The Arabic Language Education Center for Gulf Countries has launched a collection of events and events during the Gulf Day for Gifts and Creativity 2022. These programs are aimed at students, parents and professionals in the field of Arabic. This will continue until the ninth of March.
Distance-based events, workshops and a series of events include: A lecture: “Improving Talent and Linguistic Creativity in Students at Levels of General Education” and a Workshop: “Development and Attention. Talented and Creative Students in the Poetry Field.”
A Poetry Evening was organized for gifted students in the field of poetry: a workshop on “Development and care of talented and creative students in the field of Arabian handwriting” and a virtual exhibition of works by students in the field of Arabic handwriting, in addition to a workshop entitled: “Development of talented and creative students in the field of storytelling” And a presentation of the products of talented students in the field of observation and story writing.
Participates in the implementation of panel events of experts in the field of poetry, Arabic writing and story writing, in the presence and participation of talented and creative students in the field of poetry, handwriting and story writing. Within the framework of these events, a lecture was organized yesterday on the topic of “Developing Talent and Linguistic Creativity Skills among Students at Levels of Public Education”. Arabic language and linguistic creativity, and the lecturer reviewed the distinction between talent and creativity.
Dr. Director of the Center for Arabic Language Education in Sharjah. Isa al-Hammadi confirmed that the Arab Education Office for the Gulf States and its agencies celebrate talent and creativity by sponsoring talent and creativity and supporting the programs offered to them. .
He explained that these events are organized for the purpose of discovering areas of their skills and creativity, guiding them in the right direction and motivating them to be more creative and innovative.
Al-Hammadi noted the interest of the Ministers of Education in the Office to intensify their efforts to address this issue. The twenty-third session of the Office was held in Kuwait (October 21 and 22). 2014 AD) Recognizes Gulf Day as “Gulf Day for Gifts and Creativity”. It takes place on the third day of March, and its activities and celebrations continue throughout the first week of March each year.
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