Mr. Atta Ur Rehman Jadoon
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Mr. Atta Ur Rehman Jadoon


Qualifications: MS English (Linguistics) Foundation University, Islamabad
Research Interests: Critical Discourse Analysis, English Language Teaching, Educational Linguistics, Applied Linguistics

Professional Summary

Adaptable and focused teacher of English with demonstrated success in managing organized classrooms, updating records, and providing both group and individualized instruction. Proficient in helping advanced and struggling students enhance learning. Experienced in English language, literature, and linguistics instruction online (synchronous and asynchrounous) through Microsoft Teams, Google SuiteCanvas, and Zoom,  and on-campus through traditional and modern technology.

Awards and Achievements

  • Secured 3rd Position in MS English
  • Member of Online Professional English Network
Professional Certifications

  • OPEN Cubed Pakistan
  • Fundamentals of Online Language Teaching- Michigan State University, USA
  • TESOL Methodology- University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA
  • Using Educational Technology in the English Language Classroom- Iowa State University, USA
  • Special Diploma in TEFL – NUML, Islamabad

Before joing GIKI, taught Functional English, Communication Skills,  Academic Reading, and  Technical Writing at International Islamic University, Islamabad, Peer Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, and Foundation University, Islamabad (Rawalpindi Campus).

Conferences and Seminars

  • Teachers: The Agents of Innovative Change- arranged by SPELT
  • English Language Teaching and 21st Century Skills- Communicate, Collaborate, Create- Organized by Qatar University
  • OPEN Virtual Conference 2021 sponsored by RELO, Pakistan
  • TESOL ELevate Virtual Conference 2021 sponsored by RELO, Pakistan
Research Publications

  • Errors in English Writing Composition at Secondary Level in Abbottabad published in Pakistan Languages and Humanities Review, Vol.1, No. 2 (2017)
  • Challenges Faced by Newly Inducted Teachers Implementing Revised English Curriculum in Pakistan published English Language Teaching Vol. 13, No. 7 (2020)
  • A Comparative Analysis of Ideological Constructions Embedded in Pakistani English Textbooks published in Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
Research Thesis

  • Implementation of Revised English Curriculum by Newly Inducted Teachers at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Challenges and Strategies