Dawrati had a record enrolment of 200 students within six months after its launch, creating high expectations among regional coaches, consultants, entrepreneurs, and content creators.
The UAE Ministry of Education has announced that it would extend the distance-learning programme for another 2 weeks in light of the COVID-19 developments in the country.
An official of a global company that provides innovative learning solutions has claimed that blended education, with the need to ramp up the digital requirements, is yet the most appropriate approach to sustain continuous learning, in this Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) Era.
As schools appear to re-open in September with the appropriate safety measures advised by the UAE health authorities, the virtual learning experience has been transformative for educators, parents and students. From the rapid rollout and management of the e-learning experience to the shift in mindsets, the journey over the past few months has been both challenging and exciting for the future of learning.
School children and their parents have expressed their gratitude to the ‘Together We Are Good’ programme for receiving essential distance learning devices to help with their distance learning at home.
As the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to spread, schools and universities across the UAE are shifting to online learning in an effort to slow the spread of the virus. Adapting and delivering distance learning to students at this scale has never been attempted before. Then again, extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.
Seven thousand and one hundred and thirty-six undergraduate and advanced Zayed University students turn to their online academic platforms, on Sunday, to begin a new phase of the UAE’s education system through“distant learning” for the upcoming, possibly extendable, two-weeks.
As the first week of distance learning in Dubai schools concluded on Thursday, Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA), Dubai, Director General Dr Abdulla Al Karam said that in the coming days and weeks, the KHDA will keep on working to ensure that the children’s learning is not interrupted.
The SPEA said if parents are reluctant to send kids to the schools in the first phase of reopening, they can choose the distance learning option.
Alef Education will launch its innovative award-winning, AI-powered Alef Platform in 196 schools in Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah in stages, the final of which will be by December 2020.