Professional Development of Teachers for Technological Enhanced Learning: Experiences of Faculty


  • Asif Khan Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Karakoram International University, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
  • Muhammad Nisar Ul Haq Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Development, Karakoram International University, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
  • Sadia Batool Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Development, Karakoram International University, Diamer Campus, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.



TPD, Professional Development Strategy, Learning Outcome, Professional Development (PD), Coaching and Trainer Education, Online Teaching, Higher Education, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Technology Enhanced Learning


IT Progress by human beings made them dependent on internet accessing sufficient online skills for teacher’s profession.  Human progress in technology or ICT helps promotion of online teachers’ professional development. There is one solution for teachers to constantly refine their competencies adapting to recent problems with the help of Teachers' Professional Growth. TPD is a nonstop process to reflect, learn and take action for improved teaching practices that reflects a positive influence on learning of learners.  Professionalism in distance learning teaching has been defined as a set of blended educational session.  Its aim at finding teacher’s experience to deliver in workshop, visual exposure and their overall impression of the workshop in finding out the difference of experience among faculty members of diverse nature of faculties in KIU Gilgit.  For data collection, the research-oriented questionnaire was distributed among target groups.  It was descriptive study and quantitative in nature.  For the data analysis statistical techniques mean and Standard Deviation were applied. The data analyses found that majority of the teachers have the positive attitude towards this capacity building workshop on Technological Enhanced Learning.  This study found that arts and humanities faculty teachers scored capacity building workshop on Technological Enhanced Learning; as more effective.


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How to Cite

Khan, A., Haq, M. N. U., & Batool, S. (2023). Professional Development of Teachers for Technological Enhanced Learning: Experiences of Faculty. Journal of Social Sciences Review, 3(2), 305–314.