Amna Habiba is an inspiring young teacher and leader who founded Global Creative Hub when she was 14 years old. This social development initiative is working towards making every Pakistani girl youth digitally literate. The mission is to make the world a more equal place for all girls to live in and strive towards a better future.
In this episode, Amna shares how stories motivated her to learn English and how she using storytelling to engage young learners. Learn the benefits of storytelling and how you can incorporate this strategy into your classes with learners of all ages.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/support
Founder @ Global Creative Hub
Amna Habiba is a 15-year-old Pakistani youth activist, founder of Global Creative Hub, international speaker, STEM enthusiast, and an advocate for girls' education and digital literacy. Her work revolves around making digital literacy more inclusive for girls and empowering them to work for the UN SDGs. She has spoken to audiences ranging from 10 to 15000 and is an active youth ambassador.
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