IN THE CLASSROOM

Are you being bullied at work?

Have you been the victim of repeated mistreatment or workplace humiliation through intimidation or even sabotage? If you have, you are not alone. According to...

Let your students surprise you

Teachers are generally known for two things: organisation and control. The fact is that, the more organised we are in the classroom the less...

5 Activities to engage students with special needs

“Teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theatre.”- Gail Goldwin Teaching requires great effort to ensure that all students receive the most from every lesson. However,...

Why Do Learning Styles Matter?

One of the most important elements of a classroom is the activities that are used to facilitate learning. A challenge many educators face is figuring...

Develop shared writing skills in young learners

As a literacy enthusiast, supporting young learners to become young writers is an immensely important and rewarding part of my role. Here are a few...

A million ways to thank a teacher

As administrators, we become so caught up with the daily running of the school that we sometimes forget to show our appreciation to the people...

Raffles World Academy Grade 4A students get serious about seat belt...

In early December 2014, Teach UAE Magazine met with the students of year 4A and their vivacious teacher, Mr. Nick Gastaldi at Raffles World...

Useful Tips For Effectively Utilising Your Classroom Space

Blank walls and empty shelves can feel daunting at the start of the year, but it’s also a great opportunity to be intentional about...

Why do teachers leave?

The United Arab Emirates’ educational system is becoming increasingly attractive to many educators who are interested in working abroad. The UAE offers many benefits...

How to promote a culturally creative classroom

If you have been teaching in the UAE for a few years, you may have had some discussion about sourcing culturally relevant material for your...