What is the I-Think program?
The I-Think Program is a education programs aimed at enhancing and cultivating thinking skills among students towards producing innovative students.
What to expect from the I-Think program?
Use IC number to access the online ithink course. The password will be provided through Whatsapp group and through iThink In-Service Training (LADAP)
Username: IC Number
Password: Password
How do I sign in to iThink online?
  • Select your preferred language (English or Bahasa Malaysia)
  • Enter your <CTR> or <Alternative> address
  • Enter <Privacy>
  • Click the <Sign in> button
How do I change my Profile information ?
Your Profile page displays a summary of you and your learning status in the Self-Learning Module (MPK). You can edit the information in your Profile with the steps below.
  • Click your name link in the navigation bar
  • Click the <Edit> link located at the top and right of the page
  • Check / edit no. Your KP. Upload your pictures (less than 1 MB in file size)
  • Change your personal information such as Email Address, Full Name, Number
  • cell phone, Gender & Date of birth. Or school information such as Subject,
  • School, State, or Level.
  • Select your preferred language (English / Malay)
  • Click the <Save> button
What is a Learning Journey?
Learning Journey is a summary of your learning status in MPK.
  • Click the <Learning Journals> tab on your profile
  • It will update automatically as you progress through the modules in the Course Map (which will be explained later)
  • It shows Module Name, Progress, Status & Time used
  • To view the list of modules you have read, click the <Status> link
  • To download your certificate (after completing the course), click the <Certificate> button
What is News?
News is a place to collaborate, share experiences and learn from your colleagues.
  • Click the <News> link in the navigation bar and type your post in the <What do you think> box . You can tag other users by typing “@” followed by the username in this box.
  • Attach document, image, link, audio or video.
  • Enter a Label like Circle Map and click the <Share> button.
  • To edit a post, click the gear icon on your post and select <edit>. Make changes and click the <Share> button
  • To delete a post, click the gear icon on your post and select <delete>. Click the <Delete> button
  • Click (in line) to view the attachment.
  • To download the attachment, click the <Download this file> link.
  • To annotate a document, click on the document and click the < Comment> button
  • To view a specific post, select <Filter> such as Name, Label, Role, State, School, Level, Subject, with the sorted by date option
  • To comment or Like a post made by another user, click the icon located below the post
  • To report an inappropriate post, click the <Report> link below the post
What is a Course Map?
Course Map is a learning module layout in MPK.
  • Click <Course Map> in the navigation bar
  • Course Map consists of seven sections – Overview, Contextual Design, Thinking Process, Training Tools, Thinking and Designing Skills, Resources and Evaluation.
  • Each section has a different number of modules. The modules are 25.
  • All modules are compulsory modules. You must complete all required modules to enable the Assessment section.
  • You need to score at least 60% of all modules in the section
  • Ratings for downloading certificates.
  • Limited navigation and visual markers such as the percentage of module completion will guide you to the Course Map.