PERSPECTIVES

Cranleigh Math teachers share their perspectives with Teach Middle East Magazine

The Perspectives section of Teach Middle East Magazine is designed to allow teachers, parents, students and other education stakeholders to share their thoughts, ideas...

Ramadan 2016 – Things to keep in mind

The Holy Month is already in full swing, however, it's never too late for a friendly reminder.Check out this helpful infographic for useful tips...

Year of Reading: Caught Reading Quotes

2016 is the Year of Reading in the UAE. In support of this worthwhile initiative, we are sharing some of our favourite quotes on...

Dubai English Speaking College students on coding

Recently, Teach UAE Magazine featured the students at Dubai English Speaking College (DESC). Below are what a few of them had to say about...

Top 5 things we loved about GESF 2016

 Now that we have recovered from what was an amazing weekend of celebrating educators and the outstanding work that is happening within the education...

What to look out for in 2016

Can you believe that we are already in the month of March? 2016 is off to a great start and already a number of...

American Community School students focus on Robotics

Teach UAE Magazine visited the American Community School recently. The school boasts of an impressive robotics programme. Below are some of the students' responses to...

Technology in teaching and learning

I have always had an elusive ambition when teaching students writing - the desire to help students 'find a voice'. That is, a way...

Should students really be going on a summer holiday?

As a child my school summer holiday seemed to last for ever. It was the late 1970s, back when children were still free-range and...

A guide to Ramadan in the UAE

As we approach the holy month of Ramadan here in the UAE, we take a look at some of the rules and expectations that...