Award Criteria

5.1

Encourage others to join the teaching profession through a variety of media and community engagement initiatives.

5.2

Support colleagues in their continuous professional development (CPD).

5.3

Launch links with different schools/ institutions around the world. Under the supervision of the Ministry of Education, working to its policies, develop peaceful coexistence concepts.

5.4

The impact on the community of the teacher’s voluntary work, organization, or execution. Include the number of establishments, awards, and recognitions achieved through this voluntary work.

5.5

The teacher’s communication with parents and community organizations; their participation in different educational and community projects, and their impact on the school community.

3.1

Qualifications obtained by the teacher, and the effort they exert to promote educational and scientific output.

3.2

The Teacher’s involvement in continuous professional development (CPD), both in school and outside of school hours, over the past three years. Evaluation of the impact the CPD has had on improving the quality of teaching and learning.

3.3

Teacher’s mastery of communication, language, technology, and specialized skills related to teaching skills.

3.4

The teacher’s active memberships in approved educational, or non-educational, local groups. The role of such memberships in the development of both educational process in general, and the teacher’s self-development in particular.

3.5

Outstanding professional experience is shared effectively through events such as papers submissions, symposiums, training courses, workshops, and explanatory sharing best practice sessions.

1.1

The main outstanding achievements of the teacher include projects and programs, which have a sustained impact on school life and particularly enhancing students’learning. This may include practical and educational programs at the local, regional, and international levels.

1.2

The teacher’s effectiveness in improving learning and attainment for students in different grades, and their impact in raising academic achievement in previous years.

1.3

Teacher's achievements compared to their individual objectives. Their ability to exceed individual objectives and expectations during the previous years.

1.4

Recognitions received by the teacher from the school community, Ministry of Education, or foreign society.

1.5

Local, regional, and international awards received by the teacher.

1.6

Active role played by the teacher regarding the leading and membership of different work teams and committees for the school, or Ministry of Education.

1.7

Initiatives presented by the teacher for the effective sharing and development of a reading culture, and its subsequent impact on improving students’ progress.

2.1

Innovations developed by the teacher, whether within the scope of their job duties or exceeding them; their impact on the school and wider society. To what degree is the teacher innovative? What impact do they have on their colleagues and how well do they share their ideas with other schools?

2.2

Research papers and books published by teacher, patents registered in the teacher's name in relation to school or community projects.

2.3

Use of modern methods and technologies in teaching and learning practice.

2.4

Teacher’s role in sharing creativity and innovation culture across school communities and external community.

4.1

This includes embedding citizenship, patriotism, and national heritage in study lessons. Where applicable these will be supported by clear explanations to increase all students’ understanding.

4.2

Developing a culture of mutual respect in the classroom. Positive actions to develop tolerance and respect for peoples of other cultures, faiths, and beliefs, including different life style choices.

4.3

Teacher acts as a role-model of positive citizenship among colleagues and students.

4.4

Enhance a spirit of responsibility and students' personal accountability.

4.5

Develop strategies to protect students from the threat of radicalization and extremism, together with awareness of the dangers of narcotic drugs and crime.

4.6

Demonstrate patriotism and loyalty to the country’s rulers, emphasising the importance of personal sacrifice to defend and protect the country and its values.

4.7

Promote a culture of respect for law and order and legislative proceedures.

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