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SMEC17 at AUB

1 April 2015

Upon the annual announcement of the SMEC, HHHS teachers commence their preparations for presenting or attending workshops at AUB. This year, the participation was remarkable as usual, with three different workshops presented by HHHS at the SMEC17 this Saturday.

“A-Board: A Science Cruise” by Miss Farah Hankir & Roweida Bawab, “Guided Inquiry in Chemistry Laboratory” by Mazen Kotob, and “Theatrical Math” by Israa Fawaz, Dalia Sous, and Abed el Wahab Kaseer were three outstanding workshops held by teachers of our school.

In comment of our own experience in “Theatrical Math”, the feedback we got from attendees of our workshop, whether university professors or school teachers and coordinators, was enough to say that all our effort paid off. Most noteworthy about this workshop was our integration of cognitive psychology, open ended mathematical questioning, and theatrical performances in one workshop to demonstrate how the classroom of the 21st Century should look like.

Dalia H. Sous (English Teacher) and Israa Fawaz (Math Teacher)