According to a survey conducted for education show, GESS DubaiEducators in the Gulf would like to see more technology in schools and larger integration of technology into curricula.
The study of almost 1,000 education professionals from across the Gulf asked what improvements teachers and leaders would like to see, ITP.net reports.
Technology topped the list, particularly devices like smartboards, virtual reality headsets, tablets and smart apps as well as 3D printers.
Teachers said that, they would like to see more interactive software to assist teachers and students perform better and to become more innovative.
Non-technology related improvements also made it to the wish list, which includes the development of programmes that will encourage more critical thinking for students, significant use of outdoor spaces, as well as more resources dedicated to nurturing a green environment across schools in the UAE.
GESS Dubai will take place from 27th February to 1st March 2018 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Saeed Halls.
Sarah Palmer, marketing and conference director, Tarsus F&E LLC Middle East, organisers of the GESS Dubai said, “For over 10 years now, GESS Dubai has been the premier showcase for the latest education-focused products and solutions in the region.”
He also added, “In our desire to stay relevant to schools’ needs, we did the survey to find out what school leaders and education professionals need more of to enhance the teaching and learning experience in the classroom. Technology-related teaching aids and learning tools were the overwhelming choice.”
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