Teach Middle East Magazine, is the premier magazine for educators in the Middle East region. Our magazine is distributed free of charge to all administrators and teachers in their schools in the United Arab Emirates and increasingly to schools all over the middle east.
We ensure that your products are seen by those who actively make the buying decisions in the schools.
Our readership is growing rapidly, currently over 40,000 educators, published bimonthly. We target decision makers where they work.
Printed copies are sent to the school leadership, electronic copies are read by teachers all over the world.
We are the only magazine to have free distribution stands at the offices of KHDA and ADEC. The Teach Middle East Magazine App keeps teachers connected to the information that matters most, while they are on the go.
We partner with key Education events, at these events we circulate thousands of extra copies.
These events include:
The Middle East Maths Teachers Conference
BETT MIDDLE EAST
The Digital Education Show
Access Abilities Dubai
TESOL Arabia Conferences
The Global Teacher Prize/ Varkey GEMS Foundation
MENA Common Core Conference
‘What Works’ Dubai
and many many more…
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Why we exist
The reason for our existence is simply to share good practice among educators, to keep them informed and empowered, thus helping to improve the education experience of every child in the Middle East and beyond.
What do we mean by ‘best practice’?
The term “Best Practice” is used to describe “what works” in a particular situation or environment.
We are working to see good educational practices in the region, move beyond pockets of excellence to reaching a much greater proportion of educators and students.
We know that many children around this region are benefiting from the tremendous accomplishments of successful educators, schools, and programs, but we also know that replicating this success on a larger scale is proving to be a challenge. This is where Teach Middle East Magazine makes a difference.
Teach Middle East Magazine works hard to ensure that the educator is the main source of information. Teach Middle East Magazine through its print editions and online platform hopes to provide the medium through which all educators can connect and find what they need to do the best possible job with their students.