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Winners of World Giftedness Centre Awards 2022 announced

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DUBAI, 21st September, 2022 (WAM) — Two researchers from the Kingdom of Bahrain and Spain won the ‘Applied Research Global Award of Gifted Education’, and two schools from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Australia earnt the ‘School Global Award Initiative of Gifted Education’ of the inauguration cycle of the World Giftedness Centre Awards 2022.

These results were unveiled by Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation for Distinguished Academic Performance during a press conference held on Wednesday in Dubai.

Dr. Jamal Al Muhairi, Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Secretary-General of the Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation for Distinguished Academic Performance, said, “We are pleased to announce the winners of the World Giftedness Centre Awards 2022, which include the ‘School Global Award Initiative of Gifted Education’ and the ‘Applied Research Global Award of Gifted Education’. These awards aim to promote best practices and exceptional efforts in the field of giftedness and education and contribute to the development of research in this emerging field thus nurturing talented people around the world. The awards targeted PhD holders, researchers, in addition to all school personnel who are involved in initiatives and innovative projects that contribute to the development of giftedness around the world.”

The ‘Applied Research Global Award of Gifted Education’ was won by Ahmed Mohammed Al-Abbasi from the Kingdom of Bahrain for his research entitled “Are gifted students more emotionally intelligent than their non-gifted peers? A meta analysis”.

Also, Alejandro Veas Iniesta from Spain won for his research entitled “Differences in personal, familial, social, and school factors between underachieving and non-underachieving gifted secondary students”.

As for the ‘School Global Award Initiative of Gifted Education’, it was won by Al-Anjal National Schools in Saudi Arabia for the project entitled “MACLE”, which reflects Motivate, Accomodate, Care, Lead and Enrich. Moreover, Sydney Catholic Schools in Australia won this award for the project entitled “Newman Selective Gifted Education Program”.

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