Do not spend a fortune on

teacher preparation for 

KHDA licensing

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  1. Register for In-house Teacher Training at KHDA and request for getting your own modules approved
  2. Get internationally standardised modules from Suraasa and send them straight to KHDA (If KHDA wants any changes, we are there to support till KHDA approves)
  3. Once KHDA approves start the teacher training on Suraasa app & instructer led sessions
  4. Get weekly and monthly teacher reports on teacher preparation
  5. Track the growth of your teachers
  6. Apply for licensing once teachers have been trained and tested
  7. Teachers don’t receive boring sessions, but edutainment leading to learning that is implementable in real-time in classrooms

All this at a one time school fees for Licensing the modules and a small PER TEACHER teacher training fee.


Average cost for a school with 50 Teachers:

Material Licensing: Dhs 40,000 (One time for the school)

Teacher Training: Dhs 700 per teacher (3 Face to Face sessions and 12 Months of virtual training and handholding)

Total Cost for preparing 50 teachers: Dhs 75,000/-

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Standard 1:

The teacher standards for the UAE were developed to ensure teachers can demonstrate professional competence that aligns with the aspirations of the UAE Vision 2021 and international best practice. Standard 1 focuses on professional and ethical conduct. Teachers must demonstrate commitment to the UAE heritage and cultural values. They must demonstrate personal and professional ethics, exemplified by integrity, respect, and fairness. Teachers must also comply with legislative and organisational requirements set by the emirate and their respective schools.

Key Skills required: (UAE Education Standards, Child Protection & Safety)

Standard 2:

This standard focuses on professional knowledge. Teachers must understanding learning and development in relation to diversity of learner characteristics and needs. Teachers must know about educational research, learning theories, pedagogical approaches, cultural values, and relevant policies that apply knowledge in practice. Additionally, teachers will have to demonstrate proficiency in the language of instruction, as well as demonstrate knowledge of the curriculum they are teaching.

Key skills required: (Teaching Strategies, Child Psychology, Learning Taxonomies)

Standard 3:

This standard tests a teacher’s professional practice. Teachers are expected to create learning environments that are safe, supportive, and motivating for learners. Teachers must demonstrate how they plan and implement effective learner-centred teaching responsive to the characteristics and needs of individual learners. Successful teachers also incorporate appropriate resources and make innovative use of technology. Teachers are also expected to use varied assessments to inform teaching, evaluate progress and provide feedback on students’ learning.

Key skills required: (Lesson Planning, Inclusive Education, Assessment methodologies, evaluation techniques, Feedback strategies)

Standard 4:

This standard focuses on professional growth. Teachers are expected to take responsibility for their own professional growth by reflecting on performance, identifying development needs, planning and engaging in professional development, and evaluating impact on teaching and learning.

Key skills required: (Leadership, Self & Team Management, Growth Management & Mapping)

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Teacher Discussion Corner

Teacher Name: Hannah kiruba martyn
Date: 2018-03-19T16:57:32.822Z
Teacher Comment:

I'm sure the pre _assessment activity will enable children know the lesson better.
A pre assessment worksheet will be better so that we will know where exactly the student hasn't understood.

Teacher Name: Johnson
Date: 2018-03-16T22:26:28.114Z
Teacher Comment:

I am going to teach theory of marginal utility in economics. At the end of the lesson :1.All my students must be able to tell what theory of MU is. 2.they must be able to define it correctly. 3  students must be able to site some examples from real life. 4. They must brain storm in the class to check whether this theory fails in some cases. Please help me identify the the #thinking levels of the above #out comes.
Please suggest to me with some more advanced outcomes i can set and some activities to achieve them in the classroom.


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