Al Ittihad newspaper
Sultan Al Jaber and Takayuki Ueidea, Al Mazroui and Arisa signed the agreement (from the source)
Abu Dhabi (Al Ittihad)
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has announced the signature of the Japanese Oil Development Company (Jodco) and the Comon Education Institute, to launch Abu Dhabi two successful Comon program math education at both ADNOC schools.
The common method around the world is Japanese teaching and teaching mathematics and other discipline methods among kindergarten and high school students.
The program also helps students understand the habits of learning, the focus and the ability to understand key issues.
Individual student learning plans are developed for students. As the student progresses, teachers motivate students and motivate them and drive them.
The Mathematical Company is currently developing in 50 countries around the world.
During the signing ceremony, Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, the Director General of the State Administration of ADNOC and his business group, Takayuki Ueida, President and CEO of Inpex, Japan, and Ghannam Al Mazrouei, ADNOC Human Resources and Administration Director. Abu Dhabi Jodco and Masaky Tsuda, CEO of Comon Education Institute. Ghannam Al Mazrouei said: "Collaboration with our common educational institute has firmly confirmed the commitment of ADNOC in our schools to encourage students' education and development, STEM and self-learning in particular."
The pilot programs will have about 500 students in the first year of ADNOC schools in the 2018-2019 academic year.
Following the pilot phase, the program envisages gradual implementation in the next five years, accepting Abu Dhabi and 10 Dhafra programs.
The expansion of the scope of the program will positively affect about 10,000 students from 1 to 5.
ADNOC is working towards the development of science and technology education
https://www.alittihad.ae/article/76033/2018/ ADNOC-Expanded-in-Support-Development-Teaching-Science Technology