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The Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI), the world’s first graduate-level, research-based artificial intelligence (AI) university
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DUBAI: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has pushed the education industry online, with countries scrambling to implement distance learning
With the sudden shift to at-home learning, technology and digital tools are no longer just one component of learning, but have become crucial to students’ on
Schools in the UAE are about to return to a brave new landscape of education. With students returning to campuses for the first time in six months.
As schools return from a prolonged period of distance learning, teachers, students and parents are now coming to terms with a blended learning approach.
There are a few common mistakes being made by teachers and they’re all things that can be addressed and avoided quite easily.
Much like living in isolation during a global pandemic, learning is abstract, challenging and relies heavily on effective communication.
From logistics, systems and the wellbeing of staff & students, the shift to distance learning has created huge uncertainty for educators.
Whilst schools should indeed focus on what is happening right now, provision should be made for what comes next.
The hybrid learning model has presented fresh challenges to schools across the UAE.
Canva for Education's Product Director, as she demonstrates how teachers can use Canva to engage their students in rich and authentic learning experiences th
This session outlines the problems teachers encounter during online lessons and focus on sharing practical solutions to inspire and motivate students.
This video gives an overview of artificial intelligence - How schools have utilised artificial intelligence to continue offering an education despite shuttin
Future Technology and Trends - future-proofing your school, big picture thinking about the future role of technology, 21st-century learning, schools of tomor
The University of Sharjah (UOS) started Distance Learning on March 7, 2020 after the announcement of UAE authorities to transform teaching and learning in al
This session highlights a leadership model that is based on respect, the orientation of technology solutions, engagement, effectively harness of diversity an
Research shows that at least one in five young people experience anxiety and depression, often related to school.
This presentation focuses on the challenges faced when school leaders are tasked with ensuring the wellbeing of students, staff and community members during
From the hardware we handle to instant student feedback in our classrooms, year on year, technology has increasingly amplified our teaching practice and supp
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