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Goodbye All-Nighters: Students Will No Longer Have Tests Or Exams In Schools

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Yes sadly you heard right, students will NO longer have tests and exams in future classrooms as announced by KHDA at the Gitex Technology Week.

No more headbanging on desks or crying yourself to sleep at night thinking of the test that you haven’t studied for coming up. No more walking into class every day with the feat of a pop-quiz hanging above your head because now there WON’T be any more examinations in the new concept classrooms.

The KHDA envision future classrooms as an interactive and collaborative learning space for students

Classrooms will soon be replaced with open spaces that allow kids of different ages and learning abilities to work together. This new learning environment can lead to students developing team building, social and creative skills from a younger age as they’ll be given more freedom to interact and express themselves.

This anti-exam and interactive classroom concept will further encourage students to learn to solve real-world problems.

Gen Z kids living their best lives, meanwhile there’s the rest of us like…

The craziest of all announcements was that the KHDA revealed that students will be taught by AI (artificial intelligence) teachers!!

These AI teachers will be working round the clock, 365 days a year.

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#DubaiNews No more exams for students in future classrooms: how KHDA sees the future of learning in Dubai. In the future, classrooms will be replaced by open, collaborative spaces that bring students of different ages and abilities together. This will encourage students to work together on solving real-world problems from a very young age, allowing schools to completely move away from tests and exams. There will also be more 'teachers' powered by artificial intelligence #AI. . #Tech won't replace #teachers. "Technology may undergo a revolution but teaching will have a renaissance. It will bring teaching back to what it used to be about – making connections heart-first,"- said Dr Abdulla Al Karam, director-general of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority #KHDA at #GitexTechnologyWeek. . How future classrooms will look like 🔹Open, collaborative spaces – not rooms with four walls 🔹 Students from different age groups will be collaborating 🔹 They will be working together to solve real-world problems 🔹 Tech will do all the administrative work teachers have to do 🔹 Ai teachers will work 24/7, 365 days a year 🔹 Bots will read students' expressions to see whether they have understood a concept . . . . ❤️ Like, comment and share if you support this concept. . . . . *Source: www.khaleejtimes.com #dubaiincircles #DubaiSchools #EducationinDubai #dubai #uae #dubainews #uaenews #dubailifestyle #dubaibusiness #dubaifacts #dubai🇦🇪 #7emirates #dubaiblog #dubaiblogger #uaeblog

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AI teachers will be able to read the facial expressions of students to pick up on if they HAVE or HAVE NOT understood the lesson being taught

… Gone are the days of dosing off in the classroom’s last row benches

Some of the reactions that this news got were HILAAR

Dubai residents seem to have a mixed reaction on KHDA’s latest ‘future classroom’ announcement

Literally EVERY graduate reading this right now!

We DEMAND our childhood back.

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