Queen Rania Award for Excellence in Education: 2005-2015
Queen Rania Distinguished Teacher Award launched
(Office of Her Majesty, The Jordan Times - Amman) AMMAN — Marking Teachers' Day, His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday launched the Queen Rania Distinguished Teacher Award, seeking to spread the spirit of competitiveness among the Kingdom's educators.
Joining a workshop of 25 teachers yesterday to discuss the characteristics necessary to excel in the profession and to set a strategy for success in the field, Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania voiced their support for teachers in the Kingdom. Rania Al Abdullah Queen of Jordan Official Web Site
Amman, Oct. 05 (Petra)--His Majesty King Abdullah II on Wednesday launched an annual reward for teachers titled "Queen Rania Al-Abdullah Reward for Excelled Teacher".
The reward expresses the King's appreciation on the teachers' role to develop themselves , their abilities and knowledge and to bring about students who belong to their country , think , produce and are capable of working out innovative solutions regardless of the circumstances and obstacles, as well as // the challenges they face,// as put by His Majesty. http://www.petra.gov.jo/nepras/2005/Oct/05/28067000.htm
1-3. Polfoto 05-03-2006 Queen Rania of Jordan during the annual Queen Rania excellence award for teaching ceremony, in Amman, Jordan, Sunday, March 5, 2006. (AP Photo/Nader Daoud)
4. Jordan's Queen Rania (C) talks with school teachers at the Royal Cultural Centre in Amman 05 March 2006. Queen Rania launched a new annual award for 'Excellence in Teaching' which rewards model teachers and schools who show outstanding contributions to the country's educational sector. Khalil MAZRAAWI/Profimedia
5-8. Jordan's Queen Rania at the Royal Cultural Center in Amman March 5, 2006. Queen Rania on Sunday launched a new annual award for 'Excellence in Teaching' which rewards model teachers and schools who show outstanding contributions to the country's educational sector. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji
Queen Rania Excellence Award for Teaching - Logo Launch
Jordan Times, Mohammad Ghazal - Amman) Her Majesty Queen Rania joined public high school students from around the Kingdom in Amman on Sunday in a discussion during which they briefed her on their criteria for a distinguished teacher.
Queen Rania Launches award for Educational Excellence
Amman, Mar.5 (Petra)-- Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah on Sunday underlined the vital role of school teachers to develop students' methods of thinking and motivate them for learning. " The teacher is the one who provides the appropriate class environment for learning regardless of the available tools and therefore he/she forms the basic nucleus to motivate students for learning," said the Queen at a meeting on Sunday with a group of students representing various public schools in the Kingdom as part of a program to launch Queen Rania's Award for Educational Excellence and the rules for granting the 2006 Award of the Distinguished Teacher. Petra
i think she should get her hair cut now as it looks too long, at least in my opinion...if it's a bit shorter, it will look much healthier...
i don't like the outfit as it doesn't really look "put together" but those shoes are beautiful...very unique
Agree with you madonna 23, she hasn't been looking very smart for a while now and these washed out colours don't really flatter her. Wonder why she hasn't been dressing up to the usual royal standard for engagements?
Queen Rania Launches award for Educational Excellence
excellent pictures, Humera.. i really like how she looks today. and this is a great project to begin with... :)
here are some more :
Jordan's Queen Rania launches 'Queen Rania's Award for Educational Excellence' to award every year a Distinguished Teacher from the kingdom, in Amman on March 5, 2006. The award is introduced in recognition of the teachers role and to encourage them to enhance their abilities and develop teaching methods, said the Queen.
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Sunday, September 3, 2006 Meeting with assessors of the QAEE
Her Majesty meets with assessors of the Queen Rania Award for Excellence in Education
Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah met, Sunday, with the assessors of the Queen Rania Award for Excellence in Education where the assessors briefed Her Majesty on the progress of the selection process.
The meeting comes a few days before the field visits to schools begin. In this phase the assessors will visit the qualified candidates in their respective schools. These visits will open the door for discussion between the assessors and the teachers regarding different educational practices and possible ways to develop experiences and transfer knowledge. Rania Al Abdullah Queen of Jordan Official Web Site
Queen Rania (L) embraces a veiled teacher at the Cultural Palace in Amman October 4, 2006. Queen Rania on Wednesday awarded the country's top teachers of 'Excellence in Teaching' which rewards model teachers and schools who show outstanding contributions to the country's educational sector
Monday, March 12, 2007 Queen Rania returns to Tafileh
Queen Rania visits Kingdom's top teacher
(Office of Her Majesty, Press Department - Tafileh) Nae'em Al-Bawayzeh, one of the recipients of the Queen Rania Award for Distinguished Teachers in 2006, had Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah as an avid listener during his class today.
Thursday, October 4, 2007 World Teachers' Day 2007
Queen Rania pays tribute to teachers
(Office of Her Majesty, Press Department - Amman) Building on the success of last year’s Teacher’s Award, Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah joined teachers from across Jordan to celebrate their commitment to education.
During the award ceremony, held on Thursday, Queen Rania distributed the second annual award for excellence in teaching and thanked all the finalists for “enlightening the minds of successive generations.” Rania Al Abdullah Queen of Jordan Official Web Site
Queen Patronizes Award for Distinguished Teacher 2007 Ceremony
__________________ "All what we hope for is that a day will come, when we have all gone, when people will say that this man has tried, and his family tried. This is all there is to seek in this world." HM King Hussein I of Jordan
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 Queen Rania Award Al Abdullah for Excellence in Education (QRAEE)
Queen Rania launches third round of Award for Distinguished Teachers in Deir Abi S'eed Comprehensive Secondary School for Girls
(Office of Her Majesty, Press Department - Amman) In affirmation of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah's direct support for teachers in general and the Queen Rania Award for Distinguished Teachers, aimed at urging them to excel at what they do, Her Majesty visited the Deir Abi S'eed Comprehensive Secondary School for Girls in the Koura District, on Wednesday, to launch the third round of the Award.
The Deir Abi S'eed Comprehensive Secondary School for Girls is considered a model school in the region and a beacon for dialogue, freedom of expression and constructive interaction. In addition, the school is host to the highest number of Award finalists for two years, with five teachers making it to the finals.
In affirmation of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah's direct support for teachers in general and the Queen Rania Award for Distinguished Teachers, aimed at urging them to excel at what they do, Her Majesty visited the Deir Abi S'eed Comprehensive Secondary School for Girls in the Koura District, on Wednesday, to launch the third round of the Award.