Leading e-Learning Adoption in Schools: Human and Technological Structures and Strategies

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5 March 2010 (Friday) | 15:30 - 17:40 | http://citers2010.cite.hku.hk/abstract/76 | Dr. Norrizan RAZALI, Senior Manager, Smart School Department, Multimedia Development Corporation

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Leading e-Learning Adoption in Schools: Human and Technological Structures and Strategies

  1. 1. 1<br />TRANSFORMING MALAYSIAN SCHOOLS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY<br />March 5th, 2010 <br />3.30 – 5.30 pm <br />FORUM ON LEADING E-LEARNING ADOPTION IN SCHOOLS: HUMAN AND TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURES AND STRATEGIES @ THE CITERS 2010<br />Hong Kong<br />Dr Norrizan Razali<br />Multimedia Development Corporation<br />Malaysia <br />
  2. 2. Contextual Considerations <br />
  3. 3. MSC Malaysia<br /><ul><li>Erosion of comparative advantages in traditional sectors
  4. 4. Capitalise on ICT / Multimedia opportunities and create new growth engine</li></ul>ECONOMIC<br />SOCIAL<br /><ul><li>Digital Divide
  5. 5. Roll-out ICT benefits </li></ul>GLOBAL<br /><ul><li>Challenge of globalisation</li></ul>Migrate Malaysia Seamlessly into the Knowledge-Based Economy<br />
  6. 6. Smart School Objectives<br />To produce a thinking and technology-literate workforce<br />To democratize education<br />To increase participation of stakeholders<br />To provide all-round development of the individual<br />To provide opportunities to enhance individual strengths and abilities<br />Smart School Blueprint , 1997<br />
  7. 7. 5<br />Models & Processes<br />
  8. 8. Implementation Phases<br />Measuring & monitoring tool: Smart School Qualification Standards (SSQS)<br />Target Ratings of All Schools <br />Wave 1:<br />Pilot Phase (1999 – 2002)<br />88 schools nationwide selected<br />End of 2010<br />10,000 schools rated from 3 to 5 star <br />by the end of 2010<br />Wave 2: <br />Post-Pilot <br />(2002–2005)<br />Massive computerization phase to all 10,000 schools<br />Wave 3: <br />Making All Schools Smart (2005 - 2010)<br />Leveraging all ICT initiatives <br />Making schools smart is a continuous process to enculturate the use of ICT in education to ensure improved quality of teaching and learning, effectiveness of school administration and management and teacher competency<br />Malaysia ICT in Education: Cutting Edge Practice 2008<br />Wave 4: Consolidate & Stabilize <br />(2010 2020)<br />Innovative practices using ICT enculturated<br />Increased in learning performance and efficiency <br />Increased in ICT utilization and acceptance<br />Study on Outcomes and Characteristics of Students from Smart Schools and Non Smart Schools 2008<br />Impact Study on Rural Smart Schools 2009<br />Smart School Roadmap : 2005 – 2020<br />
  9. 9. Key Components of a Smart School<br />Processes<br />People,Skills & Responsibilities<br />Management<br />Policies<br />Technology<br />Administration<br />Teaching & Learning<br />I<br />Smart School Blueprint , 1997<br />
  10. 10. 138 Benchmarked Smart Schools As Catalyst <br />Making 10,000 Schools Smart<br />Neighboring Schools Mentored by Catalyst <br />in Clusters<br /> (Multiplier Effect)<br />BEST PRACTICE<br />SELANGOR<br />Mentored schools<br /> Benchmarked Smart Schools<br />Target Ratings of All Schools <br />2009<br />End of 2010<br />7,575 schools rated from 3 to 5 star <br />as of October 2009<br /><ul><li>96 schools - 5-star
  11. 11. 2412 schools - 4-star
  12. 12. 5067 schools - 3-star
  13. 13. 662 schools - 2-star
  14. 14. 217 schools - 1-star</li></ul>10,000 schools rated from <br />3 to 5 star by the end of 2010<br />7,575<br />3,475<br />Legend:<br /> Benchmarked Smart Schools<br /> as Catalyst<br />8<br />
  15. 15. Strategies to Achieve Rapid Exponential Growth<br />C<br />H<br />A<br />N<br />G<br />E<br />A<br />G<br />E<br />N<br />T<br />S<br />Schools with potential 5, 4 and 3 star ratings<br />EARMARKED!<br />SCHOOLS<br />ALL SCHOOLS INVOLVED IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMMES<br />COMMUNITIES<br />MOE STATE NETWORKS<br />
  16. 16. Smart School Outcomes<br />Critical Thinking<br />7,575 schools rated from <br />3 to 5 star as of October 2009<br /><ul><li>96 schools - 5-star
  17. 17. 2412 schools - 4-star
  18. 18. 5067 schools - 3-star
  19. 19. 662 schools - 2-star
  20. 20. 217 schools - 1-star</li></ul>Collaboration<br />Technology & media literacy<br />Effective Communication<br />Problem Solving<br />7,525<br />3,475<br />OUTCOMES:<br />TEACHERS AND STUDENTS EQUIPPED WITH <br />21st CENTURY SKILLS<br />Smart School <br />Qualification <br />Standards <br />Human Capital Development/<br />Change Management<br />PROGRAMS FOR <br />MAKING ALL SCHOOLS SMART<br />2006 - 2010<br />Leveraging <br />all MOE ICT <br />Initiatives: Access Centre, <br />Computer Lab, Web TV, etc. <br />I<br />Smart<br /> Partnership<br /> Initiatives<br />
  21. 21. 11<br />Lessons Learnt<br />
  22. 22. Lessons Learnt<br />12<br />For e-Learning adoption to be successful, following are key strategies:<br />ICT in education policies<br />Outcome driven<br />People first<br />Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) / Standards<br />
  23. 23. Thank You<br />norrizan@mdec.com.my<br />

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