Syeda Tuba Javaid

Critical Policy, Equity and Leadership Studies

Syeda Tuba Javaid

Critical Policy, Equity and Leadership Studies

Syeda is an Educationalist by profession and a public speaker by passion. She is an educationist who is enhancing the communication and linguistic skills of the learners and a researcher who is striving to develop the perfect tool for second language acquisition. Along with this, she is currently working on experiential learning, policy making and women leadership in higher education. She has six years of teaching experience, seven years of research experience and four years of material development experience & educational management experience.

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Rita Gardiner, PhD



She is currently working on investigating the development and transformation of women education leaders in the Western and Eastern higher educational institutions.

Course Work Completed

Syeda is currently enrolled in her first term of PhD in Education (CPELS)


  • Javaid, S.T.,Sultan, S. and Ehrich, J.F. (2020), "Contrasting first and final year undergraduate students' plagiarism perceptions to investigate anti-plagiarism measures", Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education
  • Raza, Syed & Khan, Komal & Rafi, S & Javaid, Syeda Tuba. (2020). Factors Affecting the Academic Performance through Cloud Computing Adoption. 1-15. 10.20547/jess0822008201.
  • Raza, Syed & Qamar, Sara & Rafi, Syed & Javaid, Syeda Tuba. (2020). Impact of Smart-phone Addiction on Students' Academic Achievement in Higher Education Institute of Pakistan. Journal of Education & Social Sciences. 8. 1-14. 10.20547/jess0812008101.
  • Javaid, Syeda Tuba, (2018) “A Comparative Study of Elizabeth Bennet and Catherine Earnshaw as an Ideal Female Protagonist”, Journal of English and Education, IJEE, Volume 7, Issue 1.
  • Sameera Sultan, Syeda Tuba Javaid, (2018) "Pakistani undergraduate students’ perceptions of project-based learning in the English composition course", Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, Vol. 10 Issue: 3, pp.217-229.