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To produce a thinking andtechnology-literate workforce   To democratize education       To increase participation of      ...
Teaching and                             Technology learning material                         Infrastructure   Smart schoo...
Curriculum     pedagogy       Teaching and         learningAssessment      Teaching-                 learning             ...
Curriculum   scope of a subject in educational institutionsThe Smart School curriculum shall be:Meaningful, sociallyrespon...
pedagogy• strategy of teaching and learning• Involve the children’s minds, spirit, and bodies  in the learning process• St...
Assessment                  holisticelement-                           learner-  based                            centered...
teaching-learning material
How ICT is used as enablers in P&P    “Technology alone will not make a school                                     smart” ...
PROGRESS OF SMART SCHOOLS in             MALAYSIA.    Wave 1 – Pilot (1999-2002) –Implementation on    87 schools.        ...
Improvement of ICT                              awareness at schools in                                    rural areaAcade...
TrainingInfrastructure                      SkilledTeachers <- readiness<-                        >Technology>Connectivity...
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  2. 2. To produce a thinking andtechnology-literate workforce To democratize education To increase participation of stakeholders To provide all-round development of the individual To provide opportunities to enhance individual strength and abilities
  3. 3. Teaching and Technology learning material Infrastructure Smart school System Integration Assessment system Professionally Trained TeachersSmart Management Support Service system
  4. 4. Curriculum pedagogy Teaching and learningAssessment Teaching- learning material
  5. 5. Curriculum scope of a subject in educational institutionsThe Smart School curriculum shall be:Meaningful, sociallyresponsible, multicultural, reflective, holistic, global, open-ended, goal-based and technological
  6. 6. pedagogy• strategy of teaching and learning• Involve the children’s minds, spirit, and bodies in the learning process• Student centered• use an appropriate mix of learning strategies
  7. 7. Assessment holisticelement- learner- based centered criterion- on-line referenced assessment
  8. 8. teaching-learning material
  9. 9. How ICT is used as enablers in P&P “Technology alone will not make a school smart” self-exploratory collaborative learningDistance learning also can be convenient by using ICT In research, reference and data collecting, ICT act as a tool to search, collect and collate information
  10. 10. PROGRESS OF SMART SCHOOLS in MALAYSIA. Wave 1 – Pilot (1999-2002) –Implementation on 87 schools. Wave 2 – The post pilot ( 2002-2005) – Lesson learned from the pilot. Wave 3 – Making all schools smart (2005-2010) –Extending the digital information to all. Wave 4 – consolidate and stabilize (2010-2020) Technology become an integral part of nation learning process.
  11. 11. Improvement of ICT awareness at schools in rural areaAcademic performance of Malaysian students Schools Qualification improved across all System (SSQS)national examinations in core subjects Progress made so far.. MOE launched EduWebTV.com
  12. 12. TrainingInfrastructure SkilledTeachers <- readiness<- >Technology>Connectivity obsolescence Challenges and Issues Change management -Smart Schools Management System (SSMS) faced some difficulty to be implemented at schools -Financial managament , personnel management ,premises and facilities management.

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