The Education Department held its Third Annual Teaching Practice Exhibition on Wednesday, 11 December, 2011at the Female Campus Cafeteria. The exhibition, which featured the Teaching Practice graduation projects of the senior students in the Department, was kicked off by H.E. Professor Abdul Rahim Sabouni, the Vice-Chancellor, in the presence of Professor Raymond Tennant, the Provost, and the Education Department’s faculty and Teaching Practice Supervisors: Dr. Saleh Al Nusairat, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Arts and social Sciences, Dr. Mohamed Saeed Hasab El Naby, Department Chair, Dr. Teirab AshShareef and Dr. Bassem Al Bdairat. A large number of University faculty, staff, students and families of the graduating students attended as well. In attendance also were school inspectors and teachers from the participating schools in the training of ALHOSN student teachers: Al-Nahda, Ashbal Al-Quds, al-Manhal International and Al Bateen .
The graduating students displayed educational aids, games and paraphernalia they have used in their practical training in the participating schools. This year’s exhibition is bigger than last year’s because of the larger number of participating student teachers. Those who attended the exhibition commended the students’ work and their creativity in the designing and production of educational aids and games, which contributed to making the learning process more lively, interactive, and enjoyable.
Professor Abdul Rahim Sabouni, the Vice-Chancellor, said that Alhosn University is doing its best to support student activities and extra-curricular events. The students’ efforts, whose results were reflected in the exhibition, demonstrate students’ creative abilities, which would be a rich addition to the field of education.
At the close of the exhibition, the Education Department presented a Certificate of Appreciation to H.E. Professor Sabouni in recognition for his continuous support for the Department and its activities. Certificates of Appreciation were also awarded to the faculty who supervised the Teaching Practice for their laudable efforts during the training period.