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  1. 1. SMART SCHOOL Group A_ICT_P2
  2. 2. Noor Atika binti Ahmad Husnil inti n ie b D Khatimah binti rha medMa oha 20101037449 Hussin 4 M 3 744 D 010 20101037452 D 201 Group A_ICT_P2
  3. 3. Introduction one of the seven flagship of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) learning institution that was built on 1996 in order to prepared children for Information Age teaching and learning based on creative thinking is a place where all student can learn within conducive learning environment Group A_ICT_P2
  4. 4. Group A_ICT_P2
  5. 5. Curriculum designed to help student achieve overall and balanced development Student also have an integration of knowledge, skills and values Group A_ICT_P2
  6. 6. Pedagogy involves specific learning goals like active learning process The classroom atmosphere is compatible with different teaching-learning strategies teachers include a variety of different types of lessons and learning experience and students’ learning styles Group A_ICT_P2
  7. 7. Assessment covers achievement, readiness, progress and aptitude assessment in the form of on-line means that the items for smart assessment will be stored in a computerized item bank and be made available to users Group A_ICT_P2
  8. 8. Teaching Learning Materials The software that were provided act as the tools for teachers giving knowledge to student and no need only to refer on textbook The widely use of LCD projectors and overhead projectors Promote cognitive challenging, attractive, motivates students to learn and encourages active participation Group A_ICT_P2
  9. 9. The use of Technology as Enablerin Smart School project Group A_ICT_P2
  10. 10. Technology: is used as an enabler for Smart School practices in teaching-learning, management, and communications with external constituencies. Group A_ICT_P2
  11. 11. The Technology Infrastructure shall formthe platform for the:Teaching and LearningAssessment School Management System Group A_ICT_P2
  12. 12. Teaching-Learning applications:Self Exploration LearningStudents shall have access to the latesteducational materials available locally, as well asto external resourcesCollaborative LearningTools that facilitate group work within and acrossclasses Group A_ICT_P2
  13. 13. Distance LearningCommunication with outside constituenciesusing technology such as;- Video Conferencing, e-mail, video-on-demand and broadcastExperimential LearningSimulation software and virtual reality tostimulate learning Group A_ICT_P2
  14. 14. Research, Reference, and Data CollectionTools to search, collect, and collate informationDrill and PracticeSoftware or courseware that allows students topractice on their own or with peers Group A_ICT_P2
  15. 15. Smart Assessment ApplicationsComprehensive Item Bank.- is a database containing a large number ofpotential assessment items that can be usedfor assessment.- operates on the premise that the assessmentitems, for both centralized and school-basedassessment, can be retrieved on-demand. Group A_ICT_P2
  16. 16. Test Generation System.- is a system that allows users to create andprint tests from the sets of items stored in theItem Bank.- also allow a quick and easy way to write testitems, edit them, assemble the items inaccordance to test specifications and printmultiple versions of tests.On-line Test Administration.- refers to a system of administering tests overa network. Group A_ICT_P2
  17. 17. Scoring and Analysis System.- refers to an automatic method of scoring test-taker’s responses, as well as analyzing the scoresto be exported to test taker’s entry in the Life-TimeDatabase.Life-Time Database (LTDB).- The Ministry of Education intends to monitorstudent’s progress toward achieving their learningobjectives as well as to identify their strengths andweaknesses in learning areas.- To do this, the Technology Infrastructure willneed a database capable of accommodatingchanges in students’ data and storing students’profiles. Group A_ICT_P2
  18. 18. School Management Functions and ApplicationsSchool GovernanceUsing computers to link the school to the Ministryof Education for communication and policyimplementation.Facility ManagementUsing computers to plan facility scheduling,maintenance and inventory.Financial ManagementUsing computers to facilitate budgeting,accounting and reporting Group A_ICT_P2
  19. 19. Human Resources ManagementUsing computer communication to link theschools to the agencies in the educationsystem for management of human resourcesExternal Resource ManagementUsing computer communication to link theschool to external constituencies like networkresources, i.e., Internet, libraries and museumsfor research, reference and data collection. Group A_ICT_P2
  20. 20. Technology ManagementUsing computers for centralized IT support for the school.Security ManagementUsing computers for security managementEducational Resource ManagementUsing computer communication to link the school’sdatabases to central resources databases to regulate andorganize educational resourcesStudents Affairs ManagementUsing computers and databases to maintain studentprofiles. Group A_ICT_P2
  21. 21. External Constituencies Linkages and ApplicationsOther SchoolsOptimal sharing of information and resources to encouragecollaborative learning on a subject among and within schools.Homes / ParentsDistance learning to enable students to keep abreast ofassignments even when not physically in school. Parents can alsoaccess the school for feedback on their children’s progress.CommunityThe Smart School as a community center to enable communityinvolvement in school activities. The community can also use theSmart School as an on-going learning center. Group A_ICT_P2
  22. 22. LibrariesResearch, reference, and data collectionresources available on-lineUniversities / CollegesDistance learning on various topics by experts inthe field, the provision of mentor / tutor programsand research data.Companies / IndustriesAccess to information on industries, and careeropportunities, practical training and sponsorshipprograms offered by these industries. Group A_ICT_P2
  23. 23. Museums / Archives / Science Centres- Research, reference, and data collection -resource available on-line.Possible access to virtual experiences.Local AuthoritiesOn-line information about local social andcultural events to enable school participation. Group A_ICT_P2
  24. 24. establishment of the Smart School is oneof the flagship applications that are part of Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) Group A_ICT_P2
  25. 25. The four waves of the SmartSchool implementation plan are: 1. Wave 1 – The Pilot (1999-2002) 2. Wave 2 – The Post-Pilot (2002-2005) 3. Wave 3 – Making All Schools Smart (2005-2010) 4. Wave 4 – Consolidate and Stabilise (2010-2020) Group A_ICT_P2
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  27. 27. Challenges faced: Group A_ICT_P2
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  29. 29. ~end~ Group A_ICT_P2