INSET-2019 Primary-O Level

“The great teachers believe in the growth of the intellect and talent, and they are fascinated with the process of learning” – Carol S. Dweck

To start Session 2019-20 with a renewed pledge towards academic excellence and a rejuvenation of teaching spirit, the Management of Dawood Public School organized a two-days INSET (In-house training program for teachers).

Workshops were conducted in two sessions during working hours in the days leading up to formal school opening. A first session from 8:30 am to 11:15 am followed by the second session from 11:30 am to 1: 00 pm.

Each session focused on adapting techniques and was carefully developed to enhance effective learning strategies, based on the vision and pedagogical practices of renowned philosophers and scholars in the field of education. The first half of the day was to ingrain and revive a broad understanding of concepts and ideologies of education. During the second half, five workshops at five different venues were held simultaneously; some of them targeted to deal with the cognitive and emotional needs of the students, whereas others focused on time management, teaching techniques, and collaborative learning tools.

INSET-2019 was organized with a primary focus on providing the DPS teaching faculty an opportunity to learn new and innovative methods for 21st-century classrooms that would enable them to instruct and motivate students in the best possible manner for the best possible outcome.


Two-Days Training Program  (July 31 & August 1, 2019)



and Facilitators

Ms Sharmeen Hussain

[Head of Research and Development]

Institution Vision
Ms Safia Adnan Ms Uzma Younus Ms Sabiha Bukhari
Rhizomatic learning How to Learn
Ms Mahlaka Saeed

Ms Zainab Tahir

Ms Habiba Nasir

Ms Noorulmah Bari

Ms Haneen Qureishi

Ms Fizza Rehman

Maslow Before Bloom] Understanding Emotional,

Social and Behavioral Needs

Six Thinking Hats]
Mr Rohail Ahmed

Ms Uzma Habib

Ms Hanna Lazouskaya

Ms Sarah Asad

Emotional Intelligence and Personal Excellence] NLP strategies for Fostering Resilient Learners in Trauma-Invested Classroom