Publications  
       
 
Ao Mahoul See Seekhain  
Originally developed by the Centre for Environment Education, India, under the name of Joy of Learning, this publication is targeted for classroom teachers to integrate environmental concerns into their teaching. The book contains a number of activities which Amozish-e-Mahaul

can be used as supplementary teaching resource for various subjects. The clearly laid out plan of action of these activities together with the use of low cost no cost material makes this book a useful resource for any primary and secondary school teacher. IUCN Pakistan translated and adapted this book into Urdu to make it available for the public sector schools. The book has been widely used all over the country to train teachers in EE by IUCNP and other environmental educators. On the request of teachers in Sindh, the book was also translated in Sindhi.

http://www.iucn.pk/publications/Green Club.pdf


Green Clubn (Urdu)
This is a comprehensive guidebook for teachers and community organisers for setting-up and running environmental clubs. This publication is originally based on ideas and exchanges generated at a number of workshops for facilitators under the Environmental Education Bank (EE Bank) Project of the Centre for Environmental Education (CEE), India. IUCN Pakistan translated and adapted this guidebook into Urdu.

The guidebook focuses on details of developing environmental clubs, including selection of students, involvement of parents and school administration and various activities for students. Besides, the publication enables teachers to think of new ideas, test them in their classrooms/clubs and turn them into interesting projects. Furthermore, the effectiveness of this publication is enhanced by the use of simple language, adequate details, details for undertaking projects/ activities, clarity of rationale and presentation of alternatives. This easy to use guidebook has been made relevant to the Pakistani context with local examples.

http://www.iucn.pk/publications/Green Club.pdf
 
Aamozish-e-Mahaul  
The teacher educators’ manual was compiled and published by IUCN Pakistan. The manual development started with the development of a prototype in collaboration with St. Patrick’s College of Education. This was pilot tested with teachers of Amozish-e-Mahaul

College of Education, Gilgit. In the light of their feedback changes were incorporated into the manual.

This comprehensive manual on environmental education (EE) highlights the key concepts on environment and development with examples from Pakistan and its application to the teaching and learning process. A dedicated section on EE is available besides each chapter ends with a model lesson plan to teach the key concepts to trainee teachers. The manual can be used as an effective resource material for teacher training programmes.

http://www.iucn.pk/publications/Aamozish-e-Mahool.pdf


Maholiyati Taleem (PTC Manual - Urdu)
The manual is based on the curricular guidelines of the Primary Teachers’ Certificate (PTC)course which is usually offered in the elementary colleges of Education. The curriculum of PTC carries a unit on environmental education for more than a decade, Amozish-e-Mahaul

however there was no specific teaching and learning material available throughout the country for teachers and students. The Bureau of Curriculum, Quetta, which is the apex institution for teacher education and curriculum development in the province has taken the lead on this. The current publication is an outcome of the collaboration between BoC Quetta and IUCNP’ office in Balochistan, which motivated BoC to integrate environment and sustainable development into its programmes and materials. The manuals is authored by Mr. Mohammed Asghar ex staff of BoC and it is developed with the technical and financial support of IUCN Pakistan. The manual provides a valuable resource for teachers and students of PTC due to its relevance to the context of Balochistan and the use of Urdu language.
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