Sekolah Rendah Islam II is a religious school located in the rural areas of Perlis. The school has 204 students and 17 teachers. The school started using Frog in 2016 and has since been consistently using Frog. The Headmaster, Encik Muhammad Zaim bin Zanol, and teachers show great interest in Frog and are driven to improve their knowledge and skills in ICT.
Encik Zaim is always encouraging his teachers to use Frog in teaching and learning. He also encourage Frog to be utilised for relief classes to cultivate a continuous use of Frog in the school.
Frog is making a difference in Teaching & Learning
Since students started using Frog in teaching and learning, they have shown great improvement in independent learning and is also using FrogPlay as a revision tool. Not only that, FrogPlay has encouraged healthy competition among students that motivates them to do better.
A tool for teachers to teach better
Teachers show great interest in using Frog to enhance teaching and learning. They create their own content on Sites and use already available content like FrogPlay quizzes for their lessons.
Frog is making a difference in Community Engagement
Teachers come together as a community to inspire and support one another and students in 21st Century teaching and learning
Frog Admin, Cikgu Noor Sabrina binti Hashim, will always conduct workshops to give teachers more exposure and insight on Frog.
“The use of Frog is very impactful to students progress. However, for rural schools, this impact is only seen through the support of good, sufficient and working devices and facilities.”
- Encik Muhammad Zaim bin Zanal, Headmaster
“The Frog VLE is a great teaching and learning platform that has reduced teachers workload and has made learning more engaging and interesting for students.”
- Cikgu Rahimah binti Mamat, Bahasa Malaysia teacher
“Frog is an application that has helped improved students performance and also increased students knowledge. Frog is really interesting and I use in in my free time for revision. My results have improved from Cs to As.”
- Nur Syaza binti Saiful Akmar, Year 6 student