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Islamabad

May 19, 2017

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Workshop on teacher education ends at FJWU

Workshop on teacher education ends at FJWU

Rawalpindi: Three-day workshop on ‘Bridging the Gap between Theory & Practice for Participants of Pre-Service Teacher Education Programme,’ organised by FJWU and Leicester, UK and funded by HEC-BC under their knowledge Economy Partnership Programme.

Resource persons of the workshop were Dr. Malik Ghulam Behlol and Dr Khalid Kayyani. The major objectives of the workshop were to find out the gap between theory & practice of pre-service teacher education programme. Provide an opportunity to participants to engage in active learning, experience variety of active learning methods and to support participants to design and practice activities for teachers that use active learning.

Chief guest Dr. Rauf Azam, vice chancellor, Education University, Lahore appreciated the participants and hoped that the workshop proved to be a mutual learning experience. He said that it will enrich our academic repertoire through enhancing our understanding and awareness.

In the workshop, participants practiced collaborative project, effective lesson planning, promotion and support active pedagogies, student teaching self-evaluation etc. The participants fully participated in the activities of different sessions such as presentations on charts, power points and collaborative group work activities. Faculty of Fatima Jinnah Women University and various educationists of twin cities attended the workshop. 

 

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