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Educational robotics

Educational robotics teaches the design, analysis, application and operation of robots. Robots include articulated robots, mobile robots or autonomous vehicles. Educational robotics can be taught from elementary school to graduate programs. Robotics may also be used to motivate and facilitate the instruction other, often foundational, topics such as computer programming, artificial intelligence or engineering design.

                                               

Bilingual education

Bilingual education involves teaching academic content in two languages, in a native and secondary language with varying amounts of each language used in accordance with the program model. Bilingual education refers to the utilization of two languages as means of instruction for students and considered part of or the entire school curriculum.

                                               

Center for Advanced Materials

The Center for Advanced Materials is an umbrella organization institute that hosts faculty members and researchers involved in materials research. It provides the opportunities for collaborative research projects between academic and industry experts as well between faculty members and students. The Center for Advanced Materials works under Qatar University’s Office of Vice President for Research. The Center continues to expand its research profile both nationally and internationally through the establishment of a variety of research programs. In order to facilitate this type of high-profile research, its facilities, are constantly upgraded with the installation of major new equipment having the latest technology. It intends to have brighter, border-less innovations in the fields of Material Science and Engineering to help build a sustainable society in accordance with Qatar National Vision 2030 and to contribute to economic progress by developing advanced materials for new technologies, lowering the cost and enhancing the performance of more established technologies. The center addresses the problems, challenges, and opportunities facing the state of Qatars gas processing industry. The center is focused on two main themes which are Asset Management/Process Optimization and Sustainable Development. The services provided by the center have been designed to address the necessities and challenges of both Qatar University and the Qatari Industry. These services include: Professional Training and Seminars Bi-annual Gas Processing Symposium Applied Research Projects/Consulting Information Management/Library

                                               

Children's rights education

Children’s rights education is the teaching and practice of children’s rights in schools, educational programmes or institutions, as informed by and consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. When fully implemented, a childrens rights education program consists of both a curriculum to teach children their human rights, and framework to operate the school in a manner that respects childrens rights. Articles 29 and 42 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child require children to be educated about their rights In addition to meeting legal obligations of the Convention to spread awareness of children’s rights to children and to adults, teaching children about their rights has the benefits of improving their awareness of rights in general, making them more respectful of other peoples rights, and empowering them to take action in support of other peoples rights. Early programs to teach children about their rights, in Belgium, Canada, England and New Zealand have provided evidence of this. Childrens rights in schools were taught and practiced as an ethos of liberating the child well before the UN Convention was written, and that this practice helped to inform the values and philosophy of the Convention, the IBE and UNESCO, though sadly these practices, and this history are not really acknowledged or built-upon by the UN. This is one reasons that childrens rights have not become a foundation of schools despite 100 years of struggle.

                                               

Classical education movement

The classical education movement advocates a form of education based in the traditions, with a particular focus on education as understood and taught in Classical antiquity. The curriculum and pedagogy of classical education was first developed during the Middle Ages by Martianus Capella and systematized during the Renaissance by Petrus Ramus. Capellas original goal was to provide a systematic, memorable framework to teach all human knowledge. The term "classical education" has been used in Western culture for several centuries, with each era modifying the definition and adding its own selection of topics. By the end of the 18th century, in addition to the trivium and quadrivium of the Middle Ages, the definition of a classical education embraced study of literature, poetry, drama, philosophy, history, art, and languages. In the 20th and 21st centuries, it has been used to refer to a broad-based study of the liberal arts and sciences, as opposed to a practical or pre-professional program. There exist a number of informal groups and professional organizations which undertake the classical approach to classical education in earnest. Within the secular classical movement, in the 1930s Mortimer Adler and Robert Hutchins set forth the "Great Books" of Western civilization as center stage for a classical education curriculum. Also some public schools primarily charters have structured their curricula and pedagogy around the trivium and integrate the teaching of values sometimes called "character education" into the mainstream classroom. There are several major societies and associations within the classical Christian education movement, including the Society for Classical Learning and the Association of Classical and Christian Schools. The University of Pennsylvania seal 1894 depicted the trivium as a stack of books providing the foundation for a modified quadrivium of mathematics, natural philosophy empirical science, astronomy, and theology.

                                               

Comparative education

Comparative education is a discipline in the social sciences which entails the scrutiny and evaluation of different educational systems, such as those in various countries. Professionals in this area of endeavor are absorbed in advancing evocative terminologies and guidelines for education worldwide, enhancing educational structures and producing a context to which the success and effectivity of education programs and initiatives can be assessed.

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