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The impact of Qatar national professional standards: Teachers’ perspectives
( Consortia Academia Publishing , 2014 , Article)
Over the past twenty years, countries have embraced educational reforms that are driven by standards-based education that include professional standards for teachers. This is the case in Qatar where professional standards ...
EDUCATION FOR A NEW ERA: STAKEHOLDERS’ PERCEPTION OF QATARI EDUCATION REFORM
( Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development , 2013 , Article)
The paper reports the results of a qualitative research study that explores principal, teacher, and parent perceptions with regard to Qatar’s education reform, Education for a New Era (EFNE) launched in 2004. The study ...
Identity issues: expatriate professors teaching and researching in Qatar
( Springer Netherlands , 2015 , Article)
Today, academics are more transient, working outside their home countries, than at any other time in the history of academics especially in the Arab World were there is great demand for faculty members educated in Western’ ...
Truth against truth: American and Arab history school textbooks portrayal of the Arab–Israeli conflict
( Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals , 2011 , Article)
Textbooks reflect a national consensus regarding the knowledge, values and perspectives that a society wants conveyed to their students. Through textbooks, students are exposed to a dominant narrative that presents an ...
Qatar’s Educational Reform: The Experiences and Perceptions of Principals, Teachers and Parents
( Macrothink Institute , 2013 , Article)
This study describes the implications of the massive Qatari educational reform, Education For a New Era (EFNE), from the perspectives of teachers, principals, and parents provides insight into these stakeholders perceptions ...