from Mohamed bin Zayed Award for Best GCC Teacher visited the Kingdom of
Bahrain and the State of Kuwait as part of the higher committee of the award’s
orientation efforts across GCC as well as its standards that would elevate the
education scene on the level of GCC states.
The delegation included H.E. Eng.
Abdul Rahman Al Hammadi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education’s Support
Services Department, Vice Chairman of the Higher Committee of the Award,
Khulood Al Qassimi, Assistant Undersecretary of Inspection, Vice
Chairman of the Technical Committee of the Award and Dr. Hamad Al Darmaki the Secretary
General of the Award as well as several members.
H.E. Eng. Abdul Rahman Al Hammadi
stressed that there is a strong desire from the Gulf countries to participate
in the Mohamed bin Zayed Award for Best GCC Teacher, pointing out that the
Ministries of Education in the GCC countries are making commendable efforts to
recognize the award among the teachers and educators driven by their belief in
the importance of the award and its solid educational content which lays the
foundation for the enhancement of the educational systems in the Gulf States.
During the visit to Kuwait, the
delegation met with Dr. Mohammed Al-Fares, Kuwaiti Minister of Education, and
Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education Dr. Haytham Al-Athari as well as a
number of Kuwaiti educational leaders as part of the coordination efforts aiming
to galvanize interaction of the education field with the award.
During their visit to the Kingdom
of Bahrain, Members of the Higher Committee of the Mohamed bin Zayed Award for
Best GCC Teacher met with Dr. Mohamed Mubarak Juma, Undersecretary of the
Ministry of Education for Resources and Services. Dr. Mohamed praised the
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Award for Best GCC Teacher and its lofty objectives
that help improve the performance and competence of teachers in the region. He
added that this would positively reflect on the GCC educational field. He
thanked the awards members for responding to the Bahrain’s teachers request to
extend the application submission period.
During his visit to the State of
Kuwait and the Kingdom of Bahrain, the delegation reviewed the mechanisms of
the award, its standards and its goal of creating an educational movement that
enriches the experiences of the Gulf States in the education sector to expand
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