The UAE announces the beginning of the first semester exams
Today, the Ministry of Education in the United Arab Emirates announced the date of the first semester exams, which are divided into three exams, from November 24 to December 7, for the current academic year 2023-2024 for public and private schools that conform to the educational curricula of the Ministry of Education.
According to the schedule, there will be a total of 67 school days between the beginning of the current academic year in August and the end of exams in December. The finals of the first group will begin on November 24 and continue until December 7, with a four-day break between November 30 and December 3 on the occasion of the Martyr’s Day holiday, during which no exams will be held. Tests are on the first Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday of December. Tests for Group B subjects, as shown in the schedule, begin on November 24 and continue until November 29, in conjunction with the training tests that students will take before the final exams at the end of the first semester.
Features of the “Practice Sets” platform for the Emirates Educational Foundation:
In this context, the Emirates School Education Foundation launched an advanced platform that uses artificial intelligence features called “Practice Sets” within the “Google Education” software package to improve the quality of education by facilitating better performance from teachers and students alike The platform provides quick insights into performance to help teachers determine Topics that need more time to teach as children in the classroom need more support When students finish a practice block they immediately see how they did and whether or not they need to make any adjustments If they encounter a problem during the lesson the AI Assistant will provide them with With automated guides, video ideas and explanations.
Support for the “Practice Sets” platform for classroom management:
She emphasized that the platform supports classroom management, teaching methods, adaptive learning, effective use of teaching time, student participation in learning, and transformation of teaching content and that it uses hints from artificial intelligence to help students self-evaluate, correct their work, transform them into attractive activities without any effort, and save time in evaluation through calculated grades.