Dates: 21st, 22nd & 23rd December 2015 | Time: 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Homework is a standard part of all children’s school experience and the amount of homework assigned usually increases dramatically as the student matures through the grades. It is an issue that needs careful consideration by the school authorities. In this workshop, participants will learn how to take decisions about the amount of homework that the students will be able to handle, followed by thoughtful planning in collaboration and consultation with the whole educational team.


21, 22 & 23 December 2015


2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m..

Venue: Teachers’ Resource Centre
Address: C-121, 2nd Floor, Ehtesham Centre, Defence Housing Authority, Phase 1, Karachi.
Tel: 3539-4059 | 3539-2976


Through this workshop, participants will:

  • understand the myth about homework
  • identify the goals for assigning homework to students
  • consider factors to keep in mind when assigning homework
  • examine the types of homework assignments
  • learn about giving feedback on the homework assignments
  • explore the role of parents in supervising work at home

Who Should Attend

Teachers of Classes 1 to V

Workshop Leader

Ms. Ishrat Mateen brings with her vast experience in the field of education as a manager of schools as well as a teacher trainer. She has been conducting workshops at TRC and various other institutions over the last several years.

Medium of Instruction



Rs. 3150/-

Last Date for Registration
7 December 2015
Last Date for Payment
9 December 2015

Total Seats: 25

Important Note

No refunds will be given if a cancellation is made one day before the workshop. 50% will be deducted if a cancellation is made two days before the workshop, and 25% in all other cases. If TRC cancels a workshop, a full refund will be given to all confirmed participants. Requests for refunds must be received within 5 working days of the workshop.

Please register and submit course fee promptly with the enrolment form.

For registration contact TRC at: 3539-4059 & 3539-2976