Every Friday, Georgia Tolley takes a deep dive into the world of education, from the latest trends from technological advancements to student wellbeing. It is also a platform for education experts to have their say on important issues that could potentially affect the future of our children. Georgia also explores how lessons are taught in other parts of the world in a segment called "My Classroom".
During Eye on Education, we explore classrooms around the world to find out how children are learning under very different circumstances. Last week, Georgia found out how Palestinian refugee children are making the most of their youth in classrooms that the UN's Relief and Works Agency has built for them.
What schools for Palestinian refugees look like: Moritz Bilagher, head of education at UNRWA in the region, joins Georgia on Eye on Education on The Agenda.Posted by Dubai Eye 103.8 News. Talk. Sport on Friday, April 29, 2022
A new survey from AON saying that firms aren't adjusting housing allowances to keep up with inflation - unless you're a new hire. We speak to Toby Simpson, CEO of Striver.app to find out if that's what they are seeing on the ground.
Andrew Brown, Regional Director in Europe, Middle East & Oceania at World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) shares how private and business travel currently fairing and how big of an issue is staffing at the moment.
Dubai International Airport saw passenger numbers rise by more than 15 per cent in Q1 on the quarter before - the second quarter in a row passengers have topped 10 million, CEO Paul Griffiths has told The Business Breakfast. Flight movements were also up almost 6 per cent.
Georgia catches up with Clare Turnbull, Principal at RGS Guildford Dubai to find out how the school hires its teachers.
Will you make more money by selling your car now? Damien is joined by Carswitch founder Imad Hammad on Motor Mania.