“TAMAM” is a large educational project based on educational development programs, in order to support the Arabic schools, through the development of a model for a professional network among Arabic schools, and to work to be devoted to the development of education in the largest possible number of Arab countries.
“Tamam 1” was launched in 2007, with a funding from the Arab Thought Foundation, under an agreement of understanding signed between the Foundation and the American University of Beirut. It is the first project under “Tamam”, which is a series of projects for school-based reform, with the participation of a number of Arab schools.
As a result of the success of the project “Tamam 1”, it was agreed to proceed with the second phase of it “Tamam 2”, starting from January 2011 until December 2015.
“Partners for the Arabic Book” is an Arabic initiative to advance the causes of the Arabic Book, launched at the end of the conference of “the writing and publishing movement: Publish a book... Develop a nation”, organized by the Arab Thought Foundation, in cooperation with the Lebanese Ministry of Culture, within the framework of the celebration of Beirut World Book Capital, in the first and second week of October 2009.
Under the auspices of Prince Bandar bin Khalid Al Faisal, the Project of Digital Education in Arab Countries was launched after concluding an agreement between the Arab Thought Foundation and International Intel Corporation on 01/12/2007, in order to spread the digital education in the Arab countries the most in need, and to make the information and the communication technology as essential tools in education field.
The United Nations has designated 2011 as International Year of Volunteers + 10. The Arab Thought Foundation has adopted this Initiative as a framework to capitalize on IYV+10, as well as to motivate individuals, organizations, service institutions, schools, universities, governmental agencies, and socially responsible businesses throughout the Arab World to work together in order to strengthen and improve volunteering in the region.
"Arabi 21" is an integrated initiative to develop the learning and teaching of Arabic language, in line with its following themes: Research, Trends / reading and literacy, professional development for teachers, curriculum, education, calendar, educational materials, support and sustain. One of the main activities of the project is to launch a huge open website, providing educational materials, research, articles and video clips of the best practices for teaching the Arabic language from the kindergarten stage.
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