the CEO of Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults

The purest and most virtuous work is education, and at the forefront of this education system stands the teacher

The purest and most virtuous work is education, and at the forefront of this education system stands the teacher
Dr. Hamed Alamati, the CEO of Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults, extended congratulations on the occasion of Teacher's Week, honoring the memory of all teachers, especially the martyr teachers emphasizing that these martyrs are a source of pride for the education system in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

According to the Public Relations and International Affairs of the Iran Language Institute, Dr. Alamati stated, "The purest and most virtuous work is education, and at the forefront of this education system stands the teacher. Based on documents and traditions, teaching and educating people have been the work and profession of the prophets." 

He added, "The Prophet (PBUH) supplicated, 'O Allah, forgive the teachers, prolong their lives, and bless their efforts.' Forgiveness and inner purity, long life along with health and prosperity in their endeavors are the key elements of this supplication, which, in my opinion, should be the foundation of our work and policy for interacting with teachers at the Iran Language Institute."

Dr. Alamati continued: "Today, the knowledge and expertise of the teachers at the Iran Language Institute is one of our most important assets. The more our teachers possess spiritual health and inner purity, the greater their influence and impact on the audience. 

 

 

The issue of modesty and Hijab among teachers and staff at the Iran Language Institute is another topic that the CEO of the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults addressed, emphasizing the importance of these factors in maintaining trust with families and transferring ethical values alongside knowledge and expertise." Furthermore, referring to the effective measures taken since Dr. Zolfaghari's tenure at the Iran Language Institute, Dr. Alamati noted the positive outcomes achieved in the past year through their leadership and the efforts of everyone involved. 

 He highlighted the enhancement and expansion of services and education at the Iran Language Institute, emphasizing the importance of continuous development and utilizing modern sciences, technology, and experiences to further elevate the institute's position and credibility within the educational structure. 

 

 

Dr. Alamati concluded by expressing the need for social supervision at the Iran Language Institute, organizing the celebration of the ILI’s 100th year, and promoting Persian language and literature. He stressed the need to establish the infrastructures at the Iran Language Institute that ensure all staff and teachers are actively involved and benefit from the institute's success, urging everyone to strive for both quantitative and qualitative improvements for mutual shared success.

 

May 1, 2024 15:53
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The Iranian Language Center, as the most prestigious, oldest and largest foreign language teaching institute in Iran, has been operating in Tehran since 1304 under the name of the Iran-US Association, and its classes were often held in affiliated centers. Language education "was launched at the crossroads of the Republic in the 1330s