The Ministry of Education and Higher Education has issued two guidebooks for students and parents in conjunction with the beginning of the academic year 2019/2020.
This step was taken by the e-Learning System at the Curricula Department of the Ministry of Education to facilitate access to the Learning Management System (LMS) for the students and the parents. It should be noted that the department continuously seeks to educate all parties of the educational system about the projects applied in the schools. The two guidebooks are effective projects that have been launched for the new school year.
LMS follows the modern international standards that allow the student, teacher, parent and the school principle to use and access its advantages to order to save time and effort and allow students to learn at any time any where.
With regard to the benefits, the system enables the student to identify the scientific and literary subjects, homework and grades, change personal data, and identify the most important updates and useful educational links and solve assignments and tests, and communicate with school teachers.
While the parent can track their children by following up their attendance and their academic level and behaviour and accessing school reports, communicate with the teachers, see the school announcements, and follow-up assignments and grades.
The teacher for his part can enter a lot of information such as modelling tests, classroom lessons, activities, exercises, questionnaires and other educational materials of all kinds and
classifications by each class.
Meanwhile, the Ministry held an introductory meeting for the school principle on the periodic evaluation for 2019/2020 with the participation of 56 schools for boys and girls, organised by the School Evaluation Department.
During the meeting, a presentation was held on the criteria of periodic evaluation of schools in the basic areas of the educational process in terms of management and school leadership, mission, vision and priorities, monitoring and follow-up and professional development, health and safety, human and material resources, communication and community participation, education and learning and educational
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