A four-day Continuing Professional Education Programme for teacher educators, head of the departments, subject coordinators, principals and senior teachers.
The course will provide you with an opportunity to:
• understand different models of professional development of teachers;
• identify teachers’ needs for professional development; and
• design and conduct a needs-based workshop for your teachers.
When and Where?
July 03, 05, 10 and 17, 2018 | 9:30 am -1:00 pm | AKU-IED
Rs. 6500/- per participant
Deadline for Registrations
June 26 , 2018
*Registration will be made on first come first serve basis and subject to availability of seats.
Fill the registration form
and submit it to the Professional Development Centre, Karachi.
Dr Meher Rizvi is an Assistant Professor at AKU-IED. She did her PhD in Education from Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Dr Rizvi has more than 25 years of teaching experience in a range of educational contexts, including primary schools, secondary schools, teacher education colleges, and national and international universities. She teaches courses on research methods, curriculum, teaching and learning, school improvement, educational change, professional development of teachers and foundations of education. Her primary research interests include teacher professional development and teacher professionalism, curriculum studies, teaching and learning, educational reforms and educational innovation with particular reference to elementary education, educational leadership and research methodologies.
Dr Munira Amirali is an Assistant Professor at AKU-IED, Pakistan. She has taught teacher education and research at both graduate and post graduate levels. Her doctoral research explored teachers’ beliefs about the nature of mathematics, mathematics teaching and learning. Dr Munira has a rich experience of working with Aga Khan Education Service, Pakistan for more than 20 years as a teacher, mentor, teacher educator and researcher. She also brings with her an extensive experience of conducting teacher professional development programmes, formulating school policies and reshaping performance management systems for teachers and school leaders. Her research interests include teacher learning and development, students’ learning experiences and building school learning communities.