A Time to Reflect: Teaching with Technology in the UAE

Last fall the Sheikh Saud bin Saqr al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research approached me about working with them on the creation of a 21st Century Teaching Scholarship program for teachers, as well as the build out of an online portal for Ras al Khaimah educators to exchange ideas, lessons and best practices in English and Arabic. I welcome you to listen to my podcast reflection above to learn about the program, the amazing work and collaborations of educators in Ras al Khiamah and my post program reflections.

I would like to thank the Foundation for providing me the opportunity to create and teach a program for such passionate educators.

To global collaboration and education!

Anna

Founder, Bon Education

@bon_education

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2 Responses to “A Time to Reflect: Teaching with Technology in the UAE”


  1. 1 gpa price June 10, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    What a professional style you have! I felt that every word was chosen carefully. In your 5 minute podcast, you explained precisely and concisely, your points.
    As the ONLY constructive criticism I could think of, would be a change in tone to reflect your own excitement in your reflections on the seminar with your “students”.
    We love to hear what’s going on.
    Thanks for sharing this.
    gpa.

  2. 2 readinggal June 10, 2010 at 4:39 pm

    Thanks Walt! I loved this project – so I supposed I should record again with different tone!


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