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Republic of the Philippines
MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Fatima, General Santos City
Presented by:
Julie...
• Malaysia implemented the first computer system in
1966.
• The gov’t introduced various initiatives to promote
the usage ...
Goals
• “Vision 2020”
Calls for sustained, productivity-driven growth,
which will only be achievable with a technology
li...
• Intensify the development of the ICT infrastructure;
• Expand access to and equity for ICT facilities;
• Improve assessm...
• Reduce the digital divide that exists in different
parts of the country by providing computer labs to
thousands of schoo...
• Ministry of Education formulated three policies
1st – ICT FOR ALL STUDENTS: ICT is used to
reduce the digital gap betwe...
• Preparing appropriate ICT equipment and
infrastructure for all schools;
• Introducing ICT curriculum and support for ICT...
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ICT Education in Malaysia

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ICT Education in Malaysia
Background, Goals and Strategies

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ICT Education in Malaysia

  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Fatima, General Santos City Presented by: Juliemer B. Absalon ICT EDUCATION IN MALAYSIA
  2. 2. • Malaysia implemented the first computer system in 1966. • The gov’t introduced various initiatives to promote the usage of ICT and improve the field of industry and education. • ICT-enabled Smart Schools The aim of these Smart Schools is to help the country achieve the aims of the National Philosophy of Education as well as to foster the development of a workforce prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st century. 88 pilot schools Background Chan, F.-M. (2002). ICT in Malaysian Schools: Policy and Strategies. Educational Technology Division, Ministry of Education, Malaysia.
  3. 3. Goals • “Vision 2020” Calls for sustained, productivity-driven growth, which will only be achievable with a technology literate workforce prepared to participate in the 21st century global economy. Malaysia’s National Philosophy of Education aims to develop the potential of individuals in a holistic manner, so as to produce individuals who are intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and physically balanced. Chan, F.-M. (2002). ICT in Malaysian Schools: Policy and Strategies. Educational Technology Division, Ministry of Education, Malaysia.
  4. 4. • Intensify the development of the ICT infrastructure; • Expand access to and equity for ICT facilities; • Improve assessment and evaluation systems using ICT; • Emphasise ICT integration into teaching and learning processes; • Improve ICT knowledge and skills of students, teachers and other personnel; • Intensify usage of ICT in education management; • Improve the management and maintenance of ICT equipment; • Increase research and development efforts in ICT; and • Increase cooperation between educational institution and the community towards expansion of ICT in education. http://www.scribd.com/doc/19335654/ICT-in-Malaysia
  5. 5. • Reduce the digital divide that exists in different parts of the country by providing computer labs to thousands of schools. • Sharing sessions on ICT use among teachers, peer teaching and team-teaching. • Training of teachers, school admins and staffs. • The promotion of the use of electronic books and e-learning. Strategies http://www.scribd.com/doc/19335654/ICT-in-Malaysia
  6. 6. • Ministry of Education formulated three policies 1st – ICT FOR ALL STUDENTS: ICT is used to reduce the digital gap between schools. 2nd – ROLE AND FUNCTION OF ICT: the use of computers for assessing information and communication; the use of software in subjects such as Invention and Engineering Drawing. 3rd – ICT TO THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: ICT will be used to increase productivity, efficiency and effectiveness of management system. Chan, F.-M. (2002). ICT in Malaysian Schools: Policy and Strategies. Educational Technology Division, Ministry of Education, Malaysia.
  7. 7. • Preparing appropriate ICT equipment and infrastructure for all schools; • Introducing ICT curriculum and support for ICT integration into general teaching and learning; • Upgrading the ICT skills and knowledge of both teachers and students; • Increasing ICT use in educational management; and • Upgrading ICT maintenance/management in educational institutions. http://www.scribd.com/doc/19335654/ICT-in-Malaysia

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