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Debunking the myth of Autism Spectrum Disorder: “Individuals with autism cannot understand the emotions of others”.
By: Rim El Hasbani More and more schools nowadays are advocating for inclusive classrooms and learning. That is, classrooms that cater for both students with typical development as well as students with learning difficulties. Inclusivity also involves students on the spectrum and other developmental and learning difficulties. While advocating for inclusive learning, it is
By Mira Majzoub You are going on a job hunt and you’re sending your CV to multiple employers? Or you are applying to a university program and not sure how to introduce yourself? Sending your CV to human resources and admissions is the easiest way to showcase your experience and skills. There’s a list
We recently hosted a webinar titled “Can I get a job with this degree?” in collaboration with our educational provider partners Navitas in order to discuss job prospects in Canada after graduation. Our guest speaker Fadi Toma is the Associate Director, Marketing and Recruitment at the International College of Manitoba, one of the colleges managed
Kinda El Dakkour a high school student is being interviewed by Education Basket’s COO Jessica Naime The pandemic has affected the lives of people on a global level. Young learners and school students were amid those people who saw their lifestyles change from one day to another, having to adapt to remote learning (when
By Mira Majzoub With the reality of remote work for most businesses and remote learning for most higher education institutions, and the continuous development of technology, it has become more convenient for companies and universities to conduct interviews online. Online video interviews are highly cost-efficient, especially for the candidate, and they are reliable. The
By Rim El Hasbani The world is witnessing a huge shift from traditional learning to online learning. The start of year 2021 has yet to confirm this drastic shift. Students and teachers are adjusting their lifestyles and academic goals to fit this change. With this new and abrupt shift, the world had little time
Part 2 By Mira Majzoub Role of the Ministry of Education: Before declaring the exemption from official exams for the school year 2019/2020, the Ministry of Education of Lebanon released an announcement regarding the continuation of the school year. Based on circular 15 released on the 17th of March, 2020 – which relates to
Part 1 By Mira Majzoub Schools in Lebanon have completely closed since the start of the first lockdown back in March 2020 due to the spread of Covid-19. With this closing, several questions have arisen concerning the academic year and the future of Lebanese students. As some teachers took the initiative to resume delivering