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College teachers unite to find ways for modern learning - The News
Islamabad : As many as 700 faculty members on Wednesday participated in the 7th Teacher’s Literature Festival (TLF) with the aim to learn different ways of teaching and delivering material effectively during classes.


The TLF was held here at here at the Federal College of Education organized Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA). The the festival was filled with excitement and eagerness to learn different ways of teaching and delivering material effectively during classes.

According to the details, the TLF started in 2014 with the Board of Directors of CLF wanting to engage teachers in the process of loving literature as well. Future teachers in training from Federal College of Education eagerly attended the workshops.

Ali Raza started the festival with theatrical Punjabi poetry. The CLF Advisor and Founder of the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF), Baela Raza Jamil expressed her enthusiasm while saying that “we hope that teachers will take what they learn today and implement it to create a more inclusive and creative learning environment for our children.”

The festival started off with a motivational warm up session by Khadijah Bakhtiar, words of appreciation and encouragement by Nargis Sultana - Country Director Open Society Foundations and short Punjabi poetry recital by Nasreen Iqbal.

“This is such a fruitful platform to train the teachers and encourage them to pass on the information, not only to students but other teachers and school management as well,” said the teachers attending from Federal College of Education.

Sessions from the day included; Art of Storytelling session by OUP, Role of teachers in the protection of children by SaminaSardar of British Council, Digital learning and STEAM sessions by Taleemabad, Oxbridge and Teletaleem how to do a CLF in your school by CLF/ITA team, critical thinking: 3 Cs by Knowledge Platform, Recycling Activities by Waste Hero.

Other resource persons from the day included; Sehrish Farooq, Fizza Abbas, Inam Elahi, Aamna Khan and Ali Raza.

Country Director Open Society Foundations; Nargis Sultana said, “TLF is a critical part of the social movement on reframing education and learning as well as creating content for meaningful education in Pakistan.”

With the ending of such lively two days of the Children’s Literature Festival, the Teacher’s Literature Festival ensured an even more inspiring closing to the festivities of learning. With that, the CLF team leaves Lahore in hope of a change in thinking and systems of education with an emphasis on literature.

Source: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/620509-college-teachers-unite-to-find-ways-for-modern-learning
Teachers introduced to innovative teaching methods - Dawn News
ISLAMABAD: The 7th Teacher’s Literature Festival (TLF) was held at the Federal College of Education by Idara-i-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) on Wednesday.

The festival provided over 700 teachers an opportunity to learn different ways of teaching and delivering material effectively during classes.

TLF was started in 2014 by the Board of Directors of Children Literature Festival (CLF) with an aim to engage teachers in the process of loving literature as well.

Future teachers from Federal College of Education attended the workshops.

CLF Adviser and Founder of the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF) Baela Raza Jamil said: “We hope that teachers will take what they learn today and implement it to create a more inclusive and creative learning environment for our children.”

The festival started off with a motivational warm up session by Khadijah Bakhtiar, words of appreciation and encouragement by Open Society Foundations Country Director Nargis Sultana and short Punjabi poetry recital by Nasreen Iqbal.

“This is such a fruitful platform to train the teachers and encourage them to pass on the information, not only to students but other teachers and school management as well,” said the teachers attending from Federal College of Education.

Sessions from the day included; Art of Storytelling session by OUP, Role of teachers in the protection of children by Samina Sardar of British Council, Digital learning and STEAM sessions by Taleemabad, Oxbridge and Teletaleem how to do a CLF in your school by CLF/ITA team, critical thinking: 3 Cs by Knowledge Platform, Recycling Activities by Waste Hero.

Other resource persons from the day included; Sehrish Farooq, Fizza Abbas, Inam Elahi, Aamna Khan and Ali Raza.

Open Society Foundations Country Director Nargis Sultana said: “TLF is a critical part of the social movement on reframing education and learning as well as creating content for meaningful education in Pakistan.”

With the ending of such lively two days, the Children’s Literature Festival ensured an even more inspiring closing to the festivities of learning.

With that, the Children’s Literature Festival team leaves for Lahore in hope of a change in thinking and systems of education with an emphasis on literature.

Published in Dawn, February 27th, 2020

Source: https://www.dawn.com/news/1536868/teachers-introduced-to-innovative-teaching-methods
Teacher’s Literature Festival encourages the learning Pakistan needs - News Update Times (NUT)
Islamabad (Muhammad Yasir) The 7th Teacher’s Literature Festival (TLF) was held at the Federal College of Education by Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA). With the attendance of over 700 teachers, the festival was filled with excitement and eagerness to learn different ways of teaching and delivering material effectively during classes. TLF started in 2014 with the Board of Directors of CLF wanting to engage teachers in the process of loving literature as well. Future teachers in training from Federal College of Education eagerly attended the workshops. Ali Raza started the festival with theatrical Punjabi poetry. Dr. Jamil Bajwa welcomed the participants to the fest. CLF Advisor and Founder of the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF), Baela Raza Jamil expressed her enthusiasm saying “We hope that teachers will take what they learn today and implement it to create a more inclusive and creative learning environment for our children.” The festival started off with a motivational warm up session by Khadijah Bakhtiar, words of appreciation and encouragement by Nargis Sultana – Country Director Open Society Foundations and short Punjabi poetry recital by Nasreen Iqbal.
“This is such a fruitful platform to train the teachers and encourage them to pass on the information, not only to students but other teachers and school management as well,” said the teachers attending from Federal College of Education. Sessions from the day included; Art of Storytelling session by OUP, Role of teachers in the protection of children by Samina Sardar of British Council, Digital learning and STEAM sessions by Taleemabad, Oxbridge and Teletaleem how to do a CLF in your school by CLF/ITA team, critical thinking: 3 Cs by Knowledge Platform, Recycling Activities by Waste Hero.
Other resource persons from the day included; Sehrish Farooq, Fizza Abbas, Inam Elahi, Aamna Khan and Ali Raza.
Country Director Open Society Foundations; Nargis Sultana said, “TLF is a critical part of the social movement on reframing education and learning as well as creating content for meaningful education in Pakistan.”
With the ending of such lively two days of the Children’s Literature Festival, the Teacher’s Literature Festival ensured an even more inspiring closing to the festivities of learning. With that, the CLF team leaves Lahore in hope of a change in thinking and systems of education with an emphasis on literature.

Source: https://newsupdatetimes.com/teachers-literature-festival-encourages-the-learning-pakistan-needs-2/
Teacher’s Literature Festival encourages the learning Pakistan needs - Spin
The 7th Teacher’s Literature Festival (TLF) was held at the Federal College of Education by Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA). With the attendance of over 700 teachers, the festival was filled with excitement and eagerness to learn different ways of teaching and delivering material effectively during classes.

Teacher’s Literature Festival started in 2014 with the Board of Directors of CLF wanting to engage teachers in the process of loving literature as well. Future teachers in training from Federal College of Education eagerly attended the workshops. Ali Raza started the festival with theatrical Punjabi poetry.

Dr. Jamil Bajwa welcomed the participants to the fest. CLF Advisor and Founder of the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF), Baela Raza Jamil expressed her enthusiasm saying “We hope that teachers will take what they learn today and implement it to create a more inclusive and creative learning environment for our children.”

The festival started off with a motivational warm up session by Khadijah Bakhtiar, words of appreciation and encouragement by Nargis Sultana – Country Director Open Society Foundations and short Punjabi poetry recital by Nasreen Iqbal.“This is such a fruitful platform to train the teachers and encourage them to pass on the information, not only to students but other teachers and school management as well,” said the teachers attending from Federal College of Education.

Sessions from the day included; Art of Storytelling session by OUP, Role of teachers in the protection of children by Samina Sardar of British Council, Digital learning and STEAM sessions by Taleemabad, Oxbridge and Teletaleem how to do a CLF in your school by CLF/ITA team, critical thinking: 3 Cs by Knowledge Platform, Recycling Activities by Waste Hero.Other resource persons from the day included; Sehrish Farooq, Fizza Abbas, Inam Elahi, Aamna Khan and Ali Raza.Country Director Open Society Foundations; Nargis Sultana said, “Teacher’s Literature Festival is a critical part of the social movement on reframing education and learning as well as creating content for meaningful education in Pakistan.”With the ending of such lively two days of the Children’s Literature Festival, the Teacher’s Literature Festival ensured an even more inspiring closing to the festivities of learning. With that, the CLF team leaves Lahore in hope of a change in thinking and systems of education with an emphasis on literature.

Source: https://www.spin.com.pk/teacher-literature-festival/
Teacher’s Literature Festival encourages the learning Pakistan needs - Informal Educational Mazgazine
The 7th Teacher’s Literature Festival (TLF) was held at the Federal College of Education by Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA). With the attendance of over 700 teachers, the festival was filled with excitement and eagerness to learn different ways of teaching and delivering material effectively during classes. TLF started in 2014 with the Board of Directors of CLF wanting to engage teachers in the process of loving literature as well. Future teachers in training from Federal College of Education eagerly attended the workshops. Ali Raza started the festival with theatrical Punjabi poetry. Dr. Jamil Bajwa welcomed the participants to the fest. CLF Advisor and Founder of the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF), Baela Raza Jamil expressed her enthusiasm saying “We hope that teachers will take what they learn today and implement it to create a more inclusive and creative learning environment for our children.” The festival started off with a motivational warm up session by Khadijah Bakhtiar, words of appreciation and encouragement by Nargis Sultana – Country Director Open Society Foundations and short Punjabi poetry recital by Nasreen Iqbal.

“This is such a fruitful platform to train the teachers and encourage them to pass on the information, not only to students but other teachers and school management as well,” said the teachers attending from Federal College of Education. Sessions from the day included; Art of Storytelling session by OUP, Role of teachers in the protection of children by Samina Sardar of British Council, Digital learning and STEAM sessions by Taleemabad, Oxbridge and Teletaleem how to do a CLF in your school by CLF/ITA team, critical thinking: 3 Cs by Knowledge Platform, Recycling Activities by Waste Hero.

Source: https://www.informal.pk/2020/02/26/teachers-literature-festival-encourages-the-learning-pakistan-needs/
Teachers Literature Festival Experts urge teachers to organize children literature festivals at schools - Pakistan Observer
Teachers all across Pakistan attended the Teachers Literature Festival on the second and the last day of the Children Literature Festival (CLF) and shared challenges they faced like communication gap, absence of proper learning facilities and people’s, especially villagers’ lack of interest in their children’s learning.
Experts, academia and members of civil society urged the teachers to motivate children to learn and this they can do by organizing children literature festivals (CLF) at schools.
While addressing 7th Teacher’s Literature Festival (TLF) held at the Federal College of Education here on Wednesday, the Adviser and Founder of the CLF Baela Raza Jamil noted that addressing a large gathering of teachers from across the country was important as teachers were the builders and makers of the nation and through them we can turn our youth into productive members of society.
We hope that teachers will take what they learn from this interaction and implement it to create a more inclusive and creative learning environment for our children, she said.
Some 700 teachers took part in various activities and interactive sessions highlighting challenges they were facing in remote areas of Pakistan and experts helped them overcome those problems and urged them to be more communicative and friendly with their students.
TLF started in 2014 with the Board of Directors of CLF wanting to engage teachers in the process of loving literature as well. Future teachers in training from Federal College of Education eagerly attended the workshops.
Ali Raza started the festival with theatrical Punjabi poetry. The CLF Advisor and Founder of the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF), BaelaRaza Jamil expressed her enthusiasm while saying that “we hope that teachers will take what they learn today and implement it to create a more inclusive and creative learning environment for our children.”
Other resource persons from the day included; Sehrish Farooq, Fizza Abbas, InamElahi, Aamna Khan and Ali Raza.
The festival started off with a motivational warm up session by Khadijah Bakhtiar, words of appreciation and encouragement by Nargis Sultana – Country Director Open Society Foundations and short Punjabi poetry recital by Nasreen Iqbal.
“This is such a fruitful platform to train the teachers and encourage them to pass on the information, not only to students but other teachers and school management as well,” said the teachers attending from Federal College of Education.
Not only teachers but general visitors, students and media also attended various sessions including Art of Storytelling session by Oxford University Press (OUP), Role of teachers in the protection of children by Samina Sardar of British Council, Digital learning and STEAM sessions by Taleemabad, Oxbridge and Teletaleem how to do a CLF in your school by CLF/ITA team, critical thinking: 3 Cs by Knowledge Platform, Recycling Activities by Waste Hero.
Country Director Open Society Foundations Nargis Sultana on the occasion said TLF was a critical part of the social movement on re-framing education and learning as well as creating content for meaningful education in Pakistan.

Source: https://pakobserver.net/teachers-literature-festival-experts-urge-teachers-to-organize-children-literature-festivals-at-schools/

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