In cooperation with Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment English, Nahdet Misr Publishing House has recently organized another successful round of “Cambridge Day” under the theme of “Digital Transformation in Education”. Over 300 schools’ principals, directors and teachers attended the event to discover the latest digital educational resources and teaching methods offered by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Assessment English and Nahdet Misr Publishing House.
“Cambridge Day II” featured four interactive sessions discussing the latest e-learning and digital solutions, and their impact on the learning process.
The event started with a session by Nahla Al Malki, ELT Consultant, CELTA Trainer at Cambridge University Press, who talked about critical thinking and active learning, and how to employ them in the digital learning process, and their importance for children at young age. The second session was given by Amir Al Sawy, the Digital Operation Manager at Nahdet Misr Publishing House, discussing means of integrating technology into education through learner journey mapping.
Afterwards, Fahd Al Hussaini, the Regional Director-Middle East and North Africa International Education at Cambridge University Press, presented Cambridge University Press different digital resources and how to use them to further facilitate the learning process. The last session was given by George Hanna, Senior Business Development Manager at Cambridge Assessment English, where he tackled the importance of English language qualifications for students that empower them with real life-long skills.
With the major reforms happening now in the education sector in Egypt, Dalia Ibrahim, Nahdet Misr’s CEO said “as part of our role in supporting the development of the educational sector in Egypt we were keen to organize “Cambridge Day II” to discuss and inform educators with the latest digital and electronic solutions that will empower students and further support e-learning”.
It’s noteworthy that Nahdet Misr has recently collaborated with the Egyptian Ministry of Education and has transformed all the Egyptian curricula into interactive ones available for students at the Egyptian Knowledge Bank.