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Maxis Cyberkid

The Maxis Cyberkids Programme began in 2002 and since then, the programme has grown in size and scope of activities and has reached out to over 8,600 students and teachers from 1,500 schools nationwide.
The Maxis Cyberkids programme aims to:
•    Bridge the digital divide by harnessing the power of technology and education to align rural communities with Malaysia’s mainstream growth and development.
•    Create awareness on basic ICT applications and understanding of Internet for schoolchildren. It also imparts social and networking skills.
•    Bring technology to children, especially those who cannot afford it or are living in places where technology cannot reach.
It supports Maxis’ Corporate Responsibility pillar of developing and enriching our community. It also supports the Malaysian Education Blueprint 2013 to 2015 on leveraging ICT for education.


The Maxis Cyberkids Programme 2013 will begin with a briefing to/ training for principals and teachers of the selected schools, scheduled to held in the third week of April 2013. This will be followed by the Maxis Cyberkids Camps which will be held between May to July 2013.  Six secondary schools will be selected to participate, that is, four national schools and two special education schools.
The Maxis Cyberkids Camp aims to build appreciation for technology and improve understanding and usage of Internet among teachers and schoolchildren.  Among the camp objectives are to empower school communities to explore ICT capabilities in their daily teaching and learning and to promote the usage of ICT in schools.  
The schools we have selected for 2013 are:
Normal Schools
1.    SMK Bario, Bario, Sarawak
2.    SMK Keningau, Keningau, Sabah
3.    SMK Bandar Chiku, Gua Musang, Kelantan
4.    SMK Sri Gading, Batu Pahat, Johor
Special Schools
1.    SKPK Shah Alam, Selangor
2.    SMPK (Vocational) Shah Alam, Selangor

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