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The Minister of Education heads the panel participating in the conference.
DUBAI, 2nd April, 2020 (WAM) — The United Arab Emirates participated in the Education Technology Exhibition and Conference (BETT) held in the British capital London from March 29 to 31. The participation came with the aim of learning about its technology programs and initiatives aimed at improving the education system and the latest innovative educational technology solutions in line with rapid global changes and contributing to improving and changing the concept of education. Adaptable to future needs.
The State Committee was chaired by the Minister of Education, His Excellency Dr. Ahmad bin Abdullah Hamid Belhole Al Falasi, and the Assistant Under-Secretary for the Curriculum Department, His Excellency Dr. Hassan Al Muhairi – was a member along with several senior education officials. . A number of partners of the Ministry of Education, including UAE University, Khalifa University, University of Birmingham Dubai, Sharjah Private Education Authority, Higher Technical Colleges, United Educational Publishing, Mohammed Bin Zayed Award for Excellence, were present at the country pavilion at the exhibition. Author, Emirates Airlines and Emirates Center for Innovation in Communication and Information Technology and Emirates Foundation for School Education.
Honorable Dr. Ahmad bin Abdullah Belhol Al Falasi pointed out the importance of the Educational Technology Exhibition and Conference as an important global platform to explore the future of educational technology and its modern applications. His Excellency said: “The Ministry of Education is keen to participate in this global event to witness the best pioneering global experiences in the field of education and to highlight the UAE’s efforts and leadership in the field of education by keeping pace with and adopting the latest technologies of the era in the fields of technology and innovation.” It is capable of preparing a highly skilled generation to steer the wheel of development in the future. Government and Smart Leadership in Achieving Sustainable Development and Knowledge Economy.”
The Ministry of Education organized two dialogue sessions during the conference. The first focus was on the topic of Future Skills in the UAE in light of the UAE Centenary 2071 and the need to nurture and develop skills that will consolidate economic and social prosperity in the country for decades to come. The second dialogue session was: “UAE: A Global Partner and Regional Hub in the Education Sector”, during which they discussed the outstanding development the country has achieved in the education sector by establishing schools and universities of international standards. Initiating initiatives to attract international academic expertise to build its integrated education model by combining quality of education, sponsorship of research and promotion of innovation, which qualified the country as a major global partner and regional hub in the field of education.
On the sidelines of the Educational Technology Exhibition and Conference, His Excellency Dr. Ahmad Belhoul Al Falasi held bilateral meetings with several officials and experts in the field of education in the United Kingdom. educational institutions to discuss ways to promote joint cooperation in the field of education, and during these visits His Highness met with a large number of Emirati students enrolled in doctoral programs at these universities, and praised their efforts to acquire the necessary science and knowledge. Continue the development process the country is witnessing and convey the civilizational and cultural image of the UAE to all parts of the world.
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