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Faryal Mazhar

Personal Statement


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I have a twelve year experience in Beacon house, teaching Urdu to grade six and seven. Before joining Beacon house I taught Maths in a secondary school. I am Master in Islamic Studies, but have completed my Bachelors in Math A and B course. Two years ago I have done CPED from Morjon University. This year I am teaching Mathematics to class six, along with Urdu to grade seven. I enjoy a lot while working in Beacon house as every moment here is a new learning experience. My role as an Urdu coordinator is to help in lesson planning, lesson modelling and plan of ICT integrated lessons and as a math teacher I plan math lessons. At school I am also in charge of event managing committee, record keeping committee and examination cell. My institute is part of the largest private educational institution in Pakistan and also has many branches worldwide. My campus is from pre-nursery to A-level with around 4000 learners and well equipped with libraries, swimming pool, cafeteria, computer labs, resource rooms and ICT suites for math, with netbooks for each learner, interactive boards, overhead projectors and broadband with internet access. I teach grade six and seven of age group eleven to thirteen. All learners are local nationals, but from different backgrounds (well and non-educated) but financially strong. Learners want to use new technology and enthusiastically participate in ICT integrated lessons. In school they have much access to computer in Math period and are able to use them.


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