Arabian Linguistic Expert : « Foreigner inferiority complex» is dominant And there’s a way for restoring confidence
How’s your Arabic tongue? Hey wait; You have to walk down in any Arabian capital to see the names of most stores in English! It goes against pride in the language in any other country, and if you rashly speak with your Arabian friends in Standard Arabic instead of common slang, It’s gonna turn into a laugh. Imagine if your luck has driven you for a job so you will be amazed that one of the Crucial justification for an appointment is to master English “fluently” while no one thinks about testing your Arabic mastery.
«Arabic for Life» .. kalemon’s surprise at first participation in Abu Dhabi book Fair
Kalemon Educational Company (a subsidiary for AlMotahida Group) has initiated its first participation in the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair, in conjunction with the 30th session. “Kalemon” actively engages through an unprecedented set of advanced curricula and digital platforms in teaching Arabic to non-speakers, the most important of which is “Arabic for Life” and “Bareq,” as well as advanced written and digital dictionaries between Arabic and other languages. The platforms have received remarkable interaction and interest from the fair visitors.
From “face to face” to self-directed.. 12 Models of blended learning meet your needs
Blended learning has been growing in popularity as it has proved to be an effective approach for accommodating an increasingly diverse student population whilst adding value to the learning environment through the incorporation of online teaching resources.()
It becomes increasingly evident that blended learning can overcome various limitations related to online learning and face-to-face instruction. A meta-analysis of more than 1,100 empirical studies published between 1996 and 2008 concluded that blended learning proves to be more effective than either online learning or face-to-face instruction. The question now is not whether to blend or not; it is how to design an effective blend. ()
All about Blended learning “the most urgent demand”
Blended Learning has become a catchphrase for using technology in the classroom. The idea is used to describe the education system’s response to the need for 21st-century skills, a solution to the budget crisis in schools, and a beacon of hope for the transformation of education through individual interventions.()
10 indispensable advantages to the preference for Blended learning
Blended learning makes the difference by intelligent adaptive technologies, students are actually put in the driver’s seat so that they can literally help architect their own learning path, enable all struggling students to gain more opportunities to master lessons and concepts, feel successful, they’re not stigmatized or embarrassed, All of them grow in an environment that’s highly personalized to their unique learning needs.()
“AlMotahida Education” launches “Weghat”.. The first school for self-blended learning
“AlMotahida Education Group” has launched “Weghat” platform to be the first interactive digital school for self and blended learning, with the participation of renowned education experts and teachers, and through international learning techniques and standards, a pattern that was increasingly needed after the Coved-19 epidemic.
“Weghat” is an online learning platform with study content and analytical tools to enhance academic achievement, as well as virtual classrooms, and an ever-increasing range of unique learning sources.
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Indian expert: Seven myths in e-learning “Do not fall”!
Online education and e-learning is now viewed by educational institutions as a window of hope. This has made efforts to integrate online education and the use of technical tools such as learning management systems (LMS) and online conference platforms such as Udemy, Educadium, CourseCraft and Skillshare, and are trying to come up with different ways to reach their students who are quarantined in their homes, towns and villages.
But skeptics and cynics have created myths about e-learning , which is why Indian educational expert Dr. Joseph Dorairaj (dean of the School of Foreign Languages at the Rural Gandigram Institute) tries to uncover these illusions in a recent article in The Hindu, referring to what he describes as “seven myths of online learning”, which lead societies to disrupt knowledge and share skills. Let us follow these myths according to the expert:
What is distance learning and its pressing justifications?
Everyone is wondering what this type of learning means, whether we’re going to be content with a wooden horse instead of the one we’ve been on the horizon, or whether we’re going to have a rich and different learning experience through electronic reality?!