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Theses/Dissertations from 2002

Use of “observation skills” as a teaching/learning strategy in primary science classroom, Nazia Khanam

Mentoring primary school mathematics teachers in the classrooms, Haji Karim Khan

Developing students' writing skills through feedback, Hazar Mohammad Khan

Teachers' and management understanding and practices of teamwork in school, Mohammad Khan

Head teachers' perception about the Advanced Diploma in School Management (ADISM), Shah Azam Khan

Primary teachers' understanding of biodiversity, Sultan Ali Khan

The nature of involvement of ADISM graduate as head teachers in providing professional support to the teachers, Zubaida Khanum

Facilitating social studies teachers to develop intellectual resources to teach for critical thinking, Mukobe Bugonzi Margaret

Community mobilization on benefits of primary education and its impact on students' academic performance stakeholders perspective, Mussa Juma Mzee

Exploring teachers' views and experiences of English grammar teaching in private secondary schools in Karachi, Jypargul Osmonbaeva

Current practices of teachers' performance appraisal: A case study of a community-based school, Firdous Jahan Qadri

School improvement program: A case study, Nadeemuddin Qureshi

Use of portfolio as a tool for assessing on-going development of students writing skills, Marzia Rashidi

Implementing a problem solving strategy in teaching mathematics in lower secondary classes in a private school, Musoke Samuel

Teacher educators perceptions of the existing instructional strategies in pre-service teacher education, Naghmana Sardar

The role of PDTs in novice teachers' professional development, Khorazmisho Shabolov

Inquiry - based science teaching: An action research study, Sadia Siraj

The role of school headteacher in empowering teachers: A case study, Naomi V. Swai

The role of discussions in the students' learning of mathematics, Muhammad Yusuf

Theses/Dissertations from 2000

A study of head teacher's role in managing financial resources, Kishwar Abdulalishoev

Influence of the secondary science professional development program on teachers’ beliefs, Sajjad Ahmed

Enabling a mathematics teacher to teach for conceptual understanding, Munira Amir Ali

How can teachers' questioning techniques enhance students' mathematical understanding in a classroom, Nasim Ara

Teaching of listening skills in primary classes in Pakistan, Abduljon Azizulloev

Enriching the teaching of grammar in a government primary school context, Fazal-ur-Rehman

Pathways to teachers' professional development, Tukahirwa Fred

Reading difficulties in children, Meenaz Shams Hashwani

The impact of cooperative learning on two visiting teachers: A case study, Manzoor Hussain

A study of a school's professional development activities with particular reference to the role of the principal in ensuring effective professional development, Amir Ishmatov

Relating the teaching of mathematics to pupils' daily life experiences, Abdul Jahan

How can a teacher learn to teach science more effectively with the help of the revised textbook?, Ismat Jehan

What are the policies and practices of maintaining discipline in a private secondary school in Karachi, Pakistan, Ismail Khan

A study on reflective teaching of mathematics in the Pakistani context, Julis Raphael Kingu

Promoting student-student interaction in large ESL primary government school classes of Pakistan, Sajida Mehdi

The enhancement of primary students’ participation in science through teacher’s questioning, Mehrunnisa

A study of how English is taught in government schools in Karachi, Rashida Yousuf Memon

Exploring a teacher's ways of dealing with children with disruptive behavior in a primary school, Anisa Wali Muhammad

Techniques for developing process writing skills in English as Second Language (ESL) classrooms, Khusfuner Murtaza

Developing reading skills of primary children in government school, Salma Naheed

A study of dynamics of stakeholders' participation in school management, Wachira Nicholas

The withdrawn children and their classroom participation: An exploratory case study, Ruth Ombonya Otienoh

Teaching and learning primary school science through the medium of English in Pakistan, Karim Panah

Promoting moral values in the social studies classroom, Mohammad Rahim

What makes a community-based school good in terms of practices involvement and participation?, Adina Shah

Impact of the Advanced Diploma in English Language Teaching (ADELT) program on two government school teachers' classroom practices, Saima Zareen

Organizing group work in primary science classrooms, Erum Zehra

Theses/Dissertations from 1999

Meeting the needs of students with learning difficulties: A case study, Evelyn Awino Abungu

Improving the education of children with special needs, Brenda Isabel Coelho

Implementation of an integrated curriculum, Maria Josephine David

Exploring the transition from M.Ed. graduate to Professional Development Teacher, Hakim Elnazar

Creating a collaborative school development plan, Muhammad Nadim Farooqi

The impact of subject specialist teacher program on teachers' classroom practices, Nighat Fatima

Study of the elementary mathematics curriculum of class 7 as implemented, Ashfaq Hussain

The effect of teacher performance appraisal on teachers' beliefs, practices and attitudes, Bahadur Al iKhan

Constructivism in learning mathematics: Students' and teacher's difficulties, Jamaludin

A constructivist approach to the teaching and learning of science, Amina Karim Kanjee

The impact of IED's certificate in education management programme on two educational officers, Farasat Mumtaz Khan

Study of the perception of government school head teachers about the role of Professional Development Teachers, Nadeem Asghar Kirmani

Exploring changes in teachers thinking during a mathematics VT program, Safina Lakha

A study of the impact of the mentoring process on primary teachers professional development in District Lasbella, Balochistan, Firdous Ali Sadruddin H. Lalwani

The use of students' prior knowledge in science teaching, Abdul Hameed Lone

Study of head teachers' management practices: A comparative perspective, Kunduz Maksutova

The impact of social studies visiting teacher programme on teachers' perceptions and classroom practices, Parveen Mehboob Ali Mankeia

Teaching mathematics for relational understanding, Raheela Mir

Teachers' alternate conceptions about the concept of physical changes in terms of particulate nature of matter, Ghazala Mursaleen

Students’ questioning in a primary science classroom, Sadia Muzaffar

The relationship between classroom environment and students’ speaking skills in a foreign language at the elementary level, Sodatova Davlatbegim Ogoevna

Issues in process assessment in science teaching, Moses Orwe Onyango

Health action schools in Pakistan a case study, Abdul Qasim

Development of reflective practice through in-service teacher education program: A case study of a participant, Jahanara Qureshi

Reflective dialogue for teacher development, Jane Rarieya

The impact of the Institution for Educational Development's visiting teacher programme on teachers of English, Janat M Shah

Possibilities and challenges in trying to help science teachers change their alternative conceptions and problem areas of inter-conversion of energy, Zulfiqar Ali Shah

The key stakeholders' perceptions of punishment and their effects on classroom culture, Richard Shoo

Impact of visiting teacher (VT) secondary school mathematics program on teachers' classroom practices, Zafar Yasin

Theses/Dissertations from 1998

The role of concrete materials in developing children's understanding of the properties of quadrilaterals, Anees Ahmed

Use of inquiry in science classroom teaching in Pakistani middle schools, Takbir Ali

Teachers' beliefs of intelligence and their implications for classroom practice: A case study, Azmina Amirali

Development of students' speaking skills in the primary English classroom, Gulgunchamo Naimova Amirbekovna

Teacher's role in developing students' oral proficiency in English as Foreign Language (EFL) class, Dilshad Ashraf

A study of the role perception of Professional Development Teachers (PDT), Sabz Ali Haji Baig

Alternative conceptions and their origins of science teachers about current electricity, Yasmeen Bano

Exploring the relationship between teachers' beliefs and error correction in ESL classroom, Safida Begum

Possibilities and problems in using cooperative learning in the social studies classroom, Sultan Mahmud Bhuiyan

A study of the access for girl students to science group at the secondary level, Imdad Shafi Bikak

Towards conducting effective clinical conferences in a diploma nursing programme in Pakistan, Ann Castellino

Introducing cooperative learning in social studies classrooms in the government school, Habib Hussain Durrani

Promoting oral communication in a Pakistani EFL primary classroom, Abdul Ghafoor

Creating an enabling enviornment for student talk in ESL primary classrooms, Atiya Zahra Hussain

Error correction in ESL writing class at secondary school level, Tehseen Jehan

Teachers' re-conceptualization of social studies as education for active citizenship, Rubina Sadruddin Jiwani

How can action research help teachers to develop students' creative writing skills, Sohibnazar Kadamsaidov

Parental involvement in children's academic learning at home, Hurmat Khan

Wealth from waste: Problems and possibilities of developing and using low cost/no cost teaching materials in primary science classroom, Jalal Wali Khan

Introducing patterns in teaching mathematics in government schools, Sardar Ahmed Khan

Promoting Activity-Based Learning (ABL) in Lower Secondary Science Classes (LSSC) in government schools, Anila Kiani

Initiating and implementing school reform in a developing country context: Possibilities and persisting questions, Joshua S. Lwanga

What have the teachers learned? The impact of social studies VT program on selected government school teachers, Nighat Ghulam Mohammad

The use of discrepant events as an alternative science teaching strategy in lower secondary classrooms, Shakoor Muhammad

The use of discrepant events as an alternative science teaching strategy in lower secondary classrooms, Shakoor Muhammad