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“Stand up for the teacher” .. Dubai Expo City rewards generation makers in their time

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Expo City Dubai is celebrating World Teachers’ Day, which falls on the fifth of October, by offering them a free special ticket to visit the Vision, Terra, Alef and Women’s pavilions for a day, valid from today until next Saturday on presentation of a school ID Map.

Marjan Faraidooni, Head of Education and Culture at Expo City Dubai, said: “Teachers inspire today’s youth to become tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and change-makers, and we look forward to welcoming teachers and assistants from across the country with this simple gift which we offer as an expression of our gratitude.”

This initiative comes as Expo City Dubai unveils the details of the Expo program’s offerings for new schools, which have been hugely popular with the UAE education community, providing students of all ages with unforgettable tours and valuable lessons with opportunities to discover, learn and play through a series of excursions and workshops Interactive work and scientific presentations.

And because Expo City is people-centered, future generations are a primary priority at the heart of its plans and programs, as the city’s administration pays special attention to school students and provides them with inspiring experiences and events within the Expo trips initiative at the Expo. Schools program. Expo trips to schools include field trips and immersive and flexible experiences that can be tailored to interests and time.

Tours include a Terra Journey in the Sustainability Pavilion, a Mobility Pavilion Journey and a Culture Journey to the Vision and Women’s Pavilions, and each tour includes interactive activities and workshops that combine entertainment and education. The workshops bear titles that embody their distinctive content and highlight the animals’ habitats and water circulation.

Visitors praised Expo City and Simon Foster, Vice-Chancellor of Secondary School at Raffles International Academy, said: “This is the second time I have taken students here and I have been very impressed. The facilities are fantastic and well organized and the students seem , it is special.” “As a geographer, I find the idea of ​​how to present mobility here fascinating, and what caught my eye was walking into the room where there is a huge globe and an exhibition of communications around the world on it time,” he added. .

Inez, a student at Raffles International Academy, said: “I learned today how mobility has changed over time, from the first century to the 21st century. It’s completely different to where we are now, I learned that mobility is in everything around us and that our goal is to make the world more sustainable through our movement and to make the world easier to move.”

Brown, a teacher at Arcadia School, said, “The kids loved the experience so much. They were interactive and enthusiastic, and that’s the best way to learn,” noting that the workshops were wonderful and informative, and she personally learned something new , and the children also learned a lot of new things.

She described the trip as “an enjoyable hands-on experience and we will definitely be back.”

The price of the special ticket is 120 dirhams and it is valid for one day. The ticket allows its holders to visit the Vision, Woman, Tera and Alef pavilions and will later include more destinations that open their doors in the city of Expo Dubai and can available from the ticket outlets distributed in the city of Expo Dubai and via the Internet. Children 12 years of age or younger and determined individuals can visit the suites for free after receiving a free ticket from one of the city’s ticket offices.


Fun, useful and fun

About school trips at Expo City Dubai; Marjan Faraidooni, Head of Education and Culture at Expo City Dubai, said: “The city continues to inspire future generations with an innovative educational method that combines fun, fun, interest and learning. What tomorrow can look like and how they want a role in making it, and to encourage them to think about the actions they can take, no matter how small, and how they will have a role in changing the future for the better for everyone.”

Marjan Feridouni:

“Educators inspire today’s youth to become tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and change-makers, and we look forward to welcoming teachers and assistants from across the country with this simple gift of gratitude.”

City tours include the Terra Journey in the Sustainability Pavilion, the Mobility of the Thousand Pavilions Journey and a Cultural Journey to the Vision and Women’s Pavilions.

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