Thursday, May 29, 2014

SAP: Summer Short Course "“Towards becoming a Great Science Teacher” from June 16-27, 2014

Dear Members,

Science Association of Pakistan (SAP) is constantly providing opportunities to teachers to learn to teach
science effectively by updating their knowledge about new research and development in the field of science education. This year SAP has organized a summer short course “Towards becoming a Great Science Teacher”. This short course will provide science teachers an opportunity to explore, discuss and extend
their understanding of different interactive teaching pedagogies and their assessments.

1.      The short course is designed for new, experienced, primary, secondary & higher secondary schools science teachers.
2.      Participants will engage in interactive teaching pedagogies.
3.      Opportunities to discuss and extend their learning of question-writing for assessing students’ learning.
The course will provide participants with an opportunity to:
·         Enhance understanding about contemporary teaching approaches
·         Explore and learn new trends in assessment with reference to Contemporary Theories
·         Develop and share lesson plans and write questions on various Science topics

Date :  June 16-27, 2014

Time :  09:00 a.m.- 01:00 p.m.

Venue  Aga Khan University-IED (Karimabad)

Course Fees:  Rs. 10,000/- (Cash or Pay order)

      Facilitator : Ms. Suraiya Yousufi Chairperson SAP,
                    Executive Committee Members, SAP:
                    Ms. Arshia Saeed, Ms. Tahira Firdous,
                    Mr. Rahim Ali and
                    Ms. Kaneez Zainab, Academic Coordinator,
                    Aga Khan Higher Secondary School.                          

Registration deadline is June 11, 2014For registration, please fill in the attached form and submit it to PTAN Office (PTAN c/o IED-PDC, 1-5/B-VII, F.B. Area, Karimabad, Karachi-75950) along with the registration fee (Cash or Pay order in the name of "The Aga Khan University"). For queries please email us at or call 021-36826991-94/36347611-14 Ext. 8554/8556.

We look forward to your participation.