Upcoming Events & Workshops

Upcoming events of i2L (Inspiration to Learn), Learn to Learn, L2L Club and Society of Iqbal Studies (SoIS)

 
 

i2L Workshops and Preparations

posted Sep 3, 2016, 11:24 PM by Irfan Hyder   [ updated Sep 5, 2016, 6:11 AM ]

  • i2L (Inspiration to Learn) is a platform for after hours preparations and group tuitions. Workshops in this area relate to developing competencies for appearing in exams.


Mathemagics!

By Mr Madni Khan, Head of Curriculum Design and Training Center at L2L with 15 years of teaching and administration experience. 

For students (over 13 years of age) and parents who want to make their children love maths. 
  • Are you tired of tedious and repetitive calculations?
  • Does mathematics spell boredom for you?
  • Is the only way to answer is to look at the back of the book?

This workshop will make mathematics fun, will remove the tediousness and boredom and will tell you how exciting it can be. 


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"Cambridge O'Level English Preparation"

By Mrs Rehan, Cambridge  Certified English Trainer with 12yr experience. 
Sat 27th Aug; 10am-1pm. For students, teachers n parents.

* Paper pattern, marking scheme, assessment objectives as told by Helen Toner, Head Examiner CIE.
* Styles of writing,  elements of good composition
* Significance of assessments for meaningful learning.
* Teaching strategies, material.
* How examiners mark Cambridge exam paper

"Iqbal's Spiritual Democracy" SoIS Workshop on Saturday 30 March 2013

posted Mar 14, 2013, 10:49 AM by Irfan Hyder   [ updated Mar 26, 2013, 1:00 AM ]

Spiritual Democracy

The innovative solution for individuals, organizations
and governments


    A 3-hour workshop by
    Khurram Ali Shafique, Winner of the Presidential Iqbal Award for Iqbal: an Illustrated Biography (2006)

Iqbal categorically stated that the ultimate ideal of Islam was spiritual democracy. He did not explain the concept because he didn’t need to. Back in 1930, the concept was widely understood not only within the Muslim world but also outside – especially in America. It goes to the credit of the subsequent generations that they have completely obliterated this cherished ideal which had been upheld by so many cultures as the only hope for their future – i.e., our present.

The purpose of this workshop is to show that the ideal has survived in Pakistan against all odds, and can be redeemed for achieving spectacular success personally, socially, politically and globally.

In this three-hour workshop, we shall try to understand the concept of spiritual democracy through interactive exercises based on the writings of Iqbal, Mary Parker Follett, C. R. Das, Waheed Murad and many others.

Rediscover spiritual democracy from primary sources and regain hope.


Date: March 30, 2013. 
Timings: 3-6pm. 
Location: Ahsan Memorial, 201/O Block 2 PECHS, Karachi.

For directions and map visit follow the link

Charges: Rs. 1000/=, Students: Rs. 300/=

 

L2L Academy Programs

posted Mar 7, 2011, 2:16 AM by Irfan Hyder   [ updated Feb 9, 2013, 5:35 PM ]

L2L Academy is conducting regular school sessions during weekdays:  Monday-Thursday 8:30am to 1:15pm and Fridays 8:30am to 12 noon. This program is a structured, formal and a more extensive version of the Sunday=Funday program that is only held on weekdays.
  • Weekday Program is an intensive program that provides coverage of all the eight "multiple intelligences" through projects and activities in a planned fashion.
  • Kids come regularly and trained and dedicated facilitators work with them on developing their inter- and intra-personal skills, mathematical and logical skills, arts and crafts skills, verbal skills, physical and kinesthetic skills, rhythmic skills, nature appreciation skills.
  • Members display the literary club activities at the Hyde Park activities such as qirat, kasauti, naat, poetry, riddles, story telling, book reading, drama, and other improvisations.
  • Arts and crafts club activities nurtures their creative ideas.
  • Science/Maths Club develops sciences, mathematical and logical skills using experiments in lab settings.
  • Research and development Club develops their reading, writing, computer and exploratory skills.
  • Unique feature of this program is to develop leadership and interpersonal skills through group activities and emphasis on volunteering and initiative taking.

SoIS: A Series of Workshops on Iqbal

posted Nov 20, 2010, 4:50 AM by Irfan Hyder   [ updated Mar 14, 2013, 10:15 PM ]

Society of Iqbal Studies (SoIS) series of workshops is typically conducted on a Saturday or Sunday. Details of the workshops of the upcoming workshops are given on these pages. SoIS members would be pleased to know that the program the series has again been started after the return from sabbatical of Mr. Khurram Ali Shafique from UK.

Previous SoIS Events

SoIS workshops started with nine questions raised by Iqbal in Gulshan e Raaz e Jadeed (Zabur e Ajam) and nine books of Iqbal which were covered in detail in a series of workshops. Khurram Ali Shafique in his distinctive style interprets the links between each book collection of Iqbal and each of the nine questions. Each workshop highlighted the themes and distinctive style that Iqbal used for each of the collection. Of particular interest is his connection of past events with the emerging future. Each work of Iqbal and his thought is living and inspiring the events occurrence in the future. These links are explored in detail in these workshops. 

The idea of "consensu literature" that inspires the people vs literature that promotes despondency and disillusionment is a central theme through which Iqbal, Rumi, Nizami Ganjwi and others of the past are linked with influentials like Hasrat Mohani, Zafar Ali Khan and Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar during pre-partition, poets and literati like Hafeez Jullandri and Agha Hashar around partition and new genres like films of Waheed Murad and detective fiction of Ibne Safi in the post partition period, in a wonderfully architected thesis distinctive of Mr. Khurram Ali Shafique.

First session in this series was on Asraar e khudi. The discussion then got extended and spread over four sessions. Followed by another four sessions on Ramooz e Baykhudi. There had been several other programs related to or inspired from Iqbal's conception of history, culture and society specifically dealing with the role of literature and political narratives in building consensus among the masses by directing their energies and thinking towards positive aspects of life and inspiring them and giving them confidence in their abilities and potential. 



 

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