Aamna Khalid holds educational qualifications in English Language Teaching with a specilization in developing English for Specific Purposes courses and training workshops. She is a trained curricullum & program evaluator and teacher appraiser.
At present she teaches English Language & Communication Skills courses at LUMS and is a training consultant at The Rausing Executive Development Center (REDC). Aamna also teaches Managerial Communication courses for the MBA program at the SD Business School at LUMS.
In the past, she has worked with the LUMS National Outreach Program and the Continuing Education Program and the ASP-LUMS-USAID Program designing and delivering ESP & Development Communication courses.
Aamna has extensive professional experience of over 15 years as a Teacher Trainer, Program Designer & English Language Development Consultant at undergraduate & postgraduate levels at institutions such as Lahore School of Economics, PWI & CALS Kinnaird College Lahore, The British Council Lahore, The Educators, IED Aga Khan, Aitchison College Lahore and the Civil Services Academy of Pakistan, to name a few.
Aamna has developed and conducted numerous short-term training workshops for educational, governmental and non-governmental organizations and has been associated with Nur Concepts & DEVCOM Consultants as their Lead Trainer.
Khalid, A. (2016). "A Study of the Attitudes and Motivational Orientations of Pakistani Learners Toward the Learning of English as a Second Language". Sage Open, 6 (3), doi:10.1177/2158244016665887.
Khalid, A. (2010). Performance Management in Pakistani Institutions of Higher Learning: An in-depth analysis of existing teacher appraisal systems leading to a proposed "non-threatening" appraisal model, LAP Lambert Academic Publishers.
Khalid, A. (2016). "Mastery goals and project-based learning in Pakistani ESL classrooms" (Accepted). The 14th Asia TEFL & 11th Far Eastern English Teachers Association (FEELTA), Vladivostok, Russia.
Khalid, A. (2016). "Attitudes & Orientations in Second Language Learning: a study of the average Pakistani student's language attitudes & motivations towards the learning of English and their influence on language policy development". The 2016 International Education Conference: The Clute Institute, Orlando, United States of America.
Khalid, A. (2015). "Attribution Theory and Achievement Motivation in L2 Learning". Tri-TESOL Conference, Des Moines, Washington, United States of America.
Khalid, A. (2007). "Effective Teacher Appraisal". International Conference on Quality Teacher Education: The University of Education, Lahore, Pakistan.
Khalid, A. (2006). "Performance Management for Professional Organizations". International Conference on Quality in Education: IED, Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan.
Khalid, A. (2005). "Gender Discrimination in the English Language Classroom". International Seminar on Language, Culture & Identity: CELS Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan.
Khalid, A. (In Press 2019). 'Attribution Theory & Achievement Motivation in L2 Learning'. Tri-TESOL Conference Proceedings.