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Smart School Concept in Malaysia

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    • WHAT IS SMART SCHOOL?
      SMART SCHOOLS
    • GROUP MEMBERS:
      NATASHA KAUR A/P MINDAR SINGH D20091034839
      AMARPREET KAUR A/P GURNAM SINGH D20091034873
      KRISNAVIMALA A/P KRISHUAN D20091034821
      YAASHINI A/P SELVARAJAH D20091034837
    • INTRODUCTION
      In 1996: the Ministry of Education planned the Smart School concept
      based on critical and creative teaching and learning processes
      • Smart school as 1 of the 7 flagship application of MSC
      • Transform Malaysian education to fulfill vision 2020
      • role of
      teachers,
      administrators
      parents
      community enhanced in the education.
      • a conducive learning environment.
      • various curricula
      on-going evaluation,
      handled by professional administrators and teachers.
      • Uses ICT in education –tools-
    • SMART SCHOOL?
      Uses a technology platform
      Medium for distance learning
      specific teaching expertise are made available
      remote locations including the home
    • Malaysian Smart School
      Main components :
      according to the Smart School Conceptual Blueprint are as follows:
      Teaching-learning processes :“heart”
      Management and Administration: “brain”
      Human Resources, Skills and Responsibilities
      Processes = system
      Technology
      Policies : Implementation
    • 1. Sustained, productivity-driven growth
      Apply technology in education
      Critical thinking
      Full participation in global economy Produce :
      Intellectual
      Spiritually
      Emotionally, and
      Physically - balanced and harmonious individuals
      2. Technology in education
      Transformation of memory-based learning
      Smart schools:
      Creative thinking
      Different learning style- uses technology
      More equitable access
      Exercises great responsibility
      WHY??
    • Prepare children for the Information Age: promote goals of National Philosophy of Education
      Emphasizes
      Intellectual,
      Emotional,
      Spiritual, and
      Physical growth
      Provide all-round development
      Broad curriculum – electives n vertically integrated
      Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary
      SMART SCHOOL CONCEPT:
    • Provide opportunities to enhance individual strengths and abilities
      Creative thinking
      Values application
      Language
      Produce a thinking and technology-literate work force
      Critical thinking
      Creativity in curriculum
      Apply technology effectively in teaching and learning
    • Democratized education
      Equal opportunities and accommodating learning
      Abilities
      Styles
      Processes
      Increase the participation of stakeholders
      Awareness of roles and responsibilities
      Skills development
    • Teaching And Learning Environment
      Comprises four areas:
      Curriculum
      to help students achieve overall and balanced development
      Pedagogy
      appropriate mix of learning strategies
      ensure mastery of basic competencies
      promotion of holistic development
    • 3. Assessment
      • Integration of technology
      Facilitate assessment –
      Classroom assessment
      School-based assessment
      Centralized assessment
      4. Teaching and learning materials
      challenging and motivating
      combining the best of
      Network-based,
      Teacher-based
      Courseware materials
    • Teaching-Learning materials
      Curricular and instructional needs
      Cosmetic adequacy
      Graphic, video, animation etc.
      Instruction adequacy
      Technical
      Curriculum
      Cost effectiveness
    • 2. Conventional media
      Printed (paper based)
      Books, encyclopedia, maps, magazine, etc.
      3D objects
      Models, globes, etc.
      Audio/ visual
      Microfilms, slides, radio, audio tapes, etc.