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Online Lesson Delivery, thoughts and concerns!

Ruth Harron 18/03/2020 0

Teachers, amidst all the chaos of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are aware that you all are embarking on a new challenge, doing what you do in a classroom to delivering this online.

WE thought it might be helpful to share ideas, good experiences, bad experiences and just how you are generally feeling in what is an anxious time.

We are creating an event via our Facebook page so look out for that but in the meantime you can comment on this blogpost and your fellow teachers can see your comments and can respond! 

We hope you can encourage each other and that you prioritise keeping safe, keeping others safe, keeping calm, relaxed and letting it all unfold. Health first everyone.

 

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COVID-19 Update

Ruth Harron 13/03/2020 0

Courtesy of Arabian Business

UAE denies reports of planned extension of distance learning
Ministry of Education urged public to refer to updates and instructions from official channels only

 

UAE denies reports of planned extension of distance learning
The Spring break holiday officially began on Sunday and will run until March 19 followed by distance learning which will run from March 22 to April 2.

The UAE’s Ministry of Education has denied reports that there are plans to continue the distance e-learning system till the end of the school year.

In a statement, the ministry labelled such reports as ”sheer rumours and baseless”, adding that no decision has yet been made.

”We urge members of the public not to pay heed to such rumours and to refer to updates and instructions from official channels and sources on the ministry’s website and social media accounts,” the statement on UAE news agency WAM said.

”We will immediately announce any new developments. The interest of the students will always remain our top priority and the measures we take will serve their interest in tandem with the current situation,” the statement added.

So far, the UAE has reported 74 cases of the virus, known as Covid-19

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CPD

Ruth Harron 08/03/2020 0

We are delighted to be working with The University Of Wollongong, Dubai to offer Existing and New Teachers working and hoping to work in The UAE, excellent CPD. The Masters of Educational Studies at UOWD will provide you with the specialised knowledge in education practice and leadership to take on a strategic role in the advancement of the UAE schooling system. Designed in collaboration with industry experts, this program will position you at the forefront of innovation and best practice in the education sector.

 

 

Is a Masters In Educational Studies for you?

 

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CPD

Ruth Harron 17/02/2020 0

We are delighted to be working with The University Of Wollongong, Dubai to offer Existing and New Teachers working and hoping to work in The UAE, excellent CPD. The Masters of Educational Studies at UOWD will provide you with the specialised knowledge in education practice and leadership to take on a strategic role in the advancement of the UAE schooling system. Designed in collaboration with industry experts, this program will position you at the forefront of innovation and best practice in the education sector.

 

 

Is a Masters In Educational Studies for you?

 

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CV TEMPLATE – IDEAL FOR THE MIDDLE EAST

Ruth Harron 07/02/2020 0

Teachers, it really helps to process information and screen CVs when we can see at a glance; Essential requirements for teaching posts in The Middle East. These include requirements from schools as well as Educational Councils which all have to be satisfied before the desirable criteria factors in….

To help you with this process I have attached our free downloadable and editable Cv template, click the link below:

https://teachersinuae.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Teachers-In-UAE-CV-Editable-Word.docx

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