Workshops for professional development of teachers concluded

Education Reporter

PESHAWAR: Two different training workshops for the professional development and skills enhancement of the government school teachers successfully concluded here the other day. Skills related to the inculcating positive attitudes and behaviors in students, developing children’s skills, and preparing them for the future challenges were taught to 48 teachers of district Peshawar, Charsadda, and Nowshera.

The workshop was jointly organized by Idar-e-Taleem Agahi, Participatory Rural Development Society, and Voluntary Services Overseas in collaboration with Elementary & Secondary Education Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

District Education Officer (DEO) Peshawar Sajjad Akhtar, Deputy DEO Dr Raina Gul, MYRP provincial head Tariq Hayat Yousafzai, Early Childhood Specialist Sameena Baig, Idar-e-Taleem Agahi representative Muhammad Shakeel Ahmad, and officers of the E&SE Department were also present at the closing ceremony.

Addressing the workshop, the speakers said, “What your children learn in the first five years of their life will have the biggest impact on their overall development. Primary schools offer a child the opportunity to acquire basic skills and knowledge to succeed in life, therefore, it is important to improve the teaching techniques and methods of education at primary level.”

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