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Developing Human Capital in National Education Blueprint 2006-2010

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    • 1.  
    • 2. Do you know?
    • 3.  
    • 4.  
    • 5.  
    • 6. Petikan Kata-kata Aluan YAB Perdana Menteri “… cita-cita negara tidak akan tercapai hanya dengan meningkatkan infrastruktur atau menambah bilangan sumber tenaga murah. Sebaliknya, pencapaian matlamat ini memerlukan satu peningkatan tahap produktiviti dan daya saing negara. Anjakan ini juga memerlukan pembangunan modal insan dari segi keupayaan dan intelek. Justeru itu, Misi Nasional dan Rancangan Malaysia Kesembilan telah menetapkan “pembangunan modal insan berminda kelas pertama” sebagai salah satu daripada lima teras utama ke arah mencapai Wawasan 2020.”
    • 7. Petikan Prakata YB Menteri Pelajaran Malaysia ” Pelan Induk Pembangunan Pendidikan ini bertujuan memperkemaskan pelaksanaan program-program pendidikan serta memantapkan lagi proses pembinaan modal insan secara menyeluruh dan berterusan supaya output yang dihasilkan berupaya memenuhi kehendak tempatan dan antarabangsa, di samping mengukuhkan lagi kedudukan Malaysia dalam arena global.”
    • 8. National Education Blueprint 2006 - 2010
    • 9. Foundation of Development Foundation Thrust of Education Development Approaches NEB Strategic Thursts Critical Factors Aim
      • National Mission
      • National Development Policies
      • National Education Policy
      • Islam Hadhari
      • National Integrity Plan
      • Access
      • Equity
      • Quality
      • Efficiencies and
      • Effectiveness of Education
      • Management
      • Equal opportunity in education
      • Education institution excellence
      • Cooperation and commitment from
      • inside MOE
      • Cooperation and commitment from
      • outside MOE
      • Educational access system
      • Supervision and evaluation
      • system
      • Nation building
      • Developing Human Capital
      • Strengthening national school
      • Bridging the education gap
      • Improving the teaching
      • profession
      • Accelerating excellence at
      • educational institutions
      Qualities education for all Framework of National Education Blueprint 2006 -2010
    • 10. NEB Approaches
      • 2 main approaches:
      • Ensure access to an education and equal competition among students; and
      • Develop school full potential in excellence cluster for the teachers and students be able to enhance education system and reputation in the global
    • 11. NEB STRATEGIC THRUSTS
    • 12. Nation Building
      • Focusing to build Malaysian nation for strengthening the unity, develop national identity and patriotism also developing human resources based on country needs.
    • 13. Developing Human Capital
      • Focusing to developing human capital with high knowledge and skills, appreciates values, at the same time, be able to increase knowledge, skills, competence, practices moral values, positive attitudes and finally discipline among.
    • 14. Strengthening National School
      • Focuses for making national schools the school of choice whereas, unity could be develop among nation by their early age in the school without restriction control to others ethnic.
    • 15. Bridging Education Gap
      • Focusing to bridge the rural-urban gap in education, social economic level and to increase access, equity, and quality by providing adequate educational infrastructure and facilities to ensure students had an opportunities for excellence.
    • 16. Improving the Teaching Profession
      • Focusing to provide more qualified and trained teachers to school, also promoted national educational system for prolong.
    • 17. Accelerating Excellence at Educational Institutions
      • Focusing to accelerate excellence at educational institutions by create excellence cluster according to specific areas ( niche area). The school that had been chosen from this cluster become a benchmark and showcase at international level in term of effort to develop high quality educational system and world class
    • 18.  
    • 19.
      • “ Modal insan yang berkualiti adalah satu kemestian, bukan lagi satu kemewahan ... Kerajaan dan rakyat harus bersama-sama mempunyai tanggungjawab yang perlu dilaksanakan dengan penuh komitmen ...
      • Pendidikan dan latihan kemahiran berkualiti yang berterusan juga akan memastikan modal insan negara kekal relevan dengan kehendak industri dan pasaran semasa serta mampu berdepan dengan cabaran dan suasana persaingan antarabangsa yang kian meningkat.”
      • YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
      • (Perutusan Hari Pekerja, 1 Mei 2006)
    • 20. Developing Human Capital
    • 21. Developing Human Capital Policy Developing Human Capital with knowledge and skills, and also appreciate values. Aim Establishing spirit to gain knowledge, skills and competence, practices moral values, positive attitudes and also develop self discipline among Suitable with roles of National Education Philospohy, to develop individual itself and individual in their
    • 22. Objective
      • To ensure the nation had a knowledge and skillful for use as ’resource’ in variety of workforce areas.
      • Developing Human Capital that had own principles in their life, patriotism and tolerance.
    • 23. CHARACTERISTIC OF QUALITY HUMAN CAPITAL
    • 24. MORALIZE BALANCE IN P.E.SP.I.S BELIEVE AND OBIDIENT TO GOD KNOWLEDGABLE IDEAL PERSONALITY THINK CREATIVELY AND RATIONALE DIGNIFIED BEHAVIOR AIM OF NEP: 1. TO PRODUCE INDIVIDUALS THAT:
    • 25. LOYAL TO THE COUNTRY APPLY GOOD RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN BEING CULTIVATING UNITY IN COMMUNITY BE ABLE TO CONTRIBUTED FOR COUNTRY PROSPERITY 2. TO PRODUCE COMMUNITY MEMBERS THAT:
    • 26. DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL 9. Increasing cooperation between MOE and related agencies 1. Provide variety of choice in education for students 2. Enhancing ability and transferability of knowledge 3. Enhancing students skills and personality 4. Advancing assessment and evaluation system for more holistic 5. Strengthen sport and co curricular programs 6. Towering students discipline 8. Strengthen the curriculum 7. Enhancing leadership of principle / headmaster and teachers qualities 9 FOCUS OF DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL
    • 27. Enhancing students skills and personality Advancing assessment and evaluation system for more holistic 1 2 3 4 Provide variety of choice in education for students Enhancing ability and transferability of knowledge DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL FOCUS
      • Impact
      • Good personality and moralize.
      • Communicate effectively
      Impact Contribute data and information about students
      • Impact
      • Expert students in ICT and has ( marketable) characteristic
      • Creative, innovative and high level of thinking.
      • Impact
      • Opportunities for individual to explore their own self abilities and excellence
      • Human capital that skillful in wide area.
    • 28.
      • Impact
      • Discipline and moralize, obey rules, integrity, responsibility, and committed.
      • Zero high disciplinary conduct
      5
      • Impact
      • Patriotism and unity
      • Healthy life style
      • Discipline
      6
      • Impact
      • Excellence school in academic, extra curricular, sport and moral.
      • School community that loves their school.
      7 8 Strengthen sport and co curricular programs Towering students discipline DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL FOCUS Enhancing leadership of principle / headmaster and teachers qualities
    • 29. DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL FOCUS 9
      • Impact
      • Network cooperation with agencies
      • Active participation from responsible party for education agenda
      Increasing cooperation between MOE and related agencies
    • 30. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES
      • Continuing to provide vary type of schools, stream, subjects and majoring area;
      • Increasing allocation grant for government school and government aided.
      • Continuing registration of Community Religious School (SAR) and State Religious School (SAN).
      • Widening and enhancing the implementation of Vocational Subject (MPV) in schools.
      Focus 1: Provide variety of choice in education for students
    • 31. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES Focus 2: Enhancing ability and transferability of knowledge
      • Reviewing of KBSR and KBSM and ensure the focus is on higher order thinking skills;
      • Promoting ’Studying culture’ ;
      • Implementing Smart School prorgam – Providing Access Centre.
      • Smart School program– Providing adequate equipments and infrastructures.
    • 32.
      • Implementing school computerize program.
      • Provide variety of software.
      • Plannning for training and development.
      • Developing continuous maintenance system.
      Cont’ ...
    • 33. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES Focus 3: Enhancing students skills and personality
      • Equipped students with vary type of skills ( hard and soft skills)
      • Promoting students to practices moral values.
      • Ensure the schools focuses on healthy, cleanliness and safety of students.
    • 34. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES Focus 4: Advancing assessment and evaluation system for more holistic
      • Providing alternative assessment .
      • Enhancing current assessment system for more competence.
      • Reviewing of assessment and evaluation system to ensure that the schools are not more based on “examination oriented”.
      • Enhancing assessment and evaluation qualities.
    • 35. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES Focus 5: Strengthen sport and co curricular programs
      • Upgrading of sports and co curricular activities.
      • Enhancing patriotism by ensure ‘Nation Commandment’ was studied and practices from the early age of school.
      • Towering sport in the schools for aim ’ sport for all’.
      • Enhancing implementation of extra curricular activities to attract students participate actively.
    • 36. Cont’..
      • Enhancing teaching program in extra curricular,sport and coaching.
      • Providing adequate equipments and infrastructures for school, extra curricular centre, matriculation college and TTC.
      • Increasing cooperation between MOE with others ministry and sectors.
      • Enhancing sport and extra curricular programs at national level.
    • 37. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES Focus 6: Towering students discipline
      • Enhancing activities and programs by Board committee for Students Disciplinary Problems and 4 others Disciplinary Action Committee.
      • Increasing and enhancing cooperation with related agencies.
      • Increasing and enhancing mechanism of schools disciplinary management and supervision.
    • 38. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES Focus 7: Enhancing leadership of principle / headmaster and teachers qualities
      • Enhancing principle/headmaster leaderships qualities.
      • Increasing teachers qualities.
    • 39. Focus 8: Strengthen the curriculum IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES
      • Continuing an implementation of Islamic and Moral Education subjects, and also Civic Education.
      • Promoting an implementations of activities with vary type of agencies.
    • 40. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES Focus 9: Increasing cooperation between MOE and related agencies
      • Organizing vary type of activities to enhance human capital qualities.
    • 41. KAD LAPORAN
    • 42. Achievement Till Jun 2007 8. Robotic program 1. Providing vary type of education for students. 2. Smart School 3. Assessment System 4. Discipline 5. VS expansion 7. F1 program 6. EL program REPORT CARD ON 30 JUNE 2007
    • 43. Allocation base on types of school MOE provided RM 6.62 bilion (RM 6,618,481,880) for primary school and RM 7.48 billion (RM 7,437,715,490) for secondary school in 2007. Grant divide based on school requirement.
    • 44. Registrations of PRS and SRS Registration target 100% (383) PRS and SRS towards 2010. Number of registered PRS & SRS till 2006 were 119 schools Till June 2007,number of PRS & SRS registered were 205 schools.
    • 45. Smart School Program Students from year 1 to year 3 in PS and form 1 to 2 in SS were exposed to ICT at school that equiped with computer laboratory. ICT subject in Form 4 and 5 were expanded and offer to 100 schools in 2006. In June 2007, its increased to 50 more schools. PERATUS
    • 46. Provision of ICT infrastructures Till June 2007, 3025 schools equiped and operate more than targeted 3000 schools that planned under RM Ke-9. 47 smart schools were successfully upgraded in 2007 and till June, 60% upgrading work in progress. 734 computer lab were successfully developed in 2006. TillJune 2007, 87% from 845 computer lab that planned to develop in 2007 were completed. Till Jun 2007, an efforts to achieve 1:20 ration was succecced. Till Jun 2007, 30% ETeMs software for Form 5 was completed, whereas 60% digital software for smart school was developed. Peratus
    • 47. ICT training for teachers 12 305 of teachers were attended Basic computer course And till June 2007, 70% from 11 172 were completed the course. For computer in T & L, 98.4% from 40 000 teachers were completed the course. Till June 2007, 98% from 13 325 teachers were attended the course
    • 48. School Administrator ICT Course In 2006, 4 courses were organized and 100 planned for 2007. On June 2007, 90% from the courses were completed. 100% from 23 Leaderships and Administration courses were organized in2006. On June 2007, 58% from 46 courses were completed.
    • 49. Assessment and Evaluation System Alternative assessment concept that suggested in 2008 was on 40% of preparation. MEB as responsible agency was also developed Key-Stage evaluation that 60% of preparation. On June 2007, 60% of Criterion Reference Test was developed.
    • 50. Supervision of Disciplinary Problems Formation of Disciplinary Handling Committee and 4 Disciplinary Action Committee are responsible to counter discipline problems in or outside schools area. Disciplinary cases decrease from 2.27 % in 2006 to 2.10% on 2007. Students involvement in crime decrease from 0.03% in 2006 to 0.02% till June 2007. MOE aim to reduce till 1.50% on 2010 bagi disciplinary problems and 0.01% for crime cases that involved students.
    • 51. Increasing cooperation between MOE and related agencies In 2006, committee was formed in all level of MOE involved SED, DED and school. This efforts was continous on 2007 and till June 2007, Special Task Force Team for handling absent problems formed in 56 % of in 2006 . Its increased to 70% in 2007, 80% in 2008 and then 100% on 2009 and 2010. On June 2007, 90% from 300 teachers attended Law Literation Course
    • 52. VS Expansion VS was introduced in 2002 with 8 VS were offered to 556 schools by a capacity of 746 workshop. In 2006, 67 schools at urban and 49 schools at rural area were selected to offer choices from 22 VS. In 2007, 63 schools at urban and 60 at rural area selected for implemented VS. On June 2007, 94% (59) at urban and 88% (53) rural area implemented VS.
    • 53. An offer for 22 VS were based on number of teachers avaiable and space availability for construct the workshop that related to VS. 100% VS offered in 2007 were in progress at 100% schools that offered it.
    • 54. English Language Program The Teaching of Speaking Launch in 2007. 2006 - 2 orientation program The Teaching of Speaking for teachers was organized. Till June 2007, 40% (2 course) from 5 orientation course were completed. English Language Reading Resources Book and English Language Extensive Reading Publication. 100% of the draft for each materials completed in 2006 Till June 2007, 50% of these materials in the process of quality control before deliver to the schools in 2008. Publication of English Language Teaching Courseware for Year 5 and Form 5 Till June 2007, 54.6% (6 publication) were published from 9 publication that planned for that year. Teaching Courseware course was organized for facilitators from SED. Till June 2007, 75% courses were completed.
    • 55. Co Curricular through F1 In Schools & Robotic These programs were attract and demanding by many schools. F1 international achievement: 4th placing overall and ’fastest car in the world’ in 2006. 3rd placing overall and ’Best Sportsmanship’ awards in 2007 Robotic Prorgam: Bronze medalist and 2 excellence awards in 2006.
    • 56. Conclusion
      • Strong human capital attracts and encourages economic growth, not the other way around.
      • An educated population also leaves an enduring effect economically with a larger tax base and socially through increased political involvement.
      • An achievement of National mission and Vision 2020 are influence by human capital that produce by the national education system.
    • 57.