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Dr. Supriya, Assistant Professor, India

PhD is an Assistant Professor at SRM University, AP, India. In this video, Dr. Supriya summarizes her article 'Experiments with Digital Language Learning' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.05. She examines both technological device and applications that have been found to be substantially effective to increase the language proficiency of learners.

Anitha Dorairaj is the Principal of Bodhi School

Anitha Dorairaj is the Principal of Bodhi School, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. In this video, Ms. Anitha summarizes her article 'Language Development of Middle School Students in India in the Digital Era' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.05. She examines how the development of language skills can support students to improve their academic performance.

Ms. Ramona Mason

Ms. Ramona Mason is a Teacher of English in the Primary, Key Stage 2 Leader and Activity Coordinator, Grammar School, Athena Education, Dubai, U.A.E. In this video, Ms. Ramona summarizes her article 'Language Learning in the 21st Century' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.05. Reflecting on the impact the digital age has on English language learning and development, she examines how innovative language tools make every student a storyteller, a reader, as well as a writer.

Research AIJE I Exploring the Challenges and Benefits of Implementing Humanoid Robots in Classrooms

Mohammed Ali Mohammed Gaber is a programming and robotics teacher and head of the ICT department at Al Resalah American International School, Sharjah, UAE. In the video, the author summarizes his article 'Exploring the Challenges and Benefits of Implementing Humanoid Robots in Classrooms' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.04. His article focuses on the role of humanoid robots in the classrooms. He investigates how humanoid robots as teaching assistants help students learn mathematics, science, and even languages. For investigation, the study selects NAO robot. Mr. Mohammed expresses that while a humanoid robot helps teachers in planning differentiated learning and providing feedback to students, students are benefited as it develops their knowledge and skills beyond what is expected.

Research I Exploring the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Personalized Learning of Mathematics

Ms. Suma Sanjukrishnan is a Middle and High School Teacher of ICT Department of Al Resalah International School of Science, Sharjah, UAE. In the video, the author summarizes her article ' Exploring the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Personalized Learning of Mathematics' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.04. She explains how AI integrated application Classera can solve the Bloom’s 2 sigma problem in learning mathematics. She opines that the results of data analysis indicate improvement in the academic growth of students. She expresses that the findings can be used to provide recommendations for the students to master each level and progress in their learning journey.

Research AIJE I Keerthana I PBL: Empower Students with Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Keerthana Dana Sekaran is a third-year student majoring in Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Hons. at Curtin University, Dubai, UAE. In the video, the author summarizes her article 'Project-based Learning: A Potential Approach to Empower Students with Artificial Intelligence and Robotics' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.04. Her article investigates the importance of embedding project-based learning to increase engagement in exponential learning process. Keerthana explains how the study is crucial to learn complex units such as AI and robotics. She asserts the need to provide mini-projects to the students along with their curriculum in order to improve such skills as problem-solving and critical thinking. She asserts the need for innovative education technologies to measure creativity and originality of students. She concludes suggesting the possibilities of project based learning and strategies using existing technologies in order to enhance student engagement.

Research I Tahamid I Empowering Students with Robotics I AIJE Vol.01 No.04

Tahamid Hossain is a student of Grade 12 at International Academic School, Athena Education, Dubai, UAE. In the video, the author summarizes his article 'Empowering Students with Robotics' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.04. His article focuses on teaching the fundamentals of robotics used in everyday lives. Tahamid explains that robotics classes help students to get hands-on experience. He adds that while learning how to program robots, students also develop various skills such as leadership, team work, critical thinking, designing, and constructing a robot. He concludes saying how robotics classes motivates students to participate in various robotics competitions.

Research Bonding Beyond Bay Bindhu, Chempaka Kindergarten, AIJE - Vol. 01 No. 02

Bindhu Sharath is the Headmistress of Annexe 6, Chempaka Kindergarten, Kerala, India. In the video, the author summarizes her article 'Bonding Beyond Bay' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.02. She asserts that bonding between teachers and students is crucial. It helps children to become happy and confident. She understands that a positive student-teacher bond will motivate children to bounce back and perform better. The author also stresses on the importance of learning from mistakes. She explains how emotions are better than intelligence and concludes wishing all to bond beyond bay.

Research Article, A Special Bond Krishnapriya, Grammar School, UAE, AIJE - Vol. 01 No. 02

Ms. Krishnapriya is a KS3 Leader & Teacher of English Language & Literature, Media Studies of Grammar School, Dubai. In this video, Ms. Krishna summarizes her article 'A Special Bond' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.02. Reflecting on the importance of teacher- student relationship, the author asserts that trust is an important factor. It helps to nurture better leaners.

Research | Metamorphosis of Childhood, Monica, Al Wahda Private School, UAE, AIJE - Vol. 01 No. 03

Monica Pitamber Janyani is Head of Department Grades 3-5 at Al Wahda Private School in Sharjah, UAE. In the video, the author summarizes her article 'Metamorphosis of Childhood' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.03. She expresses her view on the role of teachers and parents in building resilience in students. Comparing a child to a butterfly, Ms. Monica explains how with the support of teachers and parents children internalizes various reading strategies to comprehend complex text; thus, transforming themselves from a struggling reader to a resilient one.

Research | Building Resilience in Classrooms | Trishita, Grammar School, UAE | AIJE - Vol. 01 No. 03

Trishita U Raval is a Primary English Coordinator and KS3 Teacher of English, Grammar School, Dubai, UAE. In this video, Ms. Trishita summarizes her article 'Building Resilience in Classrooms' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.03. In this video, the author stresses on 'resilience' which is one of the founding values of Athena Education. She explains that resilience can be build in a positive and caring classroom environment. She concludes that resilience is a life skill which is the key to success in life.

Research | Teachers Are Much More Than Just What They Teach | Mohannad | AIJE - Vol. 01 No. 01

Mohannad Thaher Al Jayousi is the Principal of Al Resalah American International School, Sharjah, UAE. In this video, Mr. Mohannad summarizes his article 'Teachers Are Much More Than Just What They Teach' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.01. He explains how a strong bond between teachers and students is an important factor of education. He opines that such positive relationship will not only motivate the students to learn but also encourage teachers to love their profession. He also suggests the need of further research on the effect of relationship between teachers and students to develop better strategies to strengthen the bond.

Research Article | A Special Bond | Jeza Pelayo | Grammar School, UAE | AIJE - Vol. 01 No. 02

Jeza Mae Alecida Pelayo is the Head of English Department and Teacher of English, Grammar School, Dubai, UAE. In this video, Ms. Jeza summarizes her article 'A Special Bond' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.02. She explains the significance of developing trust in classrooms. She stresses on Grammar school's motto "Every child matters" as the inspiration of her article. She believes that children needs to be trusted so that the young minds can surprise us with their wonders.

Research | Investigating the Impact of the Positive Student- Teacher Bond | Rehab | AIJEVol.01No.01

Rehab Helmi Albakri is the Head of English Department - Grade 3-12, Al Resalah International School of Science, Athena Education, Sharjah, UAE. In this video, Ms. Rehab summarizes her article 'Investigating the Impact of the Positive Student- Teacher Bond on Improving Students' Achievements in Online Learning Environment' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.01. She explains how mutual respect and caring between teachers and students help to maximize the learning potential of students and to reduce their learning problems.

Research | Teacher- Student Bond I Simi I L�ecole Chempaka International | AIJE - Vol. 01 No. 02

Simi Sheffi is the Headmistress (Junior Wing) of L�ecole Chempaka International, Kerala, India. In the video, the author summarizes her article 'Teacher- Student Bond' published in 'Athena International Journal of Education' Vol.01 No.02. She explains how the role of teacher can be unique and impactful in the formative years of a child. According to her, students with a good relationship with their teachers face lesser challenges in the learning environment when compared to those who are not able to connect with their teachers.