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Taaleem Foundation:
(Towards Access and Quality Together)
By: Dr Zafar Qadir, Chairman Taaleem Foundation
In This
Presentation
 The Foundation
 e-Learning
 e-Schools
THE
FOUNDATION
Photo Caption: TFGS Killa Saifullah
The Foundation
Taaleem Foundation, a not for profit organization, was
born in 1989, in remote district of Kohlu under the
...
The Chairman of Taaleem Foundation has a wide experience of
project management, public administration, revenue administrat...
The Foundation
initiated social change through schooling.
Tested its model in the districts infamous for
political unrest,...
The Foundation
Balochistan
KILLA SAIFULLAH
LORALAI
SUI
ZHOB
MASTUNG
MUSLIM BAGH
PISHIN
KOHLU
Since 1989, it has spread to ...
The Foundation
Photo Caption: Primary students from TF Pishin
The model achieves effectiveness through the following three...
The Foundation
GOVERNANCE
ChairmanSchool Syndicate
Led by the respective
Deputy Commissioner,
members from the
education d...
The Foundation
Providing English medium, quality schooling in co-education
format to ensure optimal use of energy and reso...
The Foundation
Taaleem Foundation has been able to
develop and successfully roll out it’s e-
Learning platform through tec...
e-Learning:
Future belongs here
Photo Caption: Classroom at TF Killa Saifullah
e-Learning: The Perspective
Technology is
game changer:
it’s time to
assemble
education
through
interactive e-
Learning mo...
The Global Perspective
RELEVANCE TO
DEVELOPMENT
Photo Caption: Student at TF Mastung
Will ‘ensure inclusive education and
...
e-Learning: Field Applications
USERS
Government, public sector schools, private schools etc.
Development partners
Students...
WAY FORWARD
“If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our
children of tomorrow.”
- John Dewey
THINKING
FUTURISTICA...
In order to
bridge
gaps
between
Haves Haves Not
Teachers hesitant
to relocate
Students living in
remote areas
Quality Outr...
e-School
What connects them:
Bare minimum hardware
Internet connectivity
What helps to achieve
results:
The quality of con...
Photo Caption:
Website Shot of tec.edu.pk
e-School
Back End Teams
Content
Development
Resource
Management
Digitalization
Web
Management
e-School
Content at a Glance
• Creation and Scheduling of any number of Classes
• Reports on participants' details
• Text chat with the Instructor or o...
e-School
Learning Management System
Photo Caption: e-Class at TF Sui
Learning Management System has five components:
Conte...
e-School
Virtual Tour of LMS
e-School
From Studio to Classroom
ONLINE
CLASSES
Tec is providing e-Classes facility to TF
Schools in Balochistan from Kar...
e-School
Putting Lessons
Across
Clarifications and Feedback
Students Queries
Class Quiz /Assignments
Interactive mode of l...
e-School
ONLINE
ASSESSMENT
COMPUTER BASED TESTING SYSTEM
e-School
Computer Based Testing System
Robust Database / Question Bank
No Question from the book
Randomized Question Paper...
e-School
ERP MODULES
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
PERFORMANCE
MEASUREMENT
HR &
PAYROLLS
INVENTORY
AND
SU...
Role of Technology
PUTTING
TOGETHER
e-School Product
APP DEVELOPMENT
FOR HAND HELD
‘LEARNING
DEVICES’
e-CLASSES
(LIVE SESS...
Role of Technology
CONVERGENCE
Evolution of
technology and
constant
development
Stakeholder
Engagement
Ensuring access of ...
WAY FORWARD
ADD ONS
e-Skillse-Health e-Club
e-Kioskse-Commerce e-Jobs
Singular Investment in e-Schools helps deliver all t...
FUTURISTICS
THE IMPACT
SDG 1 –
NO POVERTY
SDG 4 –
QUALITY
EDUCATION
SDG 5 –
GENDER
EQUALITY
SDG 10 –
Reduced
Inequalities
...
RECOGNITION
TECHNOLOGY
PARTNERS
e-School
Tec
(Singapore)
EduCast
(UK)
Bilytica
(Australia)
Working together works!
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  1. 1. Taaleem Foundation: (Towards Access and Quality Together) By: Dr Zafar Qadir, Chairman Taaleem Foundation
  2. 2. In This Presentation  The Foundation  e-Learning  e-Schools
  3. 3. THE FOUNDATION Photo Caption: TFGS Killa Saifullah
  4. 4. The Foundation Taaleem Foundation, a not for profit organization, was born in 1989, in remote district of Kohlu under the dynamic leadership of a young civil services officer – Dr. Zafar Qadir – the then Deputy Commissioner at Kohlu HISTORY Photo Caption: Natural Dam in Kohlu.
  5. 5. The Chairman of Taaleem Foundation has a wide experience of project management, public administration, revenue administration and community development. He has been directly responsible for development administration during his field deployment in the district administration. Has been pro-actively involved in philanthropic, pro- poor and humanitarian interventions in Balochistan; whereby he successfully launched and nourished Taaleem Foundation. He led a team of inspired individuals who made the organization the single most significant social change agent in the tribal Balochistan; and an NGO with largest number of female employees in Pakistan. Dr. Zafar Iqbal Qadir LEADERSHIP
  6. 6. The Foundation initiated social change through schooling. Tested its model in the districts infamous for political unrest, tribal rivalries, illetracy, poverty, crime and lack of development Photo Caption: Between Loralai and Kohlu.
  7. 7. The Foundation Balochistan KILLA SAIFULLAH LORALAI SUI ZHOB MASTUNG MUSLIM BAGH PISHIN KOHLU Since 1989, it has spread to 7 districts, benefiting 4,000 students every year on an average. GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE
  8. 8. The Foundation Photo Caption: Primary students from TF Pishin The model achieves effectiveness through the following three principles: Sustainability Through PPP and community ownership Quality Schooling, Co-education and all- female teaching faculty Use of technology, to improve access and quality together PRINCIPLES OF SUCCESS
  9. 9. The Foundation GOVERNANCE ChairmanSchool Syndicate Led by the respective Deputy Commissioner, members from the education department, School Principal /VP and 2-3 reps of Parents Committee to look after the overall development of the school at local level. Works Closely with: PPP MODEL Board of Directors TF Head Office Respective School Management
  10. 10. The Foundation Providing English medium, quality schooling in co-education format to ensure optimal use of energy and resources. Focus on implementing innovative and emerging teaching methodologies, modern curriculum and lessons on Quran. IMPORTANCE ON INNOVATION Photo Caption: Morning Assembly at TFGS Loralai. Primary Focus
  11. 11. The Foundation Taaleem Foundation has been able to develop and successfully roll out it’s e- Learning platform through technology based R&D, initiated in 2013 Photo Caption: Between Loralai and Zhob. IMPORTANCE ON INNOVATION Innovative R&D
  12. 12. e-Learning: Future belongs here Photo Caption: Classroom at TF Killa Saifullah
  13. 13. e-Learning: The Perspective Technology is game changer: it’s time to assemble education through interactive e- Learning mode Photo Caption: Child in Killa Saifullah THE INNOVATIVE MODEL What is e-Learning?
  14. 14. The Global Perspective RELEVANCE TO DEVELOPMENT Photo Caption: Student at TF Mastung Will ‘ensure inclusive education and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all’ (SDG4) By reducing access problems Incorporation of e-skills in the model Reduction in Gender disparity Method of training teachers nationally and internationally Equal Access
  15. 15. e-Learning: Field Applications USERS Government, public sector schools, private schools etc. Development partners Students, especially those living in remote areas Parents who prefer homeschooling or do not have another choice Teachers: in order to improve their teaching methodologies
  16. 16. WAY FORWARD “If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” - John Dewey THINKING FUTURISTICALLY Photo Caption: Loralai
  17. 17. In order to bridge gaps between Haves Haves Not Teachers hesitant to relocate Students living in remote areas Quality Outreach Modern Education Madrassas Taaleem Foundation Nonprofit partners in remote areas e-School BRIDGING GAPS
  18. 18. e-School What connects them: Bare minimum hardware Internet connectivity What helps to achieve results: The quality of content and service delivery LINKING TOGETHER Teacher – has the passion to teach but is unable to live and travel to remote areas due to several risks. Student – lives in a remote area, or where schools don’t exist in the vicinity, etc. COMPUTER BASED TESTING SERVICE (CTBS) FOR STUDENTS. NEXT PHASE OF M&E DEVELOPMENT: SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
  19. 19. Photo Caption: Website Shot of tec.edu.pk
  20. 20. e-School Back End Teams Content Development Resource Management Digitalization Web Management
  21. 21. e-School Content at a Glance
  22. 22. • Creation and Scheduling of any number of Classes • Reports on participants' details • Text chat with the Instructor or other learner (s) • Whiteboard Sharing / Screen Sharing • Hardware based writing solution with Software works on RF • Each and every Classroom or Student’s activity can be shared on Active Board e-School Academic Coordination
  23. 23. e-School Learning Management System Photo Caption: e-Class at TF Sui Learning Management System has five components: Content Development Video Animation Daily Learning Plan Academic Coordination Students Learning Outcomes
  24. 24. e-School Virtual Tour of LMS
  25. 25. e-School From Studio to Classroom ONLINE CLASSES Tec is providing e-Classes facility to TF Schools in Balochistan from Karachi.
  26. 26. e-School Putting Lessons Across Clarifications and Feedback Students Queries Class Quiz /Assignments Interactive mode of learning Moderator to manage the class e-Teacher to deliver the content
  27. 27. e-School ONLINE ASSESSMENT COMPUTER BASED TESTING SYSTEM
  28. 28. e-School Computer Based Testing System Robust Database / Question Bank No Question from the book Randomized Question Papers MCQs / ERQs / CRQs Instant Marking and Results
  29. 29. e-School ERP MODULES CAMPUS MANAGEMENT ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT HR & PAYROLLS INVENTORY AND SUPPLY CHAIN RESULTS AND CERTIFICAT ES STAKEHOLDERS STUDENT S TEACHER S ADMIN STAFF PARENTS
  30. 30. Role of Technology PUTTING TOGETHER e-School Product APP DEVELOPMENT FOR HAND HELD ‘LEARNING DEVICES’ e-CLASSES (LIVE SESSIONS) WEB BASED MODELS: UNIVERSAL MODELS OF LEARNING, LMSs, AND CBTS. Rolling out of e-Schools across Pakistan and beyond
  31. 31. Role of Technology CONVERGENCE Evolution of technology and constant development Stakeholder Engagement Ensuring access of it to all through infrastructure development Ability to roll out services on mass scale. e-Monitoring and Evaluation Quality Content Establishment of a Knowledge Management Hub for further Research and Development and Performance Measurement
  32. 32. WAY FORWARD ADD ONS e-Skillse-Health e-Club e-Kioskse-Commerce e-Jobs Singular Investment in e-Schools helps deliver all these.
  33. 33. FUTURISTICS THE IMPACT SDG 1 – NO POVERTY SDG 4 – QUALITY EDUCATION SDG 5 – GENDER EQUALITY SDG 10 – Reduced Inequalities SDG 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals Contributing towards Sustainable Developments Goals
  34. 34. RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS e-School Tec (Singapore) EduCast (UK) Bilytica (Australia) Working together works!

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