ADEC participates with 76 projects in Sharjah Award for Excellence in Education
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, February 14 - 2013 at 16:43
- PRESS RELEASE
H.E. Mr. Mohammed Salem Al Dhaheri, ADEC's Executive Director of School Operations, emphasized the importance of participating in education awards and other related activities to help promote positive competition among students and schools.
"Such important events and activities help our students create innovative ideas which ultimately contribute to the overall progress of education," said Mr. Al Dhaheri.
He added, "Projects have been selected by a specialized jury that carefully reviewed the submitted projects, assessed their significance and impact on the educational field, identified their reflection on the improvement of learning outcomes, while developing innovative means of instruction/pedagogies and promoting creativity among the school community."
The 19th session of the Sharjah Award for Excellence in Education has attracted 76 students, academic staff and administrators from across ADEC's schools.
"The projects have been selected by a specialized jury and include 48 in the outstanding student category, 11 in the outstanding teacher category, three in the family category, five in the best school category, five in the applied education research category and one project each in the best Student Council and best LRC categories," explained Mr. Al Dhaheri.
H.E. lauded the support of the UAE's prudent leadership and their keenness to provide education sector employees and staff in schools across UAE with an appropriate working environment. Support that is key for the nations educational development and progress.
Mr. Al Dhaheri explained that education is the backbone of development. "Our prudent leaders provide incessant support to education across the UAE in order to overcome obstacles and face challenges. We fully believe that promoting a culture of contest among our school students, teachers and administrators as well as parent involvement in the education of their children are of paramount importance to develop motivation, creativity and innovation," concluded Al Dhaheri.
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