Ten finalists for the Global Teacher Prize 2017, awarded under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, have been announced.
Pearson, a major learning company, has announced the launch of a new service in the Middle East designed to improve the quality of education and training received by the region’s teachers.
The Pearson Teacher Professional De
The topic of ‘How teachers in 2030 will look like’ was raised at the fourth Global Education and Skills Forum (GESF), held recently in Dubai.
The session moderated by Tony Jackson, vice president of Education Asia Society in
Three new international groups comprising experts from leading private businesses, academia, government and the third sector have been launched for the first time at the Global Education and Skills Forum 2016 (GESF) in Dubai.
The top 10 finanlists for the $1 million Global Teacher Prize has been revealed.
The award was set up to recognise one exceptional teacher who has made an outstanding contribution to the profession as well as t
The forecasted shortage of international teachers has emphasised the need for countries in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region to start producing high quality educators rather than only receiving them from more developed nations, ac
The International School of Arts and Science (ISAS), managed by Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI), hosted an open house to facilitate deeper interaction with parents and welcome the new academic year.
The first ever winner of the $1 million Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize is set to be revealed at an award ceremony to take place in Dubai, UAE.
It will be a part of the Global Education and Skills Forum (GESF) 2015 on March
The Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs has deployed a new campus-wide wifi network aimed at connecting teachers and students with the centre’s digital learning platforms.
Rolled out b
Tatweer Company for Educational Services, the executer of the Saudi-based King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz’s Project for Development of Public Education, said over 10,000 maths and science teachers will undergo a Pearson’s training.