UAE | Education
Teachers not satisfied with public school curriculum
Adec survey of 8,000 teachers shows many also want greater professional development opportunities
basically the students in general are so loud and ill behaving. when we see them in groups at public places, they will give you a feeling that they are in their own world unwilling to find out whats happening around them. they are the living proof that behavioral development is just an optional activity at schools. schools are doing a pathetic job.
Pathiyil, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
we are in 21st century, we have to provide students the new technology methods of curriculum/syllabus. All UAE schools should also focus student daily time table, are we providing them the skills, communication, general knowledge, personal development about media and keen focus on informational texts? Also communication is best option. Give students the words they will need in the future to talk to their bosses and co-workers. Talk to them about audience. You can scaffold students' development of communication skills by providing them with sentence stems that can help them to speak with maturity. It may feel awkward at first, but it's vital if you are going to expect them to be able to communicate. Familiarise students with scenarios that will require them to communicate effectively. Show them the structure to use in a professional email. Have them role play leaving a voice-mail message or shaking hands professionally. Spend time involving students in developing the rules of discourse for your classroom. Ask them to help create norms for communication.
waqar, dubai, United Arab Emirates
My child is about to enter nursery and I am already scared the amount of stress she will go through once she joins early schools. Both American and British syllabus are expensive to be rolled in. What can be the future for the children living in UAE?
Omar, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
My child stuying in KG 1, but in the school giving more stress in this age because of syllabus. How they can study this much in their playing and laughing period? This is too much and crucial.
lineesh, abu dhabi, India
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