The Nationality Education Model: The Implementation of a Score-A Training Model for Youth Across different Cultures in Indonesia

Komarudin Komarudin, Ahmad Tarmiji Alkhudri, Ubedilah Ubedilah, Syaifudin Syaifudin, Asep Rudi Casmana


This study aims to analyze the implementation of nationality education model  for youth across cultures through the SCORE-A model. The SCORE-A (Spatial Cultural Organization Religion and Economic Awareness) model relies on five aspects of consciousness as parameters of nationality education; spatial awareness (SA); cultural awareness (CA); organization awareness (OA); religion awareness (RA); economic awareness (EA). The research employed a qualitative approach using document analysis, a literature review, interviews, and a questionnaire. The study was conducted in Jakarta over a six month period. The SCORE-A model was implemented  with twenty two respondents. Ninety one percent (91%) of the respondents rated the Score-A model or treatment during observation are very appropriate for improving the nationalism in loving their own country even though the youths come from different backgrounds of religion, ethic, and language. During applying the SCORE-A model, the respondents were developed critical and creative thinking skills. Although there are some limitations in applying the SCORE-A model such as participants differences, the results show participants’ engagement in developing their nationality awareness. Therefore, it is suggested that the model can be implemented in other areas.


nationalism education, youth, cross culture, Score-A training model

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