Innovators in the United Arab Emirates after a deep reflection since the beginning of the spread of the Crohna virus in all Arab countries, where it has already begun to stimulate a new idea that would end the Crohn virus inside the United Arab Emirates.

To coincide with the start of opening schools, students returning to classrooms and returning to schools again, a primary school in eastern China decided to impose spacing wings between students, in order to preserve the integrity of the school environment from the possibility of renewal or infection again.

It is sure that these wings help to impose a distance of one meter between each student and another, which is the distance imposed according to what the Ministry of Health stated legally to prevent the epidemic infection between people, and students were allowed to make their own wings, in order to encourage the child to the idea of ​​preserving To protect society and safety and respect the application of laws.

Education in the United Arab Emirates has gone through several stages, and it is not hidden to anyone interested in tracking it and studying it. Starting from the last three centuries, we think that education was keeping pace with others in the region, which are small writers in which the town's children meet at Al-Mutawa, taught by the Qur’an, calligraphy and numbers, then a stage appeared. Jdeidet is education in scientific seminars practiced by a few scholars, scholars and insiders since 1819.

During the period between 1907 and 1953, semi-formal education began, thanks to the pearl merchants who helped open new schools, the most famous of which was the Al-Taymiyyah Mahmudiyya School in Sharjah, which was founded in 1907 AD, and the Ahmadiyya School in Dubai, which was founded in 1912.

Life was on a date with the second day of December 1971 AD, as the morning of the Renaissance shone, and the modern formal education, which is currently practiced in the country, has begun, and this education has been distinguished as organized education, in schools and classrooms (halls) and general and specialized courses; This modern system has helped graduate generations of qualified learners in various disciplines, men and women who have held positions in various governmental and private sectors, and these generations have proven their capabilities and capabilities through this education that has been done efficiently and ably.

In this regard, do not forget the statement of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, may God preserve him, about education, where he said: “We bet on education in the race of nations, and investment in human development, it is the only investment that does not He knows the loss, and our goal is to be the best in education globally. ”

Juveniles are begging for the emergence of the new Corona virus «Covid 19», and the state protects people from the spread of the pandemic of this disease, so all educational institutions in the country go to another type of education, it is education (virtual), or as it is called (distance education); Where this type of education is one of the modern methods of education, and its basic concept depends on the student's presence in a place that is far from the source of the information, or the teacher, and is done through the use of educational programs that are the link between the teacher and his students, and his experience has recently been widespread in different countries This type of education is characterized by flexibility, relevance, effectiveness, ease of use and low cost, and in fact it is divided into two main parts: The first section is characterized by simultaneous transfer so that the communication between the student and the teacher is direct and simultaneously. As for the second section, it is characterized by asynchronous transfer, whereby the teacher provides the scientific material via computer, video, or any other means through which the student can obtain information and lectures at any time.

Formal education - which obliges the student to attend the classroom and receive information from the teacher directly daily during the past years - has proven successful and the relevance of its outputs to the labor market in line with the capabilities and infrastructure available for that.

We have experienced virtual education or distance education since March 22, 2020, and the electronic institution has faced the enrollment of more than 1.2 million students from various schools and universities in the country in the distance education system, and this has opened doors for us before us questions; Including: Does distance education become an alternative to formal education or complement it? Which of them outweighs his positives? Is it time to drop out of formal education?