Syrian teacher Nagham Ali wins “Global Teacher Prize 2020” for her distinguished teaching skills

The International “Alert Knowledge Services” organization has announced that Syrian teacher Nagham Ali, from “Martyr Ahmad al-Shanbour School” in Tartous, has won the Global Teacher Prize for the Year 2020 and that she will be honored within an online ceremony on December 20.

In a statement to SANA, Nagham Ali said that she has been in contact with the organization since last November to provide it with online lessons showing innovative teaching methods. She pointed out that the organization is responsible for enhancing the efforts of teachers and rewarding them over making any positive change in their community. She added that all the lessons she presented have been subjected to international assessment not only in the field of singing but also in mathematics, noting that she also introduced her other skills, as she is a teacher as well as trainer in the developed curricula.

According to Ali, she won the prize thanks to her students who interacted with her and to the Ministry of Education, the Directorate of Education in Tartous and her school administration, which all provided her with necessary facilities and cooperated with her to present a distinguished performance in accordance with the organization’s standards. She noted that her greatest joy is to raise the Syrian flag at international forums.

 It is noteworthy that Nagham Ali adopts a distinguished method of education in which she uses her skills in drawing, singing and music to stimulate the spirit of interaction with first-grade students in her school. This method is a creative way to deliver information to the students and to help them learn and develop their skills away from the traditional methods.

Hamda Mustafa