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  1. WHAT IS SMART SCHOOL?<br />SMART SCHOOLS<br />
  2. GROUP MEMBERS:<br />NATASHA KAUR A/P MINDAR SINGH D20091034839<br />AMARPREET KAUR A/P GURNAM SINGH D20091034873<br />KRISNAVIMALA A/P KRISHUAN D20091034821<br />YAASHINI A/P SELVARAJAH D20091034837<br />
  3. INTRODUCTION<br />In 1996: the Ministry of Education planned the Smart School concept<br />based on critical and creative teaching and learning processes<br /><ul><li> Smart school as 1 of the 7 flagship application of MSC
  4. Transform Malaysian education to fulfill vision 2020
  5. role of </li></ul>teachers, <br />administrators <br />parents <br />community enhanced in the education.<br /><ul><li>a conducive learning environment.
  6. various curricula</li></ul> on-going evaluation, <br />handled by professional administrators and teachers.<br /><ul><li>Uses ICT in education –tools-</li></li></ul><li>SMART SCHOOL?<br />Uses a technology platform <br />Medium for distance learning <br />specific teaching expertise are made available <br />remote locations including the home<br />
  7. Malaysian Smart School<br />Main components : <br />according to the Smart School Conceptual Blueprint are as follows:<br />Teaching-learning processes :“heart”<br />Management and Administration: “brain”<br />Human Resources, Skills and Responsibilities<br />Processes = system<br />Technology<br />Policies : implementation<br />
  8. 1. Sustained, productivity-driven growth<br />Apply technology in education<br />Critical thinking<br />Full participation in global economy Produce :<br />Intellectual<br />Spiritually<br />Emotionally, and<br />Physically - balanced and harmonious individuals<br />2. Technology in education<br />Transformation of memory-based learning<br />Smart schools:<br />Creative thinking<br />Different learning style- uses technology<br />More equitable access<br />Exercises great responsibility<br />WHY??<br />
  9. Prepare children for the Information Age: promote goals of National Philosophy of Education<br /> Emphasizes<br />intellectual, <br />emotional, <br />spiritual, and <br />physical growth<br />Provide all-round development <br />Broad curriculum – electives n vertically integrated<br />Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary<br />SMART SCHOOL CONCEPT:<br />
  10. Provide opportunities to enhance individual strengths and abilities<br />Creative thinking<br />Values application<br />Language<br />Produce a thinking and technology-literate work force<br />Critical thinking<br />Creativity in curriculum<br />Apply technology effectively in teaching and learning<br />
  11. Democratized education<br />Equal opportunities and accommodating learning <br />Abilities<br />Styles<br />processes <br />Increase the participation of stakeholders<br />Awareness of roles and responsibilities <br />Skills development<br />
  12. Teaching And Learning Environment<br />Comprises four areas:<br />Curriculum<br />to help students achieve overall and balanced development <br />Pedagogy <br />appropriate mix of learning strategies <br /> ensure mastery of basic competencies<br /> promotion of holistic development<br />
  13. 3. Assessment<br /><ul><li>Integration of technology</li></ul>Facilitate assessment –<br />classroom assessment<br />school-based assessment<br />centralized assessment<br />4. Teaching and learning materials<br />challenging and motivating <br />combining the best of<br />network-based, <br />teacher-based<br />courseware materials<br />
  14. Teaching-Learning materials<br />Curricular and instructional needs<br />Cosmetic adequacy<br />Graphic, video, animation etc.<br />Instruction adequacy<br />Technical<br />Curriculum<br />Cost effectiveness<br />
  15. 2. Conventional media<br />Printed (paper based)<br />Books, encyclopedia, maps, magazine, etc.<br />3D objects<br />Models, globes, etc.<br />Audio/ visual<br />Microfilms, slides, radio, audio tapes, etc.<br />

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