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ICDL Certification is endorsed for all AMSI schools for ICT education

Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI), a leading academic solutions provider, has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ICDL GCC Foundation, the governing body and certification authority of the International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL) program in the Gulf region and Iraq, to deploy the ICDL program within its schools in the GCC.  AMSI manages the Al Mawakeb Schools in Al Garhoud and Al Barsha, the International School of Arts & Sciences and the Lebanese School in Doha, Qatar.

Under the terms of the agreement, ICDL will accredit ICDL approved training and testing centres within AMSI schools in the region, while AMSI will incorporate the ICDL standard within its ICT syllabus.

The program will be offered to around 2,100 students ranging from grades 7 to 12 and more than 550 teachers and school staff members in different AMSI schools in Dubai alone. It is expected that around 400 students will join the program yearly. Through the ICDL approved training and testing centres, AMSI will also be able to offer the ICDL program to parents and other members of the society.

Mr. George Akhras, CIO at Academia Management Solutions International, said: "It is AMSI's vision to contribute to the ongoing digital transformation and empower students, teachers and parents to become more productive members of society. Our partnership with ICDL GCC Foundation is a major step forward in our continuous efforts to promote digital awareness and we are confident that this will open up new opportunities for long-term collaboration in other mutually beneficial projects. AMSI students and staff members alike are very enthusiastic about this new partnership as ICDL has been renowned worldwide for its focus on quality and excellence."

"The support of educational institutions is crucial in promoting digital awareness across all sectors of society. We are very excited to receive AMSI’s endorsement as this will make ICDL accessible to the student community within the AMSI’s schools and further expand our reach to the educational sector.” said Jamil Ezzo, Director General of ICDL GCC Foundation

ICDL and AMSI have also agreed to discuss and explore other potential projects in support of various digital literacy programs that are designed to enhance the computer skills of the general population within the GCC.

Jamil Ezzo further added: “We firmly believe that a digital learning environment enriches students’ educational experience and better prepare them for life, for work and for further learning. It is proven that students who frequently use technology in their learning process perform better in school, and are more motivated to learn. The integration of the ICDL certification program in AMSI’s educational system will not only provide students and teachers with the latest IT skills but ensure that their IT skills are in line with internationally recognized standards.

ICDL is endorsed by more than 22 thousand universities and colleges around the world, including almost all government and private universities and colleges in the GCC which has endorsed ICDL as a prerequisite for enrolment and/or graduation, ICDL is also implemented by all Ministries of Education in the region as a prerequisite for employment and promotion for teaching and administration staff and part of ICT curriculum for students, ICDL is also endorsed by renowned private schools in the region, and is implemented for thousands of students on a yearly basis as part of annual summer camp.

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Remote Learning During COVID-19: Lessons from Today, Principles for Tomorrow

"Remote Learning During the Global School Lockdown: Multi-Country Lessons” and “Remote Learning During COVID-19: Lessons from Today, Principles for Tomorrow"


The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted education in over 150 countries and affected 1.6 billion students. In response, many countries implemented some form of remote learning. The education response during the early phase of COVID-19 focused on implementing remote learning modalities as an emergency response. These were intended to reach all students but were not always successful. As the pandemic has evolved, so too have education responses. Schools are now partially or fully open in many jurisdictions.

A complete understanding of the short-, medium- and long-term implications of this crisis is still forming. The twin reports analyze how this crisis has amplified inequalities and also document a unique opportunity to reimagine the traditional model of school-based learning.

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  • Availability of technology is a necessary but not sufficient condition for effective remote learning: EdTech has been key to keep learning despite the school lockdown, opening new opportunities for delivering education at a scale. However, the impact of technology on education remains a challenge.
  • Teachers are more critical than ever: Regardless of the learning modality and available technology, teachers play a critical role. Regular and effective pre-service and on-going teacher professional development is key. Support to develop digital and pedagogical tools to teach effectively both in remote and in-person settings.
  • Education is an intense human interaction endeavor: For remote learning to be successful it needs to allow for meaningful two-way interaction between students and their teachers; such interactions can be enabled by using the most appropriate technology for the local context.
  • Parents as key partners of teachers: Parent’s involvement has played an equalizing role mitigating some of the limitations of remote learning. As countries transition to a more consistently blended learning model, it is necessary to prioritize strategies that provide guidance to parents and equip them with the tools required to help them support students.
  • Leverage on a dynamic ecosystem of collaboration: Ministries of Education need to work in close coordination with other entities working in education (multi-lateral, public, private, academic) to effectively orchestrate different players and to secure the quality of the overall learning experience.
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Best Language Learning Apps for 2023
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Learning a foreign language can feel overwhelming, especially if you live somewhere without a lot of native speakers. But fortunately, language learners have access to more resources than ever before, including tons of language apps that allow you to teach yourself at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. There's quite a few different options out there right now, and the best language learning apps will help you work on your vocabulary, pronunciation and comprehension so you'll be fluent in no time. 

With so many different language apps out there, there's likely a program that best suits your learning style and schedule. The best language learning apps are also economical, especially when compared with formal schooling or tutoring with a language expert. Many have speech recognition, which is key to ensuring you have the right pronunciation. Others offer several language options, which is ideal when you want to pick up multiple languages.

Below, we've rounded up some of our absolute favorite language learning apps so you can find the one that's best for your needs. 

Duolingo/Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CNET

As a regular Duolingo user, I enjoy the app's colorful interface and short, game-like exercises. The app doesn't restrict how many languages you can try to learn at the same time (personally, I think two is a good maximum if you want to retain anything). I use Duolingo to practice Spanish and German.

To make sure you don't get rusty on the basics, even if you've "mastered" a skill by reaching a higher level, the skill can still "crack" if you don't review it consistently. Practice the skill again and it'll repair itself. 

I like Duolingo's user-friendly layout, and the "streak" feature, which motivates you to keep going by tracking the number of days you've reached your point goal. In the app, you can access resources such as Duolingo Stories, which are short audio stories that allow you to check your comprehension skills as you go. Super Duolingo, the ad-free premium version of the app, costs $7 a month and includes progress quizzes, monthly streak repairs and more.

I found Babbel to be the most like a foreign language course you'd see in an online school curriculum. The minimalist layout of the Babbel app helps prevent a new language (French for me) from seeming overwhelming, without making it boring. Each lesson takes you through translations, and includes variations of the word or phrase, pictures and whether it's formal or informal. If it asks you to spell a phrase, the letters are included.

You also get to see the new words you're learning used in common conversations, listen to them (if you choose to have audio on), repeat the phrases, and learn more about verb groups. The 15-minute language lessons are easy to work into your day -- whether it's on your commute, before bed or on your lunch break. The My Activity module lets you track all your progress. 

Babbel is free to sign up for and the first lesson of every course is free. A monthly subscription costs $14.95. You can also choose to renew every three months ($37.95), every six months ($66.90), annually ($89.40) or a one-time payment of $349 for lifetime access. Babbel is also currently having a Labor Day sale where you can sign up for up to 60% off. 

Drops/Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CNET

I tried my hand at Greek on the Drops app. The app's fun, colorful layout definitely made the language (which has its own alphabet) less intimidating. The app shows users each word in the Greek alphabet and the English alphabet, and says the word and shows an image of it. Drops is constantly adding new languages, most recently, the app brought on Ainu, an indigenous Japanese language. 

You can subscribe to Drops Premium for $13 a month, $70 annually or a one-time purchase of $160, and the yearly and lifetime subscriptions are 50% off right now. If you stick with the free version, you have to wait 10 hours to access another lesson, but you can check out your statistics after completing the lesson (correct answers, wrong answers and words learned) and tap on the words you've learned to hear them pronounced again (and see them written in the Greek alphabet). This can provide you a leg up when your next lesson starts. 

Mondly/Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CNET

Similar to Drops, Mondly is a fun, colorful app that has multiple features to take advantage of even if you don't subscribe to premium. I tried beginner Hungarian on this app, and I liked how it offered to show you different conjugations if you tapped on verbs. The app packs images, translations and auditory aids to help your specific learning style. 

The instructor also speaks the words and phrases in a rather melodic way. That made it easier for me to recall them (even after trying different languages on different apps). 

Mondly is free to use, but you can subscribe to the Premium tier to unlock all content. You can subscribe for $10 a month or $48 annually for access to one language. You can also get lifetime access to all 41 languages on sale for $100 right now. 

Memrise/Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CNET

One of my favorite parts of Memrise is the app's use of short videos to show how real locals express different phrases in conversation. I tried the French course, and the first lesson alone let me listen to the tone of voice and casual pronunciation, as well as showing me the phrase's literal translation and explained its gendered usage. The app also helps you spot patterns in the language to make it easier to Boost your skills. If you're brushing up on a language you're familiar with, you have the option to skip phrases you already know.

A few lessons are available for free daily, or you can upgrade to a Pro membership for $15 per month, $90 per year or $200 for lifetime access.

Busuu/Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CNET

When you sign up for Busuu, you select the language you want to learn, and the app helps you determine how advanced you are with it and why you want to learn it, and to what level. From there, you set a daily study goal, and if you subscribe to the premium plan, it creates a study plan so you'll reach your goal by a set date. For example, Busuu says if I study three times a week for 10 minutes a day, I'll be pretty fluent in my chosen language in about eight months.  

Busuu's Basic plan is free, but you can subscribe to Premium for $13.95 per month, $59.70 for six months or get a full year for $41.70, half off the usual price. 

I tried Italian with Busuu and I liked the clean, bright layout of the app. Busuu also offers helpful reminders: The second time I logged in, it reminded me about "weak words" I needed to review to Boost my vocabulary. In addition to listening to a phrase paired with a photo of the corresponding action, Busuu included helpful vocabulary tips (like that "ciao" can mean "hello" or "goodbye").

Lirica/Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CNET

If you listen to any song enough, you'll learn all the words through repetition -- even if they're in a different language. But how do you figure out what they mean? This is where the Lirica app comes in. This app is unique in how it approaches teaching Spanish and German. Instead of traditional teaching methods for learning a language, Lirica uses popular music by Latin and reggaeton artists to help you learn language and grammar. On top of learning the language, you're also immersing yourself in the culture behind it. The app also includes facts about the artist while you're learning.

Lirica has a one-week free trial and then it's $9 a month, $20 every six months or $30 annually. For now, the app only offers Spanish, French, German and English. 

Netflix/Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CNET

While not technically an app, the free Language Learning with Netflix Chrome extension can be helpful on your journey to becoming multilingual. Install the extension and click the icon to launch the catalog of movie and TV show options. You do need a subscription to Netflix though. 

Once you launch the catalog, you can pick from hundreds of titles that use movies on Netflix to help teach different languages. For example, if you wanted to work on your Spanish, select the language in the dropdown menu, along with the country where you're using Netflix. If you're watching in the US, the extension generates 306 titles. To watch one of the films, just click the red "Watch on Netflix" button. Depending on the language you want to learn, you might have fewer titles to pick from.

As the series or movie plays, two sets of subtitles display at the bottom of the screen. One set is your native language and the other is the one you want to learn. The words highlight as they're spoken, like a karaoke sing-a-long. You can listen to the dialogue phrase by phrase, pause and replay as needed, access a built-in dictionary and more. 

Pimsleur is an app that offers 51 languages to learn, but delivers the information in what is basically the form of a podcast. Essentially, you'll choose the language you want to learn and begin a 30-minute auditory lesson (which are downloadable and Alexa-compatible). The app also has a driving mode, so you can Boost your language skills during long commutes without looking at a screen. 

You get a seven-day free trial. An All-Access subscription costs $21 a month, while a Premium subscription, which only includes one of the 50 available languages, is about $20 a month. Features include practicing lessons, roleplaying challenges and digital flashcards. 

Perhaps the best-known language learning service, Rosetta Stone has come a long way since it started in the '90s. My parents still have a box set of discs for learning Spanish somewhere in their house. It's a lot easier now with the Rosetta Stone app, but you still need at least 30 minutes to complete a Core Lesson. 

I tried Rosetta Stone's first Irish lesson, which was primarily auditory with images, though there are ways to customize the app to your learning preferences. The lesson started out fairly challenging, especially since I was completely new to the Irish language. But it did get easier as I went along. 

The iOS app got an update in 2021 that brought augmented reality into the mix. This enables Seek and Speak, which is a scavenger-hunt-style challenge. Point the phone camera at an object and get a translation in the language you're learning. 

Rosetta Stone subscription options include $35.97 every three months, $95.88 annually, or a one-time payment of $179 for a lifetime subscription with access to all 25 languages.

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Best online courses to learn Spanish of 2023

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Mastering a new programming language can surely have a positive impact on your career. But did you know that speaking multiple languages can also provide you a competitive edge? In today’s global marketplace, being bilingual or even multilingual, greatly enhances your resume. 

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Little Wild Learn to Play Program

To be eligible for Little Wild 2023, children must be born between September 1, 2014 and September 1, 2018. 

*Please note, 5 year olds must have had their 5th birthday by September 1, 2023 to be eligible to participate. 

If your child is 9 years or older, he/she is ineligible for the Little Wild program. 

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