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Mohammad Mustafizur Rahman is currently pursuing MEd in Language Education at the Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka. He has completed MA in ELT, BA (Hons.) in English and Bachelor of Education (BEd). He worked as a Resource Teacher (English) of Secondary Education Sector Investment Program (SESIP) under the Ministry of Education (MoE), Bangladesh. His research interests include academic writing skills, educational theories, blended learning and education in rural context.
July 2018 - January 2019
Secondary Education Sector Investment Program (SESIP)
- Resource Teacher (RT)
August 2017 - July 2018
Motijheel Govt. Boys' High School
- Part-time Teacher
In this age of globalization, English language has become the most prominent medium of expressing ideas, feelings and views to international community. Unlike other countries, English language is considered as the sign of intellectuality and proficiency in the job market of Bangladesh. Considering the fact, the government of Bangladesh has designed...
Achieving quality education is one of the important goals of SDGs that can help to ensure sustainable development. Though the government of Bangladesh is working for ensuring quality education, the educational quality is questionable in rural area comparing with urban area. Moreover, the quality of education depends on the teaching of the teachers...
The study aimed at investigating how writing skills developed through scaffolding at the Higher Secondary level. The study was carried out among 150 Secondary level students of Feni Government College, Bangladesh. The study revealed that changes in teaching style can be a way to deal with the current situation of teaching students of Bangladesh. It...
Mentoring is considered as an integral part of teacher education to change the attitudes and beliefs; and improve personal and professional knowledge and skills of teacher educators and trainees (Michael, 2008). The newly recruited teachers at all levels have to face different challenges in their work places in the areas of contents, pedagogy, reso...
The current study tried to explore how the teacher educators at Teachers’ Training College, Dhaka utilised the contexts in developing their undergraduate students’ English writing skills; how Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) helped improve students’ writing skills; and what challenges teachers and students faced in implementing CTL. This qual...