Her Highness visits 'The Big Heart Educational Center'; meets students and teachers; project launched to support educational needs of children whose learning was disrupted due to conflicts in their home countries
Sheikh Mohammed on Friday said that education never stops and what’s new today, will become old in a while. He also added that even doctors, lecturers and teachers must continuously upgrade their knowledge, as education is infinite.
A series of six interactive live webinars aimed at enlightening educators on the fundamentals of learning during and post the pandemic set off on Tuesday. The webinars series, titled The New Normal, will be conducted weekly for education professionals and principals across the Middle East.
Till date, Badiri E-Academy has offered training content to over 8,000 beneficiaries worldwide, vastly improving their personal and professional skill sets through a series of workshops and programmes, and aims to target 1,000,000 beneficiaries within the next three years, noted Dr Al Ali.
The academy will also expand its course offerings in seven languages including Arabic, English, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Urdu, and French, she added.
Seventy-five per cent of Grade 4 Maths and Science students, 74% of Grade 8 Maths students and 78% of Grade 8 Science students scored above the TIMSS international average scale of 500.
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The Emirates Foundation for School Education (Taaleem) recently announced that the end of year exams for the 2020-2021 academic year will take place from June 8 to June 17, 2021 for 4th to 12th grade students...
Its report issued on Monday highlighted the fact that the number of higher education students in the country during the 2018-2019 academic year is 295,626, including 191,887 male students accounting for 64.9 per cent, and 103,739 female students accounting for 35.1 per cent.
Although it sounds unbelievable, but it is true that Udaipur's Sonal Sharma (26), daughter of a milkman, who studied in a cowshed on a table made of empty oil cans, will now be posted as a first-class magistrate in a sessions court in Rajasthan.