CDE International Fellow: Khadija Mushtaq

Khadija photoKhadija Mushtaq, CEO Roots Ivy International Schools Pakistan, Director/Student Counselor Roots College International Pakistan

http://www.rootsschool.edu.pk/Roots%20College/index.html

Khadija Mushtaq, an educationist by profession is the CEO of the leading chain of education institutions Roots Ivy International Schools Pakistan and Director of Roots School System and Roots College International, DHA1 campus Islamabad Pakistan. She is an International fellow of the Centre for Distance Education and has been the recipient of multiple teaching and research awards including the highest civil award ‘Tamgha-e-Imtiaz’ in the field of education by the president of Pakistan in 2010. She has guided the youth of Pakistan towards a prosperous and enlightened future by mentoring and empowering the young generation through her dedication and commitment to excellence and personal interest in each one of her students. Her compassion and commitment towards the cause of education, has earned her recognition in the field of education as the ‘Most Inspirational Educator’. She has been an Economics lecturer for A-levels and undergraduate level in Malaysia and to external students of University of London and Cambridge in Pakistan and abroad. Her main area of research includes: Student Career Counseling and development, Academic Guidance and Mentoring for High School and Undergraduate Students, International University Linkages, Summer school placements and International Language Programs, Career assessment & technology, Career Impact due to gender, Career Development and Planning, Professional Staff Training, Assessing linkages between Internships leading to Professional Career choices and Implementing Advanced Teaching Methodologies.

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