A two-week long faculty development workshop on “Total Teacher Effectiveness Through Professionalism” (TTEP) organised by National University of Modern Languages (NUML)’s Education Department concluded on Tuesday.
30 faculty members from different departments attended and Dr Sufiana Khatoon Malik was the coordinator.
The workshop included interactive sessions, reflective practice sessions, group discussions, problem solving situations, brain storming and classroom situations to create awareness among professional teachers about professionalism, competence, professional attitudes, ethical behaviour and respect for students’ diverse backgrounds and abilities.
NUML Rector Major General (R) Masood Hasan said at the concluding ceremony that such workshops helped one stay updated with latest teaching methodologies.
He said that it also provided an opportunity to teachers to learn from those with more experience.
“Now, it is your responsibility to share this knowledge with other faculty members and apply it in your classrooms, he added.
TTEP Coordinator Dr Sufiana Khatoon Malik informed that the teaching profession is ever-evolving, adding that fresh developments had increased the teacher’s responsibility and role.
The concluding session was also attended by Director General Brigadier Azam Jamal, Registrar Brigadier (R) Saeed Akhtar Malik, Education Department Head Dr Brigadier (R) Allah Bakhsh Malik, resource persons, participants and other university officials.
The rector distributed certificates amongst participants and resource persons.