The Different Education Curriculums in The UAE

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 22 June 2021
The Different Education Curriculums in The UAE

Being a parent is the most important job you will ever have, and the most indispensable. Parents draw on their knowledge of the past to point the way to the future, giving their sons and daughters the background, they will need to move forward and make their way in an ever-changing world. It is easy to see why choosing the right curriculum is such a critical decision.

Here are some different curriculums to consider!

IB International Baccalaureate

The International Baccalaureate curriculum takes a student-centered approach to learning, allowing learners a level of independence designed to foster their creativity and help them learn more effectively. A typical English class in an International Baccalaureate program might include a comparison of two great novels, one ancient and another more contemporary. Through the comparison, students can learn more deeply and gain a better understanding of the language and its history.

American Curriculum

As the name implies, the American Curriculum is mostly associated with education in the United States, although a number of international schools have adopted this popular system of learning. In some ways, the term American Curriculum is somewhat misleading, since the United States currently gives individual states a great deal of flexibility over what students in their districts learn and how they are taught.

British Curriculum

The British Curriculum is also known the National Curriculum for England, and this system of education stresses creativity, critical thinking and flexibility. At the same time, the British Curriculum includes a series of measurable and achievable goals, each designed to build on what went before while preparing the student for their future work.

UAE’s Curriculum

The government schools follow the standard national curriculum of the UAE. The language of instruction is Arabic for all subjects. ... In addition to these specific syllabuses, private schools must offer core programs such as Islamic education, social studies and Arabic as a second-language.

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