Under the title (Educational and research curricula: Rooting, analysis and rehabilitation), the al-Ameed International Center for Research and Studies of the Intellectual and Cultural Affairs Department in the al-Abbas's holy shrine, launched this morning Thursday (4 Safar 1442 AH) corresponding to (22 October, 2020), the fifth edition of the al-Ameed International Scientific Conference in cooperation with the al-Ameed Scientific and Intellectual Association and the Al-Kafeel and al-Ameed Universities. The conference will last for three days through the virtual platform (zoom).
The conference, which witnessed wide participation and follow-up from (14) Arab and foreign countries in addition to Iraq, was inaugurated by reciting verses from the Holy Quran, then listening to the Iraqi national anthem and the chant of the al-Abbas's holy shrine (The Pride's Melody). This was followed by a speech by the Senior Officer of the Holy Shrine; His Eminence Sayed Ahmad Al-Safi.
Then the speech of the preparatory committee for the conference was delivered by Prof. Dr. Abbas Rashid Al-Mousawi, in which he explained that the number of participating research abstracts reached more than a hundred abstracts, and the number of participating researches reached fifty-four, of which thirty research abstracts and five research papers were selected, to be presented in the conference's sessions in Arabic, as for the papers written in English, eleven research papers will be presented in special sessions in the English language.
Then a documentary film about the conference and what it achieved during its previous sessions, was displayed in this session, which is held in very exceptional circumstances.
After that, the opening thesis was presented by Professor Ahmed Ali Muhammad Attiyah, which was titled: (The Truth of the Curriculum in the Teaching Process - The Theory of Literary Genres as an example)
It is noteworthy that the conference will include during its period four research sessions of researchers from inside and outside Iraq, and through the following link:
Meeting ID: 374 087 3005