UAE maintains traditions in digital classrooms

The adoption of more classroom technology, such as iPads, in the United Arab Emirates is not expected to eliminate traditional resources, such as pencils and books, said Dr Najla Al Naqbi, programme manager for eLearning at Abu Dhabi Education Council, or Adec. She said the reality is different from the public's perception of the move toward 21st-century instruction.

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