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Developing Statistical Thinking Strategies

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A Continuing Professional Education Programme for Primary Mathematics Teachers and Teacher Educators. Register for the programme by April 9, 2018. Complete the registration form https://www.aku.edu/iedpk/Documents/registration-form-CPE-2017.pdf and submit it to the Professional Development Centre, Karachi. For details visit https://www.aku.edu/events/pages/event-detail.aspx?EventID=773&Title=Developing%20Statistical%20Thinking%20Strategies%20to%20Teach%20Data%20Handling or contact PDCK at Phone: +92 21 3634 7611-4, 3682 6991-4 | Ext #: 8523/8511, E-mail: ied.pdck@aku.edu

Programme Highlights
The course will provide you with an opportunity to:
* explore the potential of real data for teaching statistics using digital tools for developing statistical thinking;
* conduct statistical inquiry; and
* design real life tasks to build children’s understanding of data handling.

Course Fee
Rs. 2500/- per participant

Deadline for Registrations
April 9, 2018
*Registration will be made on first come first serve basis and subject to availability of seats.

Apply Now!

Fill the registration form https://www.aku.edu/iedpk/Documents/registration-form-CPE-2017.pdf and submit it to the Professional Development Centre, Karachi.

Programme Facilitators
Dr Munira Amirali is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at the Aga Khan University’s Institute for Educational Development. She did her PhD in Education from AKU-IED. Her doctoral research explored teachers’ beliefs about the nature of mathematics, mathematics teaching and learning. She has taught mathematics teacher education courses and research at both graduate and post graduate levels. Dr Munira has a rich experience of working with schools particularly with mathematics teachers teaching at ECD, primary and secondary level.

Dr Nusrat Fatima Rizvi holds a DPhil in Mathematics Education from University of Oxford, a Master of Education and Master of Arts (by research) from Flinders University of South Australia. She teaches Mathematics Education and Education Processes courses at the graduate level. Her research interests include exploring effective models of teaching and learning, curriculum development, pedagogical content knowledge and their influence on students' learning.