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Dubai student’s death due to flu an isolated Incident

Following the death of a Dubai student Alia Niyaz Ali, who allegedly died of flu-related complications on Tuesday night, a few schools have issued health alerts as a precautionary measure asking parents not to send sick children to school. However,...

#THEYOUNGVISION welcome visitors at GETEX Autumn 2018

GETEX Autumn 2018 kicks off today 14th Nov at Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Center. The Young Vision at STAND P116 welcome visitors in GETEX Autumn 2018. Here some awesome snippets below.

National Archives participates in ‘Emirati Week’ in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH, 12th November, 2018 (WAM) -- The National Archives participated in the "Emirati Week" celebrations hosted by Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. During the event, the National Archives presented a paper, entitled, "Sheikh Zayed: Building Humans and Nations," which addressed the philosophy...

UAE classrooms bring to life Expo 2020 Dubai themes

DUBAI, 10th November, 2018 (WAM) -- Educators in the UAE can now complement their lessons with a variety of fun and forward-thinking topics and activities developed as part of a new series of online learning resources by Expo 2020...

UAE schools need to offer the ‘language of the future’ in regular lessons

Coding is used to give computers instructions and is required for many jobs in technology. Schools across the UAE must teach coding as part of regular lesson plans if the country is to compete internationally, experts have said. Teachers warned that...

KHDA explores best Arabic teaching methods in Dubai

The event involved over 100 Arabic teachers sharing best teaching practices with each other through workshops. A knowledge exchange programme in Dubai is helping Arabic teachers improve their teaching practices, as the event brings together several educators. The fourth edition of...

Training for teachers to fill gaps in special needs education in UAE

Most Pakistani schools lack the resources to establish departments for people with determination. A workshop was held in Dubai to train teachers of UAE-based Pakistani schools on how to create and operate departments for students that require special education and...

New scheme to help boost young Emirati job prospects

More than 2,000 students have registered with the Al Ghurair Young Thinkers Programme. Emirati school and university students can apply to take part in an initiative designed to boost their employment prospects. Al Ghurair Young Thinkers Programme is geared towards preparing...

Sir Anthony Seldon: Schools are not preparing pupils for 21st century

Renowned British educator and historian believes the world has much to learn from UAE's focus on well-being as well as academic achievements. Children are not being prepared or equipped with the skills required for the future, a globally known historian...

Spanking Is Ineffective and Harmful to Children, Pediatricians’ Group Says

Parents should not spank their children, the American Academy of Pediatrics said on Monday in its most strongly worded policy statement warning against the harmful effects of corporal punishment in the home. The group, which represents about 67,000 doctors, also...

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