Microsoft announced that Ibn ElAmeed Secondary School, a academic institution under Kuwait's Ministry of Education; has actually signed up with the Microsoft Showcase School community, a programme committed to excellence in education sectors around the world.
The Microsoft Showcase School programme is developed to determine innovative leadership and teaching in classrooms all over the world. Display School leadership teams are part of a global expert community that welcomes modern technology as a key enabler of institution-wide transformation.
" It is inspiring to see Ibn ElAmeed Secondary School receive much-deserved recognition for the part its leaders and instructors have actually played in bringing 21st-century methodologies into our class. This is the sort of progression we desire - vibrant, dynamic changes to discovering that will cement the future of our young people and enable them to go into the workforce as pioneers," stated Khalid AlRushaid, Assistant Undersecretary for Public Education, Ministry of Education, Kuwait. "Technology is a central part in our vision for the development of our youths, and Microsoft has actually been an invaluable partner in the search of that objective."
Microsoft's work with Kuwait's Ministry of Education consists of application of Windows devices, Office 365 and OneNote, to support the ministry in its very own digital-transformation trip. " We have a lengthy background of cooperations with Kuwait's Ministry of Education, via our several programs designed to boost teaching and learning," stated Charles Nahas, General Manager, Microsoft Kuwait. "Ibn ElAmeed Second's addition in the Showcase School programme is a sign of exactly how much Kuwait's education field has actually been available in welcoming digital transformation. Our team believe innovation has an essential part to play in making lessons come active. We at Microsoft are not teachers, however we have actually always been happy to play a sustaining role, as enabler, in transforming classrooms all over the world."
Microsoft Gulf's Education Group went to Ibn ElAmeed Senior high school, to offer the Display School Banner to School Principle Fahed ElMudahka and Microsoft Innovative Teacher Fellow, Ahmed Ashour. The school's recently selected concept; Dr. Ali Salem Edreis currently takes control of the reins from Fahed ElMudahka in carrying forward it's vision of applying digital approaches to improve mentor and finding out experiences.
Microsoft's Showcase Schools should satisfy several rigorous best-practice criteria before they could join the community. A board of education experts at Microsoft checks out each school's approach to digital transformation through the lenses of leadership, class capacity, technical capacity, mentor and learning. Clear renovation plans, professional-development programs, personal-learning campaigns and a sharp concentrate on scientific research, innovation, engineering, and math (STEM), are just some of the elements Microsoft's Display Schools panel tries to find in identifying stand-out educators.
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