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Exposure

Dubai Eye - Helen Farmer

Inclusion in the UAE - building Communities

A laid back look at life in the UAE. Stay up to date with what's happening and where to go with free advice, expert opinion and storytelling which gives an inside scoop in to real life UAE. Calling foodies, culture vultures and people who want answers from our trusted team of engaging experts.

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Global School Alliance

Diary of an Education Consultant

Supporting your students, staff and broader community on their return to school
How are you ensuring positive wellbeing across your school community on our return to learning for the 2021-2022 academic year?
There is a range of areas of concern and points to note to scaffold positive wellbeing and peace of mind. Five key areas are wellbeing, access, provision, learning needs and environment.

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Optimus Education

4 tips for optimised LSA support

Learning support assistants (LSAs) provide valuable support to pupils with complex needs but their continuing professional development (CPD) is often overlooked. Catherine O Farrell explains how teachers and other professionals can work with them to develop the skills they need.

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From fear to opportunity and growth: levering the power of the collective

So, we all know the narrative that has been espoused again and again over the past months. It's flooding our televisions, swamping our radios and drowning our discussions - Covid-19.

This is NOT another coronavirus story, but it wouldn't be a story without coronavirus; like Schrödinger's cat, this story only started because Covid-19 made it so!

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Supporting Our Most Vulnerable Students As They Return To School

As educators across the region have recently returned to school for the second term of the academic year, it is expected that a lot of planning and contingency have gone into making sure schools continue to be safe for students. Continuous planning is key for high needs students of determination and indeed all students and teachers alike. The student should be at the centre of everything we do.

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How COVID-19 is Bringing Educators Together

The last few months have seen the world become a different place. I think it's fair to say that every person who made a prediction in 2015 of "Where do you see yourself in five years time?" got it wrong!

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What is inclusion- really?

During my first DSIB inspection as a SENDCo I remember the lead inspector approaching me on day one with a list of three children who she wanted to shadow.

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Gender Bias in Schools: A Dubai Case Study

Gender Bias is a prevalent issue relating to SEND identification across the globe. Following analysis of SEND data over a two-year period at Ranches Primary School in Dubai it can be seen how this effect is being reflected in Dubai's Educational Landscape.

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Communication- when is enough enough?

With the lightning speed of technological developments in the media sphere, communication is becoming an ever pervasive part of our daily lives- we are persistently bombarded with notifications from social media, merchants, news channels, work and personal contacts. When is enough enough?

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ARE YOU HARNESSING THE HIDDEN POWER IN YOUR CLASSROOM? LSA superstars

With the lightning speed of technological developments in the media sphere, communication is becoming an ever pervasive part of our daily lives- we are persistently bombarded with notifications from social media, merchants, news channels, work and personal contacts. When is enough enough?

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Levering the Power of Quantum Physics in Leadership

You have made it to the third term of the 2020-2021 academic year! The fact that you have made it to the final term of this academic year is cause for great celebrations. As an educator, you have taken all the shots fired at you, and you have gone above and beyond to ensure that your students continued learning. Take some time to stop and think about the fact that you remained resilient through great challenges, and feel proud of yourself.

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Supporting the return to face to face education

Welcome to 2021! This time last year, we were happily welcoming 2020. None of us had a clue that it would be a year like no other. We were filled with hope and optimism, and that is exactly what we have to do even as we enter 2021. No matter what 2021 brings, we must face it with hope and optimism. COVID-19 has presented us with great challenges, some of which still continue even as of today. But it has also helped us to grow and evolve in ways that we would never have even dreamed of. It is fair to say that in many instances, the global pandemic may have kept us apart physically, but it has bonded us together in hearts, minds and spirits. We have seen humanity at its best in many instances.

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Recruitment and Optimised Onboarding in Education

Welcome to 2021! This time last year, we were happily welcoming 2020. None of us had a clue that it would be a year like no other. We were filled with hope and optimism, and that is exactly what we have to do even as we enter 2021. No matter what 2021 brings, we must face it with hope and optimism. COVID-19 has presented us with great challenges, some of which still continue even as of today. But it has also helped us to grow and evolve in ways that we would never have even dreamed of. It is fair to say that in many instances, the global pandemic may have kept us apart physically, but it has bonded us together in hearts, minds and spirits. We have seen humanity at its best in many instances.

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Escaping the past and planning for the future in education

Welcome to the summer 2019 issue of Teach Middle East Magazine. This is the last issue of volume 6. The entire volume has been a huge success. We are near the end of yet another academic year and what a year it has been. As the quote above states, the success we have enjoyed here at Teach Middle East Magazine did not come easy. It took hard work, perseverance and lots of sacrifice. Every issue was a masterpiece, thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, writers and in-house staff. We enjoyed working on each issue and interacting with all of you.

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Generating a shared repertoire in Education

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Challenging Gifted Students

Why is it that teachers tend to avoid challenging their more able students? All too often gifted students are under identified, under supported and under achieving. Catherine O'Farrell, Group Head with Bloom Education and experienced senior and corporate leader, explains about this dilemma and how teachers can respond.

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Reflective Practice in Education

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K-12 Digest

Agile response to change in Education

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Inclusive Practice to Reflect the Digital Transformation

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