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  • 1. INFORMATION $COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (SSI 3013) SMART SCHOOL NURUL EZZATI BT ABU HASAN • D20101037500 NORAZIRAH BINTI MOHD ARIF • D20101037518 NUR IZYAN BINTI RAZALI • D20101037522
  • 2. There Are 4 Waves of The Smart Schools Impemented in Malaysia o Wave 1 (1999-2002) -The implementation on 87 schools in Malaysia o Wave 2 (2002-2005) -Lessons learnt from the pilot o Wave 3 (2005-2010) -Extending the digital transformation to all o Wave 4 (2010-2020)- Technology becomes an integral part of the nation’s learning process
  • 3. Wave 1 (1999-2002)  The ICT-enabled teaching of Science and Mathematics in English (PPSMI) The government’s school computerizationproject at equipping all schools with PC’s and computer lab
  • 4. Wave 2 (2002-2005) Implement teaching more effectively and Implement teaching more effectively and obtain all stakeholders’ to the nationwide obtain all stakeholders’ to the nationwide implementation implementation  Measures to improve the Smart School  Measures System (SSMS) Smart School Management to improve the and schools’ Management to a knowledge and schools’ transition System (SSMS) culture transition to a knowledge culture
  • 5. Wave 3 & 4 (2005 -2020)  2010 : Target 2010 -10,000 Smart Schools in Malaysia  Hence, each schools will have many facilities  Teachers will undergo a programmed ofContinuous Professional Development (CPD)
  • 6. Component of a Smart School 1) Teaching and Learning 2) Management 6) Policies and Administration 3) People Skill 5) Technology and Responsibilities 4) Processes
  • 7. Teaching and Learning Pedagogy TeachingCurriculum and Materials Learning Assessment
  • 8. Key group of stakeholder Teacher Parents Principals Key group of stakeholder Ministry of Support staff Education officers
  • 9. Technology in Smart School OVERHEAD PROJECTOR SCHOOL LEVEL ICT LAB TECHNOLOGY WiFi SMART BOARD
  • 10. Challenges Faced Of Smart School in Malaysia •Teaching should be student-centered 1) Teachers need more training on ICT programs •Teachers should be innovative and use internet as important resources •Limitations to access the network 2) Limitation of •If combination of network and teacher based infrastructure and courseware materials will become more attractive •They hope everything from their teacher 3) Students nowadays are passive •Besides, majority of the parents are not involved in this project.
  • 11. a4) Schools must have enough •To maintain the ICT infrastructure technical expertise or •Supporting teacher in the overall technology technology coordinator •supervise maintenance of all technical equipment •Improving the management of smart school5) Breakdown of electricity supply •due to the inability of the existing system in schools to cope with increase usage of electricity
  • 12. THANK YOU

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