Thursday September 23, 2021
Shahid Siddiqui
Shahid Siddiqui

  • April 06, 2021

    New PhD policy

    The history of educational policies in Pakistan is replete with non-consultative abrupt decisions which disrupted the ongoing policies and put...

  • July 15, 2019

    Paradigms of education

    The major educational challenge of the 21st century is the acquisition of new sets of skills required by students and teachers alike. These skills...

  • June 29, 2019

    Ensuring translation

    Education and development have a potent correlation. It is said that the difference between progressive and developed countries is actually the...

  • June 15, 2019

    The challenge of implementation

    There has been a growing realization in the developing and developed countries about the pivotal role of teachers in improving the quality of...

  • June 01, 2019

    The curriculum recipe

    One of the major impediments to educational change in Pakistan is the oversimplification of notions, ideas and solutions. Certain stereotypes have...

  • May 18, 2019

    For the teacher

    “Without narrative, life has no meaning. Without meaning, learning has no purpose. Without a purpose, schools are houses of detention, not...

  • May 06, 2019

    Education and social justice

    In the 9/11 commission report it was recommended that Pakistan should be given more financial support in order to improve its education sector....

  • April 20, 2019

    Teachers as intellectuals

    “There have been no major revolutions in modern history without intellectuals; conversely there has been no major counterrevolutionary movement...

  • April 06, 2019

    The pedagogy of conformity

    A major objective of education, which most schools of thought subscribe to, is the broadening of mental horizons, personal and societal development...

  • March 23, 2019

    Education: the challenge of quality

    The problem of access had always been a serious challenge for the educational system of Pakistan, where even historically at the primary level...