April 2, 2023

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"Education for the Gulf Countries" concludes its participation in the "Al Ain Book"

“Education for the Gulf Countries” concludes its participation in the “Al Ain Book”

For its publications covering a wide range of disciplines in the field of education, the Al Ain Book Fair 2021 ended amid significant attendance by the Office of Arab Education for Gulf Countries.

Dr. Issa Saleh Al Hammadi, Director of the Center for Arabic Language Education for Gulf Countries in Sharjah, said that in light of the visitors’ visit the office was successful through its pavilion and was keen to benefit directly from all to see the quality publications provided by the office and the valuable research in science, knowledge and courses in them. All education.

Al-Hammadi offers a number of studies prepared by the Office of the Arab Education Office for Gulf Countries and updated content aimed at supporting career development skills for male and female teachers. Assisting the scientific research movement and decision makers based on the new academic knowledge provided by these publications.

Al Hammadi praised the exhibition for its excellent and significant success and the level of daily attendance, in addition to pointing out that the community’s interest in focusing on all academic courses aims to participate in spreading the scientific productivity of the office. In various fields of office and educational institutions, by submitting science institutes to the concerned institutes. States and its organs in such scientific and cultural forums.

Al-Hammadi explained that many of the first publications received attention, such as “Revelations, Causes and Treatment”, and the publication of reading and writing difficulties in educational requirements and empowerment related to citizenship and sustainable development of Arabic language curricula. Arabic language teachers in the field of general education from the skills of the twenty-first century, and teaching reading to beginners in the light of oral language requirements and other different editions.

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