SHARING GOOD PRACTICE

5 Activities to engage students with special needs

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

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...

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...

A Productive Classroom Is Possible

Trying to create the perfect classroom? One where students are engaged, prepared and collaborating on clearly defined tasks, but still differentiated according to ability...

Cultural Sensitivity & The International Educator

As classrooms become more culturally diverse, it is absolutely essential that educators consider the importance of cultural sensitivity, become more culturally aware, and continuously...

Is Your School Culture Toxic Or Positive?

School culture often also referred to as school climate is the cornerstone of all schools. It may be defined as the quality and character...

Dr Frithi Herbert motivates students to excel in ICT

There is something intriguing about a person who defies stereotype. Perhaps a decade or more ago, the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)...

Al Nasha’a Al Saleh School working towards success

Al Nasha’a Al Saleh Private School lies tucked away behind the beautiful architectural structure of an unfinished palace in Al Towayya, in the Garden City...

Flipping CPD in the UAE

Some persons may be confused by the title of this article. Others may be visualising the word flipping in a literal way, as they...

Make Teaching Science Fun

Teaching science in a new educational setting can be a challenge.  Teachers may discover differences in the students’ levels. There may also be a...