Schools in Dubai continue to excel in their distance learning provision relative to their peers across other cities.
There are a few common mistakes being made by teachers and they’re all things that can be addressed and avoided quite easily.
Staff wellbeing can open a can of worms in any school let alone international schools where individuals are at times away from families and friends.
Much like living in isolation during a global pandemic, learning is abstract, challenging and relies heavily on effective communication.
While the world grapples with a global pandemic and economic uncertainty, we also find ourselves facing up to some difficult conversations about how we treat
Recently I was asked a question on what I thought “high performance” meant to me and how I would define it.
After a different first term in the wake outbreak of Coronavirus our top priority was the health and safety of our students.
Whilst schools should indeed focus on what is happening right now, provision should be made for what comes next.
“The most common way people give their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” Alice Walker
On June 22nd, the Ministry of Education in the United Arab Emirates declared the protocols for reopening schools in the country.
As schools return from a prolonged period of distance learning, teachers, students and parents are now coming to terms with a blended learning approach.