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 the Federal College of Education organised by Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA).

The festival was filled with excitement and eagerness to learn different ways of teaching and delivering material effectively during classes.

Ali Raza started the festival with theatrical Punjabi poetry. 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 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, and Recycling Activities by Waste Hero.

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