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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
I served in different schools for more than 16 years, I joined the Department of Education, Hazara University, Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan as Lecturer (Education) in 2003. On acquiring a PhD (Education) degree in 2004 from UIER, University of Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi I joined as Assistant Professor in Hazara University then in 2006 I moved to the Bannu University of Science and Technology, on the same status of Assistant Professor and rejoined Hazara University, Mansehra in 2007 and Haripur Campus in 2008. In July 2012 (after coming to School of Education, University of Glasgow, UK as Post Doctoral Fellow, sponsored by HEC, Pakistan in March 2012) Haripur Campus of Hazara University has been declared as independent university, University of Haripur.
Since 2010 in Pakistan most of our teacher training programs had been of one year duration and each program has a basic Computer literacy course with different nomenclature. In 2010 with the collaboration of USAID funded project Pre-STEP, BEd (Ele) 4-year program in 15 universities and Associate Degree in Education (ADE) 2-year program at Teacher Education Institutions having same courses in the first 8 semesters were started. In these programs two different ICT related courses were introduced. I have been involved in ICT since then.
In University of Glasgow I am working on a comparison of two case studies of the availability and utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) in teacher education programs in UK universities.
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