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

Questioning, investigating, and collaborating are the skills that 21st-century learners must be equipped with. Inquiry-based learning, an educational approach, caters to all three of these skills. Learners are actively involved in their own learning process of constructing meaning from experiences. This approach is often hands-on and connects classroom learning to real-life experiences.

When: 13 May 2024 (Monday)

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • explore the process of inquiry-based learning
  • demonstrate understanding of an inquiry-based lesson plan
  • evaluate the benefits of a reflective environment for the learners

Workshop Leader: Ms. Misbah Karamat comes from a diverse educational and professional background. She has a bachelor’s degree in Textile Design from the National College of Arts, and an accredited certification – ICELT, in English language teaching from the University of Cambridge. She has worked at different educational institutions across Pakistan, and brings with her teaching experience in various subjects at primary and secondary levels.

Who Should Attend: Teachers of grade 5 to 7

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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Stress can be defined as a state of worry or mental tension caused by a difficult situation. It is a natural human response that prompts us to address challenges and threats in our lives. Managing stress involves learning skills such as problem-solving, focusing on important tasks first and managing one’s time. This workshop will focus on improving one’s ability to cope with difficult events that happen in life. It consists of a wide spectrum of techniques, aimed at controlling a person’s level of stress for the purpose of improving everyday functioning.

When: 31 May 2024 (Friday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • understand the causes and process of experiencing stress in one’s life 
  • highlight the impact of stress on an individual’s body and mind 
  • explore strategies to involve parents and maintain effective communication with them 

Workshop Leader: Ms. Rubina Naqvi has B.Sc / B.Ed degrees from Karachi University. She is an accredited trainer and holds a Diploma in Professional Studies from University of Bradford, UK. She brings with her 43 years of experience in the field of education which includes teaching, training teachers, and school management. Currently she is a member of the Training and Development Team at TRC and is working in the capacity of Senior Manager, Membership Network since the last 20 years.

Who Should Attend: All those interested 

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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Writing and reading skills in the early years play an important role in nurturing literacy development. They offer a multifaceted approach to enhancing emergent literacy, encompassing various aspects such as expressing ideas, refining fine motor skills, understanding print concepts, and fostering phonological awareness and phonics. Beginning from basic phonics, children progress to tracing and forming letters, expanding their vocabulary, and eventually mastering reading, writing, and comprehension. The workshop comprehensively guides participants through this developmental journey, providing practical samples of vocabulary and texts to facilitate effective learning and teaching. 

When: 29 May 2024 (Wednesday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • enhance teachers’ capacity to foster emergent writing skills in young children
  • provide practical guidance on integrating phonological awareness and phonics instruction
  • scaffold children’s literacy development from foundational letter recognition to text comprehension
  • equip teachers with sample materials and assessment tools for effective instruction

Workshop Leader: Ms Saira Shahab is a Ph.D. scholar from SEGI University, Malaysia. She has a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics-TESOL Studies from the University of Queensland, Australia, and another Master’s in Economics from the University of Karachi. She has also done an In-Service Certificate of English Language Teaching ICELT from the University of Cambridge, U.K. Along with her extensive work in educational development, gender-based educational and women empowerment programs are other areas in which her contributions have been substantial. She has written research papers on gender disparities, language development, non-formal education, and early childhood education in a span of a decade and still continues. She has developed language and literacy programs for learners of early years along with bi-scripted graded readers for struggling readers of the primary level.

Who Should Attend: All those interested 

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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Learning is an active process and children learn best through action and activity. In order to engage, motivate and facilitate children at optimal levels, teachers must understand the learning process and respond to students’ individual emotional and cognitive developmental needs and select instructional strategies and tactics that are effective for diverse learners.

When: 14 May 2024 (Tuesday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • understand how learning takes place
  • get familiar with the children’s learning needs and learning style
  • explore the different teaching and learning strategies in order to facilitate learning in their classrooms

Workshop Leader: Ms. Tabinda Jabeen has 22 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 14 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

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

Questioning, investigating, and collaborating are the skills that 21st-century learners must be equipped with. Inquiry-based learning, an educational approach, caters to all three of these skills. Learners are actively involved in their own learning process of constructing meaning from experiences. This approach is often hands-on and connects classroom learning to real-life experiences.

When: 13 May 2024 (Monday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • explore the process of inquiry-based learning
  • demonstrate understanding of an inquiry-based lesson plan
  • evaluate the benefits of a reflective environment for the learners

Workshop Leader: Ms. Misbah Karamat comes from a diverse educational and professional background. She has a bachelor’s degree in Textile Design from the National College of Arts, and an accredited certification – ICELT, in English language teaching from the University of Cambridge. She has worked at different educational institutions across Pakistan, and brings with her teaching experience in various subjects at primary and secondary levels.

Who Should Attend: Teachers of grade 5 to 7

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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Questioning, investigating, and collaborating are the skills that 21st-century learners must be equipped with. Inquiry-based learning, an educational approach, caters to all three of these skills. Learners are actively involved in their own learning process of constructing meaning from experiences. This approach is often hands-on and connects classroom learning to real-life experiences.

When: 30 April 2024 (Tuesday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • explore the process of inquiry-based learning
  • demonstrate understanding of an inquiry-based lesson plan
  • evaluate the benefits of a reflective environment for the learners

Workshop Leader: Ms. Misbah Karamat comes from a diverse educational and professional background. She has a bachelor’s degree in Textile Design from the National College of Arts, and an accredited certification – ICELT, in English language teaching from the University of Cambridge. She has worked at different educational institutions across Pakistan, and brings with her teaching experience in various subjects at primary and secondary levels.

Who Should Attend: Teachers of grade 5 to 7

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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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: 29 April 2024 (Monday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • 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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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: 26 April 2024 (Friday) 

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • 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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Learning is an active process and children learn best through action and activity. In order to engage, motivate and facilitate children at optimal levels, teachers must understand the learning process and respond to students’ individual emotional and cognitive developmental needs and select instructional strategies and tactics that are effective for diverse learners.

When: 23 April 2024 (Tuesday)

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue: TRC

Charges: Rs. 1000/-

Objectives:

  • understand how learning takes place
  • get familiar with the children’s learning needs and learning style
  • explore the different teaching and learning strategies in order to facilitate learning in their classrooms

Workshop Leader: Ms. Tabinda Jabeen has 22 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 14 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

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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