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'Ibtikar Al-Kuwait' initiative keen on improving educational process
March 28, 2016, 2:40 pm

'Ibtikar Al-Kuwait' Initiative for Innovation, dedicated for researches and projects of public schools' female treachers and students, has emphasized the importance of training teachers and students to best improve their skills and sufficiency to improve the educational process. General Director of the initiative Dr. Fatma Al-Hashim said in press remarks on Monday that programs, training courses and activities provided by the initiative during the year contribute to boosting the skills of the students and teachers.

"This reflects the vision of Chairman of the Board of Directors Sheikha Fadya Al-Saad Al-Sabah in investing in the human resources and achieving the highest level of educational efficacy of the students and prepare them to deal with the latest educational and technological tools", she added. She added that "the woman is a key player in the development of our societies and thus needs an appropriate qualification to best serve it", Sheikha Fadya said.

This initiative contributes to making a remarkable leap in the educational system, move from the tradition methods into a more innovative and creative ones based on acquisition of skills and expertise to cope with the latest educational developments, she said. 

'Ibtikar Al-Kuwait' aims at spreading awareness in the education field, she noted, adding that the initiative has organized a number of free training courses for a number of public education female teachers.

It already offered three courses titled "Creative Thinking Skills" by international trainer Muna Ref'aat, "How To Make Our Teaching More Interesting" by Dr. Abdullah Al-Failakawi from Kuwait University (KU), as well as another dubbed "Being Creative" by international trainer Baheya Al-Thifiri.

Source: KUNA

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