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GROUP NAME MEMBER

NAME MATRIC NUMBER
MOHAMAD ZULKEFLI BIN ISMAIL

D20111048195
MOHD ASFIA MAHYUS BIN ABDUL
RAHMAN

D20111049210
MOHAMAD FAUZEE NORDIN BIN
IMAN

D20111049235
MUHAMAD ASYRAF BIN BASIRON

D20111049245
MUDZAFFAR HILMI BIN ALI JOHARI


D20111049299
MUHAMMAD SYAFIQ BIN MOSMAN D2011049242
subtopics

Relationship with society.
Teachers and parents.
Current educational issues.
Education and globalization
INTRODUCTION
 Schools - an organization (formal organization) in developing
and producing students who are not only intelligent but also
credible, charismatic and competent to be a leader in the
future

 School environment that is clean, tidy and cheerful look to be
able to provide a good teaching and learning and help teachers
and students to follow the teaching and learning to be more
comfortable and effective.

 There are schools that provide attractive landscapes such as
the herb garden, bird, rabbit garden, fish pond with a fountain or
water flow. Atmosphere reflects the seriousness administrators
and teachers provide a conducive learning environment.
 According to the OED (Oxford Dictionary
English) community is a small group of
people to live together and they are
interconnected with each other or in other
words live a small area or a large country.

 Each community has a feature that covers the
following areas of traditional values,
ethnicity, social class,occupation, type of
accommodation, location, religion, political
differences.
SCOPE TO BE DISCUSSED
 As a small community school concept
 The concept of the school as a social system
 Examples of society who are connected to
school.
 Function and role of the school and community
 Social problems of students
 Measures to maintain the relationship between
school and community
As a small community school
concept
 Every person who is in a same community can
interact with each other and in the school and
each school has a different culture and
arranged according to their own culture and
follow school rules.

 Head teachers / principals, teachers, staff and
students must carry out their duties in
accordance with the prescribed role
The concept of the school as a social
system
 Basic institutional features of the social system
in which the teacher has the power authority
to perform various functions and reserves the
right to have goals and objectives contained in
the enactment of the teaching profession.

 Social system in the school is involved in
associations such as parent-teacher
association, the board of supervisors, uniformed
bodies, sports and games, clubs and
associations and others.
Examples of society who are connected
to school.

1) SCHOOL OF BODIES AND
ORGANIZATIONS

2) 2) MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL.

3) 3) SCHOOL AND CONSULTANCY

BODIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

 Contributing to the continuation of the tradition of excellence of
students.
 Organizations provide students with new knowledge that can be
applied in life.
 For example, the Federation of Peninsular Malay Students (GMPS,
Society of St. John Ambulance.
 This association can work with schools to help students by giving
them activities that the students can build themselves as
indomitable camps and educational forums and charitable
activities.

MEMBERS OF RELIGION

 Important in helping students strengthen faith

 Members - clergy should provide free
counseling services to troubled schools.

CONSULTANCY /
COUNSELOR

 Reference point for troubled individuals who
want a solution

 These experts can give talks or motivational
and learning all the tips and guides to all types
of schools

 Schools should also organize the spirit of self-
motivation and personal development of
students in schools that can be fostered by
encouraging words from specialist counseling.
SCHOOL FAIR FESTIVAL
ORGANISED
Function and role of the school
and community
1) Teachers as professionals position

2) The role of teachers on students'

3) The role of teachers in society

4) The role of teacher to other teachers
Social problems of students
 smoking problem

 drug problem

 Truancy problem

 Problems having sex

 Black Metal culture problem
Measures to maintain the relationship between
school and community

 leadership

 Teachers and the community in relation to
community a mutual understanding

 tolerance

 Ready to accept criticism and reproach

 Ready to share ideas, energy and science
OPERATING SKILLS FOR
PARENTS OF STUDENTS
Attitude that parents of students of
varying
The school should respect their views.
The school must have patience and
self-control
Be a good listener.
 Parents play an important role for the
development of a school

 The role and responsibility of parents in
the school have an impact on the progress
and achievements of the school

 Any difference in terms of views and
opinions among parents is not a barrier to
improve school performance

 Parents can also be a catalyst for creating
alliances and smart partnerships. Parents
together curb discipline problems.

 A workable strategy is to strengthen ties
between the school and parents through the
PTA.
PTA
 Foster good relations and cooperation
between the school and parents to produce
individuals that are useful to the community,
the nation and the country.

 Safeguard and protect the welfare of
students and teachers as well as contribute
to the development of school
 Create the environment that is best to
enable students to achieve constitutional
spiritual, moral, mental and physical.

 Providing financial support to the activities
of the school.
 What psychologist says about unhealthy issues among
students?
 Why students do the things that bring harm to yourself
and study?
 Discuss current issues happening in education?
 How to reduce the problem? What actions should be
taken: -
- parents
- students
- school
- community
- The government and the Ministry of Education
- Mass media
-PBS (school based assessment)
 According to the House Dictionary is defined as the
phenomenon of globalization makes the world smaller in
terms of human relations anywhere because due to the speed
the development of information technology.

EFFECTS
 Education in this country to be open to the outside world.
 Changes to the process of generating ideas, values,
knowledge, the role of students and teachers in the
education system of universal
 Put pressure on teachers to plan curriculum programs in
order to address the needs of globalization in education
 Changes in the education system
 Use of information technology
 democratization of education
 Religion and social problems
GLOBALISATION
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
MEDIUM