILITY OF UST’S DEVELOPMENT THROUGH NITENI, NIROKKE, NAMBAHI PRINCIPLE A CASE STUDY OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CMD CLASS

Imam Ghozali, Rr. Hasti Robiasih

Abstract


Tri – N has been accepted as a learning model in Tamansiswa Institute. The
concept is derived from System Among of “Among” system which accommodates all
system in managing education in Tamansiswa. This paper presents the description of
efficacy of implementation of the Tri – N learning model in developing students’
mastery of content knowledge and creativity in Curriculum and Material
Development subject or CMD in the English Department of Graduate School of
Education of Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa (UST).
The concept of Tri – N learning model is derived from Ki Hadjar Dewantara’s
Sistim Among or ‘Among’ system or AS which constitutes the basic conception of
running Tamansiswa Institute and all schools established under the Tamansiswa
Institute (Swasono, 2019). Up to the present AS becomes not only motto in Indonesian
Education, but also guideline in managing and developing UST in the future. The rest
of the paper presents the implementation of a modified Tri-N learning model in the
Curriculum and Material Development (CMD) subject in the English Department of
Graduate School of UST. The study reveals the efficacy of the modified Tri-N learning
model in enhancing students' competence in achieving the learning outcomes of the
CMD subject. As the sustainability of the subject offering contributes to the
sustainability of the English program which constitutes the sustainability of the
Graduate School and UST in the broad sense.


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