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    • UNIVERSITI PENDIDIKAN SULTAN IDRIS PROBLEMS FACED BY SMART SCHOOL PREPARED BY: WONG SIEW CHING D20091034815 MARIA TING MEE SING D20081032208 UMI ABIBAH BT SULAIMAN D20091034811 SITI RAHAYU BT MOHAMED NOOR D20091034855
    • PROBLEMS
    •  Heavy investment on facilities  SS aims to integrate ICT in education so need many high-tech facilities  The costs and maintenance fees for the facilities are high  Lackof manpower in handling the technical problem  Some schools do not have enough technician  If technical problems occur during class, teacher and students have to wait for the technician  Affect the teaching and learning process
    • Smart School courseware was found to be under-utilised  Some teachers are not keen on using the courseware WHY???  They lack ICT knowledge and not comfortable with the use of hardware and courseware  Prefer traditional way of teaching which is chalk and talk  Think that using courseware is a waste of time so they rather pay more attention on parts that are related to exams
    • • Some teachers can’t teach effectively • New teachers lack of intensive training • Experienced teachers lack of ICT knowledge • Still practicing teacher- centered teaching where teachers should be the facilitators and students are active learners
    • • One of the problems SS faced is to design teaching- learning materials that will accommodate students’ differing needs and abilities • Courseware has to be developed for all subjects in the curriculum and to cater for the high fliers, the average and the slow • This courseware must have discrete self-contained packages, interactive, cognitively challenging, with self- assessment and built-in checkpoints for teachers’ inputs • Besides, there is a need to make available rapid and sustainable supply of courseware in the next year or two, and to have these constantly replenished and updated