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It was a full house around here last week when we kicked off our low-cost workshop series 🙂 Booked to capacity, Tabinda Jabeen’s workshop on ‘Active Learning’ was a big hit with the participants who acquired new skills to reinvent their classroom teaching practices.

Next up: ‘Introduction to Stem Education’ by Sonia Iqbal on 28th September.

For more information, call us on 021-35394059 or 021-35392976 or visit our website http://www.trconline.org

Please note:

• Entry without a mask will not be allowed

• Please carry your own sanitizer

• All SOPs will be strictly followed

• Limited seats are available.

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Mathematics would be a wonderfully engaging and joy-spreading subject if it is taught right. Although there is no fixed formulae to ensure consistently productive Mathematics classes, active learning may constantly engage and happily challenge children to understand and tackle simple to complex mathematical tasks. It provides a platform for both students and teachers to enthusiastically participate in the learning experiences. Through this workshop, we invite teachers to think about and to learn how to blend various successful strategies and activities to boost learning in a “Mathematics Classroom”.

When: 30 September 2022 (Friday)

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 650 /-

Objectives:

  • understand the concept of activity-based teaching-learning
  • explore different activities which they can incorporate into their teaching practice
  • plan activity-based tasks for teaching various concepts of Mathematics

Workshop Leader: Ms. Sadia Anwer is in the field of education for the past 12 years. She has been a senior teacher for secondary level for more than seven years and has a special interest in Mathematics. Sadia is a TRC qualified early childhood educator and has a rich experience of training teachers and designing classroom resources especially for under resourced schools. She works with TRC as a member of the Training and Development Team.

Who Should Attend: Pre-Primary to Middle School Teachers

Medium of Instruction: English/Urdu

Last Date of Registration and Payment: 28 September 2022

Important Note:

  • Participants will receive an E-Certificate
  • Entry without a mask will not be allowed
  • All SOPs will be strictly followed

For registration: Call us on 021-35394059 & 021-35392976 or write to us on [email protected] & [email protected]

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STEM is an interdisciplinary form of education that encourages the teaching of different curriculum concepts unconfined from subjects and textbook restraints. It stimulates critical thinking and learning readiness so that learners can identify connections between the curriculum content and the world around them. It is a way of channelizing the natural curiosity of children to make them observe, investigate, explore, interpret, conclude and create while they undertake STEM tasks, which leads to the attainment of various skillsets. During this interactive workshop, participants will explore and learn how to employ the STEM way of teaching in their classroom practices for providing effective learning experiences to their learners.

When: 28 September 2022 (Wednesday)

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 650 /-

Objectives:

  • explore the significance of incorporating STEM education in their teaching methodologies
  • identify how STEM supports the interests and individual differences of children
  • design STEM-based tasks as per age and interests of their learners

Workshop Leader: Ms. Sonia Iqbal has 13 years of experience in working with developing skills in students at all levels of achievement in public and private sector schools. Along with teaching English and Science, she has also worked in the capacity of an assistant editor and as a freelance content writer for distinctive magazines and newspapers. Currently she is working as a member of the Training and Development team at TRC.

Who Should Attend: Pre-Primary to Middle School Teachers

Medium of Instruction: English/Urdu

Last Date of Registration and Payment: 26 September 2022

Important Note:

  • Participants will receive an E-Certificate
  • Entry without a mask will not be allowed
  • All SOPs will be strictly followed

For registration: Call us on 021-35394059 & 021-35392976 or write to us on [email protected] & [email protected]

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According to Jean Piaget, “knowledge arises neither from objects nor the child, but from interactions between the child and those objects”. As we know, children are generally curious, inquisitive and energetic. They are always keen to explore the world around them and learn through experiments. This is where active learning comes in. Active learning is a highly interactive and important learning strategy to be introduced to these young ones. Active learning doesn’t just help children to meet the learning objectives, it also helps them build useful foundational skills for life. 

When: 21 September 2022 (Wednesday)

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 650 /-

Objectives:

  • understand the concept of active learning
  • get familiar with the key elements of active learning
  • distinguish between activity and active learning
  • explore different teaching and learning strategies in order to promote active learning in their classrooms

Workshop Leader: Ms. Tabinda has 20 years of professional experience as a teacher and teacher educator. She is an early childhood education and development expert who has been designing and conducting teachers’ trainings for the last 12 years in both the public and private sectors. At TRC, Tabinda has been involved with multi stakeholder ECE projects at both provincial and national levels. Her areas of expertise include training design, learning material development, monitoring and classroom support and research.

Who Should Attend: Pre-Primary and Primary Teachers

Medium of Instruction: English/Urdu

Last Date of Registration and Payment: 19 September 2022

Important Note:

  • Participants will receive an E-Certificate
  • Entry without a mask will not be allowed
  • All SOPs will be strictly followed

For registration: Call us on 021-35394059 & 021-35392976 or write to us on [email protected] & [email protected]

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Our powerhouse director, Ambreena Ahmed, reminsces about our trip to Old Primary School in Matiari, Sindh, last month in collaboration with Indigo Textile Pvt Ltd and explains how initiatives like these can be transformative in rural schools where deprivation is high and resources can be hard to come by.

Platforms such as the one provided by Indigo Textile can exponentially expand the scale of our efforts and lead to self-sufficient, empowered communities. #indigotextile #literacyday2022 #education #TRC #unsdgs #qualityeducationforall #sindh #collaboration #educationsector #responsiblebusiness #CSR #denim #pakistan

Our future lies in the hands of dynamic and visionary teachers. A dire focus on the educational sector can broaden the mindsets of the masses and ignite virtuous leaders within us.

To flourish socially and economically, it is significant to establish a concrete educational sector without any discrimination within class, caste, colour and creed for the rise to an inclusive and diverse environment.

Indigo textile has a profound emphasis on improving the educational conditions within deprived and destitute sectors of Pakistan. To stand forth, we collaborated with Teacher’s resource centre to establish this activity-based- curriculum at Hala Old primary school with a dignified and unique vision of preaching education by guiding and training teachers.

The exuberant experience with the children at Hala Old school made us realize the importance of education in these areas with a strong focus on the UNSDGs 4, 5, 10, 17; quality education, gender equality, reduced inequality and partnership for the goals.

we empower all for a brilliant future.

#indigotextile #literacyday2022 #education #TRC #unsdgs #qualityeducationforall #sindh #collaboration #educationsector #responsiblebusiness #CSR #denim #pakistan

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According to Jean Piaget, “knowledge arises neither from objects nor the child, but from interactions between the child and those objects”. As we know, children are generally curious, inquisitive and energetic. They are always keen to explore the world around them and learn through experiments. This is where active learning comes in. Active learning is a highly interactive and important learning strategy to be introduced to these young ones. Active learning doesn’t just help children to meet the learning objectives, it also helps them build useful foundational skills for life.

When: 11 August 2022 (Thursday)

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 650 /-

Objectives:

  • understand the concept of active learning
  • get familiar with the key elements of active learning
  • distinguish between activity and active learning
  • explore different teaching and learning strategies in order to promote active learning in their classrooms

Workshop Leader: Ms. Tabinda has 20 years of professional experience as a teacher and teacher educator. She is an early childhood education and development expert who has been designing and conducting teachers’ trainings for the last 12 years in both the public and private sectors. At TRC, Tabinda has been involved with multi stakeholder ECE projects at both provincial and national levels. Her areas of expertise include training design, learning material development, monitoring and classroom support and research.

Who Should Attend:Pre-Primary and Primary Teachers

Medium of Instruction: English/Urdu

Last Date of Registration and Payment: 10 August 2022

For registration: Call us on 021-35394059 & 021-35392976 or write to us on [email protected] & [email protected]

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Mathematics would be a wonderfully engaging and joy-spreading subject if it is taught right. Although there is no fixed formulae to ensure consistently productive Mathematics classes, active learning may constantly engaged and happily challenged to understand and tackle simple to complex mathematical tasks. It provides a platform to both students and teachers to enthusiastically participate in the learning experiences. Through this workshop, we invite teachers to think about and learn how to blend various successful strategies and activities to boost learning in a “Mathematics Classroom”.

When: 29th July 2022 (Friday)

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 650 /-

Objectives:

  • understand the concept of activity-based teaching-learning
  • explore different activities which they can incorporate into their Mathematical teaching practice
  • plan activity-based tasks for teaching various concepts of Mathematics

Workshop Leader: Ms. Sadia Anwer is in the field of education for the past 12 years. She has been a senior teacher for secondary level for more than seven years and has a special interest in Mathematics. Sadia is a TRC qualified early childhood educator and has a rich experience of training teachers and designing classroom resources especially for under resourced schools. She works with TRC as a member of the Training and Development Team.

Who Should Attend: All Math Teachers

Medium of Instruction: English/Urdu

Last Date of Registration and Payment: 28 July 2022

For registration: Call us on 021-35394059 & 021-35392976 or write to us on [email protected] & [email protected]

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