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Bushra Noor is currently studying PhD under the supervision of Dr Jon Mason, Dr Janice (Associate supervisor) and Dr Khalid (Associate supervisor). Bushra has been involved with several educational roles, as a member of the Ontario College of Teachers Canada and New South Wales Educational Standard Authority, Australia (NESA) as a schoolteacher and university lecturer, educational trainer and a student advocate. She worked as a lecturer at the National University of Modern Languages Islamabad from 2019 to 2022. Before that she spent more than 7 years in teaching at PWWB, Labor & Human Resource Department.
She has a substantial contribution in participating in research conferences and writing research articles for top ranked journals. She was awarded an Australia Award (DFAT) fully funded scholarship in 2017. She completed her Master of Philosophy in 2019 (Research on Gifted and Talented students) from University of Wollongong, Australia. Along this, She continued her Professional training development from the University of Toronto, at Ontario institute for studies in education. Currently, she is a High School teacher at a NSW public school.
She constantly found herself struggling within an educational system that is unable to meet the needs of students with different abilities. Her educational and work experience at national and international level has not only led her to encounter discrepancies within the structure but it has also allowed her to identify and address these problems through the teaching and research experience.
Her dream to bring change in educational structure of her country is not limited to formal education, therefore with online mode, she taught children from poor socioeconomic backgrounds at elementary and middle levels in Pakistan. Especially during COVID-19 pandemic, she delivered online workshops for prospective teachers as well as for school leaderships in remote areas of the country under the agenda of quality education (SDGs-sustainability development goals) and published a research article in (2021) and raised a sensitive issue related to challenges faced by private school teachers and students in remote areas of Pakistan during COVID-19. Becoming a High School teacher in Australia provided her an opportunity to understand more closely the education system of Australia.
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Project: HDR Project › PhD
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Pressure and perfectionism: A phenomenological study on parents’ and teachers’ perceptions of the challenges faced by gifted and talented students in self-contained classesNoor, B., 2023, In: Frontiers in Education. 8, p. 1-9 9 p., 1225623.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile74 Downloads (Pure)