HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Mohamed Abdul Wahed Ali al-Hammadi met with the administrative and teaching staff of Tiba Primary School for Girls and listened to their views and observations during his visit today to the school in the framework of consultative meetings with all parties of the educational process.
The minister discussed with a number of Qatari teachers and co-ordinators the issues of education, teaching and job-related matters, the role of the assistant teacher, the schedule of classes, and extracurricular activities and their role in the educational process.
They also discussed the development of the educational process and the preservation of the student’s academic and educational performance as the focus of the educational process, which must be nurtured and prepared to meet the requirements and needs of the state.
HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education listened to the observations and views of the teachers in order to achieve the goal of the visit, expressing appreciation of their exerted efforts. He pointed out that the important remarks made during the meeting will be considered.
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