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Smart School Presentation
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Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
Smart School Presentation
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Smart School Presentation
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Smart School Presentation
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  • 1. SSI3013 - Information AndCommunication Technology In Science Title: Smart School Lecturer : Encik Azmi bin Ibrahim Group Member Matric Number CHONG MUI PHIN D20101037437 LEE SU SENG D20101039446 ANITA BONG YUNG LI D20101037461
  • 2. Introduction• Malaysia government identified ICT as one of the key foundations to fulfill the vision 2020.• Serves as catalyst for the transformation.
  • 3. Multimedia Super Corridor Initiative
  • 4. History of Smart School 1997 Smart 1996 School concept launched. created
  • 5. Vision 2020Nine Challenges transition from a production-based economy to a knowledge- based economy
  • 6. ICT Application In Smart School Enough Wifi Service ICT LabInteractive Computer ProjectorsWhiteboard
  • 7. Six Teaching and LearningComponents in Smart School
  • 8. Teaching-Learning Processes Teaching Curriculum learning materials Assessments Pedagogy
  • 9. Management and Administration• School Governance• Student Affairs• Educational Resources• External Resources• Finance• Facilities• Human Resources• Security• Technology
  • 10. Technology• implements ICT in teaching and learning process.  pre teaching and learning during teaching and learning post teaching and learning• management system in Smart school
  • 11. Policies• Take consideration of:  Goals of smart school  Features of smart school  Existing of policies and regulations in education• Formulate new policies• Monitored the policies from time to time
  • 12. Overview Progress
  • 13. Expenses ChallengesTeachers Students
  • 14. TeachersUnskillful Skillfulness
  • 15. Unskillful teacher
  • 16. “Chalk and Talk”
  • 17. Handwriting NotesText Books
  • 18. Skillfulness teacher
  • 19. Students
  • 20. Non smart smart school school
  • 21. Non Smart school studentsSmart school students
  • 22. Insufficient amount of computers in Smart School
  • 23. Expenses
  • 24. Outsources technician
  • 25. Conclusion• Ict mediated education throws up immense challenges & difficulties. Local sector International Private inventors sector Smart school
  • 26. Thanks For Listening

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