ICESCO Center in Malaysia Holds Training Session on Electronic Performance Assessment Tools of Arabic Language Teachers
6 October 2020
ICESCO’s Educational Center in Malaysia, in cooperation with the Islamic Education Division at the Malaysian Ministry of Education and the International Islamic University in Selangor, held on October 5 and 6, a training session in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, on “electronic performance assessment tools of Arabic language teachers.”
The training session is the first face-to-face activity since the COVID-19 outbreak last March. It benefits 57 teachers from various public schools in Peninsular Malaysia.
The event aims to help the participants use educational performance measurement software of the teachers of Arabic language for non-Arabic speakers. Dr. Muhammad Sabri Shahr, Associate Professor at the International Islamic University Malaysia, supervised the training. ��^��2
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