Launch of “Mishkat Ambassadors” Program in Cooperation with the Ministry of Education

 

 

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On Sunday, December 11, 2016, Mishkat Interactive Center has launched the training program “Mishkat Ambassadors”, which comes as a complement to the efforts in cooperation with the Ministry of Education to expand its approach and access to all classes in communities nationwide. The first stage of the program aimed towards the educational department supervisors of science subject in intermediate phase; this stage has launched in cooperation with the educational administrations of the Eastern region and Makkah region.

“MishaktAmbassadors” aims to acknowledge atomic and renewable energy in the society, support Saudi Vision 2030 to achieve sustainability and extent the influence on the human resources. The program is based on training educational supervisors to be the perfect ambassadors of Mishkat by gaining additional skills and knowledge on interactive learning methods to convey the science of atomic and renewable energy in a proper way and spread awareness of it on a wider range. In addition, they will be provided with major scientific sources that can contribute in supporting their scientific principles and their mechanisms of implementing or applying scientific workshops in schools. The development of the program and the training of the instructors were under a strategic partnership with The Exploratorium Teacher Institute in San Francesco – USA.

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