Tamam Project

Brief Description :

TAMAM Project is an attempt at educational reform in the Arab world that combines research and development in bringing about and supporting school based initiatives for school improvement. It is a collaborative project between a team of researchers at the Department of Education at AUB and a total of 20 public and private schools in Lebanon, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, Egypt and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Goals:

  • 1. The development of a theory for educational change to be effective in the long term, which is based fully on school educational practices.
    2. Implementation of the project in three Arab countries, including Lebanon, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
    3. Building a network of 12 Arab schools, 4 universities and a number of experts in the field of educational research activities.
    4. The establishment of a framework for forty-five teachers and a director and university professors to develop their abilities in procedural research,

Targeting Group :

  • Schools

Beneficiaries Number:

  • 20 schools

Initiative Impact:

• The project was implemented in 3 Arab countries, including Lebanon, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
• Reached the composition of 12 Arab schools and 4 universities and a number of experts in the field of educational research activities of network building. The project founded frameworks for forty-five teachers, director and university professors to develop their abilities to procedural research.
• Issued and published 3 research studies on the quality of education and development, and 9 research studies on the update documents in private schools
• The preparation of 3 similar studies in public schools, and development of a model professional network between Arab schools. Work is currently underway to issue a project book "Voices from the Field" in Arabic for Research and Studies Center at the Arab Thought Foundation.