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  • 1. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN SCIENCES MR.AZMI IBRAHIMNAME MATRIC NUMBERNORHAFIZA HARON D20101037425NOR FARIHA ABU BAKAR D20101037427AINI MOHAMAD D20101037431
  • 2. SMART SCHOOL
  • 3. INTRODUCTION• A learning institution that has been systematically reinvented in term of teaching- learning practices and school management in order to prepare children for the Information Age.
  • 4. SMART SCHOOL OBJECTIVES Development of Create opportunities toindividual (intellectual, Democratizing enhance individual physical, emotional, education strengths and abilities and spiritual) Produce a thinking and Increasing involvement technology literate of stakeholders workforce
  • 5. Smart Schools Initiatives, Focusing On The Teaching And Learning Component
  • 6. Smart Schools Curriculum- Achieve the goals of National Philosophy of Education- Achieve overall and balanced development- integrating of knowledge, skills, values and correct use of language across the curriculum
  • 7. Pedagogy- Appropriate mix of learning strategies to ensure mastery of basic competencies and promotion of holistic development- Process- Modes- Tasks- Establish a culture for learning
  • 8. Teaching-Learning Materials- to fully support the new teaching- learning strategies - cost effective, - cosmetically - technically adequate
  • 9. Assessment- Readiness- Progress- Aptitude- Integration of technology as a tool to facilitate assessment- Will be conducted in various forms - classroom assessment - school based assessment - centralized assessment
  • 10. Technology Enablers• Technology alone will not make Smart School.• Improve: Teaching-learning strategies, management, administrative process, capable, well-trained personnel.• Purpose: To make lesson more interesting, relevant, and meaningful.• Classrooms, library/media center, computer laboratory.
  • 11. Progress• The milestone for the Smart School Flagship has 4 waves: – Wave 1(The Pilot)(1999-2002) – Wave 2(The Post-Pilot)(2002-2005) – Wave 3(Making All School Smart)(2005-2010) – Wave 4(Consolidate and Stabilise)(2010-2020)• Smart School implementation comprises two phases: – Pilot Project phase – Broad roll-out phase
  • 12. • 87 pilot schools involved in Pilot Project phase which tested 3 models of technology.• Broad roll-out phase, the government of Malaysia is expected to play the role of architect and driver for the Smart School project in the ways to: – Prepare the guidelines and provide the basic amenities to schools according to their individual needs. – Actively encourage all school to become Smart School on their own initiatives by using their own financial resources and expertise.
  • 13. • The Pilot Project tested the Smart School Integrated Solution(SSIS) via a few components.• When the Pilot Project was successfully concluded in 2002, a consortium of evaluators made up of experts from the local universities was commissioned by the MoE/MDeC partners to conduct an evaluation of the project.• This evaluation works began in April 2003 and report of finding was published in 2004.
  • 14. PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES SINCE OF INCEPTION OF SMART SCHOOLS IN MALAYSIA
  • 15. Teacher Multimediatraining infrastructure Material Learners attitude Administrator’s role
  • 16. Teacher training Intensive training and counseling to assist teacher adapt with new environment. The training must have focus considerable attention to change mindset of teachers.Involves such as renovate training programs, significant additional infrastructure and mobilization of expertise: local and foreign.Now, teachers will be instrumental in creating conditions that will promote self-directed learning.
  • 17. Multimedia infrastructure..The hardware and software: demand a heavy investment on it.Required the creation of interlinked national and local databases and resource centre. Successful planning, installation and maintenance required a radical change in approach. Required funding: new schools with all it’s multimedia infrastructure, maintenance, upgrading facilities.
  • 18. Too • Fully hoping to passive teachers Must • Determine the play direction of their learning by active participate of the role activities • Nurture skills ofTransition to creative problem- global solvingenvironment • Learn to make a right decisions
  • 19. Developed for all subjects in curriculum Sustainable supplyfor future: constantly Provide for replenished and higher fliers: updated average and slow learners. MATERIALS
  • 20. ADMINISTRATOR’S ROLE AS EFFECTIVE MANAGER Networking The school Improve facilitate managementefficiency and involvement of parents and must be access to all community computerized concerned :effective partners and on-line
  • 21. CONCLUSION This Smart School initiative can revolutionize learning beyond our grasp today. Ensuring the successfulimplementation of the Smart Schools will required a long-term implementation plan which set theperformance target that will be to met by the major players.

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