Universitas Negeri Surabaya’s (Unesa) Faculty of Education hopes that its graduates will have superior character values and try to do their best for their God, themselves and their environment. The Optimization of students' self potential should refer to the character values by Ki Hajar Dewantara. The sermons of Ki Hajar Dewantara's behavior are including: (1) Neng means silent that is the inner peace, (2) Ning means clear which refers to the clear mind, (3) Nung means strong and refers to ability and (4) Nang means win and deserves for their efforts. The four values of Ki Hajar's personality can be translated into values that must be possessed by educators, education personnel and educated people. These values are, (1) exemplary: ing ngarsa sung tulada; (2) motivation: ing madya mangun karsa; (3) supporting and believing the subordinates: tut wuri handayani. All of these three values are considered as the among system in its implementation on educational sector. Data were collected using: questionnaire, observation, interview and documents. Data were analyzed using the flow analysis by Milles and Huberman. The results of the study show that (1) lecturers' behavior in implementing education with the among systems at UST Yogyakarta in building character has been internalized in lecturers, administrative staff and students which reflected in campus life based on the Tamansiswa principle. Ki Hajar Dewantara's values including: (a) Niteni, Nirokake, Nambahi, (b) Tri Nga: Ngerti, Ngroso, Nglakoni, and (c) The leadership trilogy in the among system; (2) the implementation of personality in the aspects of Neng, Ning, Nung, and Nang it was found that between the principle of Tamansiswa and the implementation of "Neng, Ning, Nung, Nang" is Ki Hajar's values that support each other in performing behavior by UST citizens. The principle of Tamansiswa "Orderly, Peaceful, Greeting, Happiness is a guide to behaving in the implementation of the Ki Hajar among and sermon system of behavioral stages to achieve happiness as a form of attaining Nang (the victory of life).
Ki Hajar’s character value, local wisdom