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Muhammad  Arshad

Mr. Muhammad Arshad

Qualification: PhD
Department: Education
Designation : Assistant Professor

Teacher Education, Learning English, Higher Education

11 years at Degree Awarding institutions

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International Conferences On Humanities, Historical And Social Sciences; ISBN13:  978-1-84626-025-4, February,26-28, (2010) Singapore (www.iacsit.org)

The Role of Culture on Developing English Language Learning

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International Conference on Behavioural, Cognitive and Psychological Sciences; ISBN:978-1-86626-028-5, February,26-28, (2010), Singapore (www.iacsit.org)

 

Analysis of School Teachers’ Perceptions of Quality Enhancing Factors at Secondary

Schools

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International Conference on Realization Millennium Development Goal Through Education; September 20-21, (2010), Pakistan(Lahore)

 

Teachers’ Perceptions of The Effectiveness of ICT in Teacher Education

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International Conference On Realization Millennium Development Goal Through Education; 20-21 September (2010), Pakistan(Lahore)

 

Studying Availability and Uses of ICT in Teacher Education

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The Asian Conference on Education 2010; 2-5 December (2010): ISSN: 2186-5892,  Japan(Osaka) (www.iafor.org)

Learning to Sustain Knowledge: Different Aspects of Motivation an Example of Life-Long Learning

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International Conference on Social Science and Humanity; Feburary26-28,(2011), Singapore

Impact of In-Service Teacher Training on Students’ Learning Achievement in Mathematics

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Hawaii international conference on education; (2012), Hawaii (www.hiceducation.com)

Studying the role of technology in teaching mathematics at secondary level

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International Journal of Learning & Development ISSN 2164-4063 (2012). V-2, N-1,pp.426-469 (http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijld)

Impact of Parents‘ Profession on their Children‘s Learning English in Pakistan

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International Journal of Learning & Development ISSN 2164-4063(2012). V-2, N-3.pp.57-67 (http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijld)

Culture of Veil among University Students in Pakistan

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International Journal of Human Resource Studies; ISSN 2162-3058 (2013). V-3, N-1,pp.63-73 (www.macrothink.org/ijhrs)

Association of Veiling with Religious Obligation among

University Students

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Far East Journal of Psychology and Business. (2013).ISSN. 2221-8017:  V.11:N.1,pp 51-59 (www.fareastjournals.com)

Customer’s satisfaction on teaching facility at university level in Pakistan

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Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business;(2013): ISSN:2073-7122;V-5,N-3:pp-409-419

(www.ijcrb.webs.com)

 

Does Gender Difference Matter in Learning English in A Culture?

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LICEO Journal Of Higher Education  Research V. 9 No. 1 (2013);pp24-29, ISSN 2244-0437 (http://asianscientificjournals.com/publication/index.php/ljher)

Socio-Cultural Variation and its Effects on Learning English in Pakistan

 

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International Journal of Innovation in Teaching and Learning (IJITL) Volume III- Issue II (December 2017): pp.1-15:ISSN.2520-0003 (http://www.iiu.edu.pk/?page_id=18846)

 

Developing a Reliable and Valid Questionnaire to Measure Students’  Satisfaction Level on their Courses’ Experiences at

University level in Pakistan

 

  1. European Journal of Educational Sciences; European Journal of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and European Journal for Academic Research (http://www.journalsgate.com/journalsgate/index.php)
  2. Global Business and Economics Research Journal  (http://globejournal.org)
  3. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention (http://www.ijhssi.org/associate%20board%20member.html)
  4. Research in Psychology and Bahavioural Science (www.sciepub.com/journal/RPBS)
  5. Editor: Asian Journal of Education and E-learning (http://ajouronline.com/index.php?journal=AJEEL)
  6. Chief Editor: Global Education Research Journal. (http://www.springjournals.net/global/editors

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