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  1. 1. Group members: SHARIFAH ROQAIYAH D20091034851 NGANG HUEY CHI D20091034861 YEE HON KIT D20091034822 YEE CHIN TIEN D20091034824 Problem Base Learning (PBL) The Malaysian Smart School (MSS)
  2. 2. What is the Smart School concept and components ? ? ?
  3. 3. SMART SCHOOLS IN MALAYSIA: A Quantum Leap Students as Active Learners Teachers as Facilitators of Learning Administrators as Effective Managers KEY PLAYERS .SMART SCHOOLS
  4. 4. Definition of the Malaysian Smart School: “The Malaysian Smart School is a learning institution that has been systemically reinvented in terms of teaching-learning practices and school management in order to prepare children for the Information Age.”
  5. 5. The Malaysian Smart School has the following qualities: 1. a philosophy that says all students can learn if taught, coupled with high expectations for all students 2. a broad curriculum that considers the different capabilities and needs of all students 3. a school climate that is conducive to learning 4. an on-going assessment that supports good instruction 5. strong and professional principals and teachers 6. a high level of parent and community involvement and support
  6. 6. Conceptual Model • The Malaysian Smart School is a learning institution that has been systemically reinvented in terms of teaching- learning practices and school management in order to prepare children for the Information Age. • A Smart School will evolve over time, continuously developing its professional staff, its educational resources, and its administrative capabilities. This will allow the school to adapt to changing conditions, while continuing to prepare students for life in the Information Age. • To function effectively, the Smart School will require appropriately skilled staff, and well-designed supporting processes.
  7. 7. The Smart School initiative has five main goals which focus on the need to develop a skilled work force for the Information Age and to promote the goals of the National Philosophy of Education: Goals Democratise education Produce a thinking and technology- literate workforce Provide all-round development of the individual Provide opportunities to enhance individual strengths and abilities Increase participation of stakeholders
  8. 8. Preparing students for the Information Age depends on an integrated strategy: 1. Provide all-round development with provision for individual abilities, offering a broad curriculum for all, with electives, that is vertically integrated, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary. Notes: 1. The curriculum will reflect horizontal integration which features multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches. 2. A multidisciplinary approach is one in which two or three subject areas are combined in a single learning area that focuses on a theme, issue, problem, topic, or concept. 3. An interdisciplinary approach combines all subject areas to focus the full array of disciplines on a theme, issue, problem, topic, or concept.
  9. 9. Preparing students for the Information Age depends on an integrated strategy: 2. Emphasise intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and physical growth, concentrating on thinking, developing and applying values, and using correct language across the curriculum. Notes: 1. Communication: Effective oral and written communication in Malay. English as a second language. Emphasise multiple languages, interpersonal skills and networking. 2. Cognitive: Focus on acquiring knowledge. Focus on searching, generating, and using knowledge with an emphasis on problem-solving and creativity. 3. Emotional: Instil moral and religious values. Emphasise adaptability, team-player characteristics, emotional balance and emotional intelligence. 4. Physical: Instil social responsibility and consciousness of health and environmental issues. Emphasise a global orientation and inculcate work place skills and attitudes.
  10. 10. Preparing students for the Information Age depends on an integrated strategy: 3. Produce a technologically literate work force that can think critically, encouraging thought and creativity across the curriculum and applying technology effectively in teaching and learning. Notes: IT Literacy is the ability to use IT tools and IT sources to: 1. collect, analyse, process and present information 2. support meaningful learning in a variety of contexts 3. prepare for working life
  11. 11. Preparing students for the Information Age depends on an integrated strategy: 4. Democratise education, offering equal access to learning opportunities and accommodating differing learning abilities, styles, and paces. Notes: 1. Intended learning outcomes explicitly stated for different levels of abilities, ensuring all students gain equal access to quality learning, and allowing for self-paced learning across grades. 2. The curriculum will reflect vertical integration to allow high fliers to ‘surf’ through their schooling years, without being kept apart from their peers, in virtual express classes.
  12. 12. Preparing students for the Information Age depends on an integrated strategy: 5. Increase the participation of stakeholders, creating awareness of their roles and responsibilities and developing the skills they need for that.

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