ALFAAZZ Pakistan’s honours teachers in annual day celebration

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ALFAAZZ Hybrid Learning Platform, Pakistan’s first digital school, celebrates its first Annual Day by honoring its teachers. ALFAAZZ arranged a fun-filled bash to celebrate the completion of its first year, marking it as a milestone in the hybrid learning ecosystem in Pakistan.

ALFAAZZ focuses on online interactive teaching along with real life activities. It offers a unique learning model that amalgamates the need for physical and social interaction between learners with the learning realities of the New Normal. In arranging its Annual meet up, ALFAAZZ thus fulfilled its role in providing online teachers an opportunity for real-world mingling,

On Friday the 14th of October, ALFAAZZ Hybrid Learning Platform organized a celebratory event to mark its first year since inception and to laud the efforts of teachers who work on the platform. The Annual Celebration and Teachers’ Day event was held at the NEP NIC at the IT Tower of Sindh Madressatul Islam University, Karachi.

The event started with the recitation of Al Quran al Kareem, followed by the screening of a short video that showcased the journey of the platform, from the day it was envisioned by its founder, to the various activities related to K-12 online teaching, women’s personal and professional development as well as presenting ALFAAZZ at various platforms.

The highlight of the event was a team-building session conducted by Rashida Zohair, English Language Communication facilitator at ALFAAZZ. The session included activities on non-verbal communication, team spirit and multitasking.

At the end of the event, the founder and CEO Farhat Dairkee paid her tributes to the teachers and management of the platform, appreciating their versatility, sense of duty and their enthusiasm for education. She also thanked Umair Ahmed Khan, Incubation Manager at NEP NIC for his constant support to the platform.

ALFAAZZ has reached the subscription target of 200 courses within a year of going online with students from USA, Canada, UAE, KSA China Yemen and India.

 

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