seminar kreativiti dan inovasi dalam kurikulum

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“Peneraju Pendidikan Negara”
SEMINAR KREATIVITI DAN
INOVASI DALAM KURIKULUM
(SKIK) 2013 KPM
TARIKH: 25-28 NOVEMBER 2013
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TARIKH DAN TEMPAT
• 25 – 28 NOVEMBER 2013
TARIKH
• Nouvelle Hotel, Sg Besi Highway
TEMPAT
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OBJEKTIF SEMINAR
Meningkatkan kesedaran tentang kepentingan budaya kreativiti dan inovasi
dalam kalangan pendidik.
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Memberi pendedahan kepada guru dan mencetuskan idea tentang
pendekatan pengajaran dan pembelajaran yang mampu menghasilkan
murid yang kritis, kreatif dan inovatif.
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Berkongsi pengalaman dan amalan terbaik tentang pelbagai strategi
pengajaran dan pembelajaran ke arah mewujudkan persekitaran
pembelajaran yang kondusif bagi memantapkan pelaksanaan kurikulum
untuk menghasilkan murid yang kritis, kreatif dan inovatif.
Mendapatkan input dan pandangan tentang kesesuaian kandungan
kurikulum kebangsaan ke arah menghasilkan murid yang kritis, kreatif
dan inovatif
Membina jaringan sokongan dan hubungan intelektual antara para
cendekiawan dan para pendidik.
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TEMA SEMINAR
PdP KREATIF
PENCETUS
INOVASI
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PESERTA SEMINAR
Bil.
Peserta Seminar
“Peneraju Pendidikan Negara”
Bilangan
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Pembentang kertas kerja
7
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Pegawai BPK (bilangan peserta mengikut agihan sektor)
33
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Guru Cemerlang (3 orang dari setiap JPN)
48
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Guru-guru
152
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Pensyarah IPGM
27
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Pensyarah IPTA
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Pensyarah IAB/Matrikulasi/ELTC
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Swasta (universiti/guru) AIM/MDEC (tidak termasuk dalam pakej)
25
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Pegawai Akademik JPN/PPD
48
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Pentadbir Sekolah
48
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Pegawai Bahagian
16
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25
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Jumlah
438
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“Peneraju Pendidikan Negara”
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ATUR CARA PROGRAM
HARI PERTAMA (ISNIN, 25 NOVEMBER 2013)
2.00 ptg – 6.00 ptg
Pendaftaran
8.00 mlm -10.00 mlm
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8.30 pg – 10.30 pg
Pembentang 1: Catherine Saldutti (Educhange Inc.) Pengerusi: Dr. Azian TS Abdullah (TP)
Tajuk: Stable Design Principles in a Changing Landscape: Engineering Education Tools that Foster Flexible & Creative Thinking
Rehat
Pembentang 2: YBhg. Profesor Dr Alma Harris (UM) Pengerusi: Pn. Ho Wooi Cheng
Tajuk: Transforming Schools and School Systems: Collaboration and Consolidation
Makan tengah hari dan Rehat
Pembentang 3: YBhg. Profesor Dato’ Dr Yusof Othman (UKM) Pengerusi : Dr. A’azmi bin Shahri
Tajuk: PdP Kreatif Menjana Inovasi
Demo on New Learning Solution : Imaginality Pengerusi : Tn. Hj. Sofian Azmi b. Tajul Arus
Rehat dan minum petang
Pembentang 4: Dr. Raslan bin Ahmad (MIGHT) Pengerusi : YBhg. Datin Dr Ng Soo Boon
Tajuk:Science to Action: Fueling the economy through education, technological innovation & entrepreneurship
Minum malam
HARI KEDUA (SELASA, 26 NOVEMBER 2013)
10.30 pg – 11.00 pg
11.00 pg – 1.00 tgh hari
1.00 tgh hari – 2.30 ptg
2.30 ptg – 4.30 ptg
4.30 - 5.00 ptg
8.30 mlm – 10.00 mlm
10.00 malam
Dewan Konvensyen
(MAKAN MALAM)
Ucapan Alu-Aluan YBrs. Dr. Masnah binti Ali Muda (Pengarah BPK)
Ucapan Pembukaan Rasmi (YBhg. Dato’ Dr. Ir. Zaini bin Ujang KSU II KPM)
“Peneraju Pendidikan Negara”
Dewan Konvensyen
Dewan Konvensyen
Dewan Konvensyen
Dewan Konvensyen
HARI KETIGA (RABU, 27 NOVEMBER 2013)
8.30 pg – 10.30 pg
10.30 pg – 11.00 pg
11.00 pg – 1.00 tgh hari
1.00 tgh hari – 2.30 ptg
2.30 ptg – 4.30 ptg
4.30 ptg – 5.15 ptg
8.30 mlm – 10.00 mlm
10.00 malam
Pembentang 5: YBhg. Dato’ Radin Firdaus bin Radin Lockman (MyPeC) Pengerusi: Tn. Hj. Naza Idris bin Saadon
Tajuk: Nurturing Innovation Through Transformation in Education
Rehat
Pembentang 6: Dr. Mazalan bin Kamis (YIM) Pengerusi : Dr. Rusilawati binti Othman
Tajuk: Inovasi Dalam Sektor Awam
Makan tengah hari dan Rehat
Pembentang 7: Dr. Mohd. bin Samsudin (UKM) Pengerusi : En. Mohd. Faudzan bin Hamzah
Tajuk: Inovasi dalam PdP: Kaedah Berkesan dan Cabaran Masa Hadapan
Pembentang 8: En.Tan Shu Hiong (Genovasi) Pengerusi: Pn. Zaidah binti Mohd. Yusof
Tajuk: Application is the Key to Innovation
Rehat dan minum petang
BENGKEL PENYEDIAAN RUMUSAN : Pengerusi : En. Shamsuri bin Sujak (TP)
Minum malam
Dewan Konvensyen
Dewan Konvensyen
Dewan Konvensyen
Dewan Konvensyen
Bilik 1
HARI KEEMPAT (KHAMIS, 28 NOVEMBER 2013)
8.30 pg – 9.30 pg
9.30 pg – 10.30 pg
10.30 pg -12.30 tgh hari
Pembentangan 9: Tn. Hj. Sofian Azmi bin Tajul Arus (BPK) Pengerusi: Pn. Hjh. Faseha binti Jelani
Dewan Konvensyen
Tajuk: Penyerapan kemahiran berfikir dalam kurikulum
PEMBENTANGAN RUMUSAN Pengerusi : En. Shamsuri bin Sujak (TP)
Ucapan penutupan rasmi oleh YBhg. Datuk Dr. Amin bin Senin TKPPM (Dasar dan Pembangunan Pendidikan) Dewan Konvensyen7
PEMBENTANG KERTAS KERJA
Beberapa pensyarah dan tokoh terkemuka akan berkongsi
kepakaran dalam bidang kreativiti dan inovasi.
Mereka adalah seperti berikut :
 Catherine Saldutti (Educhange Inc, US)
 YBhg. Profesor Dr. Alma Harris
(Institut of Education Leadership - UM)
 YBhg. Profesor Dato’ Dr. Mohd. Yusof bin Othman (UKM)
 Dr. Raslan bin Ahmad (MIGHT)
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 Dr. Mazalan bin Kamis (YIM)
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 YBhg. Dato’ Radin Firdaus bin Radin Lockman (myPEC)
 Dr. Mohd. bin Samsudin (UKM)
 En. Tan Shu Hiong (Genovasi)
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Dr Raslan Ahmad (MIGHT)
Abstract
 Today, nations including Malaysia look towards science, technology and innovation as a
means of overcoming the middle income trap that we are faced today. Scientific advances
and technological innovation are important drivers of economic performance. The ability
to create, distribute and exploit knowledge through science, technology and
entrepreneurship has become a major source of competitive advantage, wealth creation
and improvements in the quality of life. This is why Government of Malaysia through
Global Science Innovation Advisory Council (GSIAC) and Malaysian Industry Government
Group for High Technology (MIGHT) launched “Science to Action” or S2A Initiative. The S2A
initiative is made up of three key components: Science to Industry, Science to Well-Being
and Science to Governance. For Science to Industry the focus is to establish an innovation
culture and strengthen the capabilities of the industry to generate new wealth. These
include the effort to inculcate the Silicon Valley culture of "Innovate or Perish". For Science
to Well-being the aim is to upgrade the rakyat’s standard of living through the usage and
mastery of science, technology and innovation. This initiative now being implemented by
the Ministry of Education also emphasizes excellence in the national education system
especially in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) by
giving specific concentration to the young generation and youths. Thirdly, for Science to
Governance, the thrust is to strengthen public and private service delivery systems in order
to create a conducive environment and ecosystem that can become a catalyst to the
development of science. This core initiative will be spurred through the Third National
Science, Technology and Innovation Policy overseen by the Ministry of Science, Technology
and Innovation that has been endorsed by the Cabinet last April.
Biodata
 Raslan Ahmad is currently Senior Vice President of MIGHT and Head of MIGHT International. Prior to
joining MIGHT, he was Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia (YIM) or Malaysia
Innovation Foundation (MIF – http://www.yim.my) an entity under the purview of Ministry of Science,
Technology and Innovation (MOSTI). Prior to joining YIM, he was undersecretary of ICT Policy Division,
MOSTI from 2006-2009. Throughout his service, he had covered major areas of ICT policy planning,
implementation and monitoring. He was entrusted to coordinate and manage ICT Cluster includes
supervised ICT agencies (i.e. Multimedia Development Corporation, MIMOS, Cyber Security Malaysia
and .my Domain) and its programs (i.e. MSC Malaysia, Knowledge Grid Malaysia, ICT for All Program
etc.), lead National ICT Council Secretariat, managed e-Content and Demonstrator Application Grant
Scheme (DAGS)/fund, monitor the implementation of National ICT Roadmap and National Cyber
Security Policy and coordinate the ICT international cooperation. As undersecretary of ICT Policy,
Raslan chaired several National ICT Committees i.e. ISC G - Industry Standards Committee on
Information Technology, Telecommunications and Multimedia, e-Content and DAGS Evaluation and
Disbursement Committee.
 Raslan gained a B.A. (Hons.) Degree in Southeast Asian Studies and Master of Philosophy in Human
Development at the University of Malaya in 1987 and 1991 and Ph.D in Science Policy and Technology
Management at Policy Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (PREST), an institute of the
University of Manchester in 1999. Raslan started off his career 26 years ago as Coordinator for
Corporate Planning Division of MIMOS (Malaysian Institute of Microelectronic Systems) and grew with
the government R&D powered house through its corporatization process along the years. With over 16
years of experience in MIMOS, Raslan brings with him a wealth of experience in corporate planning,
R&D management, government and universities alliances services having served various positions in
the organization. His last position at MIMOS was Director, Government and Universities alliances.
Professor Alma Harris
Transforming Schools and School Systems: Collaboration and Consolidation
Abstract
 Creativity and innovation are the cornerstones of educational transformation and change.
School and system improvement will not be secured without a shift in emphasis from
knowledge exchange to knowledge creation. This will require greater innovation and
creativity in our schools and school systems than ever before. However the challenges
associated with this shift cannot be underestimated. This keynote focuses on the
challenges, potential and possibilities of school and system transformation. It explores how
creativity and innovation can be secured at scale through a combination of collaboration
and consolidation. It considers the type of educational leadership required to support such
change and argues for distributed leadership where it is expertise, rather than role, than
defines the leader. The keynote will explore how professional collaboration is being used in
many countries to generate the social capital required for educational transformation and
improvement. It will explain how professional collaboration is a powerful strategy for
organizational improvement and will argue that collaboration needs to be coupled with
consolidation in order to sustain the most effective professional practices. The keynote
concludes by arguing that collective and inter-dependent professional learning is critical for
educational transformation, if lasting improvement, enhanced creativity and focused
innovation is to be fully realised.
Biodata
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2010-2012
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1982 – 1985
current Director, Institute of Educational Leadership, University of Malaya (leave of absence from IOE for two years)
Senior Policy Adviser, Welsh Government (full time secondment)
Pro-Director (Leadership) &
Director- London Leadership Centre
Professor of Educational Leadership
Institute of Education, University of London
Senior Policy Adviser, Welsh Assembly Government (part time secondment)
Pro-Director (Leadership) & Professor of Educational Leadership
Institute of Education, University of London
Director of the Institute of Education
Professor of School Leadership
Director Leadership, Development and Policy Research Unit
University of Warwick
Deputy Chair of Faculty of Social Studies, University of Warwick
Professor of School Leadership
Director Leadership, Development and Policy Research Unit
University of Warwick
Reader in Education Management and Leadership: University of Nottingham
Director of Research Students: University of Nottingham
Senior Lecturer in Education: University of Nottingham
Co-Director of the Centre for Teacher and School Development: University of Nottingham
Lecturer in Education: University of Nottingham
Staff Tutor: Open University
Research Officer: University of Bath
Co-Director of the Centre for School Improvement: University of Bath
Education-Business Advisor: Business Development Centre, Welsh Development Agency
Head of Economics Department: Mountain Ash Comprehensive School, Mid-Glamorgan
Catherine Saldutti
Stable Design Principles in a Changing Landscape:
Engineering Education Tools that Foster Flexible & Creative Thinking
Abstract
 It is clear that national economic development depends on the development of human
capital. Schools, universities, libraries and elders used to be the main arbiters of
information, and those desiring knowledge needed to physically travel to these resources
in order to acquire knowledge. Now that information can be accessed anytime and
anywhere, will the education establishment retain value into the future? They absolutely
can and should. Those who are willing to think proactively about educational design and
delivery in this changing landscape will successfully develop the human capital necessary
to drive economic development.
 In this presentation, Catherine Saldutti will discuss her own organization’s educational
design principles that have remained stable since 2002. These principles have survived
many changes at the local, state, national and global levels. She will describe the notion
of educational tools as “instructional infrastructure” that must create a reliable backbone
for schools in a time of change. Synchronized innovation at every level—from classroom
to MOE—will be necessary to promote flexibility and creativity in young learners. Stable
designs also are important for fostering the development of balanced learners. Two
educational tools will be used to demonstrate the design principles, and data gathered
from secondary schools over this 10+ year period will be shared.
Biodata
 Catherine Saldutti has over 20 years of experience in secondary education, and
has served as a teacher, administrator, professional development provider,
program evaluator and designer of educational products.
 She founded EduChange in 2000 to provide practical solutions for teaching and
learning. Her team of senior consultants has built relationships with over 350
schools in New York City and several school districts across the USA. In 2006
Saldutti founded Teachers for Learners to design instructional tools including
Concept Construxions, a patented system to support cross-disciplinary, multilevel academic discourse, critical thinking, and technical or academic language
acquisition. In 2010 she began forging relationships with education
professionals and ministry officials in Chile, New Zealand and the UK.
 After a 10-year implementation and data collection period in NYC with
partnering scientists from The Rockefeller University, the Integrated Biology &
Chemistry Program has been digitally deployed in a Sao Paulo school and is
being marketed internationally. Saldutti earned degrees from Stanford
University, where she contributed preliminary work to the Technology
Education section of TIMSS, and The Harvard Graduate School of Education,
where she served as Chair of the Dean’s Advisory Committee.
Dato’ Radin Firdaus bin Radin Lockman
Nurturing Innovation Through Transformation in Education
Abstract
There is a saying that “All things happen twice, once in your mind and once in reality – Aisha Chaudhary”. Creativity is about unleashing the
potential of the mind to conceive new ideas and if pursued would lead to innovations which are the external manifestations of that creativity.
Innovation is thus about introducing beneficial change into relatively stable systems. In order to make something useful out of this notion, we need
to get a broader and deeper perspective and understanding about creativity and innovation. While the chase is for innovation and the prime mover
is creativity, I believe the goal in the bigger picture is to transform Malaysia into an innovation-led, high-income economy in this challenging
globalization era. In essence it is through innovation that we seek to achieve this goal and to increase our nation’s wealth creation capabilities. The
main group who will have to make this happen are the young who are still being nurtured within our school and education systems. As such it is
the teachers/educators who will be taking the lead role to equip the students with the necessary knowledge and 21 st-century skills in order for them
to develop and grow within this environment and be competitive on the global stage. How we live, work, play and learn has been dramatically
transformed by technology over the past 20 years. We need different skills today than we did in the 20 th century and educational institutions have a
critical role to play in developing those skills. However due to the changes, traditional education delivery approaches are no longer effective. An
organization called ATC21S is a project group (sponsored by three MNCs Cisco Systems Inc., Intel Corporation and Microsoft Corp.) to research
and develop new approaches, methods and technologies for measuring the success of 21st-century teaching and learning in classrooms around
the world. They have identified ten (10) 21st century skill-sets (including creativity and innovation) and categorized them into four (4) groups: (a)
Ways of thinking - (i) creativity and innovation, (ii) critical-thinking, problem-solving and decision-making, (iii) learning to learn, (b) Ways of working
– (iv) communication, (v) collaboration {teamwork}, (c ) Tools for working – (vi) information and communication technology (ICT) literacy, (vii)
information literacy, and (d) Skills for living in the world – (viii) citizenship – local & global, (ix) life and career, and (x) personal and social
responsibility including cultural awareness and competency. From my perspective, success will depend on a holistic planning and execution
involving the interacting dynamics between three key elements: (1) the students/learners, (2) the teachers/educators, and (3) the classroom
environment which includes the learning process (pedagogy), the contents, and the technology. For the student/learner, they need to appreciate
that all learning development must grow from within themselves. For the teachers/educators, it is no longer relevant to be the sage on the stage;
their role is more of the facilitator in the learning process. For the classroom environment, it must be able to deliver the features and characteristics
of practicality, relevance, inspiring, meaningful and engaging.
Biodata
 Began career in April 1973 with Kerajaan Malaysia (PTD) as Penolong Pegawai Daerah, Raub and Penolong Setiausaha Kerajaan, Pahang.
 After obtaining his computer science diploma in June 1975, he joined Telecoms Dept as a Computer Analyst, and later promoted as Operations
Manager in its Computer Dept. In October 1978 he joined the private sector in Oil & Gas MNC Esso Production Malaysia Inc (EPMI - now
Exxon-Mobil). His career at EPMI spanned 20+ years moving up in its Information Systems Department in various positions as Computer
Science Analyst (1978), Computer Science Supervisor (1983), Computer Services Manager (1986), Technology Planning Coordinator (1991)
and Planning & Budget Advisor (1995). As part of EPMI’s management development program and to broaden his experience in the oil & gas
industry, he was assigned on rotational assignments to EPMI’s Production Department as a Senior Staff Engineer involved in the planning and
evaluation of EPMI’s near and long term strategic plans (1987) and to EPMI’s Exploration & Production Planning Department as a Senior Staff
Business Analyst (1988). He was also selected for overseas assignments normally given to high potential employees to gain international
exposure and Exxon corporate-wide training: as a Computer Science Analyst in Esso Australia Ltd, Sydney (1981-1982); as a Regional
Technology Coordinator in Exxon Company International HQ, as Client Support Center Consultant in Exxon Central Services, New Jersey,
USA (1989-1990).
 His various roles and responsibilities in a world-class company at EPMI (Exxon-Mobil) provided him a wide ranging knowledge and skills at the
highest level in areas of operations, technical, project management, business planning and managerial, as well as work experience that
combines the role of high-technology and business in the global context. Having acquired experience from the government sector and big
company business, he further broaden his scope of experience by venturing into the small start-up business sector with special focus on high
technology. In December 1999, he left EPMI to join AO Technology Sdn Bhd (AOTech) as General Manager. The early 2000 saw a huge
market push for fibreoptic network systems (driven by tremendous growth in Internet traffic. AOTech collaborated with Universiti Malaya
(Professor Dr Harith Ahmad) to manufacture and commercialise fibreoptic network system component products (developed by the university
Science Faculty under its R&D projects). The project was aborted following the subsequent crash of the Internet dot.com bubble.
 In 2001 he joined Dataran Berlian Sdn Bhd (DBSB) as Executive Director. DBSB is a TNB registered vendor and provides services to do
computer load monitoring and data logging of TNB sub-stations. DBSB does its own R&D and successfully developed a “computerised load
monitoring and data logging system” which was awarded a Malaysian Patent in 2002. In 2004 the Ministry of Science & Technology approved
an Industrial Research grant for DBSB to undertake an R&D project to high-grade the technology. DBSB also successfully secured equity
participation from a Venture Capital company to co-fund the project. Dato’ Radin Firdaus was instrumental in the process of getting the
approvals. The project has been successfully completed. He relinquished his position as Exec. Director in 2006 in order to pursue other
business interests but continues to provide ad hoc consulting as Busines Development Advisor in DBSB. In 2006 he setup Usaha Damai Gas
Sdn Bhd (UDGSB), an SME company involved in the construction industry. Some of its major projects include (1) gas piping works for Kinsteel
Berhad at its steel plant in Kuantan, Pahang; (2) Reinforced Concrete works for Taisei Corporation at the Jimah Coal-Fired Power Plant project
in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan and (3) Mechanical & Electrical infrastructure works at the Sepang Goldcoast Sdn Bhd water-villa project in
Sepang, Selangor. In 2012 he accepted the position of independent Chairman, Board of Advisors of MYPEC Sdn Bhd (MyPEC). MyPEC is an
education training company which specialises on business and entrepreneurship skills development using the concept of experiential learning
(Learning-by-Doing). MyPEC delivers its training programs through the operations of globally networked ‘practice enterprises (PEs)’ platform
and with business processes supported by innovative and advanced software technologies.
 Participated in Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) sponsored and UUM-CEDI & MyPEC organized ‘National IPTA Business &
Entrepreneurship Simulation Competition’ 2012 and 2013 as chairman/moderator of Venture Capital panel and Board of Directors panel;
Represented MyPEC as a member of Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia, Jawatankuasa Penasihat Transformasi Kurikulum Pendidikan Teknikal
Profesor Dato’ Dr Mohd. Yusof Othman
KREATIVITI MENJANA INOVASI
Abstrak
 Kreativiti dan inovasi adalah aktiviti manusia. Kreativiti dan inovasi juga adalah amalan hidup
manusia. Tiada pembangunan dan kemajuan diri, masyarakat, negara dan tamadun tanpa
kreativiti dan inovasi. Negara maju ditandai dengan pelbagai kreativiti dan inovasi dalam pelbagai
bidang disiplin yang menjadi tunjang kepada pembangunan negara mereka. Kreativiti dan inovasi
tidak lahir dalam vakum. Sesiapa sahaja, malah negara yang tidak bersedia untuk melakukan
pelbagai kreativiti dan inovasi akan menjadi mangsa mereka yang kreatif dan berinovatif. Kreativiti
dan inovasi memerlukan kepada pembangunan seluruh modal dan potensi insan yang
merangkumi ruh, qalb, nafs, akal dan jasad. Malangnya dalam dunia yang diwarnai oleh sains dan
teknologi, kreativiti yang bersifat kebendaan dan objektif telah diberikan kedudukan yang tinggi
sehingga mengabaikan kreativiti yang bersifat kerohanian dan subjektif. Kreativiti dan inovasi juga
memerlukan kepada adab dan akhlak terpuji. Tanpa adab dan akhlak terpuji kreativiti dan inovasi
banyak menghasilkan kedurjanaan dan mendatangkan kerosakan daripada kebaikan dan menjana
keindahan dalam pembangunan. Kertas ini membicarakan selayang pandang tentang kepentingan
kreativiti dan inovasi dalam kehidupan manusia – satu-satunya makhluk yang diamanahkan untuk
menjadi khalifah Allah di bumi ini. Jepun dan Switzerland telah dijadikan rujukan asas bagaimana
kegiatan kreativiti dan inovasi dapat membantu negara yang mempunyai sumber alam dan bentuk
geografi yang terhad dan tidak kondusif sebagai negara maju yang disegani di seluruh dunia.
Biodata
 Mohd. Yusof Hj. Othman adalah Profesor di Program Fizik, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). Sebelum ini beliau adalah Ketua, Jabatan
Fizik (1990-94); Timbalan Dekan, Fakulti Sains dan Teknologi (1994-2002); Pengarah, Pusat Pengurusan Penyelidikan & Inovasi, UKM (200207); dan Pengarah Pertama, Institut Islam Hadhari sejak Julai 2007 di universiti tersebut. Beliau mendapat Ijazah Sarjanamuda Sains (Fizik)
(1976) daripada UKM, Sarjana Sains (Solid State Physics) daripada Univ. of London (1977) dan PhD (Solar Energy) daripada Univ of Aston,
UK (1984).
 Prof. Yusof terlibat dalam penyelidikan tenaga keterbaharuan lebih 30 tahun yang lalu. Sumbangan utama beliau adalah dalam kajian sinaran
suria, dan sistem suria terma dan fotovoltan. Kajian utamanya adalah dalam mereka cipta pengumpul suria untuk air dan udara panas, sistem
pam air suria, sistem fotovoltan tersambung ke grid dan terakhir ini sistem pengumpul fotovoltan terma. Beliau adalah di antara ahli akademik
UKM yang membangunkan Kumpulan Penyelidikan Tenaga Suria, UKM dan kemudiannya tertubuh Institut Penyelidikan Tenaga Suria (SERI)
sebagai pusat kecemerlangan penyelidikan negara (2005), dan beliau juga adalah Setiausaha Pengasas Institut Tenaga Malaysia (1992-2005).
Beliau terpilih untuk menjadi ahli majlis World Renewable Energy Network (WREN) sejak 1992. Pernah menjadi Profesor Pelawat Department
of Engineering, University of Reading, UK (1994). Kini beliau adalah Ketua Editor Jurnal Hadhari, Editor Bersekutu the International Journal of
Renewable Energy (2005-2010), Lembaga Editor Review untuk Scientific Journal International sejak Julai 2007, pewasit kepada International
Journal of Sustainable and Renewable Energy Review, dan International Advisory Board bagi Journal cUlum Islamiyyah. Pengerusi, Panel
Pakar Falsafah Sains (2010-12) dan ahli Jawatankuasa Penerbitan (2012-14), Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. Beliau menerima “WREN Pioneer”
Award daripada World Renewable Energy Network/Congress, 2004 dan ‘outstanding cooperation & support during two decades’ (2010) kerana
kegiatannya dalam bidang tenaga keterbaharuan. Beliau juga dijemput untuk mewakili beberapa panel di peringkat kementerian.
 Beliau juga adalah Ahli Majlis Kebangsaan Hal Ehwal Islam Malaysia sejak 2006, Setiausaha Panel Dakwah bagi Majlis Perunding Islam
Malaysia (2008-2011), Ahli Lembaga Penasihat, Institut Wasatiyyah Malaysia (2013-15). Beliau telah menulis dan penulis bersama lebih dari
350 rencana jurnal, pascasidang, dan seminar bidang tenaga keterbaharuan, fizik, dan pendidikan & falsafah sains. Telah menulis 25 buah
buku dalam bidang fizik dan bacaan awam. Telah mendaftar sebanyak 11 paten. Beliau menerima beberapa anugerah dari UKM – Anugerah
Perkhidmatan Cemerlang untuk 1990 dan 1993; Anugerah Khas Kreativiti dan Inovasi Kategori Kategori kakitangan akademik (1997);
Anugerah Khidmat Masyarakat bagi ahli Akademik (1998); dan Anugerah Khas Penerbitan Akademik (2003). Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi
menganugerahkan kepada beliau Anugerah Saintis Cemerlang (2004 & 2005) dan Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia menganugerah kepada
beliau Tokoh Akademik Bahasa Melayu 2013. Beliau juga adalah penerima Darjah Kesatria Mangku Negara (KMN) daripada DYMM Yang
Dipertuan Agong (1993), Darjah Dato’ Setia Negeri Sembilan (DSNS) daripada DYMM Dipertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan (2008) dan Darjah
Setia Pangkuan Negeri (DSPN) dari TYT Dipertua Pulau Pinang (2009). Beliau juga adalah penerima Anugerah Penghargaan Maal Hijrah
(1426H-2006) daripada Kerajaan Malaysia, dan Tokoh Maal Hijrah daripada Kerajaan Pulau Pinang (1429H-2008).
 Prof. Yusof menerima lapan anugerah daripada UKM; 13 daripada Kementerian Sains, Teknologi dan Inovasi Malaysia; 4 anugerah daripada
International Exhibition of Inventions, Geneva, Switzerland; 3 anugerah daripada Seoul International Invention Fair, dan 3 anugerah di INPEX
2008 Invention & New Production Exposition, Pittsburgh, USA di atas kajian penyelidikannya sejak1990. Beliau juga adalah penerima Henry
Goh Award 2000 untuk Most Environment Friendly Invention 2000; Environmental Protection Prize daripada Swiss Society for the Protection of
The Environment in 2001; Special Award daripada Taiwan Inventors Association in Seoul International Invention Fair 2004; The International
Federation of Inventor’s Associations (IFIA), Geneva, Switzerland Gold Medal (2008), dan Special Prize from Korea Invention Promotion
Association for commending excellent efforts to create invention exhibited at INPEX 2008 Invention & New Production Exposition, Pittsburgh,
USA.
Dr Mohd bin Samsudin
Inovasi dalam Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran: Kaedah berkesan dan Cabaran
Masa Depan di Malaysia
Abstrak
 Penggunaan inovasi adalah suatu yang penting bidang pendidikan pada
masa kini. Inovasi ini telah menjadi topik penting yang telah lama
wujud dalam sistem pendidikan di sekolah-sekolah negara-negara maju.
Manakala negara-negara sedang membangun turut memberikan perhatian dan
mula menggerakkan model inovasi yang sesuai dalam bidang pendidikan.
Semuanya bematlamat menjadikan kualiti pendidikan yang berkualti
tinggi yang dapat melahirkan generasi muda yang mempunyai ciri-ciri
ilmu yang kompetatif. Malaysia sebagai sebuah Negara yang mempunyai
kualiti pendidikan yang tinggi tidak ketinggalan dalam usaha memajukan
inovasi dalam pengajaran dan pembelajaran. Kertas ini akan meneliti
usaha pembentukan inovasi dalam pengajaran dan pembelajaran.
Seterusnya membincangkan mengenai kaedah yang berkesan. Disamping itu
kertas ini akan membincangkan cabaran masa depan inovasi dalam bidang
pendidikan.
Biodata
Pusat Pengajian Sejarah, Politik dan Strategi, Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Bidang Kepakaran
Kajian Dasar Luar dan Sejarah Malaysia Moden
Kelayakan Akademik
B.A (Hons) (Sejarah) UKM, M.A. (Sejarah) UKM
Kursus Pengajaran
Sejarah Hubungan Luar Malaysia, Sejarah Amerika Syarikat, Historiografi Malaysia
Penyelidikan
 Penglibatan Britain Dalam Isu Pemisahan Singapura daripada Malaysia, Pentadbiran British di Negeri Pahang 1946-1951,
Sustainable Development of Ecotourism in Langkawi , Kajian Warisan Sejarah Masyarakat Langkawi, Projek Sejarah Lisan:
Pergerakan Komunis di Sempadan Kedah-Thailand, Arkib Negara Malaysia, The Complete Life History of Mat Kilau, 2007
Buku
 Mohd bin Samsudin, Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Nik Abdul Rahman, Kamaruzaman Yussof, 1998, Sejarah dan Proses Pemantapan
Negara-bangsa, Jilid I, Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
 Mohd bin Samsudin, Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Nik Abdul Rahman, Kamaruzaman Yussof, 1998, Sejarah dan Proses Pemantapan
Negara-bangsa, Jilid II, Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
 Mohd bin Samsudin, Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Nik Abdul Rahman, Kamaruzaman Yussof, 1998, Sejarah dan Proses Pemantapan
Negara-bangsa, Jilid III, Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
 Ong Hak Ching, Mohd bin Samsudin, 1999, Sejarah Malaysia Sejak 1941, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi.
 Lam Seng Fat, Mohd bin Samsudin, 2007, [email protected], Kementerian Kebudayaan, Kesenian dan Warisan (KEKKWA), Kuala
Lumpur.
Jurnal
 Mohd bin Samsudin, “Malaysia, 1957-1977: Penglibatannya dalam bidang politik negara-negara Komanwel”, Malaysia dari Segi
Sejarah, Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Bil. 21, 1993
 Mohd Bin Samsudin, “Hubungan Pertahanan Britain-Amerika Syarikat di rantau Asia Pasifik Sewaktu Perang Dunia Kedua
(1939-1945), Jebat, Jabatan Sejarah, UKM, Bil 21, 1993.
 Mohd Bin Samsudin, “Perhubungan Awal Malaysia-Jepun”, Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia, Bil. 23,
1995
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Dr Mazalan Kamis
Inovasi dalam sektor awam
Abstrak
 Untuk menjadi Negara berpendapatan tinggi, ekonomi
Malaysia perlu bergantung kepada ilmu pengetahuan
(Knowledge). Teras kepada ekonomi yang
berasaskan pengetahuan ialah Inovasi. Setiap lapisan
masyarakat dan organiasi dalam Negara perlulah
bersama-sama menjadikan Inovasi sebagai teras
aktiviti mereka.
 Sejauh manakah sektor awam mampu untuk
menerapkan Inovasi dalam organisani dan sumber
manusia mereka?
 Bagaimanakah perkara ini boleh dilakukan ?
Biodata
 CEO of Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia with effect from 1st August 2012
 Dr Mazalan Kamis received his PhD in Extension Education specializing in
Transformative Learning from University Putra Malaysia and in addition he also holds
a M. Ed in Instructional Leadership from University of Houston as well as a Bachelor
of Science degree in Physics from the University of Queensland, Australia.
 Mazalan was previously COO of Institute Darul Ridzuan (IDR), a think-tank for the
State of Perak where he has been instrumental in introducing and driving various
initiatives to increase innovative capacities of individuals, communities and
organizations in Perak. Prior to joining IDR, he worked as a development policy
specialist in a think-tank group at the Economic Planning Unit (EPU), Prime Minister’s
Department. At EPU, he was a core member of a group responsible in formulating
Strategic Direction for socio-economic development for Malaysia as well as providing
input to several National development plans including the Tenth Malaysia Plan. He
has had a three-year working stint in the United States of America prior to joining
EPU, where he worked as a Transnational Project Manager for Cornell University.
Tan Shu Hiong
Application is the Key to Innovation
Abstract
 Myths of creativity & Innovation
 Creativity is not innovation (examples of innovation vs creativity)
 People are not born creative or not innovative everybody can learn to be
(case study to highlight this)
 Currently teaching is focused on “learning” things to be remembered for an
exam but Innovation is a skill – it needs to be practised
 The importance of the difference between learning about innovation vs
learning how to innovate (with examples)
 How teachers can take these learnings and apply them in their classrooms
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Biodata
 Hiong has more than five years experience in developing and implementing
various thinking skills, innovation, and design thinking programmes for a
variety of age ranges including primary children, university students and
working professionals (both those new to the workplace and senior
management). The audience of these courses have come from a wide variety
of backgrounds, from government to corporate.
 As a certified HRDF trainer (under the Malaysian Ministry of Human Resources)
he has been fortunate enough to attend training programmes and learn and
acquire new skills from internationally renown institutions such as Stanford
University d.school and the HPI school of Design Thinking at the University of
Potsdam.
 He was appointed the Programme Director of Genovasi, Malaysia’s first Design
Thinking School, to develop both the course curriculum and content, ensure
quality of its delivery, and to train others to teach the programme.
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