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Management of learning in the freedom of learning era must prepare students to act in the 21st century. In order for students to play in the 21st century, teachers must prepare learning management in accordance with the demands of the freedom of learning era. The general objective of this research is to create a mentoring pattern for principals in the development of learning management in the freedom of learning era in Public Elementary School. The specific objectives in this article are threefold. 1) Examining the activities of teachers in developing learning strategies for the freedom of learning era in the mentoring program. 2) Examining the activities of teachers in the use of Information Technology for learning in the freedom of learning era in the mentoring program. 3) Analyze learning outcomes achieved through learning in the freedom of learning era in mentoring in Public Elementary School. This research uses a descriptive qualitative approach. The research Sites in Boyolali 1 State Public Elementary School, Boyolali District, Boyolali Regency. The research was conducted for 6 (six) months of the even semester of the 2019/2020 school year. The research subjects were the Principal and all Primary School Teachers where the research was conducted. In-depth interview data collection techniques, observation, and documentation. The validity of the data using the triangularis of sources and methods. The data analysis technique used analytical descriptive method. The results of the research, 1) a collaborative developed learning approach. Learning strategies developed by problem-based learning modification teachers. Methods developed online offline 2) Information technology used by teachers includes the use of PPT, video, pictures, WA, zoom meetings, Google Meet, Google Form. 3) The learning outcomes of the affective aspects are in the form of a learning process that is happy and independent of students but still, independent, disciplined and polite, cognitive aspects in the form of increasing test results and can reach KKM, psychomotor aspects in the form of works displayed on wall magazines, products literacy such as briquettes, pellets and other written works.