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  • 1. ICT IN SCIENCE ( SSI 3013 )SMART SCHOOLS IN MALAYSIA
  • 2. GROUP MEMBERS NIK SYARIHAH NIK MUHAMAD ZIN D20101037454 NURUL SYUHADAH BINTI ABDUL HALIM D20101037468 ROS SALIMA BT M ROS D20101037483
  • 3. INTRODUCTION School system more relevant Flagship application of MSC Fulfill vision of 2020
  • 4. Increase Provide all- participation round development of of individual stakeholders MAIN GOALS Democratize Provide educationopportunities Thinking and technology- literate workforce
  • 5. TEACHING AND LEARNING COMPONENTS Curriculum Pedagogy Teaching- Assessment learning Material
  • 6. CURRICULUMCharacteristics• design to help student achieve overall and balanced development• integration of knowledge, skills, values and correct usage of languageBenefits• students educated with critical and creative thinking skills• promote holistic learning• allow students to progress at their own pace
  • 7. PEDAGOGY • mix of strategies to ensure mastery of basic competenciesCharacteristics • promote holistic development • allow for individual differences in learning styles • learning becomes more interesting • mind, spirit and body involve in Benefits learning process • basic skills to prepare students for greater challenges
  • 8. ASSESSMENT Characteristics Benefits• holistic • assure quality• element-based • provide accurate• criterion-referenced picture of student’s• learner-centered achievement• on-line• conducted in various form• multiple approaches and instruments• on-going
  • 9. TEACHING-LEARNING MATERIALSCharacteristics Benefits • meets • accommodate curricular and students’ instructional different needs needs and abilities • cognitively • students take challenging responsibility • combine the on their own best network- learning based, teacher- based and courseware materials
  • 10. TECHNOLOGY ENABLERSmart school Technicalpractices requirement• teaching and learning • sample application• management system • network requirement• external constituencies
  • 11. OVERVIEW PROGRESS OF SMART SCHOOLAs part of Malaysia Vision 2020 plan, the evolutionof the public education system is the one of the key factors that is transforming the nation to be fully developed
  • 12. THE PROGRESS • Pilot Phase (1999 – 2002) • 88 school nationwide were selectedWave 1 • Post – Pilot (2003 – 2005) • Massive computerization phase to all 10, 000 schoolsWave 2 • computer lab, PPSMI, SchoolNet, Coursewares, E-materials • Making All School Smart (2005 – 2010) • Leveraging all ICT initiativesWave 3 • Qualification Standards – SSQS : WebTV and Access Centre • Consolidation & Stabilize (2010 – 2020)Wave 4 • Innovating practices using ICT
  • 13. THE PILOT PROJECT PILOT PROJECT OF 88 SMART SCHOOLS ENDS IN DECEMBER 2002 (LEVEL A:6 , LEVEL B+:2 , LEVEL B:80) Teacher and principal trained in use of smart Data centre MoE school applicationA smart school Inculcating ICT inmanagement system with Teaching and9 modules of major school Learningfunction ICT infrastructure and system as an enabler for quality of teaching & Coursewares Support learning and printed materials services- HelpDesk
  • 14. MAKING ALL SCHOOL SMARTTo produce a knowledge society that is critical, creative andinnovative• To produce technology savvy individuals for the information ageTo bridge the digital divide• To cultivate life-long learning based on ICT
  • 15. CONSOLIDATION AND SUSTAINABILITY • Changing the • Meticulous • “ when the goingchallenges success Continuous effort mindset and planning and gets tough, the beliefs of monitoring tough gets going” teachers • Rigorous training • Molding our and upgrading of children into teachers and information school • Coordinated seekers who are administrators concerted effort ICT savvy yet • Enhancement of of all with strong moral information skateholders to values literacy among ensure success • Instilling school leavers ownership of the • Formulation of making school smart smart initiatives partnerships among the skateholders
  • 16. Students Limitationpassive infrastructures CHANGELLES Lack of Lack of technicalICT skills staff
  • 17. CONCLUSION Ministry of Education officers principa l Teacher s and staffs parents

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