HE Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Commission in Jubail, Eng. Adnan bin Ayesh al-Alluni, launched the initiative of (artificial intelligence in the schools of the Royal Commission in Jubail), which is to be implemented starting from the next school year through three labs in intermediate schools.
This took place within the Creativity and Educational Excellence Ceremony organized by the Royal Commission’s Educational Services Department in the conference hall of Al-Fanateer district in the presence of a number of General Managers, Directors of Departments of the Royal commission in Jubail, educational leaders and honored students and their parents. This initiative aims at developing innovation criteria, creating an innovative generation that exploits smart e-solutions by providing specialized educational research stations, implementing strategies that nurture innovative thinking, and encouraging students to make decisions and experimenting with concepts and conclusions.
The ceremony was inaugurated with a recitation of the Holy Quran, recited by the student Abdullah bin Saleh al-Jaloud. Then, the Director of the Educational Services Department, Dr. Mohammed bin Saeed Al-Hajri, gave the speech of the Department of Educational Services speech in which he said "in its development methodology, the department has been keen to support e-learning in schools". Dr. Al-Hajri added, "with the support of the Royal Commission leaders, all classes of our schools have been converted into electronic classes, all teachers and supervisors have been equipped with laptop computers, and mobile computer labs have been provided in High schools".
After that, the attendees watched a visual presentation about the "creativity environment" in the Royal Commission in Jubail's schools. And about the efforts of the Educational Services Department to create a rich educational experience which offers various opportunities. Among its strategic objectives is (creation of a safe and stimulating learning environment for creativity and innovation) which was based on the Royal Commission's Strategic Objectives in the National Transformation Program, and inspired by the Saudi Arabia Vision 2030.
Next, a segment entitled (I’m Saudi) was presented by a group of children from RCJ's Kindergarten program, in which they expressed their pride of our country and welcomed the guests to the ceremony.
After that, the attendees watched a visual presentation about "School Safety" at RCJ Schools, which gave a brief description on the efforts made to comply with the highest standards of security and safety in educational facilities, as well as the School Safety guide issued by the Educational Services Department in coordination with the concerned Departments at RCJ.
Next, student Faisal bin Talal Al-Asmri talked about the importance of reading and its impact on the individual and society, and reviewed his experience in the Challenge of Reading in Arabic in which he achieved third place in the Kingdom.
The ceremony activities continued, as the attendees watched a visual presentation entitled "Abilities", through which they got acquainted with some of the events offered by the Intellectual Education Program in the RCJ’s education, after that, youngsters (Tamim Asiri and Ibrahim al-Rasini) presented two paintings to the sponsor of the ceremony on the behalf of their colleagues in the program.
At the end of the ceremony, HE the acting Chief Executive Officer of the Royal commission in Jubail honored the schools managements, educational supervisors, teachers who made educational initiatives, first-grade teachers who achieved the excellence award, as well as distinguished schools, teachers and creative students in the student activities who achieved excellence and accomplishments both internationally and locally.
The ceremony was concluded with the march of the Holy Quran memorization graduates of the (20th) batch of Imam Asim Intermediate School.