Dubai teachers are survey participant winners

Mike Edwards, Dubai British School - Emirates Hills receives the ACER TRAVELMATE P6
The Classroom Tech Wishlist Survey was an effort to unearth the tech preferences of educators in the GCC 

Dubai, Dec 5, 2023: Three teachers from Dubai schools emerged winners in the Classroom Tech Wishlist Survey conducted by Education Middle East 

Mike Edward, Dubai British School – Emirates Hills; Simimol Jacob, ICT Teacher at Raffles International School – Umm Suqeim; and Shams Ghali, Arabic Lead Teacher at Uptown International School – Mirdif are the winners. 

Simimol Jacob, ICT Teacher at Raffles International School – Umm Suqeim wins the JABRA PANACAST 20

 

The survey was open to K-12 teachers across the GCC, encouraging their active participation in shaping the future of education. The survey titled ‘Classroom Tech Wishlist Survey’, was aimed at unearthing the technological preferences of educators, seeking insights into the tools and gadgets that could enhance teaching methodologies and classroom experiences.

Shams Ghali, Arabic Lead Teacher at Uptown International School – Mirdif wins the JABRA PANACAST 20

Teachers were encouraged to share their insights and perspectives on the gadgets and tools they believed would make their jobs easier, improved learning outcomes, and created a more effective educational environment.   

The response from educators across the region reflected a desire to integrate innovative technology into the learning environment. The valuable insights have provided a deeper understanding of the evolving technological needs within classrooms across the GCC region. 

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