Component of smart school conceptPresentation Transcript
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
allows for appropriate mix of learning strategies to ensure mastery of basic competencies and promotion of
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
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.
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.