– M.Ed., Aga Khan University, Institute for Educational Development
– M.Sc., Analytical Chemistry, University of Karachi
Mahwish has been working in the field of education for over 15 years, in the capacity of lecturer, professional development facilitator, and teacher trainer. As an educator, she brings a diverse perspective which she gained during her teaching and learning opportunities in various contexts.
She was associated with Aga Khan Higher Secondary School for twelve years as a lecturer, subject lead teacher for the chemistry department, and academic coordinator. In her role as academic coordinator, she designed and conducted professional development sessions for the faculty focused on student-centered teaching, creative pedagogies, and technology-related pedagogical advancements. She has also designed and reviewed assessment resources and facilitated training for improving assessment practices. She has also conducted content enrichment workshops for faculty and presented at various research conferences. Mahwish was also associated with Aga Khan University Examination Board as a senior electronic marker and as a panelist of the syllabus review committee for Chemistry (Grade 9 till 12). As a volunteer, she has designed Biology and Chemistry teacher training manuals for one of the leading NGOs in Pakistan. Furthermore, she has been working as a visiting faculty at Notre Dame Institute of Education and also works as a lead facilitator for the training of academic leaders and teacher educators.
Mahwish teaches Classroom management course at the college.