Altogether there are 117 teachers from Saudi-Arabia in Finland.
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Finland has been widely recognised as one of the top countries in education and therefore Saudi Arabia, who is developing its own education system, wanted their teachers to learn Finnish methods and skills.
But it is not just the Saudi Arabians who are gaining from the experience.
Al-anouod Atotaibi and Wafa Fahad promise that, if anyone at school wishes to know, they are ready to tell about their culture and customs to the pupils.
Much of the Kingdom's ability to succeed in diversifying its oil export-dependent economy relies heavily on its ability to attract foreign capital.
It was not until June of 2015, that Qualified Foreign Investors (QFIs) could directly invest in the Saudi Arabian stock market ("Tadawul"), albeit with strict guidelines.During the summer, the participants worked hard with Gallagher and Neil Mc Laverty to improve their English language skills, but things are about to change in mid-August.The Saudi teachers have taken part in actual school life t Turku Teacher Training School by making observations, participating and learning.The petroleum sector accounts for 42% of Saudi Arabia's GDP and 90% of its export earnings.Vision 2030 was introduced with the objectives of modernizing and diversifying the Saudi Arabian economy away from oil revenue, attracting foreign investors and privatizing government services.– With this video, we are learning about formative and summative assessment.