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MLS125: Flipped Presentation: 1-to-1 Computing

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Transcript of MLS125: Flipped Presentation: 1-to-1 Computing

Flipped Presentation MLS 125 Established in 1957
The only secondary school for girls in the capital
Student population of around 1500
Staff Strength: 142 teaching staff
16 academic departments School Background Huzaimi Moksin ICT In STPRI School ICT Background
Computer Department
Staff Strength = 6 teaching staff
No Technical Assistance

2 computer labs equipped with around 40 computers per lab
Projectors, Visualizers, IWBs, 8 Laptops for Teachers,
Mobile Cart: 40 MacBooks ICT Intervention Proposed Plan of Intervention Planning 1. Building A Team Early planning team consists of the Administrative Section; Principal, Vice Principals, Head of Academic Section, Head of ICT, Head of Finance

As the plan develops, include the Head of the various academic departments involved and the teachers teaching the classes

Parents involvement through the PTA Planning 2. Infrastructure New building under 'Projek Bisai' will be completed May this year. Provision for home room for the targeted classes in the new building.

Existing Wifi and School LAN. Access point already available in every classes. Adequate power source in every classes.

Lockers to store the laptops during PE, CCA and outside classroom school activities and functions. Planning 3. Teachers Training Designed by HoD ICT for all departments involved.
2 teachers from every departments.
On-going training. Short in length to prevent burnout. 4. Students Training During orientation week and 5 CCA periods weekly before start of CCA in February
Training on the technical aspects, rules and responsibilities as well as developing the mindset that laptop is a tool not a toy. Planning 5. Pedagogical Support Collaboration between the teachers involved with other more experienced member of their departments to come up with pedagogical approach that infuses ICT while still achieving the learning outcomes desired.

Head of departments concerned set up this mentorship programme. Planning 6. Conflicting Schedule Common 'white space' in the teachers time-table to facilitate training.

Reduce total workload of the teachers, i.e. more 'white space' to prepare lesson plans (less substitution duties, reduce CCA responsibilities, refrain from appointing them as committees)

This can also act as incentive for the teachers being involved in a project of this scale and magnitude. Planning 7. Buying the laptop / Technical Support Purchase through the school from vendor appointed after careful selection.

School come up with a plan to cater for financial aid students (paid in installments, sponsored by private sectors etc).

Deal with vendor to appoint in-site technical assistant for dealing with various technical problems with the laptops for a period of time while training staff members to take over the responsibility eventually Articulating Change Clear vision of strategies, shared within school community
Showcasing relevance and usefulness of technology integrated.
Demonstration of exemplary ICT-mediated lesson by other teachers.
Framework for department to collaboratively design ICT-mediated lessons, share ICT resources and lesson plans.
Mechanism that provides incentives and empowerment in the use of ICT.
Keep all stakeholders especially parents well-informed of their child's progress
Utilize the community outreach programme (e.g. e-Kampung) to create buy-in for parents Leading Change - Action, Removal of barries, Boost Morale School leaders can lead the way by improving their own ICT competencies through the attendance of staff development with classroom teachers, using ICT in their daily administration and communication tasks, and allowing teachers the time and the luxury to experiment with new teaching methods using ICT.

Giving teachers support of various aspects, monitor progress and recognize as well as celebrate successes achieved.

Constant monitoring of students progress and achievements, updating parents regularly and setting up intervention plan for students who did not perform as expected.

Close monitoring of students laptop use, setting-up filters for inappropriate websites, awareness program on cyberbullying. Provision for students to use school's laptop temporarily if theirs are lost or stolen. Sustaining Change Long Term Goal 2014 - 2015:
Completion of first phase
Introduction of 1-to-1 to all Year 7 Classes
First batch of students with competencies in 1-to-1 computing graduating Year 8 and entering upper secondary. Thank You ......................................................................................................................................................
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