Education_bh: Innovation and Excellence 2022, a first-of-its-kind initiative, is informing educators, students, and parents of the most important educational innovations across Bahrain’s schools and universities.
23 incredible innovations from schools and universities in the Kingdom were awarded at a private event hosted by Gulf Insider in association with Batelco on Wednesday, 2nd November at Al Areen Palace and Spa. At the Bahrain Education Awards, members of all the participating educational establishments shared best practices with fellow educators. It was an evening of coming together as a fraternity in recognition of the good work educational institutions are doing across the Kingdom.
At the Bahrain Education Awards, members of different schools and universities shared best practices with fellow educators. It was an evening of coming together as a fraternity in recognition of the good work educational institutions are doing across the Kingdom.
Nick Cooksey, Gulf Insider’s CEO, said of the event; “Education_bh: Innovation and Excellence provides Bahrain’s schools and universities with an opportunity to share significant innovations that improve the educational experience of students. It aims to inform parents and students and encourage institutions to meet and share ideas and best practices.
In 2020, Gulf Insider’s management became increasingly concerned over how Covid lockdown restrictions were affecting student education and the potential long-term consequences of this. With invaluable guidance from leading educators, Gulf Insider created Education_bh: Innovation & Excellence, a unique platform for educational institutions to share innovations, ideas, and best practices.
All the innovations submitted by the educational institutions will be posted online along with innovations of other educational institutions on Gulf Insider. The innovations will also be in Gulf Insider’s special print issue available through educational institutions.
For more details, visit: https://www.gulf-insider.com/education-bh/
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