The Association of Queen Rania Al Abdullah Award for Excellence in Education (QRAE) will be a content partner at the Newthink Festival’s “Education Neighbourhood”, in line with its belief in the importance of such events to motivate distinguished educators to develop themselves and promote their success stories and the culture of excellence that they believe in.
The festival was announced on August 19 and the activities will be held on the 5th and 6th of September with the participation of QRAE’s distinguished teachers and principals, who will be there as ambassadors of the award, presenting their successful experiences in education and community service.
They will also be sharing their suggestions to face common educational challenges based on their experiences, touching on a number of issues related to the moral side of education and its importance in nurturing future generations.
The distinguished educators will showcase and discuss past experiences that underline the need to work with the local community and talk about vocational education and the opportunities it offers to students.
More information about the participating teachers and principals and the topics they will be focusing on are available on the QRAE’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
QRAE Director Ms. Lubna Touqan said the distinguished educators are participating in the Newthink Festival as ambassadors of excellence and community change agents in their own right, stressing the importance of sharing their experience with the audience at the festival, which presents the success stories of community leaders and entrepreneurs.
“We are proud of our distinguished educators and the inspiration they give to their students, schools and communities, and during the Newthink Festival teachers will share with the public their knowledge and passion for education, exemplifying the bright spots in our local education sector,” she added.th the Ministry of So