Pakistani Teacher Win Cambridge Most Dedicated Teacher Award 2019: At all times, a Pakistani professor Ahmed Saya, from the University of Cambridge, won the “Most Dedicated Professor” award in 2019.
Saya, an A-level teacher at the Cordoba School in Karachi, was one of six brilliant teachers around the world who was selected for the award.
The competition attracted participants from more than 3,500 teachers from more than 140 countries for the prestigious award.
Pakistani Teacher Win Cambridge Most Dedicated Teacher Award 2019
The official Twitter account of Cambridge announced Saya as the winner of the prize dedicated to teachers in 2019. “We are pleased to announce the winner of the Dedicated Teachers Award of 2019. To … Ahmed Saya de Córdoba School for a level in Pakistan” . He is in the process of voting.
Tweet Given Below:
Is your winner for the Dedicated Teacher Awards Ahmed Saya from Cordoba School in Pakistan? Visit our website to read his story and vote for him today! https://t.co/LgtZMqGGmr #MyDedicatedTeacher pic.twitter.com/A6iWidDGCO— Cambridge Education (@CUPeducation) January 24, 2019
Other participants include:
1.Abhinandan Bhattacharya, JBCN International School: Oshiwara, India 2.Anthony Chelliah, Gateway College, Sri Lanka 3.Candice Green, College of St. Augustine, Australia
4.Jimrey Dapin, University of San Jose Recoletos, Philippines
5. Sharon Kong Foong, Sunway College, Malaysia
Previously, Cambridge said it was a difficult call to announce preselected teachers. But they have cut six teachers for this year’s dedicated teacher awards.
With this prestigious award, Saya also won a trip to Cambridge, UK, and can continue professional development opportunities for her school, the website announced.
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