Bismah Khan is the Secondary Learning Support Teacher at the Lahore American School. She became a member of the LAS family 15 years ago having worked as a Teaching Assistant, and later joined Learning support as a teacher. Before joining LAS, Bismah worked in the apprenticeship of her professor at Punjab University to support children with Autism and other developmental disorders. She also served as a substitute aide in the Centerville, Ohio school district for special children in the mainstream setting. It has been her aim to help individuals identify academic needs in mainstream classroom settings; manage mild and moderate learning differences and recognize when the individuals need differentiation, accommodations, and modifications to succeed to the best of their potential.

Her journey to become a Registered Behavior Technician started in the summer break of 2020, as suggested by the Learning Support Director, Dr. Richel. The training has taught her to apply ABA techniques in helping students manage their behaviors by increasing attention and focus in a classroom setting. Children with various emotional, cognitive, and social needs can benefit from these techniques. It can help students develop self-control and manage impulsivity. This involves evaluating individual skills and planning interventions. Overall, the application is aimed at and adaptable towards improving the concentration, motivation, and social skills of students in need.