2017 Global Teachers’ Forum explores role of teachers in delivering on SDG 4

|Source: TotalUAE.com|
Soya Ali Hossain Nationalized Primary School, Bangladesh. Credit: GPE/Daisuke Kanazawa

Under the theme ‘Teaching for Tomorrow’, the 2017 Qudwa—Global Teachers’ Forum—in Abu Dhabi convened more than 900 education professionals from more 80 countries to discuss the latest global trends in empowering teachers.

In addition to exploring the role of education as a building block to creating a better, more sustainable world, panelists including Julia Gillard, Chair of the Global Partnership for Education and former Prime Minister of Australia, discussed how teachers can ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning. The forum highlighted how teachers should not focus on outstanding students but impart knowledge to all children according to their needs.

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