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  1. 1. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio1 NEXT PREVIOUS A Smart Partnership The Computerization of a Technical Secondary School
  2. 2. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio2 NEXT PREVIOUS BACKGROUND • Emergence of “K- environments” - K-economy, K-worker, etc. • Malaysian Smart School Project
  3. 3. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio3 NEXT PREVIOUS BACKGROUND • Internet is “the in-thing” • 300 million people world wide having access to the internet • Figure to increase to 1 billion by the year 2003
  4. 4. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio4 NEXT PREVIOUS Sekolah Bestari Pilot Project 85 secondary schools 05 primary Total School: 8000 Only 5 % of 8000 schools
  5. 5. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio5 NEXT PREVIOUS ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? "Do we have to wait that long and let our children be denied the immediate benefits that CAL has to offer before our schools can be fully wired-up?"
  6. 6. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio6 NEXT PREVIOUS ? "Can we not do something to complement the existing programmes to take advantage of the numerous unlimited lifelong benefits of CAL that would have otherwise been lost or deemed outdated as a result of delay and procrastination?
  7. 7. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio7 NEXT PREVIOUS Why Use Computer? CAL / CAI should be part & parcel of learning process Shy students > active participants Opportunity for expression of ideas “Speaking with their fingers” Internet is the biggest source of information
  8. 8. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio8 NEXT PREVIOUS JUSTIFICATION CAL should be the “hidden curriculum” high cost of computer literacy training limited accessibility among students
  9. 9. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio9 NEXT PREVIOUS JUSTIFICATION Difficulties in fee collection minimal or loss of profit
  10. 10. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio10 NEXT PREVIOUS AIMS OF THE PROJECT to provide better and maximum opportunity for ALL students and staff of the school to receive a more planned and intensive computer training to provide students and staff with enough computer facility for academic and co- curricular purposes
  11. 11. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio11 NEXT PREVIOUS The A-Team Teachers Parent Teacher Association Equipment Repair Center
  12. 12. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio12 NEXT PREVIOUS Teachers “More than any other group in society, teachers are expected to understand the importance of lifelong education. They must therefore, become the champions of lifelong education … While knowledge is universal, the access to knowledge is not universal and is differential. Teachers are among the leaders in society who are entrusted to create opportunities for access in any way possible” Ibrahim Ahmad Bajunid (2000)
  13. 13. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio13 NEXT PREVIOUS Role of Teachers providing the right conducive learning environment and services that enhance quality learning – achieved through excellent planning, implementation & coordination of various school development programmes - ( cooperation, smart partnership, etc )
  14. 14. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio14 NEXT PREVIOUS Parent Teacher Association Contributions towards meeting educational needs of students: a forum service material needs
  15. 15. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio15 NEXT PREVIOUS PTA: MATERIAL NEEDS Finance of RM30 per member –computer components, –workshop-training, –maintenance –one year teaching allowances for computer instructors
  16. 16. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio16 NEXT PREVIOUS EQUIPMENT REPAIR CENTER Technical service & assistance – training – repair – maintenance of equipment & buildings of technical and vocational schools
  17. 17. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio17 NEXT PREVIOUS EQUIPMENT REPAIR CENTER Computer parts training workshop maintenance
  18. 18. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio18 NEXT PREVIOUS Win-Win [ students ] ALL students gain access to computer literacy programme Cost of learning greatly reduced by as much as 85 % 7-days-7-nights use of computers for academic & co-curricular purposes Students are well- prepared for future academic and professional endeavours
  19. 19. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio19 NEXT PREVIOUS Win-Win [ School ] Cheap ownership of PCs Availability of IT skilled teachers Promote the school as one that is reflective of its name and mission
  20. 20. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio20 NEXT PREVIOUS PROCEDURE Working Paper ⇓ Endorsement by PTA ⇓ Working Committee ⇓ Contribution of RM30 by parents ⇓ Workshop Participants ⇓ 3-day Workshop ⇓
  21. 21. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio21 NEXT PREVIOUS THE END PRODUCT it’s OURS!
  22. 22. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio22 NEXT PREVIOUS Ownership of 10 > 40 PCs well air-conditioned computer lab 7-day-7-night class ALL students involved BENEFITS
  23. 23. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio23 NEXT PREVIOUS BENEFITS Provide basis for further development in IT literacy Fulltime instructors Total expenditure only RM40 - 50,000 (saving of RM240,000)
  24. 24. Berhan et al 2000 International Conference on Technical & Vocatio24 NEXT PREVIOUS Paper Prepared by: Berhannudin Mohd Salleh Rosli Mohamed Yazid Kamsun Jayati Jono Ahmad Esa Thank You

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