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Project Based Learning Training at Badri High School

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Project Based Learning Training at Badri High School

Teaching is a profession that creates all the other professions in the world. It bears the responsibility of producing useful and propitious citizens for the society. For the attainment of the mentioned goal, teachers gear themselves up by refining content and skills professionally. They enroll themselves in various trainings and workshops, so that they nurture the future of the nation in a desirable way.

In this century of change, Badri High School has been playing a pacesetting role in numerous fields. It has outstretched its horizons of innovations from Robotics and Mind Math to Teacher Training. Recently, three Project Based Learning Teachers were invited by PELICS, an institute in Mardan, Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa, where the struggle of BHS was greatly celebrated by media coverage.

In addition to this, Badri High School arranged a training workshop of 12 hours, divided in four consecutive days. The Project Based Learning training commenced on the 9th of July and concluded on the 12th of July` 2018. Eleven teachers from reputable schools and Institutions, such as The Academy, Al Jamea tus Saifiyah, Bahria Foundation, enrolled themselves in the training program.

The core objectives of the training were to make the teachers aware about the differences between Projects and Project Based Learning. The activities were devised in such a way that lesson planning, which is an integral part of any pedagogy, was taught and practiced thoroughly. The trainer, Ms Zenab Mohammad, who also leads the Project Based Learning Department, at BHS, also shared the concept of Design thinking and its effectiveness in the academic context.

The participants seemed very intent on implementing the pedagogy. Mulla Huzefa Bhai, a teacher from Al Jamea tus Saifiyah, mentioned that it was a remarkable experience. He also added that it would be more satisfying once he succeeds in implementing whatever he discovered. Another change maker from Al Jamea tus Saifiyah, Sh. Abizer Bhai, described the training as a beneficial interaction within the teaching community. He mentioned that trainings like this help one in development of self as a teacher and building confidence. One more participant, Amna Shabbir, an early years` teacher at The Academy expressed her desire to implement this out of the box training as soon as possible.

Throughout the training, the participants were engaged in numerous healthy discussions, the results of which will soon be witnessed by their schools or institutes Inshallah, because learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.

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