Diana Maued

Student

Al Basma British School

My name is Diana Maued. I am a 14 year old student from Al Basma British School. I come from Ukraine and Syria and am multilingual. I speak Russian, Arabic, English as well as some basic French and Ukrainian. I aspire to become a doctor and hopefully major in ophthalmology or cosmetology. I dream of attending an ivy league school and endeavor to make a difference in the world through my efforts, aspirations and, hopefully, my future career. I dream of inspiring students all around the globe, motivating them to become the best versions of themselves. I also dream of travelling the world doing charity work for the greater good of mankind as well as making a difference to the global environmental crisis.

PANELIST SESSIONS

25 February, 2020 | 14:15
Learners First: Understanding Student Perspectives

One of the greatest challenges in education is to develop practices that address the learning needs of the current generation of students. To develop improved educational practices and environments it is extremely important to understand how students perceive them and value different aspects of the learning process.
Why students should be considered capable stakeholders whose opinions are important and should be taken seriously, as they can significantly contribute to a two-way learning & teaching process?
This session will discuss:
• What are the improvements they suggest in the present education system?
• Improving learning at school from a student’s view point
• Students as creators of content rather than mere consumers
• Student experiences on good uses of technology in learning
• Students perspective on: when and how learning experiences happen
• Teacher-Student Relations: Is this correlation improving students’ engagement in academic activities
• Does peer-to-peer relations set base for the way they experience, interpret, and intend to construct learning environments around them?