The Ministry of Education (MoE) is launching a smart summer classroom program, which is an assessment station that supports students' skills. The program, which is to be implemented after the final results of the academic year 2019/2020 have been issued, targets students of public schools and private schools applying the MoE's curriculum and includes three programs:
First: Developing the reading skill for students of the first cycle classes.
Second: Improving the performance of students who have not passed a subject or more in grades 4 to 12.
Third: Improving the year-end rate by 10 per cent for students from grades 4 to 12.
Smart summer classrooms depend on student's self-learning through educational platforms within a specific time frame. They are distinguished for their flexibility in dealing with the self-learning contents or assessment procedures available on the platform. This should contribute to raising the efficiency of a student's performance and enabling them to gain the skills targeted in the program and take responsibility for their learning and assessment.
The implementation of this program reflects the MoE's keenness for students to gain all the required skills in line with the educational outcomes specified in the learning processes, which are linked to the time plan implemented during the academic year 2019/2020.
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