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SMART SCHOOL

CHALLENGE AND
RECOMMENDATION
PREPARED BY:
NOOR ADIBAH BINTI AZHAR
D20162075552
NORANIZA BINTI SABTU
DEFINITION

THE MALAYSIA SMART SCHOOL IS A


LEARNING INSTITUTION THAT HAS BEEN
SYSTEMATICALLY REINVENTED IN TERM
OF TEACHING-LEARNING PRACTICES AND
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT IN ORDER TO
PREPARE CHILDREN FOR THE
INFORMATION AGE
OBJECTIVES
TO PRODUCE A KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY THAT IS CRITICAL, CREATIVE AND
INNOVATIVE.
TO PRODUCE TECHNOLOGY SAVVY INDIVIDUALS FOR THE INFORMATION AGE.
TO BRIDGE THE DIGITAL DIVIDE.
TO CULTIVATE LIFE-LONG LEARNING BASED ON ICT.
PRODUCE A THINKING AND TECHNOLOGY-LITERATE WORKFORCE.
PROVIDE ALL ROUND DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDIVIDUAL (INTELLECTUAL,
PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SPIRITUAL)
PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES TO ENHANCE INDIVIDUAL STRENGHT AND ABILITIES.
INCREASE PARTICIPANTS OF STAKEHOLDERS.
DEMOCRATIES EDUCATION.
TEACHING AND LEARNING
COMPONENT
CURRICULUM

INITIATIVES
SMART SCHOOL
ASSESMENT FOCUSING PEDAGOGGY
TEACHING-
LEARNING

TEACHING-
LEARNING
MATERIAL
CHALLENG
E ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
1.Academic performance of Malaysian 1.Limited internet connection.
student get improvement across all
nation examination in 2009 in core subject 2.Limitation of infrastructure, such as
Mathematics, Language and Science for computer labs lead to ineffectiveness of
example. technology supported teaching and learning.

2.IT infrastructure 3.Courseware lacks proper guidelines to use.

3.A broad curriculum that consider the 4.The processor takes a longer time and
different capabilities and needs of all slow
students.

4.A school climate that conducive to


learning.
RECOMMENDATION
1.Do not rush straight into your school council
election.

2.Consider what your school wants pupils to learn


by having a school council.

3.Think about who should learn these skills.

4.Brief or train your key staff.

5.Hand over to the students.


SMART SCHOOL PROGRESS
WAVE 1- THE PILOT PROJECT (1999-2002)
|Implementation on 87 schools.
WAVE 2 - THE POST-PILOT PROJECT (2002-2005)
|Lessons learned from the Pilot.
WAVE 3 MAKING ALL SCHOOLS IS SMART (2005-2010)
| Extending the digital transformation to all.
WAVE 4 CONSOLIDATE AND STABILIZE (2010-2020)
| Technology become an integral part of the nations learning
process.
CONCLUSION
To ensure the successful implementation of Smart Schools ,
the effort to prepare teachers as catalysts cannot be
ignored any more.

The process of training transfer which is evident and


continuous is very important and will ensure that it
becomes a national agenda for implementation on
continuous basis.

This effort must be managed together and not thrust upon


the shoulders of the teachers alone.

Ministry of Education, Principal, Teachers and staffs and also


THE END
THANK YOU !