One of the defining features of the The Arabic language at hand’s reach method (العربية بين يديك) is that it revolves around two focal points. The first one, which we already introduced in the “An effective method” section, relates to the training of students. As for the second point, it pertains to the mentorship and supervision of teachers throughout the entire curriculum. Its objective is to make them aware of the difficulties encountered by non-native Arabic students and to teach them how to prompt a useful exchange of views by adopting a pedagogical approach.
It is in this context that a committee attached to the “Arabic for all” (العربية للجميع) project—from which the The Arabic language at hand’s reach method (العربية بين يديك) originated—travels across the world organizing training sessions for teachers aspiring to specialize in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers.
The teachers of the Bint Adnaan Center—men and women alike—were trained by this committee at a session that was arranged for them. Its objective was to optimize their teaching skills in general and, in particular, those pertaining to the teaching of the The Arabic language at hand’s reach method (العربية بين يديك) to non-native speakers.