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    • SSI 3013: INFORMATION ANDCOMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN SCIENCE. NO. NAMES MATRIC NO. 1. MUHAMAD SHAHRI B AB GHANI D20101037443 2. NUR AFFIRA BT MOHD NOOR D20101037486 3. ROSMIZA BT ZAINAL ABIDIN D20101037480
    • INTRODUCTION • Learning institution that has been systematicallyDefinition reinvented in terms of teaching&learning practices and school management in order to prepare children for the Information Age.
    • The Malaysian Smart Schoolhas the following qualities:• A philosophy that says all students can learn if taught.• A broad curriculum that considers the different capabilities and needs of all students.• A school climate that is conducive to learning• An on-going assessment that supports good instruction• Strong and professional principals and teachers• A high level of parent and community involvement and support
    • Produce a thinking and technology- literate workforce Provide opportunities to Democratise enhance individual education strength and abilities Smart Increase Provide all-roundparticipation of School development of stakeholders Initiative the individual
    • Teaching Learning Components In Smart Schools Teaching- learning process Management and Policies administration Teaching- Learning Components Human Technology resources, skills and responsibilities Processes
    • • The processes are relating to curriculum, Teaching- pedagogy, assessments, and teaching-learning process learning materials. Management • Helps the principals and headmasters to manage resources and processes and required for teaching-learning in school Administration more efficiently. • Provide equal opportunities for all students with different needs and Human Resources, capabilities which it involves the Skills and development of the main stakeholders. Responsibilities The main stakeholders will include teachers, principals, staff, parents and the community.
    • • These processes have been and will Processes continuously be studied reviewed carefully to ensure that the system provides accurate and functional input to produce the desired output. • Technology is used as an enabler for Smart School practices in teaching-learning,Technology management, and communications with external constituencies. • To ensure the successful implementation of the Smart School, changes in existing policies and Policies regulations, as well as the formulation of new policies and regulations, have to be conducted.
    • • Every computer shall • Tools that facilitate • Communication with have access to the group work within the outside constituencies latest educational class and across using technology such materials available classes as video conferencing, locally, as well as to e-mail, video on external resources demand, broadcastSelf- Collaborative DistanceExploratory Learning LearningLearning • Tools to search, collect and collate information Research, Reference, and Data Collection
    • Information Technology Implications of the Smart School Management System1) School Governance• Using computer communication such as video conferencing, to link the school to the Ministry of Education for administration and policy implementation purposes.2) Educational Resources• Using computer communication to link the school’s databases to central resource databases to regulate and organise educational resources.3) External Resources• Using computer communication to link the school to external constituencies like network resources.4) Facilities• Using computer communication to link the school’s databases to plan facility scheduling, maintenance and inventory.
    • EducationalSchool Governance Resources ImplicationsExternal Resources Facilities
    • InterpretivePrint skill skillVisual and Expressiveaural skill skill Technological skill
    • Inadequatewell-trained teacher
    • conclusion• There are pro and contra in smart school • 4 wave of smart school