Pearson, a major learning company, has announced plans to roll out a new teacher training initiative across Saudi Arabia aimed at bringing key improvements in Mathematics and science education.
It is working closely with the Tatwe
Saudi Arabia will spend SR5 billion ($1.332 billion) on training about 25,000 schoolteachers abroad, under a SR80 billion education revamp plan approved by King Abdullah recently, a report said.
The Arab News report quoted Educati
Box Hill Institute (BHI) in Melbourne, Australia recently conducted a teacher training program in vocational education and training for a group of 37 trainers from Saudi Arabia.
The program was delivered for th
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) has announced the launch of additional 29 flights from Bahrain to Cairo, to facilitate the transportation of Egyptian teachers working at the Ministry of Education in the kingdom.
The extra flights wi
UAE’s Mohammed bin Rashid's Smart Learning Program recently hosted a workshop in Dubai to give teachers an in-depth understanding of the program’s goals and explain how they can implement them in the region.
The program, launched by Sheikh
Lenovo has announced the launch of the ThinkPad X131e laptop, built especially for students with the technologies to enhance classroom learning along with a rugged design to meet the physical demands of school days.
The ThinkPad X131e off
Qatar University and ExxonMobil will pilot a program designed to help educators enhance their math and science teaching skills through an innovative training program.
The prospective Qatar University ExxonMobil Teachers Academy is a
Bahrain’s Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has issued an edict employing all teachers who volunteered to work for the Education Ministry last year.
He issued directives to the Finance and Education ministries as well as
A total of 60 teachers for kindergartens have graduated from a new training programme led by Bahrain’s labour fund Tamkeen.
The Career Progression Programme for Kindergarten Support was launched in partnership with Bahrain University follo
Bahrain’s Education Ministry is planning to extend class hours in secondary schools, to bring them in line with working hours in developed countries.
Schools in developed countries have more than 900 hours of classes per year compared to b