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Smart school initiatives

  1. 1. •NAZATHUL SYAKIRAH ANG(D037476)•SYIBRAH FARHANA MOHD SALIM(D037473)•HAMIDAH BT AZMI HISHAM(D037481)
  2. 2.  The Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) program was officially initiated by the 4th Malaysian Prime Minister; Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad on 12 February 1996. This program is to transform Malaysia into a modern state by the year 2020.
  3. 3. MSC Vision
  4. 4.  The Smart School Flagship is one of the seven flagship applications envisaged under the Multimedia Super Corridor initiative. The MSC Smart School Flagship Application is a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC). The ICT expertise for the initiative was provided by the Telekom Smart School (TSS) industry consortium. The MDeC, which has been entrusted with the development of the MSC, plays a key role in the implementation and ensuring that targets are achieved as planned.
  5. 5. 1) Teaching-learning processes - core of Smart School - comprises 4 areas : curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and teaching-learning materials - process related : reinvented to help students to learn more effective & efficient2) Management and administration - the driver of the Smart School - helps principal to manage the resources & the processes 3) Human resource, skill and responsibility - stakeholders responsible (improvement of school performance) - they are equipped with specific skills &
  6. 6. 4) Processes - viewed as system - continuously studied to ensure that the systemprovides accurate input to produce desiredoutput5) Technology - used as an enabler for Smart School inteaching-learning process, management &communication6) Policies - change in existing policies & regulations isconducted to make sure implementation of SmartSchool is successful
  7. 7. -to impart the learning desire to allgenerations -technology derivation process is dividedinto 3 : a) Smart School Practices - teaching and learning:Distance learning - management system :Financial management - external constituencies:Other schools b) Technical requirements - network requirement
  8. 8. c) Smart school technology solutions - school level -national level - district level Example: District level >Requirements - District database andsecurity network >Solutions - Centralised multi-point videoconferencing, secured transaction vianetwork, regional server with a unique computeraddress for each school and informationmanagement and control
  9. 9. 1. Dealing with a learning environment. (Why?) -Not ready to change their mind set and to learn use new ICT programme. (Then) -gave minimal readiness. (Assumed) -that the practice could not solve the problems of finishing the syllabus.
  10. 10. 2. Passive student Not play an active role in determining the direction of their learning. (Causes) More confident with traditional method (Opinion) Smart teaching method is considered as slowing down the teaching and learning process.
  11. 11. 3. Lack of parents and community involvement (Why?) Upgrade their life and provide better life to their children (Opinion) Government and teachers are totally responsible for the smart school programmes. (Causes) Not understand the concepts of Smart School.
  12. 12. 4. Limitations of infrastructure and network access (Why?) Need a lots of cost and funds. (Causes) Teaching and learning by using technology in Smart School is not effective. + Non-readiness teachers agree with theirperception that Smart TLM is burdened them and affects student learning.

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