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NOTE:  Change of date: This workshop is being rescheduled.

Curiosity, and divergent thinking are the driving forces in a STEM classroom. Channeling students’ innate curiosity and critical thinking can serve as effective catalysts for Engineering, Science and Mathematics concepts into tangible projects using technology. The goal of this workshop is to enable teachers to help students cultivate out of the box thinking and problem solving for deeper scientific inquiry.

When: 31 May 2024 (Friday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 1000/-


  • analyse the significance of STEM teaching for inculcating complex curriculum topics
  • explore the integration of various Science and Mathematics concepts along with engineering and technology in real life contexts
  • design STEM tasks to stimulate students’ higher order thinking and curiosity

Workshop Leader: Ms. Sonia Iqbal has 18 years of experience of working with and developing skills in students at all levels of achievement in public and private sector schools.  Along with teaching English, Science and Mathematics, 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 and has contributed in developing capacity of various teachers and stakeholders.

Who Should Attend: Teachers of grade 4 to 8

Medium of Instruction: English/Urdu

Important Note: Participants will receive an E-Certificate

For registration:

Call at 021-35394059, 35392976 and WhatsApp at 0336-0367032 or write to us on [email protected] & [email protected]

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TRC is hosting the annual Open House for its Early Childhood Education & Development Programme 2020 on Saturday, 5th October 2019, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Talk to our faculty, tour the premises, and find out more about the ECED Programme and all it entails.
Enrolments for the Programme at the Open House are exempted from the Rs. 1500/- Registration Free!
For more details, and to register for the Open House, email us at [email protected], [email protected] or call us at 3539-4059 and 3539-2976.
Looking forward to see you!

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We are pleased to inform you that registration for our ECED Programme for 2019 are now open. We offer limited seats on a first come first serve basis.
Admission will close on Friday, October 19, 2018.
Programme brochure is attached for your perusal.

For more information please contact Teachers’ Resource Centre (TRC) between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the following numbers:

Telephone: (92-21) 3539-2976 | (92-21) 3539-4059

E-mail: [email protected] | [email protected]


Download ECED Programme Brochure

Download Student Application Form

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Dear Readers,

Please check out our new Opinion Poll on whether small or large schools are better, and cast your vote by the end of July 2018. As you know …

your opinion counts

Our June 2018 poll was about whether schools should stay open during summer:

Should schools be open all year round, with no summer break?

Yes. During summer breaks children often forget a lot of what they learnt. Instead schools can give short breaks throughout the year, instead of a long break during summer. (11%, 5 Votes)

No. Summer vacation is necessary, because it allows children to relax after working hard all year round. (89%, 42 Votes)

Most of the respondents voted to keep the long summer break. The majority of the voters (89%) felt that summer vacations are necessary because they allow children to take a long break from academics. Only 11% of the voters felt that schools should stay open throughout the year, because children forget what they have learnt after a long break.

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Dear Readers,

Please check out our new Opinion Poll on whether schools should stay open during summer, and cast your vote by the end of June 2018. As you know …

your opinion counts

Our May 2018 poll was about whether television is good or bad for children:

Is watching television bad for children?

Yes. Watching TV is a sedentary activity that eats into children’s leisure time in which they could be active. TV also encourages children to consume junk food leading to health problems. (16%,6 Votes)

No. There is lots of good programming on television that can be educational. Parents can monitor what their children are watching and so TV can also help families spend time together. (84%, 32 Votes)

Most of the respondents believe that watching TV can be good for children, especially since there is a lot of educational programming that they can learn from. Some 84% of the respondents felt that TV is beneficial for children because it also offers educational programming and allows parents to spend time with children, when they watch TV shows together. 16% of the respondents to the poll feel that TV discourages physical activity and encourages unhealthy eating habits.

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