Posted on November 14, 2017

Doha Learning Week, Qatar’s first education festival, launched by the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), an initiative of Qatar Foundation (QF), is set to conclude. The final day, Wednesday, November 15, will include activities such as football exercises, a textile workshop, and a concert.

Events for Wednesday, November 15:

  • The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy’s ‘Generation Amazing Football’ continues to promote football as a catalyst for social change through fun exercises and skills building, engaging all ages of students and parents at Katara, 10am – 9pm.
  • SEK International School Qatar will host a workshop for its students and their parents inspired by the ‘Imperial Threads’ exhibition currently on at the Museum of Islamic Art. Students will guide their parents through the weaving process and collaborate to create a large rug of recycled textiles, from 9:30am – 11am.
  • Msheireb Museums continues its ‘Educational Guided Tours’, teaching problem-solving skills to five to nine-year old students, at Msheireb Museums, 9am – 5pm.
  • China’s Central Conservatory of Music brings Doha Learning Week to a close with an evening concert of Chinese classical music titled, ‘Alliance of Music Education across the Silk Road’ at Katara Opera House, from 9pm – 10pm.

For full details on the events and participating organizations, please visit www.wise-qatar.org/doha-learning-week-2017-details  

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