Online schools are attributing their success to factors including the flexibility of online courses, new lucrative activities and access to international quality standards.
The raging debate about whether to reopen schools during the coronavirus pandemic seems destined to come to an end in the next few months. Not because they finally figured out the right path, based on infectious disease controls or societal values.
One of the major fallouts of the pandemic is that our offices, schools, boardrooms and even our music classes have moved online. Remote working suddenly became the new normal (“Majority of UAE professionals want virtual working environment in post-pandemic
Very adorable complaint. Have directed the school education department to come out with a policy within 48 hours to lighten burden of homework on school kids," the J&K Lieutenant Governor said.
With less than a month to go before summer holidays, schools in Berlin are about to reopen for normal classroom learning. It’s not much of a relief; I have a sinking feeling that my younger daughter learned nothing at all in sixth grade, when distance learning was mostly the only option.
The Ministry of Education, in coordination with the Emirates Schools Establishment, on Sunday announced the gradual and phased return of in-person classes for all academic levels in government schools, effective from the
When children were attending school in the UAE in 2019, little did they know that their whole world would be turned upside down the following year. No more classroom interaction, either with teachers or their peers. No more games in the school grounds.
With “To-Do” lists piling up, moving on and forward from the fangs of SARS-CoV2 also means genuine efforts to secure a much better future for the countless future generations through education. This means, among others, doing everything for them to return to their campuses while inspiring them to become more adept at technological advancements.
COVID-19 has been an earthquake along the already fraught fault lines of global education. The result is a deep chasm into which the most vulnerable have fallen: 1.6 billion children were out of education at the height of school closures. If we do not act now
A total of 226 students received trophies in multiple categories, while 22 students from Impact Talent Centre, Oudh Metha, had participated in this competition, whereas ten students emerged as winners in different categories.
Aarav Jain of Impact Talent Centre emerged grand champion and champion in Higher B category. It was the first online completion organised by UCMAS UAE. Swaroop Anand, director UCMAS UAE, distributed the trophies to the winners and congratulated them on their performance.