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• Teach English writing and speaking skills to undergraduate and graduate students • Design and assess English language section of entrance tests Coordinator, Foreign Languages Program (Apr 2016 – present) Interim Director, Ardeshir Cowasjee Centre for Writing (Sep 2014 – Dec 2014) Course Coordinator, English Grammar and Composition and Speech Communication (Sep 2014 – Jun 2016)
M.Ed.2012 - 2014 (2 years)
M.A.2007 - 2007 (1 month)
Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (2010)University of Cambridge ESOL
Professional certification for English Language Teachers
Teachers of English in Pakistan: Profile and recommendations
This paper answers a pertinent question: Who are the teachers of English in Pakistan? Data for this paper was generated through a survey questionnaire, which was filled out by 100 teachers of English over three years. These teachers belonged to various regions of Pakistan, which included Sindh, Baluchistan, Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral. The analyses of the data show the gaps in the form of issues and challenges of teachers’ careers as teachers of English.
Increasing undergraduate students’ understanding of plagiarism
This paper describes a teacher’s way of discouraging her students of plagiarism. The article reports on the classroom activities adopted by and the observations and reflections of the author, as well as students’ feedback. The lesson aimed at providing students with structured opportunities to reformulate their beliefs and practices regarding plagiarism. The findings presented are of relevance to both other TESOL practitioners as well as policy makers.
Role of positive experiences in teachers’ reflective engagements: A case study of three teachers
This small-scale exploratory study examined how positive experiences influence teachers’ reflections. Three teachers’ reflections focussing on positive experiences were qualitatively analysed to explore instances of positive emotions. The findings shed light on the role of positive emotions in positive psychology and also hold implications for methods of writing reflections in teacher education.