Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Topic : “How can History Teaching be Made More Interesting?”
Date : September 25, 2010
Time : 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Facilitator : Dr. Jan-e-Alam Khaki, Assistant Professor, Coordinator PhD Programme
Recipient Outstanding Teacher Award, The Aga University -
Institute for Educational Development

Learning Outcomes of the session:

• The participants will be able to reflect deeply what history is.
• It will enable them to see history and history teaching as a fascinating endeavor to engage with
• The session will enable the participants to appreciate that history is a complex phenomenon and it is largely a matter of interpretations rather than facts finding.
• It is hoped that after attending the session the participants will be better equipped to learn more about history and teach it more productively.

Kindly confirm your participation latest by September 24, 2010 at 6347611-14 / 6826991-4 Ext. 3203-3204-3205, AKU – lED or register online at info@ptan.org or registration@ptan.org