College of Education Holds First meeting of the Consultative Council
Sunday, Apr 23, 2017
The first meeting of the Consultative Council of the College of Education and Basic Sciences at Ajman University was held, after reconstitution, at the College in Ajman. The Consultative Council headed by Prof. Dr. Cheikh Ould Hamoud, Dean of the College, and the membership of Dr. Mazan Jaradat, Head of the Department of Islamic Studies and Arabic Language, Dr. Mohammed Eyadat, the first Arabic language curriculum specialist, Ministry of Education, Dr. Mohamed Kasasbeh, Director General of the National school of Ajman, Dr. Tassos Anastasiades, Director of Ajman Academy, Mr. Ali Al Zahmi, Director of activities, Ministry of Education, and Dr. Hatem AlQudah, representatives from the Faculty of Education and Basic Sciences at the University's campus in Fujairah.
The first meeting was attended by heads of departments at the College, Dr. Sami Al Qatawneh, Head of the Department of Educational Science, Dr. Atef Abd ElKader, Head of the Department of Science and Mathematics, Dr. Randa Suleiman, Head of Department of Teaching English as Foreign Language, and Dr. Najah Al-Ramahi, Member of Board of Trustees of Ajman Academy, a representative of Dr. Tassos Anastasiades, Director of Ajman Academy, at the invitation of the Chairperson of the Council
At the beginning of the meeting, Dr. Cheikh Ould Hamoud welcomed the members of the Consultative Council at its first meeting after the new formation, stressing the importance of the role of this council in providing the appropriate advice to the college in its progress towards improving the outcomes of education and effective contribution to the service of the society and providing it with competencies capable of making a great impact in the field of Education. He also thanked in particular those who attended from outside the university to meet the call for development and quality of performance.
The agenda was then reviewed, focusing on the college's strategic plan, ways to deepen the partnership between the college and the local community, practical training for students, and introducing new courses and programs that qualify students to the labour market. At the end of the meeting, the Council issued important recommendations that contribute to improving the educational process, improving the quality of outcomes and activating and deepening effective partnership between the college and society.