This report presents the evaluation results of the “Teach Like a Champion Programme” which is delivered by Queen Rania Teacher Academy.
The main purpose of the evaluation is to measure the impact of the TLaC program (علّم بثقة) in promoting change in the teaching and learning practices among all educators and students and creating a positive culture inside and outside the classroom if acquired practices from the program were applied.
Overall, the findings and conclusions of the evaluation reveal that TLaC program (علّم بثقة) is a successful teacher training program that has extensive accomplishments and strengths which need to be leveraged for further expansion and reach to more schools and educators in Jordan and the region.
Queen Rania Teacher Academy designed and conducted a research study to explore the skills acquired by students in Jordan through distance learning during the global COVID-19 pandemic. The emphasis of the questionnaire was on the core skills and competencies required to meet the evolving needs of learners and to prepare them for the future job market. Questionnaire aimed to deepen our understanding of how distance learning developed students’ skills, what skills are considered essential and need to be integrated in education to prepare students for the future. Through closed and open questions, we have explored educators’ views in Jordan of their professional experiences of distance teaching and learning and the challenges they faced in these exceptional circumstances. With 981 respondents from both, private and public schools, we have gathered a broad view of responses. The outcomes of this research will help key stakeholders support remote education and will inform policymakers, teachers, and school principals how best to support this type of learning as well as to allocate resources and adjust the system for the developments of the future
The Schools Network Research Study impact evaluation report presents the results of a three-year evaluation which studied the Schools Network Program offered by the Queen Rania Teacher Academy and its contribution to improving the quality of education in Jordanian schools. The study also examined the impact of the program on teaching practices in the four subjects of Arabic, English, Mathematics, and Science, instructional leadership practices, and student learning outcomes in the four subjects in the study schools.
This report presents the evaluation results of the quality, effectiveness, and impact of the (Innovation in Education) Program delivered by Queen Rania Teacher Academy in 2020. The results show high satisfaction of program quality and positive impact in participants’ knowledge and practices.
This publication was a written collaboration between QRTA and the Harvard Graduate School of Education Middle East Professional Learning Initiative (MEPLI) as part of the Professional Education Programs. This book was written to analyze the complex dilemmas educators face, evaluate the roles of educators and educational leaders, and envision how these roles will evolve in the future.
2020 has been a remarkable year at Queen Rania Teacher Academy, a year full of achievements, great opportunities, learning and adaptation.
We share with you QRTA 2020 highlights of providing high quality services to educators in Jordan and the region.
This report presents the evaluation results of the QRTA online learning experience. The evaluation aimed at measuring the quality of this experience, how satisfied QRTA beneficiaries were with this experience. In addition, the evaluation provides to a set of recommendations for improvement based on evaluation findings.
This document highlights the general policies of teachers that are guided by the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) and the Arab countries, taking into account the differences in their educational conditions. It also represents a frame of reference for the educational policy of the Arab teacher
This paper explains the aim of a project to prepare professional standards for the teachers in the arab countries, including knowledge, skills, performance, culture and ethics of the profession, to guide the Arab countries according to their circumstances and needs, when selecting and preparing teachers before service, and assist the teacher in self-evaluation, in order to improve the teaching profession