UAE and UNESCO discuss the resumption of education
Her Excellency Jameela Bint Salem Al Muhairi, Minister of State for Public Education Affairs, during her participation in the UNESCO meeting that dealt with talking about the return of schools in the Arab countries during the Corona pandemic, confirmed that the country’s wise leadership was keen on the sustainability of education in the country despite all the circumstances due to its great belief in the importance of the sustainability of education and its provision in all What is needed for students to continue their education and knowledge journey.
Education in schools can resume soon
Her Excellency indicated that the UAE was one of the first countries in adopting smart learning, as it included it in its future strategy, as the Ministry, based on the directives of the wise leadership, began acquiring smart learning tools since 2012 and developed plans to ensure its success through its implementation in stages to ensure that no confusion occurs in the field. In education, as the years 2017 and 2018 witnessed an expansion in the scope of the application of smart learning in the country until it was actually applied in 2019 due to the pressure of the pandemic on various life facilities in various countries of the world, and the state moved on the sustainability of the smart learning pattern this year.
Smart education is an option too!
Her Excellency explained that the Ministry of Education, in cooperation with its partners in various sectors, sought to ensure the provision of smart learning tools for every student in the country, as computers were provided for students and data packages for students and teachers, and the Ministry approved 13 educational platforms in its smart learning portal in addition to enabling 25,000 A teacher and teacher in the government sector of smart education tools and about 9,200 directors and teachers from private schools. A specialized course was provided in cooperation with Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University for nearly 67,000 affiliates on how to learn remotely and to ensure the quality of education.
Her Excellency indicated that the Ministry continued to develop plans to ensure the sustainability of education and developed flexible frameworks to accommodate any changes that may be imposed by the current situation due to the spread of the Covid 19 virus, as the Ministry of Education designed a procedures guide to resume the school year and engineered school operations to ensure the health and safety of students and educational staff and provide all resources. Electronic learning and other steps that have contributed to the sustainability of education in the country.