1. Title: Using Story Writing for Integrated Learning
Facilitator: Ms. Fozia Ehsaan Farooqui

Fozia Ahsan Farooqui has a Master’s degree from Karachi University and a certificate in ‘Education’ from Ilkley Community College, Bradford, UK. She has been associated with teaching for over 2 decades. Fozia is an author of more than 40 books. Her Urdu ka Guldasta Series, Urdu Reader, Urdu Khushkhati silsila and Phonic based Urdu quaday are being taught all over Pakistan and outside Pakistan as well. She has held a number of interesting and interactive workshops and webinars at both international and domestic levels. She has also developed teaching guides along with other helpful teaching resource materials to assist urdu teachers. She reaches out to educators and imparts modern and effective teaching methodologies that add value to Urdu Language teaching.

2. Title: Teaching and Assessing Creative Writing
Facilitator: Dr. Kathryn Richardson

Kathryn Richardson is Professor of Language Education, Head of the Language Centre Department, and Head of the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film (SLLF), one of the eight schools in the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences at Queen Mary University of London. As a specialist in education, Kathryn serves on a number of Queen Mary committees which aim to improve student engagement, student experience and student success and exerts influence on the education policies and strategies across the University.

3. Low-cost and No-cost Material
Facilitator: Mr. Ali Usman

Ali Usman is an educationist. He has been working in the field of Education for last 16 years. He has started his career from classroom teaching. He has rich experience of developing teaching resource material. He commenced his career with the Aga Khan Education Service Pakistan (AKES,P) as “Program Associate Arts and Aesthetics.” Moreover, he has also worked with “Swedish Committee for Afghanistan” as a Consultant for the development of Teaching Resource Kit for Afghanistan schools. Beside this he has conducted several workshops on resource development with TRC, AMMAN foundation, AFAQ and Happy home school. Currently, he has been working in Sindh Education Foundation (SEF) as Deputy Director Training and development. In connection with the above two core intervention areas he has developed and conducted several training programs.” ACT” art of classroom teaching is one of the successful examples of a program developed specifically for the improvement of the quality of classroom teaching.