Phd. Aziza KAVLU

- Lecturer -

She was born in Dushanbe, Tajikistan - 20.08.1978. She graduated from Dushanbe Presidential Highschool in 1995. She studied Turkish in Turkey from 1995-1996. She got her Bachelor Degree from Yildiz Technical University, Department of Financial Administration, Bachelor Degree of Management, in English. She got her second Bachelor Degree from Tajikistan Pedagogy University (Dushanbe, Tajikistan), 2003 – 2008. She got her PhD from  International Black Sea University (Georgia), 2013 - 2016. Since 2001 She has been teaching in educational institutions; Dushanbe International School, Tursunzade Tajik – Turkish High School, Colejio Belo Futuro (Sao-Paolo, Brazil), Nilufer Secondary School (Erbil, Iraq), Ishik University (Erbil, Iraq).Currently she is Lecturer  at Ishik University (Sulimaniye, Iraq).

She is married. She has got three children.
 

 

 

 
 

  

 

 

                           

 

  


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Education Background :

International Black Sea University (Georgia, PhD )                                           2013 - 2016

Tajikistan Pedagogy University (Dushanbe, Tajikistan)                                     2003 – 2008

Bachelor and Master Degree of English Language Teaching

Yildiz Technic University (Istanbul, Turkey)                                                        1996 -2001

 

Department of Financial Administration, Bachelor Degree of Management, in English                          


Interests :

English Language Teaching

Project - Based Learning (PBL)

Motivation in Education

My Teaching philosophy is :

My philosophy of teaching evolved from many years of teaching experience. As I reflect on my beliefs regarding teaching and learning, I find that my mission as a teacher is threefold: to promote positive learning; to spark learner enthusiasm for learning; and to provide a strong foundation for lifelong learning. To accomplish this, I enjoy applying a wide variety of strategies based on essential educational principles encompassing cognitive functioning, learning theory, diversity issues, instructional planning and assessment. Cognitive functioning level(s) of the learner: Considering the cognitive functioning of learners is essential in order to implement and apply strategies that are appropriate for either concrete operational and/or formal operational learners. I routinely plan activities, such as brief writings, that can help me determine the cognitive levels of my students and tailor my instruction accordingly. Without this consideration, I would risk the possibility of my students experiencing ‘hit or miss’ learning. Cultural diversity, group culture and learning style: Understanding both the learning style of individual learners and the cultural diversity of the class/group helps me both design and tailor effective instruction by implementing appropriate global and/or concrete strategies. Although a variety of learning styles are likely represented by learners in any large class/group setting, I routinely design my instruction using the research-based learning cycle; this cycle provides the framework for me to encompass a repertoire of effective strategies, which can both accommodate individual preferences, engage diverse learners, and help establish a respect for differing preferences and perspectives. Assessment: I strongly believe that one can employ numerous options to accurately assess understanding of course content among diverse groups of learners. To this end, I have developed (and continually use!) a firm foundation in assessment basics, from alternative types of assessment (peer and self – assessment, rubrics, checklists, projects, portfolios, performance/diagnostic checks, presentations, etc.) to traditional exams/test construction. Following these basic principles helped me grow in my love for teaching and learning. More importantly, I have discovered that, by sharing my ‘passion’ for teaching and learning, and using these principles with enthusiasm and empathy connect with learners. As a result, teaching with clarity, passion, empathy, and sincere enthusiasm, effectively impacts learners, ultimately connect them to their ‘passion’ and lifelong learning.


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