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Learning at TKIT Nurul Ilmi uses the Montessori method, national curriculum and Inquiry Base Learning (IBL)

The Montessori Method is an education system that helps every child reach his potential in all areas of life. This method was developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, more than 100 years ago and has proven successful in various countries with different cultures. Maria Montessori believes that each individual must educate himself, while the teacher provides information and guidance to students in an educational environment


1.       Individual approaches to learning

2.       Combination of academic and social education

3.       Cultivating a child's curiosity, and they are encouraged to dare to explore.

4.       Abstract concepts are presented in real terms

5.       The skills and routines taught at school will be applied by children in their daily lives to adulthood

6.       Individual approaches to learning

7.       Combination of academic and social education

8.       Cultivating a child's curiosity, and they are encouraged to dare to explore.

9.       Abstract concepts are presented in real terms

10.   The skills and routines taught at school will be applied by children in their daily lives to adulthood


The Montessori Method teaches 5 main fields, this is:

1.      Language skills

Language is an important phenomenon in human life and a special feature in humans. The language is learned not inborn. With language, we can understand all objects in the environment and can communicate the contents of the mind.

Activities to sharpen language begin with learning pronunciation / sound (Phonic Sound), then words, phrases and sentences. The easiest way is to introduce children to various objects around and various daily expressions. Besides that it can be by reading books, poetry, and telling each other and singing. Another ability to be achieved from this area is that children have the ability to write and read.

2.       Daily life (PRACTICAL LIFE)

Activities in the practical life area are interesting activities for children because they involve all skills in all sensitive periods of children. Activities in this area will build children's skills in all areas and daily activities.

Usually the difficulty of children carrying out developmental tasks in other areas can be traced back from their completeness beyond this practical life area.

In practical life this will hone various skills of children such as:

Understand regular patterns or activities such as the daily routine of eating, sleeping, playing, etc .;

Because this area is full of psychomotor activities, the child will always be excited thus sharpening motoric and spatial intelligence.

Explore the senses. In doing this activity involves eyes, sounds, smells, even touches language.

Providing practical life activities will foster children's initiative to be involved in daily activities.

Growing love for work / activities. Activities in this area will grow interest and love of children to play a role in their environment.In providing activities in each area adjusted to the age and task of development at that time. Broadly speaking, the goal of skills in this area is the achievement of capabilities:

Independence: taking care of yourself (combing your own hair, wearing and removing your own clothes, washing your hands, brushing your teeth, bathing yourself, etc.), eating and drinking alone, wiping and cleaning leftovers, cleaning houses and furniture, tidying up toys

alone, arrange their own clothes, wash their own cooking utensils.

Have a personality that is in accordance with applicable norms (friendly, greeting others, reprimanding wrong person, knowing the ethics of coughing sneezing and yawning, etc.)

Having social sensitivity: Understanding the feelings and burdens of others so that they grow empathy.

 The activities given to sharpen this area began with simple activities even for toddlers using the play method. But in essence the basic thing that must be mastered before carrying out a complicated activity is to complete the child's ability to control gross and fine motor skills, strengthen muscles and coordinate movements and eyes and hands Moral and religious education I enter in this area. So besides giving an example regarding the norms of everyday manners, we invite children to worship, practice prayer in every activity, explain the creators of nature and living things, etc.

3.       Mathematical concepts

Teaching mathematical concepts at the beginning is through activities that sharpen the senses to understand the concepts of size, pattern and sequence.

4.       Sensor

According to Dr. Montessori since the ability to observe at the beginning of age, individuals must be given stimulation that will sharpen their senses and understand the various impressions of various stimuli.

Sensory ability helps children to understand the details of objects or phenomena through patterned activities. With good sensory abilities children are able to distinguish qualities such as differences in color, shape, smell, texture, weight, and size. With this ability the child is able to determine, classify, and connect new information into the information he already knows. The tools needed in this area all aim to improve muscle development which is the foundation of writing skills, determine the right size, and enrich abstract concepts in the field of mathematics.

5.       Culture

       In the cultural area besides introducing various world cultures, it also introduces local wisdom and family culture.

 Inquiry Base learning

A series of learning activities that emphasize the critical thinking process and analysis to find and find out for themselves the answers to a problem in question. Student-centered Approach. Students play a very dominant role in the learning process

         Advantages of IBL

1.       Emphasize the development of balanced cognitive, affective and psychomotor aspects

2.       Provide space for students to learn according to their learning style

3.       Modern learning

We combine our curriculum (Inquary Based Learning) with Curriculum from DIKNAS (KURTILAS).
The maximum number of students in one class is 20 students with two homeroom teachers
In NIBIIS/INISS there is no homework
Over the last 17 years NIBIIS has been known for its excellence in education in quran and academic aspect. Its focus is on high quality teaching and learning
Play Group from Monday - Friday from 07.15 - 10.00 WIB. Kindy A from Monday - Friday from 07.15 - 11.00 WIB. Kindy B from Monday- Friday from 07.15 - 11.30 WIB. Primary 1-2 from Monday - Friday from 07.15 - 14.00 WIB. Primary 3-4 from Monday-Friday from 07.15 - 14.40 WIB. Primary 5-6 from Monday - Friday from 07.15 - 14.45 WIB. Secondary 7-9 from Monday - Friday from 07.15 - 15.00 WIB
We accept Play Group student from the age of 3 year. Kindy A student from the age of 4 year. Kindy B student from the age of 5 year. Primary student grade 1 from the age of 6,5 year.
Yes, we have school uniform for student and teacher, for daily uniform and physical education.
Yes, there is a variety of afterschool/afternoon activities on offer for PrePrimary until Secondary
No, we do not implement a class ranking system.



Quote Hadist Shahih

"Siapa yang menempuh jalan untuk mencari ilmu, maka Allah akan mudahkan baginya jalan menuju surga "

(HR. Muslim, no. 2699)

"Kami mempelajari masalah adab itu selama 30 tahun sedangkan kami mempelajari ilmu selama 20 tahun."

Abdullah Ibnul Mubarok -rahimahullah-
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