Sharjah's panel explores Japan-Singapore educational models

February 21, 2024 / 12:42 PM
Sharjah 24: The Sharjah Private Education Authority, in partnership with ISC, a specialised educational research company, conducted a panel discussion to explore ways to enhance the educational system and its development areas. Participants examined the best educational practices in Japan and Singapore, and the session covered topics such as curriculum and teaching methods alignment with the visionary leadership's goals for providing high-quality education.
Attended by representatives from the Sharjah Private Education Authority and the Sharjah Education Academy (SEA), the session delved into various subjects, including educational methodologies in Japan and Singapore, historical transformations in their education systems, and current and future trends. It also addressed population distribution's impact on the education system, alongside motivators and challenges facing education in these countries and the relevant legislations.

Ali Al Hosani, Director of the Sharjah Private Education Authority, stressed the significance of such sessions in improving education quality. He underscored the authority's dedication to creating an exceptional educational environment that incorporates cutting-edge global educational practices.

This initiative is part of the authority's broader efforts to elevate education levels and share experiences and knowledge with distinguished international entities in the field. It reflects the authority's commitment to enhancing education quality and fostering international collaboration.

The authority follows a strategic approach centered around building individuals as a primary focus within the education system. This entails delivering high-quality educational services that cater to the needs of the educational community, providing curricula, programmes, and activities aligned with future skill development. These offerings are facilitated by qualified educational staff maintaining the highest standards of professionalism, competence, and ethics. The strategy also promotes knowledge and learning across generations, emphasising the central role of building individuals within the education system.
February 21, 2024 / 12:42 PM

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