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AN OVERVIEW OF SMART SCHOOL

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PROBLEMS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF ICT
IN SCHOOL & WAYS TO OVERCOME.
Name

Matric Number

MUHAMMAD FARIS BIN ISMAIL SAZEMI

D20141067089

MAYURIE PHUTHARAT A/P SURIN

D20141067078

NUR AFIQAH SYAHMINA BT MOHD KAMAL

D20141067091

NURUL HUSNA BINTI ABDULLAH

D20141067092

INTRODUCTION OF SMART SCHOOL


The Malaysia smart school is a learning institution that has been systemically renew in
term of teaching-learning practices and school management in order to prepare children
for the information age. The qualities that must have in smart school system in Malaysia
is;
a high level of parent and community involvement and support.
an on-going assessment that supports good instruction
a broad curriculum that considers the different capabilities and needs of all students
a school climate that is conducive to learning
strong and professional principals and teachers

1.0 LACK OF TRAINING


FACTOR
Not trained on how to use the software
Not have so much time to train
PROBLEM SOLVING
Seminar or course training
Training during school holiday

2.0 LEADERSHIP AND TOP MANAGEMENT ROLE


FACTOR
TOP MANAGEMENT MOE
JUST MAKE AN INSTRUCTION TO TEACHERS
TEACHERS WHO SHOULD BEAR THE BURDEN
NO CONSTANT MONITORING FROM SCHOOL TO SCHOOL

PROBLEM SOLVING
TOP MANAGEMENT SHOULD COME SCHOOL TO SCHOOL IN ORDER TO MONITOR WHETHER

THEIR SYSTEM ARE SUCCESSFUL

3.0 TECHNICAL SUPPORT OR TECHNICIAN AT COMPUTER


LAB.
FACTOR
NOT ENOUGH SKILLED TECHNICIAN
TEACHERS HAVE NO ICT KNOWLEDGES(HARDWARE, SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE)
PROBLEM SOLVING
PROVIDE MORE COURSES AND PRODUCE MORE TECHNICIANS.

4.0 LACK OF TEACHERS SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE IN INFORMATION AND


COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT)
FACTORS
Do not have a computing background
Lack the skills to fully utilize technology in curriculum implementation hence the traditional
chalk and duster approach
Never used or never being exposed to these ICT so the new technologies will always seem
strange and awkward to use and integrate it into their learning and teaching session
Teachers ICT self-efficacy
PROBLEM SOLVING
5.0 SMART
SCHOOL
PARENTS
NOT PLAY
THEIR ROLES
RESPONSIBILITIES
training
school teachers
on DO
educational
technologies
and the AND
integration
of computers into
FACTORS classroom teaching
DO NOT MONITOR THEIR CHILDREN PROGRESS
DO NOT HAVE THE ABILITY TO ACCESS SCHOOLS PUBLIC DOMAIN DATABASE TO MONITOR CHILDRENS
PROGRESS
REFUSED TO GIVE FINANCIAL SUPPORT AND DID NOT BUY THE NEEDS
PROBLEM SOLVING
PARENT SHOULD EXPLORE THE ICT TO ACCESS SCHOOLS PUBLIC DOMAIN DATABASE
GUIDE, MOTIVATE AND COUNSEL THEIR CHILDREN TO USE THE ICT IN LEANING PROCESS.
PROVIDE THE 1 MALAYSIA NOTEBOOK

6.0 LACK OF TECHNOLOGICAL AND TEACHING


MATERIAL IN SCHOOL ESPECIALLY IN RURAL
AREA.
FACTORS
Facilities, the computers, and the equipment are very limited.
Sluggish internet connection.
Places for interactive learning is still limited.
PROBLEM SOLVING
THE COMPUTER MUST BE REPLACED WITH THE LATEST SPECIFICATIONS.
GOVERNMENT MUST PUSH INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER TO PROVIDE INTERNET
CONNECTION WITH AFFORDABLE PRICES.
GOVERNMENT MUST SPEND SOME BUDGET TO CONSTRUCT INTERACTIVE BUILDING.

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