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Virtual Teachmeet
By Luke Meinen
LEVEL 5 Manager
Published: 2020-04-15 09:03:49

Since its conception, LEVEL 5 has been a creative space, a place to innovate, and a place for authentic learning experiences. The LEVEL 5 mission and RVIS’s vision to “Lead the Future of Learning” share the common goal of activating the educational community in Bahrain, the MENA region, and beyond. This has been done through weekend workshops, community events exploring creativity, and TeachMeets (gatherings for teachers from around Bahrain and Saudi Arabia).

In these challenging times, events have been postponed and much of the professional development has been canceled. However, on Tuesday of this week, LEVEL 5 decided to trial the first Virtual TeachMeet to provide similar professional learning to educators in the comfort and safety of their own home. What happened turned out to be truly impactful. Educational Speakers from across the MENA region and as far away as Sweden shared a wide range of topics with an overall theme of improving virtual schooling.

During face to face TeachMeets, participants usually attend from Bahrain and across the causeway in Saudi Arabia. The going digital allowed for the learning to reach a global audience. Over 100 educators from North and South America, Europe, East Asia, and all the way to Australia attended the event to learn, collaborate and grow.

We were proud to have three members of the RVIS staff present. Beth Terry shared some innovative ways to support students with synchronous learning, Sharmeen Moosa explained how she is building an engaging digital environment for her students, and Tara Waudby discussed how building a strong community comes first in times of challenge. The success of this event has led to the launch of a second Virtual TeachMeet in May! Thank you to all the educators who participated in the event. Our children benefit from the care and dedication you put in each and every day.


Athletics
Last Weeks Badminton Results
By: Deena AlReefy
Marketing & Community Relations Liaison
Published: 2021-11-24 06:13:39
A badminton tournament was held at IKNS on Monday the 15th, for youth under 13. This tournament is the first to be held for single players and six schools have participated....
Academics
The Importance of Reading - RVIS Annual Book Fair!
By: Muneera Al Khalifa
Grade 12 Student
Published: 2021-11-24 06:02:42
Studies have shown that reading on a daily basis can improve a child's critical thinking as well as enhance their imagination. From the 16th to the 18th of November, RVIS welcomed the return of its annual Book Fair. Set up in the breezeway, students were a...
Parent Wokshop
Parenting Workshop
By: Muneera Al Khalifa
Grade 12 Student
Published: 2021-11-17 05:39:10
“Move from havoc to harmony home” — Marriette Carston conducted a parenting workshop last Thursday, November 11 at Riffa Views International School. The workshop was open to all RVIS parents of children up to the age of five, as well as members of the Riff...
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