An initiative by Queen Rania Teacher Academy in partnership with the International Baccalaureate

‘If there was a time when we are most in need of an educational renaissance to empower our youth, the time is now.’

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah

QRTA invites you to register for the 3rd Teacher Skills Forum

24 March, 2017
Pre-conference Institutes

25 & 26 March, 2017
Dead Sea, Jordan
King Hussein bin Talal Convention Centre

The 2017 Teacher Skills Forum intends to examine the process of deconstructing learning targets and re-constructing clear and understandable learning goals to enrich the quality of teaching/learning experiences in the classroom.

24 March, 2017

Pre-conference Institutes

A unique opportunity for educators to engage in an exploration of practical solutions based on real issues in education from a variety of specialized fields. The pre-conference institutes will offer interested educators an array of parallel running, full-day workshops held by renowned experts and keynote speakers from world-class universities and institutions.

Given the highly specialized topics, the caliber of institute presenters and the depth of content exploration, registration for the pre-conference institutes will be limited. Registrants are encouraged to act quickly and priority will be given to registrants who register for both the institutes and conference together.

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TSF pre-conference institutes

Forum Strands

The following thematic strands are designed to encourage educators to “deconstruct” learning outcomes and “reconstruct” them in terms that relate to what students will know (cognitive domain), do (psycho-motor domain) and think/feel (affective domain) through the crosscutting lens of innovation in education & technology integration.

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  • Students Mental Health
  • Interactive Pedagogies
  • Leadership
  • Early Childhood
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Special Learners
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Speakers

Support Us in Improving Education for Future Generations

By supporting the Teacher Skills Forum 2017 you are contributing to the region’s most successful education forum, directly impacting the quality of education in the Arab World.

With 1000 (+) participants expected to attend this year, across the region and around the world, the forum fosters interaction between educators, stakeholders, and supporters, who may work in government, civil society, or the private sector, to facilitate relationship building.

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Organizer

Queen Rania Teacher Academy

Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA) is an independent institution committed to Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah’s vision of empowering educators with the skills, recognition, and support necessary to excel in the classroom. It promotes excellence in teacher education and policy deliberation in Jordan and throughout the region, and it aims to improve overall education in Jordan and stimulating educational advancement across the Middle East.

Partners

International Baccalaureate

Founded in 1968, the International Baccalaureate (IB) is a not-for profit foundation, which offers four high-quality, challenging education programs for a worldwide community of schools. For more than 45 years, the IB programmes have gained a reputation for rigor and high academic standards, for preparing students for life in a globalized 21st century and for helping to develop citizens who will create a better, more peaceful world.