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    • Problem Base Learning (PBL) The Malaysian Smart School (MSS) Group members : SAKINAH BT. AHMAD SUKERI D20091034876 NORHAYATI BT. KHALID D20091034870 Mohd helmee bin husin d20091034828
      • What are the component of the smart school concept?
    •  
    • Components of a Smart School 1)Teaching and Learning 2)Management and Administration 3)People, Skills and Responsibilities 4) Processes 5)Technology 6)Policies
    • 1)Teaching and learning materials
      • Teaching-Learning Materials Interactive courseware and printed materials for Mathematics, Science, English and Bahasa Melayu that enables students to practice self-paced, self-accessed and self-directed learning.
    • Teaching and learning Curriculum Pedagogy Materials Assessment Teaching and Learning
      • help students achieve overall and
      • balanced developmenti ntegrate knowledge, skills, values, and correct use
      • of language
      • allows for appropriate mix of learning strategies to ensure mastery of basic competencies and promotion of
      • holistic development.
      • cognitively challenging and
      • motivating by combining the best of network-based,
      • teacher-based, and courseware materials
      • designed to give accurate feedback of
      • students’ readiness, progress, achievement and aptitude
    • 2. Management and Administration
      • which represents the driver or the “brain” of the Smart School, is computerised.
      • Management software helps the Smart School principals and headmasters to manage more efficiently and effectively the resources and processes required to support the teaching-learning functions.
    • The 9 primary functions of Smart School management
      • School governance
      • Student affairs
      • Educational resources
      • External resources
      • Finance
      • Facilities
      • Human resources
      • Security
      • Technology
    • 3. People, Skills and Responsibilities
      • .
      • Stakeholders involved in the implementation of Smart Schools will be equipped with specific skills and requisite knowledge base to enable them to play their roles effectively.
    • 4. Processes
      • The Smart School processes are viewed as a system.
      • These processes have been and will continuously be studied reviewed carefully to ensure that the system provides accurate
      • and functional input to produce the desired output .
    • 5. Technology Technology is used as an enabler for Smart School practices in teaching-learning, management, and communications with external constituencies
    • 6. Policies To ensure the successful implementation of the Smart School, changes in existing policies and regulations, as well as the formulation of new policies and regulations, have to be conducted.
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