Experts to discuss education issues in Dubai
Dubai, February 19, 2014
Leading international experts experts will share the latest trends and insights on education at a key in Dubai next month.
The 7th annual Global Education Forum (GEF) conference and Gulf Education Supplies and Solutions (GESS) exhibition will be held from March 4 to 6 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Organised under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and supported by Humaid Moh’d Al Qutami, Minister of Education, this year’s edition of GEF and GESS will feature 11 world-class keynote speeches, over 70 abstract presentations, more than 20 workshop sessions as well as 100 conference, panel and roundtable discussions.
Key topic streams include some of the most challenging issues confronting the education system in the Gulf today, such as special needs education, research for learning, language learning, leadership and management, e-learning and educational apps and eSafety.
This year educators will gain maximum benefit from attending both the exhibition and the conference as the whole event is CPD-certified.
“This means a great deal as simply attending the event gives them CPD accreditation that they can use for professional advancement. This is a significant benefit, in addition to the wealth of insights they will gain from attending the various sessions that seek to develop solutions for enhancing the quality of education in classrooms throughout the Gulf region,” said Sharief Fahmy, CEO, F&E Group, organisers of GESS.
This year’s conference will also feature the exclusive launch of the Research for Learning (RFL) Practical Conference in the Middle East, where educators stand to benefit from learning how to transform evidence-based research into realistic classroom practice. – TradeArabia News Service