Ms Aisha Bibi

Lecturer ,""
Phone No:051-9265100
Email ID:aishabibi@numl.edu.pk

Education:PhD (Mathematics Education): Department of Mathematics Education, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Thesis Title “Factors Affecting Differential Equation Problem Solving Ability of Pre-University Level Students In A Selected Province In Pakistan”. Supervisor: Associate Prof. Datin Dr. Sharifah Norul Akmar Binti Syed Zamri. Thesis Submitted on January, 2017.

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed): Hazara University, Mansehra. 1st Division. Year of Passing, 2009

M.Sc. (Mathematics): Hazara University, Mansehra (Pakistan). 1st Division. Year of Passing, 2006. 

B.Sc. (Computer Science and Mathematics): Hazara University, Mansehra (Pakistan). Grade A+. Year of Passing, 2004. 

F.Sc Pre-Medical/Pre-engg: Government Girls Degree Collage No.1, Abbottabad. 1st Division. Year of Passing, 2001. 

S.S.C Science Group: Tameer-I-Nau Public School, Mansehra. Grade A+. Year of Passing, 1999.
Lecturer, National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad Feb, 2017- to- Date

Senior Mathematics Teacher, Pakistan International Public School & College, Mansehra August, 2010- to- January, 2014

Lecturer (Mathematics), Govt. Degree College No.2, Mansehra (Pakistan) June, 2009- to- May, 2010

Mathematics Teacher, Pakistan International Public School & College, Mansehra (Pakistan) November, 2006-to- May, 2009
[1] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., & Abedalaziz, N. A. M., (2017). Factors affecting differential equation problem solving ability of students at pre-university level: A conceptual model. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Sciences (MOJES), Vol.5, Issue 4.

[2] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., &Abedalaziz, N.A. M., (2017). Teaching and Learning of Differential Equation: A Critical Review to Explore Potential Area for Reform Movement. International Journal for Innovative Research in Multidisciplinary Fields (IJIMRF). Accepted Manuscript No. IJIMRF-201702018. 

[3] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., & Abedalaziz, N.A. M., (2016). Students’ differential equations problem solving abilities, difficulties and the mistakes at pre university level. International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. Submitted Manuscript No. RUND-D-16-00062 (status: under review) 

[4] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., &Abedalaziz, N. A. M., (2016). The relation of goal orientations and differential equations problem solving: the mediating role of elaboration and critical thinking. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education (ISI-Cited Publication). 

[5] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., & Abedalaziz, N. A. M., (2016). Role of students’ context familiarity in differential equations problem solving at pre university level. Submitted to International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education (ISI-Cited Publication). 

[6] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., & Abedalaziz, N. A. M., (2016). Epistemological math problem solving beliefs and their influence on differential equation problem solving. Submitted to Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Sciences (MOJES). 

[7] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., & Abedalaziz, N. A. M., (2016). The relationship between epistemological math problem solving beliefs and trichotomous achievement goals: A quantitative study. Being Drafted. 

[8] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., & Abedalaziz, N. A. M., (2016). Relationship among epistemological math problem solving beliefs, usefulness, self-regulated learning strategies and differential equation problem solving. Being Drafted. 

[9] Aisha, B., Syed-Zamri, S. N. A. B., & Abedalaziz, N. A. M., (2016). The relations among epistemological problem solving beliefs, usefulness, achievement goals, and self–regulation in differential equation class at Pre-university level in Pakistan. Being Drafted.