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  • 1. Malaysia
  • 2.
    • is afederal monarchy in Southeast Asia.It consists of thirteen states and three federal territories and has a total landmass of 329,847 square kilometres (127,350 sq mi)Capital: Kuala Lumpur
  • 3. Malaysia
  • 4. Vision:As a leading and global company, we will be the local partner of choice in Malaysia 's dynamic progress.
  • 5. Mission:We are a strong and reliable partner in the electrical engineering and electronics business.Our mission is to continuously optimize our customers' business through our world-class solutions, services and products.We ensure the success of our company by constantly and consistently satisfying our customers, shareholders and employees.
  • 6. MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    Malaysian Smart School is a learning institution that has been systemically reinvented in terms of teaching and learning practices and school management in order to prepare the children for  the Information Age.
    launched in July 1997.
  • 7. MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    • objectives of the Smart School
    • 8. The produce a thinking and technology- literate workforce;
    • 9. To democratize education;
    • 10. To increase participation of stakeholders;
    • 11. To provide all-round development of the individual;
    • 12. To provide opportunities to enhance individual strengths and abilities
  • MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    • desired outcomes of Smart School :
    • 13. :Schools embrace ICT as part of school culture Student shows competency,
    • 14. traitsandefficiency in executing routine tasks using ICT facilities.
    • 15. Teacher demonstrates efficiency in using the teaching and learning materials and other ICT facilities.
    • 16. Administrators are efficient and productive in using the school management system in their administrative tasks.
    • 17. Parents communicate with school using emails, SMS and school websites. PTAs make ICT as one of their main agenda.
  • MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    • benefits of Smart School Project for Malaysia:
    • 18. The Smart School Project equips the future knowledge works with the necessary skills and technology for the Information Age,
    • 19. The Smart School Flagship has helped top spawn   local small medium enterprise (SME),
    • 20. The SMEs build up their capability as they develop local content for the smart school materials,
    • 21. By providing access of ICT to all schools, the digital divide can be narrowed.
  • MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    • 7th April 2006- MDeC has been mandated by the Educator Minister to be the co-driver in uplifting the 88 Smart Schools to become benchmarked and model School.
    • 22.  in year 2009-2010, MDeC�s role has shifted to accelerate the process of making All School Smart, focusing on rural school nationwide.
  • MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    • The 88 pilot Smart School are the reference nucleus for Smart School concepts, materials, skill, and technologies.
    • 23. In 2009, 50 rural school have been identified to be uplifted as benchmarked rural smart school
    • 24. MDeC’smain approach is to establish an implementation model in smart school that can be easily replicated to 10,000 schools.
  • MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    The Smart School has the same curriculum as other national school. All teachers are being trained by MoE.
      However, School that are under MDeC�s programmers receive additional value added development programmer.
    Smart School is not specially built facility. The main difference is the level of integration of ICT in teaching and learning and administration.
    The main Challenges are human and changing the mind set.
  • 25. MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    • The Launching of Smart School Qualification Standards (SSQS)The SSQS was launched on 24th April, 2007 by H.E Minister of Education, Malaysia. This is a collaborative effort between MDeC and Ministry of Education, Malaysia. MSC Malaysia has set the standards for smart school worldwide with the launch of Smart School Qualification Standards (SSQS) in April 2007.
    • 26. the first set of standards introduced:
    To measure ICT utilization and to provide indicators for a smart school
    Increased ICT utilization and benefits reached users.
    To serve as a monitoring tool to gage schools progress in terms of ICT utilization.