This study aims to determine the improvement of teacher teaching skills madrasah diniyyah takmiliyyah through listening, playing and storytelling techniques abbreviated as MATA techniques. The research was conducted in October using Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) method with a quantitative analysis model. The subjects of this study were madrasa teachers who were in 18 diniyyah takmiliyyah located in the Bandung regency region precisely in the Pangalengan sub-district of Lamajang village. The results of the study showed an increase in teacher understanding after using the MATA technique, which increased by an average of 78.9%, an increase of 23.3% from the initial ability on average at 49%. As for the constraints faced, for example teachers find it difficult to condition their children to stay focused, look for strategies so that children remain enthusiastic and enthusiastic in participating in the lesson, and mastery and application of MATA techniques is still not optimal. While the positive impact of the application of MATA techniques increases the activeness and creativity of teachers and is able to involve all students in learning. The advice recommended in this study is that other trainings should be held for teachers, then given examples of more learning practices in the form of books and training CDs so that they can be expanded again.