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THE SMART

SCHOOL IN
MALAYSIA
SSI3013(A)

NABILAH ‘ALIAH BT AMER AZHAR (D20151071575)

NUR HAZWANI BT OTHMAN (D20151071573)

DEWI BT SALAM (D20151070973)


WHAT???
WHEN???
Learning institution that has
1996 – the laws of
been systematically reinvented in
concept was created
terms of teaching-learning
1999 - the
practices and school
implementation
management to prepare children
2002- the experiment
for the Information Age
ended

MAIN GOALS:
• Thinking &
technology- OBJECTIVES:
literate • Knowledgeable
workforce society
• Individual • Tecnology savvy
development individuals
• ↑ individual • Bridge the digital
streths divide
• ↑Stakeholder’ • Life-long learning
participation based on ICT
• Democratise
education
CHALLENGES OF SMART
SCHOOL
– Constrains in syllabus – Lack of infrastructure and support
 Take time to accesses and navigate materials.
the software  No internet connection
 Use student time to adapt  Computer lab
– Negative attitude of teacher – Heavy investment on facilities
 Increase the amount of work [Puteh  Electronic facilities and new books
and Vicziany,( 2004)]
 Cost and maintenances fees
 Used to traditional method (senior
teacher) – Inadequate financial resource.
 Rural area (low income)
– Lack of skill
CONCLUSION
The main aim of smart school is to prepare the citizens for
the information age through an innovative education delivery
process. The challenges faced during the implementation of smart
school does not mean that this program must be terminated but be
reinforced with better plan and strategies. All the identified
weaknesses and problems must be taken into account and be
prevailed to enhance the program.
As teachers who serve as the core pillar of the nation’s
education system, it is a must to be prepared to raise our own
capability of using new technology in teaching to the level of
excellence. Hopefully, with the effort we take will bring Malaysian
education to the world standard.