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Digitalisation: MOE develops three online systems to improve school administration

Digitalisation: MOE develops three online systems to improve school administration

KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Education (MOE) is creating three online systems to help in school administration and facilitate academics’ work.

Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin mentioned the systems concerned school timetable preparation, utility administration and the academics’ instructing and studying (PdP) reporting system.

He mentioned according to digitalisation, MOE ought to take the chance to improve the administration systems and useful resource effectivity, and remodel the nation’s training pedagogy to be extra enticing.

“For the utility administration system, we’re already within the remaining stage and a few prototypes have been accomplished. There are extra enhancements to be made and we hope the system can be utilized this 12 months.

“As for the school timetable system, we discover that some faculties do it manually and a few faculties purchase the system from exterior distributors.

“Hence, we’re creating the system for faculties nationwide and hope it may be used as quickly as doable,” he mentioned in a press convention after officiating the Digital Utilisation and Technology Awards (DUTA) 2021, at Bukit Kiara, right here on Thursday (July 7).

Radzi mentioned the system was within the strategy of partaking with stakeholders, together with school administration, to be sure that the system meets the wants to organise pupil timetables.

In his speech, he mentioned digital training was not an possibility however a necessity, according to the event of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0), other than producing digitally fluent college students and generations.

“We need to produce college students who’re digitally fluent and ready to compete in accordance to present wants. Through digitalisation we’re ready to improve instructional pedagogy.

“Digitally-skilled academics are ready to produce extra attention-grabbing instructional pedagogical approaches according to the event of IR 4.0,” he mentioned.

DUTA is an annual occasion to recognise the efforts and dedication of academics and college students in implementing digital training initiatives efficiently, in addition to to produce digitally fluent college students.

A complete of 19 classes, below three fundamental awards, had been up for grabs, specifically the Digital Education Award, the ‘Pengkarya Guru’ Award and the School Resource Centre Award. – Bernama

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