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The malaysian smart school

  1. 1. The malaysian smart school — Presentation Transcript1. The Malaysian Smart School2. IntroductionEarly in 1996-the Ministry of Education was involved in intense discussionabout “Smart Schools”: the concept and its implications on the Malaysian education systemLate1996 -the Smart School had become one of the seven flagship applications of the MultimediaSuper Corridor.3. IntroductionJanuary 1997-the Ministry of Education conceptualized the vision of the MalaysianSmart School in the document “Smart Schools in MalaysiaFebruary 1997 to June 1997 -teamcomprised by industry representatives, Multimedia Development Corporation officers, and officersof the Ministry of Education, worked at producing the Blueprint of the Malaysian Smart School.4. Introduction -the team was charged with the task of proposing the necessary guidelines forlaunching the Smart School.5. The Malaysian Smart SchoolConceptual Model6. The Malaysian Smart Schoolis a learning institution that has been systemically reinvented in termsof teaching-learning practices and school management in order to prepare children for theInformation Age8. The Malaysian Smart SchoolThe Smart School initiative has five main goals which focus on theneed to develop a skilled work force for the Information Age and to promote the goals of theNational Philosophy of Education10. The Malaysian Smart SchoolAn integrated set of strategies will be employed to achieve thesegoals12. Key Components of a Smart SchoolTeaching and LearningCurriculum Pedagogy AssessmentTeaching-Learning Materials13. Management and Administration School governance Student affairs Educationalresources External resources Finance Facilities Human resources Security Technology14. People, Skills and Responsibilities Teachers Principals Ministry of Educationofficers Support staff ParentsTechnologyProcessesPolicies15. Teaching and Learning16. Teaching and LearningThe Smart School teaching and learning environment will be shaped infour main areas, each of which will be a critical element in defining the overall teaching and learningexperience for Smart School children17. Teaching and Learning
  2. 2. 18. Teaching and Learning19. Teaching and Learning20. Teaching and Learning21. Teaching and Learning22. Management and Administration23. Management and AdministrationPrimaryObjectiveTo efficiently and effectively manage theresources and processes required to support the teaching and learning functions within SmartSchools24. Management and Administration25. Management and Administration26. Management and Administration27. Management and Administration28. Management and Administration29. Management and Administration30. Management and Administration31. Management and Administration32. Management and Administration33. Management and Administration34. People, Skills and Responsibilities35. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesThe stakeholders involved in the implementation of SmartSchools.36. People, Skills and Responsibilities37. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesTeachers38. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesPrincipals39. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesClerical Staff40. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesMedia/Technology Coordinator41. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesTechnical Support42. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesOther Education Personnel43. People, Skills and ResponsibilitiesParents
  3. 3. 44. Technology45. TechnologyThe Technology Derivation Process46. Processes47. ProcessesSmart School Process Goals48. Processes49. Policies50. PoliciesPolicy Implications51. PoliciesPolicy areas that need to be addressed in the implementation of Smart Schools