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    • TBC 3023 : INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN BIOLOGY ASSIGNMENT 1 : CONTENT ANALYSIS – PBL MALAYSIAN SMART SCHOOL
    • GROUP MEMBERS D20091034874 NOR IZZAH BT IBRAHIM D20091034847 NORAZLIN BT SALAHUDIN ABD AZIZ D20091034862 NURUL SYUHADA BT ISHAK D20091034868 NUR ILIYANA BT SHAFEAI
    • FILA CHART
    • - Discussion - Search the internet
      • What are the type of ICT applocation used in Smart School ?
      • What are the criteria for teacher and students to be in Smart School ?
      • What are disadvantages or advantages of Smart School ?
      • What are the other MSC’s flagship ?
      • Smart school has higher application of ICT and have well known equipment and infrastructure
      • Students from Smart School should be ICT literate.
      • Most school upgrade to Smart School.
      • One of the flagship applications
      • Capitalise on the presence of leading-edge technologies
      • Creating a group of 90 pilot Smart School in 1999
      • All primary and secondary school in Malaysia will be Smart School by 2010
      ACTIONS LEARNING ISSUES IDEAS FACTS
    • - Why is it the Smart School being introduced ? - How is ICT is being applied or integrated in the Smart School ? - What is the Smart School concept ? - What is the component of Smart School ? ACTIONS LEARNING ISSUES IDEAS FACTS
    • LEARNING ISSUES WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF ICT APPLICATION USED IN THE SMART SCHOOL ?
    • TYPES OF ICT APPLICATION IN SMART SCHOOL OVERHEAD PROJECTOR ICT LAB SMART BOARD SCHOOL LEVEL TECHNOLOGY WiFi
    • OVERHEAD PROJECTOR
      • How to used it ??
      • - Teaching materials can be pre-printed on plastic sheets
      • - Can directly write using a non-permanent, washable color marking pen.
      • - Tpically placed at a comfortable writing height for the educator
      • Advantages :
      • - Better communication between teacher and student.
      • - Saves time
      • - Comfortable to use in teaching
      • - The tranparencies are easily restored to their original unused state
    • ICT LAB
      • Each lab has 30 computer workstations linked to the school's network
      • - giving a 1:1 ratio student to computer.
      • Students are encourage to use the Internet and communication technology
      • - to facilitate the learning process
    • SMART BOARD
      • An interactive whiteboard that uses touch detection
      • A projector is used to display a computer’s video output
      • - act as a large touch screen
      • Comes with 4 digital pens
      • -use digital ink and replace traditional whiteboard markers
      • Classroom use :
      • - Teachers can record each step of a lesson for students to review
      • - The flexibility of use in the classroom
      • * Teachers can display information in
      • interactive text, images, sound and video
      • files
      • - Effective to use in class
      • - Decreasing teacher stress
    • WiFi
      • In a Wi-Fi network, computers with wifi network cards connect wirelessly to awireless route
      • The router is connected to the Internet by means of a modem, typically a cable or DSL modem
      • Wifi networks can either be "open", such that anyone can use them, or "closed", in which case a password is needed
      • An area blanketed in wireless access is often called a  wireless hotspot  
    • SCHOOL LEVEL TECHNOLOGY
      • Classrooms with :
      • - multimedia courseware
      • - presentation facilities
      • - e-mail or groupware for collaborative work
      • Library / Media Centre :
      • - with a database centre for multimedia courseware
      • - network resources like access to the internet
      • Multimedia Development Centre :
      • - with tools for creating multimedia materials
      • - catering to varying levels of sophistication.
      • Teachers’ Room
      • - with on-line access to courseware catalogues and databases, information and resource management systems
      • - professional networking tools, such as e-mail and groupware
      • Administration Offices :
      • - capable of managing databases of student and facilities
      • - Tracking student and teacher performance or resources
      • - distributing notices and other information electronically
      • Server Room :
      • - provide security
      • - access to network resources
      • - equipped to handle applications, management databases, and web servers
    • THANK YOU