The Pakistani Educational Leadership Project (PELP) has been funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of Citizen Exchanges, since an inaugural one month institute at Plymouth State University in 2004. Shaped by Pakistan’s reform initiatives, it provides Pakistani educators with the opportunity to explore U.S. innovations in educational [...]
19 Female educators arrived on June 9th. Click here to view the PELP 2013 schedule
In early March five educators from Plymouth State traveled to Islamabad to meet with the Alumni from the 2012 Institute.
The FY11-12 mid-MAP meeting were held in October in Pakistan. This meeting brought together the delegates from the Summer 2012 institute. During the two day session they discussed their indiviual progress, needs, challenges, and successes. Representatives from Hunerkada, our partner in Pakistan, coordinated the meeting content and all travel logistics. Members of the PSU PELP team participated via Skype.
During the month of July, the project welcomed the ninth delegation of Pakistani educators to the summer institute at Plymouth State. The incoming delegation consisted of 19 dedicated teachers from the remote, rural areas of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Sindh: from the high peaks of the Hindu Kush to the [...]
Contributed by Sadia Shaukat A competition of story writing was conducted on May, 2010 among B.Ed students under the supervision of Miss Sadia Shaukat (PELI, 2008) at Township Campus, University of Education, Lahore. 45 students participated in this competition and designed thought provoking stories on Environmental issues. These stories were implemented on school students during [...]