SBP 6024 Technology and Innovation in Teaching and
“OBJECTIVES OF SMART SCHOOL”
PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING: SMART SCHOOL
Azlin binti Ahmad Kamaruzzaman
Nor Hafiza binti Isa
Nurashikin binti Muzafar
Nurul Jannah binti Amirul
Rozaireen binti Badrulzaman
Siti Norafizan binti Jalaludin
What do we know?
What fact can be extracted from
the problem scenario?
Malaysia is projected transition
economy to knowledge-based
economy by 2020.
Smart schools is one of the
flagship initiative by government
in MSC project.
Creating a group of 90 pilot
Smart Schools in 1999.
By 2010, all primary and
secondary schools in Malaysia
will be Smart Schools.
The goverment of Malaysia aims
to develop infrastructure to jumpstart deployment of enabling
technology to schools.
What do we think?
What is the possible explanation?
What do we need to know?
Put your inquiry into question form.
The concept of Smart School would
enable Malaysia to be in line with the
rest of developed countries.
Malaysian need to be technologically
advanced to be competed in the global
Smart schools is the brilliant idea but
poor implementation of this project.
Facilities in schools are not enough
provided and poor in maintenance.
Support staff also needed.The cost for
facilities and maintanence too
Technology changing very fast,
disparity between people in urban/
rural area with town will be
happen.For example : People in rural
area may have problem with instant
coverage and electricity.
Knowledge and competency of
teacher should be prepared.
What is the Smart Schools concept?
What are the other MSC flagships?
What are the components of the
Smart School concept?
How does Ministry of Education
support the Smart School initiative?
How is teaching and learning
implemented in Smart Schools?
What are the challenges face since
the inception of Smart School? How
does the progress made been
Why was the Smart School concept
What should we do?
Which resources is appropriate to
Smart School Roadmap
Smart School Blueprint
OBJECTIVES OF SMART SCHOOL
To jumpstart the
• a knowledge-based
• growth of the ICT industry
• a pool of talent resulting
in high-value job creation
To prepare the
citizens for the
• through an innovative
To help students cope and
leverage on the Information
It offers various curricular with
on-going evaluation, handled
by professional administrators
Enable students to practice
self-accessed and selfdirected learning, at their
own learning pace.
and management more
The Malaysian Smart School
Blueprints (Government of
Provide all-round development of the
(emotional, physical, intellectual, spiritual)
•Provide a broad curriculum for all
•Emphasis thinking skill
•Teach values and language across the
Provision to develop individual strengths and abilities
•Provide electives in the curriculum
•Virtual express class
Produce a thinking and technology-literate workforce
•Teach thinking across curriculum
•Apply technology in teaching and learning
•Provide equal access to learning opportunities
•Provide for differing abilities, styles, and paces of
Increase participation of stakeholders
•Create awareness of what happen in schools
•Enable easy and speedy communication with the
school using technology
•Provide opportunities for stakeholders to participate
(e.g. parents, community).
Simin Ghavifekr, Sufean Hussin, Muhammad Faizal A. Ghani.
(2011). The Process of Malaysian Smart School Policy Cycle
A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Research and
Reflections in Education, 5(2): 83–104.
Smart School Project Team.(1997). The Malaysian Smart School
An MSC Flagship Application: A Conceptual Blueprint.
The Smart School Roadmap 2005-2020: An Educational
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