Continue your professional development with our extended online training course on Teaching Mathematics Effectively for primary teachers. This 4-module course will take you through a step-by-step approach to interactive techniques for face-to-face and online teaching. It will introduce you to fun and engaging ways to help develop your students' conceptual ability and problem-solving skills in Mathematics. Register now, as spaces are limited.
The online classes will start from 15 June 2021 and will be held twice a week, between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Group discounts are available!
Primary Mathematics teachers
One month – two sessions each week for four weeks
The sessions will start from 15 June and will be conducted between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The course ends on 8 July.
PKR 5000 per teacher for the whole course
Yes, we offer a discount for multiple registrations from schools
PKR 4000 for two teachers
PKR 3500 for three or more teachers
Simplified techniques to help your student understand Maths Concepts
Interactive activities and online tools to make Mathematics engaging and fun
Certificate of completion
Handout for each module
Making Maths Meaningful
Divergent views in Mathematics
Factors affecting conceptual understanding in Maths
Strands in the Maths Curriculum
Teaching Maths through Storytelling
Sharing resources(songs, books and videos)
Storytelling as an effective strategy
Demonstration of how storytelling works in a Maths lesson
Stories as Maths concepts
Strategies and Activities
Why use games?
Research on using games to teach maths
Creating and sharing games
Examples of game boards
Art Integration in Maths
Elements of art
Integrating art with Maths
Your tutor for this course, Seema Khalid, has more than 10 years of experience in education where she has served as a school principal, director of studies and now works as a regional teacher training coordinator at Oxford University Press, Pakistan. Seema specializes in developing fun hands-on activities for Maths and Science education and has inspired many a school leader to adopt updated strategies for student engagement and motivation. When she isn’t busy training teachers, Seema enjoys cooking, gardening and making strawberry jam.
Our leading expert in Mathematics curriculum design and editing, Shazia Asad is working with Oxford University Press as the Editorial Manager for Mathematics. She has twelve years of experience in teacher training and has worked towards changing the Mathematics landscape in Pakistan through her work on popular textbooks such as New Syllabus Mathematics and New Countdown, published by Oxford University Press, Pakistan. Q&A with Shazia will give teachers a chance to address challenges faced in Maths teaching and get hands-on help in an interactive and engaging session with Shazia.
Stephen Ryan is currently working as Director of schools and colleges at Ziauddin University and has previously worked as a Publishing Director at Oxford University Press, Pakistan. He is an educationist with extensive experience of working in schools, colleges and universities in a range of countries worldwide, including 17 years’ work with schools and universities in Pakistan. He is an experienced trainer and facilitator of teachers’ learning along with broad teaching experience ranging from early years and special education through to MPhil university courses. Stephen brings a wealth of practical experience and understanding to his work and is a strong advocate of teachers’ professionalism and empowerment.
Mehreen is a certified primary school teacher at a primary school in British Columbia. With an M.Ed degree from British Columbia, IB certification and over 10 years of experience in education leadership roles, Mehreen has worked in three countries – Pakistan, Tanzania and Canada. While in Pakistan, she was associated with the Karachi Grammar School, The Beaconhouse School System and Aga Khan Education. Mehreen specializes in curriculum trends in early numeracy and her research interests lie in experiential learning.
Currently working as an Education Consultant at Oxford University Press, Pakistan, Ayesha has 24 years of experience in education. During her career, she has helped numerous schools with curriculum development and teacher training. Lately, she has been working on enhancing her skills with certification in online teaching tools. Ayesha specializes in activity-based classrooms and will engage the teachers in interactive activities and strategies to use storytelling in Mathematics teaching.
Zeenar Salim is an experienced higher education educator. She is skilled in Teaching Mathematics, Instructional Design, and Educational Research and has been recognized as an emerging Academic Leader and Ph.D. Fulbright Scholar at Syracuse University, specializing in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation. Her recent research explores how award-winning teaching faculty make their course design decisions. Zeenar has taught Mathematics Curriculum Design at a teachers’ college in Pakistan.
Raheel Essa is an Electrical and Electronic Engineer with honors from the University of Liverpool UK. He is passionate about science, math, ecology and technology. He has broad experience developing courses and teaching math, science & STEM at Robotics labs, Pakistan Space Science Education Center, Haque Academy & City School. He has been a teacher trainer for Oxford University Press and has also developed several books for The City School.
Terms and Conditions
The course material remains OUPP's property to be used as deemed fit. Participants will receive handouts for reference.
The registration fee, once paid, is non-refundable regardless of attendance by the participant. Cancellations will not be accommodated.
Discount offered to schools for multiple registrations is at the discretion of OUPP management.
Oxford University Press Pakistan reserves the right to modify presenters and course content.