Saturday, August 15, 2015

ASSET session titled “ Story of Pakistan” on August 22, 2015

Dear Member,

This month ASSET is organizing an interactive session on “Story of Pakistan. The details are as follows:

Session’s objectives:

·         The session would help participants to understand why creation of Pakistan was inevitable?
·         It would help teachers to build determination and awareness among their students about the great purpose for which Pakistan came into being
·         Nurture love, affection and consciousness in students for the building and development of Pakistan.

Date:                           Saturday, August 22, 2015
Time:                          9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Facilitator:                 Mr Zubair Hussain Shaikh, Project Manager, Educational Resource Development Center
Venue:                        Aga Khan University Institute for Educational Development, Karimabad

Facilitator's profile
Mr Zubair Hussain Shaikh holds a Master’s degree in Literature and has done B.ed from University of Karachi. With his rich experience spread over 17 years in the field of education, he works at ERDC as Project Manager. He is the author of presidential award winning series Mera Iqbal and co-author of a number of books for children. He is known for his innovative teaching methods and strategies for teaching language. He has an extensive experience of conducting teacher-training programs in urban and rural areas of Pakistan on a wide range of topics related to pedagogy and academic leadership. Zubair has worked on different projects of book development, training and evaluation with Sindh textbook board, Aga khan Education Services Pakistan, Iqbal Academy Pakistan, The Citizens Foundation, Developments in literacy, Indus Resource Centre, and Thardeep Rural Development Program.

Please note that no member will be allowed to attend the workshop without prior confirmation

In view of limited seats available, prior registration for this workshop is mandatory. Kindly confirm your participation latest by Friday, August 21, 2015 (by 12:00 noon) at or call 021-36826991-94/36347611-14 Ext. 8554/8556, as this will facilitate us in organising the workshop effectively.