Posted on January 11, 2019

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education has launched an initiative of excellence of physical education in model and primary schools for boys.

The initiative was launched in a meeting of the coordinators of physical education department at the Ministry. Physical education is an educational course related of maintaining the human body through physical exercises. The initiative aims at spreading the culture of excellence, creativity, quality, commitment in the field of physical education and providing best practices to enrich the educational process. As part of the follow-up of the Department of Educational Guidance in the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, the Department of Physical Education held, on Wednesday, a meeting with male coordinators at Ahmed Mansour Primary School for Boys and another for female coordinators at the Ju’an Ben Jassim Model School for Boys.

The meeting aimed at following up the latest developments in the field of physical education for the second semester of the academic year 2018-2019, and provide feedback on what was observed in the first semester, and to provide appropriate guidance to serve the educational process to achieve quality outputs. The first phase of the meeting was discussed the second semester of the course for all stages, and the guidance on how to implement the educational contexts in each unit of study and for each educational stage in order to achieve the implementation of the learning outcomes of the developed curriculum and the educational competencies to achieve quality outputs.

As well as the programs and activities by the Department in cooperation with external parties. In the second period, the meeting witnessed the launche of the initiative of the excellent of physical education in model and primary schools for boys only. This initiative, headed by Professor Moza Al Badr, Head of Physical Education Curricula, under the supervision of the instructors and mentors of the department, honours the distinguished teachers and coordinators for their contribution in spreading the culture of excellence and creativity in the subject of physical education to high quality standards to improve the outcomes of the educational process.

source: The Peninsula