كتاب الطالب 2020 2021 دراسات اجتماعية منهج إنجليزي صف تاسع فصل ثالث

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كتاب الطالب 2020 2021 دراسات اجتماعية منهج إنجليزي صف تاسع فصل ثالث

Social Studies - Grade 09 Term 3

As a result, it focuses on the UAE becoming the economic, touristic and commercial capital for millions of people. It strives to achieve a knowledge-based economy, promoting innovation and research and development, strengthening the regulatory framework for key sectors, and encouraging high value-adding sectors. All of these activities aim to improve the country's business environment and increase its attractiveness to foreign investment

The National Agenda also aims for the UAE to be among the best in the world in entrepreneurship as this plays a key role in unlocking the potential of nationals and enables them to be a driving force of the UAE's economic development through small and medium enterprises in the private sector. Furthermore, the Agenda strives to instil an entrepreneurial culture in schools and universities to foster generations endowed with leadership, creativity, responsibility and ambition. This will allow the UAE to be among the best in the world in ease of doing business, innovation, entrepreneurship and Research and Development (R&D) indicators

The government aims not only to achieve leading positions in global reports, but also to provide a good life for its citizens. Therefore, the National Agenda seeks to place the UAE among the top countries in the world in income per capita and ensure high levels of national participation in the private sector workforce

 

Lesson 3 Innovation in Healthcare, Education, and Social Services

INNOVATION IN HEALTHCARE

Innovation in the healthcare sector is one of the goals outlined in the UAE's 2020 plan. Great importance has been placed on the creation of a world-class healthcare system that benefits citizens and residents within the country and that has the ability to engage in outreach programs that can positively impact the world

Even before the formation of the Union, the rulers of the emirates were working to improve healthcare for the people. One of the first developments occurred in 1943 in the Al Ras area of the emirate of Dubai. A small healthcare centre opened providing basic medical support to the community. By 1951, with the support of the late Sheikh Saeed bin Maktoum, the first phases of the Al Maktoum hospital were being built. Between 1952 and 1973 additional phases of the Al Maktoum hospital were completed eventually accommodating 157 beds

The first clinic in the emirate of Abu Dhabi was established in Al Ain in the 1960s. Sheikh Shakhbut and Sheikh Zayed visited an American mission hospital in Muscat, Oman. During their visit, the two leaders were impressed with the clinic's operations and invited the mission's founders to open a clinic in the Al Ain region of Abu Dhabi. This clinic was called Oasis Hospital and was one of the first modern hospitals in the region

By 1970, the Ministry of Health and Prevention was formed to provide comprehensive healthcare to all citizens and residents of the UAE. While the Ministry of Health and Prevention provides healthcare to the entire country, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah have their own health care authorities that assist in providing quality care. Today, the UAE has one of the most innovative and comprehensive healthcare systems in the world with over 104 hospitals with approximately 20 physicians and 40 nurses/midwives per every 10,000 people in the country

 


 Lesson 3 Innovation in Healthcare, Education, and Social Services

SPECIALIST DIABETES CENTRE BRANCH OPENS

The healthcare system in the UAE contains specialist medical facilities that have state-of-the-art equipment and advanced services. One such facility is the Imperial College London Diabetes Centre with three branches in Abu Dhabi

The most recent branch is a specialist diabetes care facility located in Zayed Sport City. The new branch has more than 70 clinical and non-clinical staff to providing access to specialist diabetes management and treatment, as well as services such as cardiology and continual care for those who undergo bariatric surgery at the Healthpoint medical centre next to it

The centre is part of the Mubadala's health-care network which was initiated in 2006 to realise Abu Dhabi's strategic goal of a world-class, sustainable healthcare sector. Diabetes a growing concern in the UAE as about 19.3 per cent of the UAE's adult population between the ages of 20 and 79 suffers from it. Other associated health concerns such as obesity, hypertension and high cholesterol are addressed at the centre

Diabetes rates are rising faster in the UAE is also rising at a faster rate than in other countries of the MENA region and the rest of the world. Factors contributing to the increase of diabetes include the rapid economic growth of the last half-century, transition to sedentary lifestyles and often unhealthy diet options. In the UAE the cases of diabetes are expected to double to 2.2 million by 2040. The facility would enhance UAE's efforts to tackle the disease

 

Social Studies - Grade 09 Term 3

INNOVATION IN EDUCATION

Education has a high priority in the UAE. The Ministry of Education aligned the UAE's Vision 2021 National Agenda with the goal of making UAE students some of the best in the world in reading, mathematics, science, and Arabic. The overall goal is provide a first-rate education system for the students in the UAE

To reach this goal, schools and universities are embracing advanced technology such as 3D printers, Artificial Intelligence (AI), robotics, and more. Smart classrooms and blended learning styles are being used throughout the UAE to ensure that students are able to compete on an international level. Schools and universities in the UAE strive to be innovative to create students that are lifelong learners

A number of schools in the UAE have introduced virtual classrooms and other e-learning tools to enhance learning and collaboration Students can get their homework and classwork online, interact with other students and take part in educational discussions. E-learning platforms have become popular over the years as an education delivery and management tool for academic institutions

Virtual classrooms allows students to learn beyond what is taught in a classroom and be able to engage with their peers and teachers online. In some schools, the e-learning platforms are used in the delivery of exams and reports to their students. Besides essays, reports, exams, learning and teaching that have gone online, e-books and digital resources are available to students

Blended-learning is an important part of many UAE schools. Student attends classes online or face-to-face at school and have online multimedia coursework before or after the sessions with their teachers. Students collaborate with each other for student group activities relying on information gathered from online resources. Students can collaborate with other students in the same school, in a different school, or even a different country

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