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The innovators (future of texbook in 2025) 7 9 apr 2015

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The innovators (future of texbook in 2025) 7 9 apr 2015

  1. 1. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] GROUP NAME: THE INNOVATORS (Text Book Division, Ministry of Education) GROUP MEMBERS No. Name E-mail Telephone 1 Zaid Arafat Bin Mohd Noor zaid.noor@moe.gov.my 03-8884 4498 2 Sarinah Binti Harun sarinah.harun@customs.gov.my 03-8882 2747 3 Dr Lee Oi Wah drlee_ow@moh.gov.my 05-2456135 4 Dr Arulalan K Kumaran dr.arulalan@gmail.com 03-6145 4333 5 Nurul Widyamirza Binti Sujan @ Jan widyamirza@gmail.com 03-8886 4179 6 Akhzailina Binti Md Akhir akhzailina.akhir@bheuu.gov.my 03-8885 1961
  2. 2. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE 1: PRE-SCENARIO BUILDING GROUP NAME: THE INNOVATORS (TEXT BOOK DIVISION, MOE) 1 OBJECTIVES By 2025 full implementationof virtual learninginall urbansecondaryschools OUTCOMES Urban secondaryschoolsusingvirtual learningasa mediumof teachingand learningprocessasa replacementforthe conventional textbook 2 RATIONALE To keepabreastwithnewlearningenvironmentfocusingonvirtual learning 3 DOMAIN COVERAGE Urban secondaryschoolsinPeninsularMalaysia 4 TIME HORIZON 2015 – 2025 (10 years) 5 TERRITORIAL SCOPE KualaLumpur, Johore and Penang(502 i.e.20.97% of total secondaryschool) Note: Statistic of schools, students and teachers in KL, Johore and Penang as at 31 Dec 2014 Total in Malaysia Territorial Scope Kuala Lumpur Johore Penang Secondary schools 2,394 502 20.97% 101 274 127 Students 2,220,679 450,852 20.30% 97,365 248,113 105,374 Teachers 181,747 63,076 34.70% 13,892 34,314 14,871 (Source: EMIS 31 Dec 2014)
  3. 3. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE 1: PRE-SCENARIO BUILDING (CONTINUE) GROUP NAME: THE INNOVATORS (TEXT BOOK DIVISION, MOE) 6 FUNDING & DURATION Federal BudgetfromTextBookDivision,Ministryof Education; 2015 - 2025 7 FTSP METHODOLOGY & WORK PLAN ScenarioPlanningInitiative 8 SPONSORS & CHAMPIONS Ministryof Education 9 PROJECT TEAM & OVERALL STRUCTURE VLSSProjectTeam:8 people Overall Structure: - ProjectTeamMeeting - Workshop (Pre and priorto implementation) - PublicConsultation(Pre andpriortoimplementation) - Briefing(progressandfinal report) 10 PARTICIPATION & TARGET GROUP VLSS Project Team: - Representative from R&D Division - Representative from Text Book Division - Representative from Curriculum Division - Representative from Teachers Education Division - Representative from Ministry of Higher Education - Representative from IT Division - Representative from Budget Division - Representative from Parent and Teachers Association
  4. 4. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE 1: PRE-SCENARIO BUILDING (CONTINUE) GROUP NAME: THE INNOVATORS (TEXT BOOK DIVISION, MOE) Workshop 1: Participant: 25 Target Group: Text Book Division and Curriculum Division Workshop 2: Participant: 25 Target Group: IT Division and Budget Division Workshop 3: Participant: 25 Target Group: Ministry of Higher Education and Teachers Education Division Workshop 4: Participant: 25 Target Group: Ministry of Higher Education and Teachers Education Division Public Consultation 1: Participant: 300 Target Group: Parent and Teachers Association and Parents from the effected schools Public Consultation 2: Participant: 300 Target Group: Students from the effected schools Public Consultation 3: Participant: 300 Target Group: NUTP and NGOs
  5. 5. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE 1: PRE-SCENARIO BUILDING (CONTINUE) GROUP NAME: THE INNOVATORS (TEXT BOOK DIVISION, MOE) 11 IDENTIFY COOPERATION & NETWORKING EFFORTS MCMC, ICU Prime MinistersDepartment(Educationsector) 12 WHO WILL YOUPRESENT YOUR FTSP FINDING? ProjectLeader;Directorof TextBook Division;UnderSecretary;Ministerof Education;Cabinet
  6. 6. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE 2: SCENARIO BUILDING I. RE-CLARIFY WHAT FUTURES WE ARE INTERESTED IN AND EXECUTE HORIZON SCANNING OF THE FUTURE WE ARE INTERESTED IN Virtual learning via Portal MyVLSS (Malaysia Virtual Learning in Secondary School) taking over textbook in teaching and learning Horizon Scanning: i. Literature review from 1) Instructional Technology in the 21st Century Classroom Webspace.ship.edu/hliu/etextbook/mode 2) Symposium on the Future of the Textbook www.affordablelearninggeorgia.org/about/symposium 3) An investigation into the influence of learning style and other factors affecting students’ perception of virtual learning environment, Khaled Swesi 4) Effective learning and the virtual learning environment, MJ Stiles, The Learning Development Centre, Staffordshire University, UK 5) The Future of Textbook, August 2014, Richard Benson, Jimmy Sarakatsannis and Ken Wee 6) Video games and the future of the textbook, Jordan Shapiro, August15 2014
  7. 7. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] ii) Interview with the subject matter experts of the subject 1) Team members fromPerformanceManagement and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU), Prime Minister Department of Malaysia who is responsiblefor NKRA GTP 1.0 Improving Students Outcomeand GTP 2.0 Assuring Quality Education 2) Council members from Institutefor Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) who is responsiblefor Unit of Education or R&D on education iii) Interview with the leadersof the industries which you are interested about Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Wan Mohd Zahid Mohd Noordin who has a vastexperience in the education and business field. Qualification: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degreefromUniversity Malaya Masters fromStanford University PhD fromUniversity of California, Berkeley. Experience ineducation field: He started his career as a teacher, moving up to principal level and eventually held various positions in the Ministry of Education. His last postprior to retirement was as Director-Generalof Education. Currently he is a Chairman of Universiti Teknologi Mara and Management and Science University.
  8. 8. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] Course attended: BUSINESS managementunder the Advanced Management Programmeat Harvard Business School. Career: He is a Non-IndependentNon-Executive Director of the Board of Sime Darby Berhad. He was appointed to the Governing Council of Yayasan Sime Darby on 16 October 2008. Currently he is a Chairman of FECCables (M) Sdn Bhd, a Director of Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB), Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad, Perbadanan Usahawan NasionalBerhad, SP Setia Berhad and Amanah Mutual Berhad. He is also a board member of the Securities Industry DevelopmentCorporation (SIDC), the training and development arm of the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC). He was formerly the Chairman of Berger InternationalLtd based in Singapore, and Deputy Chairman of InternationalBank Malaysia Berhad. II. IDENTIFY TRENDS, ISSUES AND CHALLENGES INVOLVED Identify trends, issues and challenges regarding the future you are interested about. Use PESTELV Analysis to help you categorized trends, issues and challenges involved.
  9. 9. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] TRENDS (EXTERNAL FACTOR) ISSUES (INTERNAL FACTOR) 1 POLITICAL New world order (digitalized world) Non-sustainable political will 2 ECONOMICAL Funding (budget allocation)  Low budget allocation for text book  Increase operational cost for text book  Printing companies unable to deliver text book on time 3 SOCIAL Globalisation  Learning without boundary  To prepare students for job market  Resistance from parents 4 TECHNOLOGICAL MCMC approval Bandwith coverage Pedagogical Content knowledge  Sub-optimal bandwdith  Vendors appointed incapable to deliver  To integrate content knowledge among various type of schools  Hackers  Malware 5 ENVIRONMENTAL Green, environment friendly and sustainable technology- paperless school Lack of support from Environmental groups 6 LEGAL Intellectual PropertyRight(IPR) Ownershipof Intellectual PropertyRight(IPR) 7 VALUES Teachers-Studentsconventional relationship Level of comprehensionamongstudents
  10. 10. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] III. IDENTIFY AND VERIFY DRIVERS OF CHANGE OR DRIVERS OF THE FUTURE Identify and verify ‘Drivers of change’ and rank them according to their importance fromD1 to D10 D1 Political will D2 Funding D3 No learning boundary D4 Technology support D5 Infrastructure (hardware) D6 Level of students’ comprehension D7 Acceptance by stakeholders D8 Paperless environment D9 Standardized education stream D10 Ownership of Intellectual Property Right (IPR)
  11. 11. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] IV. USE IMPACT-UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS TO HELP RANK AND VERIFY AGAIN YOUR DRIVERS Use ‘Impact-Uncertainty Analysis’ to help rank and verify again your drivers
  12. 12. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] IMPACT MORE LIKELY TO HAPPEN UNCERTAINTY LESS LIKELYTO HAPPEN D1 Political will D2 Funding D7 Acceptance by stakeholders D4 Technology support D5 Infrastructure (hardware) D9 Standardized education stream D3 No learning boundary D10 Ownership of IPR D8 Paperless environment D6 Level of students’ comprehension
  13. 13. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] V. DECIDING THE DIRECTION OF CHANGE (INTEGRATED APPROACH) Drivers of Uncertainty MyVLSS (Preferred) Book Worm (Disowned) e-Hybrid (Integrated) Bravo (Outlier) 1. Political will Strongpolitical will to revampthe education systemwithMyVLSS (Portal MalaysiaVirtual LearninginSecondary School) No political will for change:maintaining statusof complete utilizationof conventional textbook Political will togradually implementvirtual learninginphases Revampof education systemby external forces 2. Funding Givenpriorityandenough budgetallocationfor MyVLSS Budgetallocation only for textbook Integratedbudget allocationforbothtext bookand MyVLSS Sponsorshipfrom UNESCO,etc. 3. Acceptance by stakeholders Full acceptance by stakeholderstouse MyVLSS Resistance touse MyVLSS Gradual acceptance of some amountof virtual learningbyall stakeholder Overwhelming response from secondaryschoolsin rural areaand Sabah and Sarawak 4. Technologysupport Adequate,worldclassICT technologytosupportthe requirementsfor developmentand sustainingof MyVLSS Non-availabilityof technological support Existence of some technological support for developmentof virtual learning Widespreadutilization of Cloudtechnology
  14. 14. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] V. DECIDING THE DIRECTION OF CHANGE APPROACH/MODELS OF SCENARIO BUILDING INTEGRATED APPROACH MyVLSS (preferred) The implementation of virtual learning in secondary schools through portal developed by Ministry of Education Bookworm (disowned) Maintaining status quo of complete rely on conventional text book for teaching E-Hybrid (integrated) The use of text book as main medium of teaching complemented with technology as additional tool Bravo (outlier) Unexpected sponsorship and utilization of virtual learning in all schools of Malaysia(positive unexpected X-factor)
  15. 15. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] VI. FINALIZE WHICH APPROACH/MODEL OF SCENARIO BUILDING TO BE USE AND WRITE THE SCENARIOS Drivers of Uncertainty MyVLSS (preferred) Book Worm (disowned) e-Hybrid (integrated) Bravo (outlier) 1. Political will Strongpolitical will to revampthe education system withvirtual learning No political willforchange ; maintainingstatus of complete utilizationof conventional textbook Political will togradually implemente-learningin phases Revampof education system byexternal forces 2. Funding Givenpriorityandenough budgetallocationfor MyVLSS Budgetallocationonlyfor textbook. Integratedbudget allocationforbothtext bookand MyVLSS SponsorshipfromUNESCO, etc. 3. Acceptance by stakeholders Full acceptance by stakeholderstouse MyVLSS Resistance touse MyVLSS Gradual acceptance of some amountof virtual learningbyall stakeholder Overwhelmingresponse fromsecondaryschoolsin rural areaand Sabah and Sarawak 4. Technologysupport Adequate ,worldclass ICT technologytosupportthe requirementsfor developmentand sustainingof MyVLSS Non-availabilityof technological support Existence of some technological supportfor developmentof virtual learning Widespreadutilizationof Cloudtechnology
  16. 16. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] MyVLSS • Strongpolitical will torevampthe educationsystem withvirtual learning. • Priority and adequate budget isgiven to developMyVLSS. • Full acceptance by all stakeholders towardsimplementationof MyVLSS . • Adequate ,worldclass ICT technologyto supportthe requirementsfordevelopment and sustainingof MyVLSS Bookworm • No political willforchange ; maintainingstatus of complete utilizationof conventional textbook • Budgetallocationonlyfortextbook. • Resistance byall stakeholdersto use MyVLSS • Non-availabilityof technological support for developmentof learning portal Integrated • Political will tograduallyimplemente- learninginphases • Integratedbudgetallocationforboth textbookand MyVLSS • Gradual acceptance of some amount of virtual learningbyall stakeholder • Existence of some technological supportfor developmentof virtual learning Bravo • Revampof educationsystem by external forces • Receive external sponsorshipeg UNESCO. • Overwhelmingresponsefrom secondaryschoolsinrural area and Sabahand Sarawak • Widespreadutilizationof Cloud technology
  17. 17. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE2- POST-SCENARIO BUILDING –DEVELOPING SIGNPOST/ EARLY WARNING SYSTEM Preferred – (MyVLSS) Disowned– (Bookworm) Integrated - (e-Hybrid) (Tahun 2023)  Full acceptance by stakeholders to use MyVLSS  Standardized education stream  Increase contact hours with students  Spacious room for co-curriculum activities  Expansion of MyVLSS to all secondary schools in Malaysia  Back to basic teaching and learning methods.  Gradual replacement of text book with virtual learning (Tahun 2020)  Fully developed and functional Portal MyVLSS in all schools in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johore.  Launching of Virtual School Initiative in pilot schools in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johore.  Full implementation of virtual learning in schools in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johore  Maintaining status quo of full dependence on conventional textbook as teaching and learning medium.  Organize book reading campaign  Gradual improvement in technology to support virtual learning. (Tahun 2017)  Special allocation approved by Cabinet for development of MyVLSS.  Approval by MAMPU and appointment of vendors to develop MyVLSS  Resistance to use MyVLSS  No effort to develop system suitable for virtual learning  Special subsidy to printing industry to ensure quality printed textbook.  Printing companies provide text book together with CD as supplementary teaching/learning tools.  Introduction of virtual learning for certain subject in secondary schools (e.g. language, science, mathematic)  Gradual acceptance of some amount of virtual learning by all stakeholder (Tahun 2015)  MoE produce a new Educational Blue Print to revamp the current education system setting a target to achieve implementation of Virtual Learning in all schools by year 2025.  Promotion of virtual learning in schools to all stake holders  MoE maintain the current National Education Blue Print.  Budget allocation only for text book  Political will to gradually implement virtual learning in phases as outline in the Education Development Plan of MoE for the year 2013-2025.  Budget allocation for both text book and development of MyVLSS
  18. 18. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE2: POST-SCENARIO BUILDING –TRANSLATEFUTUREOPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS TO FUTURE PRODUCTS / SERVICES OPPORTUNITIES THREATS MyVLSS Bookworm e-Hybrid MyVLSS Bookworm e-Hybrid  Development and Innovation inICT industry for securityand storage methodsand capacity  Smart partnershipwith ICT industryand social media  Awareness movement among environmental groupto conserve trees and maintaining ecosystem  Change in approach in tachingand learning methodsand acceptance by younger  Improving technologyof printingusing recyclable materialswhich are more environmental friendlyand doesnot threatenour ecosystem  Future of managedtree plantationto provide materialsfor paper  Future lifestyle of returningto the traditional approach to teachingand learning(Backto basics- needs qualityteacher- student  Smart partnership between traditional printingindustry withthe ICT industry  Gradual acceptance by the stakeholders to incorporate virtual learning inschools  Internet capability unable tomatch demandof usage.  Limitedaccess of internetin certain geographical areas and certain marginalized population  Increase in awarenessof publiconthe perilsof choppingdown trees.  Campaignto boycott hardcopyof booksby NGOs and lobbyist  Lack of financial supportor subsidytofund developmentof technological supportfor software development.  Increase costfor printing companiesto provide additional materialsor software as supplementto the conventional books.  Highercost of learning material that neededtobe borne by governmentand parents.
  19. 19. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] generation(Gen Y and Gen Z)  Massive improvementin developingof software includinge-book , e-journal and othertools interactiontime) PRODUCTS / SERVICES MyVLSS Bookworm e-Hybrid MyVLSS Bookworm e-Hybrid  Portal –MyVLSS  Storage and archiving– Cloud@My VLSS  Toolsfor assessmentof students- Nilai@MyVLSS  GreenBookor EarthBook  Productof learning materialseg e-Matematiks,e- Biology,e-Kimia , e-Fiziketc  Providinghigh speed free wifi inrural schools and certain facilitieswithin the community eg 1-Bestarinet  Promoting recyclable paper campaignto industryand consumers  Tax reductionor exemptionfor companiesusing environmentally friendly materials  Tax reductionor exemptionfor companies providinghybrid teachingand learning materials CONSOLIDATED PRODUCTS & SERVICES MyVLSS Bookworm e-Hybrid 1 Malaysia Virtual Learning Centre Website GreenBook Concept Printing Consortium SmartBook Programme for all schools
  20. 20. [TITLE : THE FUTURE OF TEXT BOOK IN SECONDARY SCHOOL 2025] PHASE2: POST-SCENARIO BUILDING –DEVELOPING STRATEGIES FOR EACH SCENARIOS STRATEGIES FOR SCENARIO A (MyVLSS) STRATEGIES FOR SCENARIO B (Bookworm)  Funding–togenerate from governmentbudgetandadditional sponsorshipfromUNESCO,NGOs and AsianDevelopment Bank  Hardware supportincludingcomputers,laptops/tabletsand broadband– central procurementbyMoE  HomegrownSoftware developmentandmaintenance byICT Divisionof MoE  Developmentof specific curriculumandrelevantcourse materialsbythe CuriculumDivisionof MoE  To establish Corporate DivisioninMoE as a “marketingtool”to promote conceptof virtual learninginschoolsthroughvarious medium–to targetparents,teachers,students,potential studentsandpolicymakerswithinMoE  Partnershipwithsocial mediatopromote virtual learningeg viaFacebookIdolsasicon/ambassadorforMyVLSS  Trainingof all teachersinthe methodologyand skills/competenciesrequiredforvirtual learning.  Campaignstouse recyclable materialsforprintingpurposes.  Special subsidyortax exemptionforprintingcompaniesusing recyclable papers.  Merger of small unprofitableprintingcompaniestoform printingconsortium-GreenBookConceptPrintingConsortium whichwill be the onlysupplierof school textbooksforall publicschoolsinMalaysia STRATEGIES FOR SCENARIO C (E-Hybrid) STRATEGIES FOR SCENARIO D (Bravo)  Strategicpartnershipbetweentraditional printingcompany withICT company for massproductionof hybridreading materialsforstudents  Facilitatingthe unexpectedresponse towardsthe revampof the entire educationsysteminMalaysianschools including increaseddemandsforhardware andICTinfrastructure .  Innovative approachof usingyoungergenerationof teachers/ freshgraduate whoare gadgetsavvyto be trainedas virtual learningspecialistteachers.
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