Bushra Noor

Contact me

  •   Education
  •   +92 3004567898
  •   bushranoor@numl.edu.pk

Bushra Noor

Lecturer (Contract)
    • M.Phil. in Education, University of Wollongong, NSW Australia in 2019.
    • M.A English (Literature & Linguistics), University of the Punjab in 2005.
    • M.B.A (Human Resource Management), Virtual University of Pakistan in 2008.
    • Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care from National Vocational Institute of Australia, 2017.
    • Certificate in Introductory Academic Program (Academic English) from Wollongong College, NSW Australia in 2017.
    • LEAP Certificate, Australian Technology Network, Australia.
    • MORE Certificate), Australian Technology Network Australia.
    • First Aid and CPR Training from Gem Institute, Australia.
    • Diploma in Computer Science (MS Office, Computer Maintenance) from Punjab College of Computer Engineering
  • NESA Accredited Secondary School Teacher NSW, Australia
  • Ontario Certified Teacher, Canada
  • V. Lecturer at NUML (National university of modern languages Pakistan) from Sep 2019 to February 2021
  • Tutoring postgraduate students at Allam Iqbal Open University Islamabad from 2020 to continue
  • Secondary School Teacher English (BPS-16) at Punjab Workers Welfare Board from 2009 to 2015.
  • Noor, Bushra, Perceptions of multiple stakeholders on the effectiveness of ability grouping of gifted and talented, Master of Philosophy in Education thesis, School of Education, University of Wollongong, 2018. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses1/616
  • Pressure and Perfectionism: Beliefs of Gifted & Talented students and teachers on challenges of ability grouping (in-progress)
  • Does a teacher's professional development matter in addressing gifted & talented student's needs (in-progress)
  • Report writing “Unemployment among women” in Pakistan, Virtual University of Pakistan. 
  • Conducted research project in opportunity classes of public schools in NSW, Australia,
  1. Educational psychology, Gifted & Talented education, STEM education, digital learning, social emotional well beings, Teaching & learning

Education

    • M.Phil. in Education, University of Wollongong, NSW Australia in 2019.
    • M.A English (Literature & Linguistics), University of the Punjab in 2005.
    • M.B.A (Human Resource Management), Virtual University of Pakistan in 2008.
    • Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care from National Vocational Institute of Australia, 2017.
    • Certificate in Introductory Academic Program (Academic English) from Wollongong College, NSW Australia in 2017.
    • LEAP Certificate, Australian Technology Network, Australia.
    • MORE Certificate), Australian Technology Network Australia.
    • First Aid and CPR Training from Gem Institute, Australia.
    • Diploma in Computer Science (MS Office, Computer Maintenance) from Punjab College of Computer Engineering

Experience

  • NESA Accredited Secondary School Teacher NSW, Australia
  • Ontario Certified Teacher, Canada
  • V. Lecturer at NUML (National university of modern languages Pakistan) from Sep 2019 to February 2021
  • Tutoring postgraduate students at Allam Iqbal Open University Islamabad from 2020 to continue
  • Secondary School Teacher English (BPS-16) at Punjab Workers Welfare Board from 2009 to 2015.

Publications

  • Noor, Bushra, Perceptions of multiple stakeholders on the effectiveness of ability grouping of gifted and talented, Master of Philosophy in Education thesis, School of Education, University of Wollongong, 2018. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses1/616
  • Pressure and Perfectionism: Beliefs of Gifted & Talented students and teachers on challenges of ability grouping (in-progress)
  • Does a teacher's professional development matter in addressing gifted & talented student's needs (in-progress)
  • Report writing “Unemployment among women” in Pakistan, Virtual University of Pakistan. 
  • Conducted research project in opportunity classes of public schools in NSW, Australia,

Interests

  1. Educational psychology, Gifted & Talented education, STEM education, digital learning, social emotional well beings, Teaching & learning