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Ministry directs teachers not to ask students to print e-curriculum

Ministry directs teachers not to ask students to print e-curriculum

The Ministry of Education has directed the teachers not to ask parents and students to print e-curriculum.
The directions has been issued after the ministry noticed that some teachers have asked the students and parents to print the e-curriculum.

The ministry has decided to not to print some of its curriculum in order to enhance electronic learning, and reiterate the importance of activating the digital curriculum through the supportive platforms of the ministry, which are the Madrasati and Ain.

It is noteworthy that the ministry had announced earlier that several curriculum and books would be transferred into the digital curriculum during this academic year, the most notable of which for the 4th grade at primary school to third grade in middle school are, life skills; digital skills; art education.

While the most notable curriculum that has been transferred into the digital curriculum for the first grade of secondary school are: Tafseer; critical thinking; Arabic language; digital technology.

And for the second grade of secondary school the subjects are arts; Tawheed and the cultural and health skills.
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