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faculty members : Khawaja Farid University of Engineering and Information Technology Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sulaiman Tahir has saidRead more
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“Psychology is a science, and teaching is an art; and sciences never produce arts straightforwardly out of themselves.” William JamesRead more
LAHORE: A three-day workshop on "Teaching Methodologies for Young Faculty" organised by
Quality Enhancement Cell of University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore started at
The core aim of this activity is to provide the skills to young teachers regarding effective
pedagogical approach for getting prominent place in market by producing productive mentors. In
inaugural session, UET Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Fazal Ahmad
ISLAMABAD: Motivated by the need to radicalize the way students learn science
and technology in Pakistan, a truly instructive summer camp concluded at
Annie’s Early Learning Center and Friends’ Preschool and Activity Center with a
Makers Day,’ where an array of science products that the campers had made
during their month-long involvement, were exhibited for parents, students and
their instructors to take pride in.
An initiative of
STAFF REPORT ISB: Minister of State for Education Muhammad Baligh ur Rehman has chaired the advisory committee meeting here to review the process of integration of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in teaching and learning processes in schools, reviving Education Management Information System for a proactive role in policy, research, planning and management and outline of sustainable development goals plan.
The meeting discussed in detail the issues including preparing
STAFF REPORT ISB: Inter University Consortium for Promotion of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts (IUCPSS), an alliance of 30 Pakistani universities, and Institute of Social and Policy Sciences (I-SAPS) Pakistan have signed an agreement to promote teaching and research in local conflicts in the country.
According to the agreement, special attention would be paid on improving the state of social sciences and humanities in Pakistan by enhancing collaborative research.
It was also
STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistani teachers have won six medals including one gold and two silvers in an international teaching competition recently held at Turkey.
As many as 344 four teachers from different countries participated in the 2nd International Teaching Knowledge Competition titled, "Teachers are Competing," to show their skills in English, Turkish, math, biology, physics, computer, chemistry, junior section and preschool categories.
Kamil Ture, Director Education PakTurk
MONITORING REPORT ISB: Dato Zakri Abdul Hamid, the Science Advisor to the PM of Malaysia, and Prof. Nidhal Guessoum of American University of Sharjah, have launched the Muslim-Science.Com’s Task Force on Teaching of Science. This step seeks to jumpstart a dialogue, discourse, and debate on critical issues and big questions at the intersection of science and religion within the Islamic World. In doing so, it also seeks to reclaim the narrative of science within the Islamic community. "
SYLLABUS is the yardstick of measuring the standard of education being practised in any educational institution. Institutions in the advance world try to excel in formulating their syllabus on the pattern of the world-famous educational institutions. This concept of adopting the latest trends in education is very useful for raising the standard of education.
Institutions have a great responsibility towards implementing the syllabus in letter and spirit for the reputation and recognition
THE QUALITY of science teaching and learning continues to be an area of concern. What it is inadequate; it is often the lack of a sufficient number of highly-qualified and dedicated science teachers that is cited as the problem. Subject knowledge is important; we should not neglect the need to be able to get a subject across. Primary school science teachers may not always have the subject knowledge but they are generally adept at using the knowledge that they have to enable students toRead more
Prof. Dr Arshad Ali, Principal, SEECS, is a prolific researcher and academician. He has over 100 publications to his credit. He has been conferred Gold Medal by Pakistan Academy of Sciences and COMSTECH for IT research, President’s Gold Medal for Best NUST Researcher of the Year 2005 and Distinguished Scientist of the Year 2006" Award by PAS. Dr Arshad is also recipient of President’s Pride of Performance in IT research. During his talk with Technology Times, he shared his views aboutRead more