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30 Aug 2013

ADEC is organizing curriculum training in the week before students report to schools to ensure that all teachers have the knowledge and skills necessary to implement the curriculum. Kindergarten to Grade 6 teachers will be familiarized with new learning outcomes and teaching approaches related to Arabic Language, English, Mathematics, Science, Integrated Social Studies, Health and Physical Education, Art, Music and Information and Communication Technology /ICT/. Grade 12 teachers will also receive training on CEPA in order to support their students to prepare for the university entrance examination through their curriculum learning. "There is a particular focus on the roll out of the NSM in Grade 6 /Cycle 2/, especially in subjects such as Arabic, English, Mathematics, Science and Integrated Social Studies. Both Arabic and English Medium Teachers in Grade 6 will receive training on the new learning outcomes, teaching approaches and assessment components related to the NSM. It's one thing to talk about the NSM, but it's another thing to apply these approaches to classroom practice. We are supporting our teachers to do this," said Dr. Karima Al Mazroui, ADEC's Curriculum Division Manager.

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