Smart School Project


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Smart School Project

  1. 1. SSI 3013 Information And Communication Technology in ScienceName: Matric No:Chan Su Fang D20101037450Chang Pei Xian D20101037455Rochelle Tang Nga Ning D20101037537Group : ALecturer : Mr Azmi bin Ibrahim
  2. 2. Introduction MSC (Multimedia Super Corridor) is a national initiative spearheaded by Government. to promote national ICT industry, to provide a test-bed for the global ICT industry and to provide a conductive enabling environment
  3. 3.  Relationship between MSC and Smart School Project?
  4. 4. Smart School Project In late 1996, it was introduced as one of the seven Flagship applications of MSC. It was implemented on a Pilot basis between 1999 and 2002.
  5. 5. Aims of Project  Reinvents the educational system in Malaysia  Practises self-paced, self accessed and self directed learning in children
  6. 6. 5 Main Goals Produce a thinking and technology- literate workforce Democratize education Increase participation of stakeholders Provide all-round development of individual Provide opportunities to enhance individual strengths and abilities
  7. 7. Teaching-Learning Process  Is defined as the “heart” of policy.
  8. 8.  Is shaped in four main areas: Curriculum Materials Main Pedagogy areas Assessments
  9. 9. Management and Administration Is defined as the “brain” of policy.
  10. 10.  Functions:  School governance  Students affairs  External resources  Security  Educational resources  Technology  Human resources  Facilities  Financial management
  11. 11. Human Resources, Skills, andRespnsibilities All stakeholders should be equipped with specific knowledge, skills and attitudes.  Principal  Teachers  Staffs  Parents  MOE officers  The community
  12. 12. Processes Represent as a system. The processes should be studied and reviewed carefully, frequently from time to time.
  13. 13. Policies Alteration in existing policies + Formulation of new policies =EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT SMART SCHOOL SYSTEM
  14. 14. Technology As an enabler for the Smart School. Involves the integration of hardware, software, system software and non-IT equipment .
  15. 15. Uses of Technologyi. As information processing and productivity toolii. Enhances professional developmentiii. Enhances instructioniv. Facilitates group work (for collaborative learning)v. Enables communication (for distance learning)vi. As a tool to search, collect and collate information (for research)vii. Performs the electronic assessment
  16. 16. Overview of the Progress WAVE 1 WAVE 3 SSIS Rolled out Make All Schools to 87 Pilot Smart Schools 1999 2002 2005 2010 2020 WAVE 2 WAVE 4 Consolidation Consolidate Of Smart And Stabilize School Principles
  17. 17. Challeng es• Infrastructure• Capacity Building
  18. 18. Infrastructure-relatedChallenges Lack of number of computers Obsolescence of technology Problem of the hardware maintenance
  19. 19. Capacity building-relatedChallengesTeachers prepare more on examination-based teaching and learning process. Lack of training provided about application of Smart School system. Lack of self-discipline in teachers.
  20. 20. Conclusion Smart School will herald a dynamic phase in educational development by the cooperation of few parties.
  21. 21.  MoE (Ministry of Education)
  22. 22.  MDeC (Multimedia Development Corporation)
  23. 23. • Government agencies Ministry of National and Rural development Telekom Malaysia Berhad, Tenaga Nasional Berhad)
  24. 24.  Private sector courseware providers