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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. To produce thinking and technology – literate workforce
    • Can think critically, encouraging thought and creativity across the curriculum and applying technology effectively in teaching and learning.
  • 4. To democratizes education
    • Offering equal access to learning opportunities and accommodating differing learning abilities, styles and paces.
  • 5. To increase participation of stakeholder
    • Seeking more active participation by parent and wider community.
    • Creating awareness of their roles and responsibilities and developing the skill they need for that.
  • 6. To provide all round of the individual
    • Offering a broad curriculum for all with elective that is vertically integrated multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary.
  • 7. To provide opportunities to enhance individual strength and abilities
    • Caters to individual abilities and learning style.
    • Exercise greater responsibilities for their own education.
  • 8. Glossary
  • 9. CONCLUSION
    • Transforming the educational system will entail changing the culture and practices of Malaysia’s primary and secondary schools, moving away from memory-based learning designed for the average student to an education that stimulates thinking, creativity, and caring in all students, caters to individual abilities and learning styles, and is based on more equitable access.
  • 10. THANK YOU

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