Posted on April 07, 2020

Qatar University’s National Center for Educational Development launched educational campaign ‘SANID’, to support parents, students and teachers in distance learning processes. The campaign started from 5 April, the aim of this campaign is to support parents, students and teachers to assist them in distance learning by providing workshops, instructions and skills.

Through its multiple platforms, in addition to online discussion services similar to the "hotline" to provide various educational consultations and direct answer to questions related to technological or educational challenges that students, their relatives or teachers may face during this period. Commenting on this campaign, Dr. Abdullah Abu-Tineh, Director of The National Center for Educational Development said: "The center will increase the provision of its services and diversity according to the need. Depending on increase of demand until the end of the academic year or till the crisis end, God willing."

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Dr. Abu-Tineh added that The Ministry of Education and Higher Education's keenness to continue to educational process in the current situation conveys a clear message to young generation that learning will never end even in the darkest conditions. Learning is and will be priority always. “Despite the great efforts made by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education with all its forces, we at the National Center for Educational Development at Qatar University have found it necessary for us to stand with the state and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education to support students, teachers, and parents,” he added.

The distance learning experience is a rich experience for everyone and becomes a future choice after a while regardless of the end of the crisis or its continuation. In his presentation, Dr. Abdullah said that it is general in all subjects and for all educational levels from the university to the different educational stages.

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