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    افتراضي Educaition in the UAE now and then


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    Educaition in the UAE now and then

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    The different between high school and univercity








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    سلام عليكــــــ .::.

    بن عمي <<<<<<<<<<<<

    متى تبا البحث ؟؟؟؟






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    الصورة الرمزية Lobna
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    تاريخ التسجيل : 03-02-08
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    ربنا آتنا في الدنيا حسنة .. .. و في الآخرة حسنة .. و قنا عذاب النار ..اللهم يا عالم الخفيات .. يا مجيب الدعوات ..يا قاضي الحاجات .. يا خالق الأرض و السماوات ..أنت الله الذي لا إله إلا أنت الواحد الأحد .. الفرد الصمد ..الوهاب الذي لا يبخل ..

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    Differences Between High School and College



    The first thing you will notice about college is that it is much different than high school. You have more
    freedom and more opportunities, indicating that you must make important decisions yourself. At day one you are alone. Even if you know other students at the university, you are one in thousands. Becoming someone of importance is challenging, and at times can be very intimidating. Understanding the changes from high school to college will give you a head start.

    Freedom

    One of the biggest differences between high school and college is that in college every decision is yours to make. Your parents are not there to remind you to do your homework. You are now allowed to choose what classes you want to take and when those classes will be.

    The Benefit: If you have ever felt trapped while in high school, because you were unable to make decisions for yourself. Now is the time to prove to everyone that you know what is best for you. In college you are set free, and if you let your ambitions guide you, you can go places and do things that you never imagined.

    The Negatives: For many students, freedom is the one thing that destroys them. If you have the freedom to do great things, you also have the freedom to make poor decisions.

    My favorite freedom that I gained by graduating from high school was no longer needing to ask to use the restroom! I hated asking a student teacher, still in college and only a few years older than me, if I could use the restroom.

    Classes

    In high school, I was able to go to class, listen to the teacher, finish the homework assignment, and talk to my friends, all in one class session. In college those tasks will be separated.

    Total class time in college is much less than in high school. Professors will cover what they believe is the most important information in that time; however, it does not mean that they will cover all of the material that will be on the test. Most of your college learning will actually be done outside of class and classes will be used for reviewing and reinforcement of concepts. Where as in high school all learning was done in class and review was done outside of class and only if necessary.

    Class Attendance: Some professors will give you credit for being in class. Others could care less. However, it is HIGHLY recommended that you attend ALL classes.

    Syllabus

    Everything you need for a class will be put on the syllabus. Professors may not give any additional reminders of tests, homework assignments, and papers. Not paying attention to your syllabus could be one of your worst mistakes.

    Opportunities

    The possibilities are endless. You can participate in “real” research, researching things that no one else has. You can be a leader in a student organization that grows to be an organization that many universities support. You can write a book, and have the necessary advisors, professors, to teach you the ropes of having something published. You will learn how to get involved in campus politics, which I believe can be as important as city or national politics.

    Meeting People

    One of my favorite parts of college is meeting people. Reach out to people. Don’t be afraid to start a conversation with a stranger. You never know, that stranger may end up being your coauthor, or your business partner. There is nowhere else besides a university where you can find such a large amount of people with countless and unimaginable skills.






  5. #5
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    ربنا آتنا في الدنيا حسنة .. .. و في الآخرة حسنة .. و قنا عذاب النار ..اللهم يا عالم الخفيات .. يا مجيب الدعوات ..يا قاضي الحاجات .. يا خالق الأرض و السماوات ..أنت الله الذي لا إله إلا أنت الواحد الأحد .. الفرد الصمد ..الوهاب الذي لا يبخل ..

    افتراضي رد: Educaition in the UAE now and then


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    .Education in the UAE in the past and present.

    It is no secret that there was little development anywhere in the Arabian Peninsula prior to the discovery of oil. The reason is simple: there was no money for it. The economy in those days was a simple one, based upon pearl diving, fishing, coastal trade and the most rudimentary agriculture.
    In 1962 when oil production began in Abu Dhabi the country lacked virtually everything: schools, hospitals, airports, seaports, a dependable supply of safe drinking water, electricity plants and, most importantly, proper housing for the majority of the people. Indeed in the whole country there was not a single kilometer of tarmac road. There had been peace, but a peace without prosperity.
    In 1962 there were only 20 schools in the country with less than 4000 students -- and most of those boys. By the time the UAE was established in 1971, there were still less than 28,000 students and education was pretty well confined to the towns. Today there are over 290,000 children at government schools all over the country. Each village has its primary school for young children and in the towns, secondary schools with boarding facilities mean that students of $$$$ sexes can complete their secondary education.
    In the past, post-secondary education was government-financed and of course meant going abroad to other Arab countries or even to Britain or America. At present, however, the UAE can offer higher education at home. In 1977 the Emirates University was set up in Al Ain. Since that time there have been some 14,500 graduates with half of them women. Hundreds of new graduates are turned out each year.
    Courses offered include the traditional university subjects as well as various kinds of engineering, agriculture, various scientific disciplines and a highly-rated Faculty of Medicine which is recognized by Britain's prestigious Royal College of Surgeons. Overseas scholarships are still available for higher degrees and are still financed by the government.
    Early on, the government realized the importance of technical and vocational training for its citizens -- $$$$ male and female -- so that they could help in meeting the demands of the local job market.
    To help meet these demands, in 1988 a system of Higher Colleges of Technology was set up. These offer a more technically oriented course of study. As in the university and the government schools, tuition at the Colleges is free and curriculum has been produced in consultation with potential employers such as banks, airlines and the local oil industry. In 1992 when the first group of students graduated, they had little or no difficulty in finding jobs.
    A new Certificate and Diploma program is being introduced in 1995-96 which will offer a year-long course of basic studies for those who lack adequate preparation to enter the four year Higher Colleges course.
    Additional technical education and training is also available in institutions such as the Dubai Aviation College, the Emirates Banking Training Institute or the Career Development Centre of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company.
    Outside the government sector, there exists a wide range of private schools with an enrolment of some 150,000 students. A number of these teach in the language of one of the expatriate communities living in the UAE and follow the curriculum of their countries. For example, there are English, French, German and Urdu schools preparing children for life in their home countries.
    In the last few years, a number of universities and colleges from overseas have begun to offer partial or full degree courses through affiliates in the UAE. This means that a full range of education is available for $$$$ citizens and expatriates.
    The President of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed, has said: "Youth is the real wealth of the nation" and if the income from oil can be used to create an academically and technically qualified citizenry, there can be no doubt of the wisdom of the immense expenditure






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