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A new paradigm of basic teaching skills is needed to design as teachers’ abilities of both hard skills and soft skills through the roles of individuals and organization comprehensively. This research work is aimed to construct new paradigm of basic teaching skills measured from learner organization culture and self-leadership which integrated basic skills of teaching, soft skills and hard-skills. There were a total number of 109 Elementary school teachers of several public Elementary schools in Western part of Jakarta province, Indonesia, participated in this study. There were three questionnaires in the form of 4 Likert-scale ranging from ‘excellent’ (1) to ‘poor’ (4) used as the instruments in collecting the data. The quantitative data analysis answered three research questions as the findings of the study as follows: 1) learner organizational culture contributed to teachers’ basic teaching skills; 2) self-leadership contributed to teachers’ basic teaching skills; and 3) there were five dominant factors found both in learner organizational culture ad self-leadership variables constructed teachers’ new paradigm of basic teaching skills. This research work concluded that both leaner organizational culture and self-leadership positively and significantly contributed to the construction of new paradigm of basic teaching skills model.