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18Aug

Here’s What Teachers Can Do About Climate Change

Heba Khaled 0 Likes 0 Comment

A few months ago, a scorching heat wave hit Egypt, as temperature peaked, on an otherwise breezy day in May, to reach 45 degrees Celsius in Cairo. The heat wave also stretched to reach neighboring countries such as Jordan, Syria, Palestine, and Iraq. Climate change? Yes! It is happening and it is getting worse by […]

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18Jan

Quality Education at Mass

Christine Safwat 0 Likes 0 Comment

*Originally published in Wise Ed Review   “Education is life!” A quote commonly used and very rarely understood and put into practice. We live in a time where Education is a fixed form in an ever-changing world, where the student and teacher in a classroom are perceived as constants, while human beings and contexts remain […]

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21Jun

How to Master Self-learning: Advice from THE TRAINER

Amr El- Selouky 0 Likes 0 Comment

We were all born self-learners. But, some of us are better at it than others. Our ability to learn on our own wears off as we grow up totally dependent on formal education.  We are lucky to have a lot of our work cut out for us, but those who excel are the ones who beat […]

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17Dec

5 Difficult Students in Every Class and How to Handle Them

Mona Abdel-Moneim 0 Likes 0 Comment

As if the teaching vocation is not hard enough the way it is, teachers are handed the additional responsibility of some parenting on the side.  This added duty is no big deal when you’ve been blessed with a class of generally well-behaved students, but when this is not the case, you’ll realize that your job has […]

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    Heba Khaled 0 Likes 0 Comment

    A few months ago, a scorching heat wave hit Egypt, as temperature peaked, on an otherwise breezy day in May, to reach 45 degrees Celsius in Cairo. The heat wave also stretched to reach neighboring countries such as Jordan, Syria, Palestine, and Iraq. Climate change? Yes! It is happening and it is getting worse by […]

    read more
    Christine Safwat 0 Likes 0 Comment

    *Originally published in Wise Ed Review   “Education is life!” A quote commonly used and very rarely understood and put into practice. We live in a time where Education is a fixed form in an ever-changing world, where the student and teacher in a classroom are perceived as constants, while human beings and contexts remain […]

    read more
    Amr El- Selouky 0 Likes 0 Comment

    We were all born self-learners. But, some of us are better at it than others. Our ability to learn on our own wears off as we grow up totally dependent on formal education.  We are lucky to have a lot of our work cut out for us, but those who excel are the ones who beat […]

    read more
    Mona Abdel-Moneim 0 Likes 0 Comment

    As if the teaching vocation is not hard enough the way it is, teachers are handed the additional responsibility of some parenting on the side.  This added duty is no big deal when you’ve been blessed with a class of generally well-behaved students, but when this is not the case, you’ll realize that your job has […]

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