General News

I’MUN 17 kicks off at IAA
Friday, 24 November 2017
Yesterday, witnessed the opening ceremony of I"MUN with more than 400 students attending from 9 schools. Guest speaker, Sara Ferrer Olivella, UNDP"s Country Director gave the inspirational opening speech on her take on this year"s theme- "Greed For Glory?”
IAA hosted former Minister of Education of Jonglei State-South Sudan, Mr. Tut Nyang and Mr. Thomas Puot, an educator from Southern Sudan
Wednesday, 01 November 2017

IAA hosted former Minister of Education of Jonglei State-South Sudan, Mr. Tut Nyang and Mr. Thomas Puot, an educator from Southern Sudan, who addressed IAA"s Global Politics students on the conflicts facing education in the southern part of Sudan. They also visited the Design Technology department to witness how practical skills are taught in the IB curriculum. The visit aims at engaging schools in Jordan regarding the implementation of a vocational/agricultural programme in southern Sudan. 

IAA's Wellness Centre
Sunday, 22 October 2017

The IAA Wellness Programme is pleased to announce the launch of its Wellness Centre.

2 IAA Students Win Top Award From Harvard's "Village To Raise A Child" Program
Wednesday, 18 October 2017

IAA's Ali Khalifa and Hasan Abdul Hadi developed an electricity-producing bike that refugees can use for a consistent and reliable source of power. Ali and Hasan were among 4 selected Global Trailblazers to attend a week at Harvard on leadership and entrepreneurship as well as pitch their project to the annual Igniting Innovation Summit.

'Village to Raise a Child' was established by the Harvard Social Innovation Collaborative and aims at identifying and nurturing young social entrepreneurs from around the world. These students, called "Global Trailblazers,”are selected via a global competition that searches for the most inspiring high schoolers with the most innovative ideas from countries around the globe.

http://ignitinginnovationsummit.com/2017-global-trailblazers

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Winner of the Best Student Award in the Amman Design Week
Monday, 16 October 2017

We are proud of Leen Khasawneh - winner of the Best Student Award in the Amman Design Week, as voted by the mentors.  

Leen designed an ergo-egg as a cerebral palsy writing aid to help children with limited hand coordination. Well done Leen!

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