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Middle East School Leadership Conference ( #MESLC 2023) March 1-2, 2023

LEADING SCHOOLS IN THE 21ST CENTURY - AGILE LEADERSHIP The fourth annual Middle East School Leadership Conference will take place in Dubai, March 1-2, 2023. The event brings together middle and senior leaders from K-12 schools across the region and...

STEM MENA Conference November 12, 2022

STEM MENA is back on November 12-2022. Following a very successful STEM MENA online conference in 2021, we are delighted to welcome you to the STEM MENA conference 2022, in person in Dubai and online. The second annual STEM MENA...

Middle East Teaching and Learning Conference Online August 24-25, 2022

The Largest Online Teaching and Learning Conference in the Middle East. August 24-25, 2022- Online   Connecting educators across the Middle East and beyond at the start of the new academic year. The start of the new academic year 2021-2022 is about to...

The World’s Most Influential Profession Presents a Unique Leadership Challenge

Teaching remains arguably one of the most influential of all the professions for humanity - which makes educational leadership a vitally important role. Leaders in education have a unique responsibility and must have the intellectual capacity, vision and empathy...

A Major Study from Renaissance Learning Reveals the Most Popular Authors of Students in...

The annual ‘What Kids Are Reading Report’ from learning and assessment provider Renaissance Learning reveals reading trends among students in the UAE. The study of over 21,000 pupils across the UAE shows that pupils read books that matched the increased...

GEMS Legacy School Dubai: Committed To Raising Attainment And Aspirations

By: Leisa Grace Wilson Legacy can be defined as the mark or impact someone leaves behind. What legacy would you like to leave behind? The majority of us are keen to ensure that our work has a lasting impact for...

Enhancing learning with a sense of wonder

By: Remediana (Remy) Dias During my initial years of teaching, I very much enjoyed taking the learners of my grade 3 class on environmental education adventures, outdoors. I would rush ahead, so I could see their faces as they approached...

Closing the Cultural Gap in a Multicultural World

By: Christina Morris Every year, new teachers from around the Western world eagerly come to the United Arab Emirates to begin working at schools, around the country. Despite their preparedness and eagerness to teach, many of these teachers struggle within...

Reflections On Digital Cognition and Education Technology With Olly Lewis

Welcome to the final episode of season two of the Teach Middle East Podcast. In this episode, Leisa Grace speaks with Olly Lewis. Olly shares his experience as an educator in the region. We reflect on the use of...

How Educators Can Create Ripples With David Harkin

If you want to make a difference, make a change or make your mark on the world, then this podcast episode is the one for you.In this episode of the Teach Middle East Podcast, Leisa Grace speaks with David Harkin, CEO...