Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid opens Asia - Pacific Giftedness 2012
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, July 15 - 2012 at 11:14
- PRESS RELEASE
With the participation of World, regional and local educational experts, Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid opened Asia - Pacific Giftedness 2012. The conference, which runs from July 14th to July 18th is yet the biggest congregation of education Ministers and officials from Arabic. Gulf and Asian countries. Experts, scientists and Psychologists.
The Conference's guests list includes Datin Rosmah Mansour Malaysia first lady, HE Humaid Mohammed Al Qutami UAE Education Minister, chairman of the 12th Asia Pacific conference on giftedness , HE Magid Al Nuamei, Bahrain Education Minister, HE DR Ali Alqarni manger of the Arabic Education Bureau for Gulf states and DR Gamal Al Muhry Deputy chairman of the award board of trustees.
"Topics, themes and experts participating in the conference will constitutes a unique opportunity to enrich the nascent plans of the educational systems, evaluated their projects, and qualify their giftedness programs, especially the ones that target students with special needs" Sheikh Hamdan Said during his opening speech.
HH stressed that the participation of more than 270 word experts from 42 countries reflects the common deep believe of inevitability of cooperation, partnerships team spirit in the field of gifted education.
HE Humaid Mohammed Al Qutami, UAE Education Minister, chairman of the 12th Asia Pacific conference on giftedness, pinpointed the significance of organization the conference in light of the tremendous importance that the UAE leadership dedicates to improving education and creates a knowledge society based upon real partnerships with organizations and individual contributions. Which is demonstrated, among other initiative in Sheikh Hamdan award for extinguished Academic performance.
MR Qatami went on to say that the journey of the world contemporary renaissance, it's future and stability will be dependent on the gifted youth and children, who will be able to achieve peace, security, freedom and prosperity to all nation ,through leading the convoy of scientific research.
Malaysia first lady Datin Rosmah Mansour said that holding the conference n Dubai reflects UAE commitment to the flourishing of the gifted society and realizing the crucial connection between identifying the gifted and increasing the country standing on the competitiveness and development.
Datin who expressed her admiration to UAE experiment, Quoted Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice president, Prime Minister, and Dubai Ruler, as saying that "every academic year should be better than the previous one, and the road to a better future cannot be obtained unless the coming generation is better than the current one."
"The responsibility to the flourishing of the gifted rests upon the shoulders of everybody, including family members, teachers, researchers, governments, private sector," said Datin.
Datin explained that the world needs the gifted to solve a long list of complicated and chronic problems ,including poverty fighting, climate change, and terrorism.
Jianong chi president of Asia Pacific Federation on Giftedness, professor of Psychology said that the 12th Asia Pacific conference constitutes a historic moment , not only because it is the first time held the conference in the Middle East, but also because the federation is celebrating it's full and official registrations.
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