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  • 1. Information and Communication Technology in science SSI 3013 MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOLNAME MATRIC NUMBERDARVINA LIM CHOO KHENG D20101037508DAYANG SUFINAH BINTI DATU TENG D20101037517VIVIANA VELENTHIA MICHEAL D20101037453
  • 2. Introduction
  • 3. What is smart school?Learning Reinvented ininstitutions that terms of teaching Interconnected with otherare reconstructed and learning schools andto fit the globally practice and national schoolevolving world of authorities by managementinformation and securedtechnology networks Equipped with technology and good facilities
  • 4. Smart School Initiative• Produce a thinking technology-literate work force• Provide all round development of the individual• Provide opportunities to enhance individual strengths and abilities• Increase participation of stakeholders• Democratize education
  • 5. Teaching And Learning Component
  • 6. Teaching And Learning Componentconsidered from point of1. Curriculum2. Pedagogy3. Assessment4. Teaching And Learning Materials
  • 7. Curriculum
  • 8. Pedagogy●Appropriate mix of learning strategies to ensure mastery of basic competencies and promotion of holistic development # Encouragement of learning activities to promote creativity and experimentation with content-independent subjects while maintaining sufficient rigour in content dependent subjects # Overall, trend towards student-centre learning activities with increase in age and maturity● Allowing for individual differences in learning styles to boost performance● The classroom atmosphere is compatible with different teaching-learning strategies
  • 9. Assessment
  • 10. Teaching And Learning Materials
  • 11. Technology enablersTechnology has many roles to play in SmartSchool, from facilitating teaching and learningactivities to assisting with school mightinclude the following:1. Classrooms with multimedia courseware, and presentation facilities, and e-mail or groupware for collaborative work.
  • 12. Implementation Waves
  • 13. Wave 1 – The Pilot (1999 - 2002) PartnershipMoE – Provide educational expertiseTSS – Setting up the infrastructure and developingapplications and teaching-learning solutions to fulfill therequirement and objectives of Smart SchoolsMDC – strategic the position and role in the ICT growth and development process of MSC for build up the partnerships with the industry sector.
  • 14. Wave 2 – The Post-Pilot (2002 - 2005)
  • 15. • Infrastructure and measures such as computer lab, SchoolNet, coursewares, e-material and the Teaching-Learning Science And Mathematics In English (PPSMI), an education policy is conducted to the whole Malaysia’s schools.
  • 16. Wave 3 – Making All Schools Smart (2005 - 2010)• At this wave, the steps of leveraging all ICT initiatives are taken. For examples, EduWebTV and School Access Centre are set up and made full use of them.• Smart School Qualification Standards (SSQS), a monitoring tool is used to measure the utilization of ICT in schools. This SSQS focusing on 4 domains:
  • 17. • SSQS Star Ratings: Advanced Plus (5*) Advanced (4*) Median (3*) Basic Plus (2*) Basic (1*)• In 2010, MoE has awarded ‘Smart School’ rating to 8147 schools. This means they have achieved at least three stars.
  • 18. Wave 4 – Consolidate And Stabilise (2011 - 2020)
  • 19. Catalyst Schools Programme:
  • 20. • Expected to generate the “Mutiplier Effect” to speed up the process of achieving the 5 star ranking by other schools.
  • 21. • The inception of Smart School in Malaysia is a big leap in our local education to achieve our nation Vision 2020.• The continuous effort towards making it’s a big success requires fully involvement of all the stakeholders.

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