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GEMS Education and Queen Rania Teacher Academy sign MoU to enhance teaching skills

Three-year agreement will upskill and empower teachers in all GEMS schools 

Dubai, July 10, 2023: GEMS Education and Queen Rania Teacher Academy have signed a memorandum of understanding that aims to strengthen the teaching skills and pedagogy of GEMS educators teaching UAE Ministry of Education Arabic subjects. 

The three-year MoU will upskill and empower teachers and leaders across the GEMS network of schools with the most up-to-date strategies intended to build their capacity and improve student outcomes in the relevant subjects. 

Commenting on the MoU, Dino Varkey, Group Chief Executive Officer, GEMS Education says, “This agreement is a significant milestone in the overall Education Strategy for GEMS Education that was launched in late 2022. It reflects our commitment to continuously enhance the quality of teaching and learning across all our schools.  

“It ensures that our teachers, who are and always will be the foundation of our organisation, have access to the latest pedagogical advances and professional development opportunities. We are delighted to be working with the Queen Rania Teacher Academy and look forward to a fruitful partnership.” 

The MoU was formally signed at GEMS Education’s corporate headquarters in Dubai.  

Under the terms of the agreement, GEMS staff including heads of Arabic and Islamic departments as well as teachers will have access to a range of world-class professional development opportunities. These include specialised diploma programmes specifically designed for educators by Queen Rania Teacher Academy. 

Dr Saima Rana, Chief Education Officer at GEMS Education and CEO/Principal of GEMS World Academy – Dubai says, “Arabic and Islamic Studies are an important area of focus for us as we look to raise the standards and set new benchmarks in these vital subjects, aligned to the priorities of the UAE’s education regulators and the expectations of our students and their parents.” 

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