National Curriculum 2013

Curriculum 2013 is a form of integrated work between reconstruction of passing grade competence, suitability and adequacy, expansion, advancement of the materials, learning revolution and evaluation reform. Every subject supports all competencies (attitude, skill and knowledge) and integrated.

The Curriculum 2013 aims to improve Indonesian education by reorganizing required subjects and the central importance to the new curriculum is a change in teaching style. It pushes teachers to move away from the traditional teacher-centered classroom and towards a student-centered classroom. In real terms, this means that teachers are to spend less time lecturing students and more time teaching through inquiry. Teachers should facilitate the learning process by asking guided questions that help students discover content for themselves. Students are expected to become active and engaged learners. The new approach hopes to encourage curiosity in students in order to build their critical-thinking and communication skills.

Curriculum Structure

Secondary School at SBB implements K-13 (Curriculum 2013). The curriculum components have been embedded and enriched by Cambridge Secondary 1 Program. Therefore, Secondary School students take National and Cambridge Examination.

A. Competence Organization

Subject is the smallest unit of Basic Competencies. At Secondary School Level, Basic competencies are organized by regarding to the students’ learning continuum.

 B. The Objectives

Students are expected to become active and engaged learners. The new approach hopes to encourage curiosity in students in order to build their critical-thinking and communication skills as well as developing other values;

  1.    Believe in God
  2.   Showing good attitudes
  3.    Knowledgeable
  4.   Critical thinking,
  5.    Creative
  6.    Independent
  7.   Innovative,
  8.   Balanced
  9.   Confident
  10.   Tolerance
  11.   Responsibility