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How to create free Infographics for your digital content or presentations.

by Darakhshan Siraj -

Dear students 

Here are few videos  how to create infographics for your digital content or presentations.

1.Using Google Drawing for Infographics

2.How to create free infographics simple and easy Tricks in Hindi.

3. How to create Free Infographics in minutes by using Canva.

4.How to make animated power point slides

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    The purpose of this course is to provide Student Teachers with a strong foundation for understanding the relationship between and among teachers, the school, and the fam­ilies and community that support the school. Basic conceptualizations of educational institutions and the role of the teacher in relating to these institutions will be considered. Student Teachers will also explore how cultural, social, and historical forces have shaped their understanding of the relationship teachers have with schools, communities, and families in Pakistan. The course will explore the social context of schooling and examine how the work of teachers is nested within school and community. It will provide orien­tation to the process of socialization in schools and how social factors affect education.

    In this course, student Teachers will have opportunity to put this knowledge into practice in the accompanying one-credit laboratory by studying a school and its community, so that as teachers, they can mobilize support for educational programs and contribute positively to their communities. Practical application of the course will be emphasized as Student Teachers explore teaching and learning within both the school and the community. They will identify strategies, practices, and relationships that have proven fruitful within familiar contexts, and learn how to identify and respond to challenges in school, community, and teacher relationships. Student Teachers will identify how culture, gender, special needs, equity and equality, and collaborative working condi­tions affect the school and community

          Communication skills are the gate way of success in 21st century.  Communication skills allow you to interact with people effectively and let you make your presence felt by the people present in a discussion or a meeting. In a team, being able to communicate effectively with your colleagues will help build trust, strengthen your professional relationships, boosts teamwork, develop a sense of belongingness, and help you to become more productive. 

             Having strong communication skills aids in all aspects of life – from professional life to personal life and everything that falls in between. From a business standpoint, all transactions result from communication. Good communication skills are essential to allow others and yourself to understand information more accurately and quickly. In contrast, poor communication skills lead to frequent misunderstandings and frustration. In a 2016 LinkedIn survey conducted in the United States, communication topped the list of the most sought-after soft skills among employers. 

            Therefore its the dire need of time to develop good communication skills to be successful in workplace and in daily life. This course is planned on these lines of action to make you people develop good communication skills to be successful in your future endeavor.