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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
I started my teaching career at Beaconhouse School System (BSS) in 1990. I worked as a teacher from
1990 to 1998. I was selected to work on the development of English Curriculum and moved to the BSS Regional Office in August 1998.
I attended a three week Summer School titled “Developing Educators in Pakistan” which was actually the
beginning of my career as a teacher trainer. I have also passed the Post Graduate Certificate in Professional Development - PG Cert (a course from College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth UK) in this context.
Later on, I was selected as the member and leader of the team for the Urdu Curriculum development working
group. I have worked on two parallel projects at the same time i.e. curriculum development and the development of the BSS Urdu reading scheme that comprises a set of forty five readers for classes Nursery
to V. We, the group members have written these books each of which consist of a piece of prose and a poem. These readers are supplemented by workbooks for students and teaching guidelines. As a trainer I also train teachers for its effective implementation.
To keep the Urdu teachers abreast with the fast moving pace of the technology oriented world, I need to acquaint and train them to use and integrate technology incorporated in the curriculum as effectively in the teaching and learning process as possible.
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