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...

Let us declare 2015 as the year of the teacher

This is the year in which I would like to see a significant shift in the status afforded to some of the most important...

The Hard Part of Teaching

They never tell you in teacher school, and it's rarely discussed elsewhere. It is never, ever portrayed in movies and tv shows about teaching....

Don’t send another email before you read this!

  Have you ever sent an email without proofreading it and then cringed upon reviewing the sent message because it had unnecessary typographical and grammatical...

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...

Why What Works Dubai works for educators

On February 6, 2017, the KHDA hosted the What Works Tolerance event at the Amity University in Dubai. Among the attendees were administrators, teachers,...

Ask Maryann – Personal Development

Living abroad has many adventures, moments of joy and also, its fair share of challenges. Taking care of the personal development of teachers is very...

This month in history – February

Each month, Teach Middle East Magazine takes a look at a few unforgettable events and that took place many years ago. The feature also highlights...

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...