Leading learning company Pearson has launched two new initiatives to increase its support for better educational outcomes in the developing world.
Karim Daoud, managing director in the Middle East, said: “Pearson has announc
UAE’s leading telecom operator Etisalat and UAE University have organised a conference, aimed at modelling best classroom practices and showcase how mobile technology can be integrated effectively into teaching and learning.
Pearson, a leading learning company, has launched its Social Studies for Saudi Arabia series, which has been adapted to cater to learners from kindergarten to grade eight in the kingdom.
The series had previously been available fo
The Centre for Excellence for Applied Research and Training (CERT) and learning company Pearson have signed a deal to set up the UAE Centre for Mobile Learning.
Under the memorandum of understanding (MoU), the Cert and Pearson wil
A conference titled "New Learning Strategies" featuring US author Bob Pike will be held in Bahrain next month.
Organised by Bahrain-based SMR Gulf in partnership with Bahrain Society for Training and Development (BSTD) a
Pearson, a British education company, has launched a new report which gives practical advice on how to make informed, evidence-based decision when selecting learning technology.
The report entitled ‘Alive in the Swamp’
Nearly half of what differentiates the best performers from the worst, in any industry, lies in how the companies deploy three simple, yet powerful, repeatable business models, a report said.
“The most successful growth stra
UAE-based Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University said it has signed an agreement with Global Learning SARL to promote e-learning services in the Arab world.
The move is part of the university's ongoing efforts to build better compet
Epson, a leading projector manufacturer, has announced the Middle East launch of its second-generation of interactive ultra-short-throw projectors for the education industry, as well as four new ultra-short-throw models.
Based on industry
UAE conglomerate Albatha Group said it has embarked on a corporate training record and aims to train and empower over 4000 employees from 22 group companies in three days.
As part of this, the Emirati group is organizing a learni