Peter Tabichi, a maths and science teacher at Keriko Mixed Day Secondary School in Pwani Village, Nakuru, Kenya, […]
Three GEMS Education schools achieved a ‘Good’ rating for their first DSIB inspection and we look at what that means for parents.
Eric Jamieson, Chief Education Officer — Egypt and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at GEMS Education, discusses his belief that education, and what it offers students, can be so much more than it currently is.
We hear from four IB and British curriculum teachers on what students should consider when choosing their electives for senior school.
We hear from three teachers as they address some of the issues concerning parents looking for the right early years school for their children, as well what parents should look out for and the questions they should ask.
GEMS New Millenium School has embarked on the Program for Appreciation and Cultivation of Talent (PACT), a […]
Learning a second language benefits the speaker so much more than simply having a wider scope of communication. Micheline Chaia, Director of GEMS World Acacdemy‘s Language Institute, addresses these benefits in more depth.
Zita Devadasan and Zakiya Omran, two long-serving teachers at Our Own English School — Sharjah (OOS), recently retired with three quarters of a century’s experience between them. Here, they reflect on their time in education.
Most people take thinking for granted, but there are real skills behind the process – skills that can be developed and taught. Dr Issam T Abu Zaid, HR Consultant – Strategic Talent Management at Saudi-based Ma’aden, explains.
With 80% of all new jobs created in the next decade being in STEM fields, and with a growing requirement for many professions to have some practical STEM knowledge, Premier Genie provides a platform bridging the gap between theoretical and hands-on learning via in-school and after-school programmes.