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Md. Ashrafuzzaman
Assistant Professor and Asst. Proctor
Lecturer
M.Phil, University of Dhaka
M.Ed, University of Dhaka
B.Ed (Hons.), University of Dhaka
  E-mail : ashraf_ier@yahoo.com
ashraf.ier.du@gmail.com
ashraf_ier@primeuniversity.edu.bd
  Research Interest : Teacher Education and training, Pre-primary and primary education, underprivileged children education (sex worker, transgender and slum children), English language education, classroom practice, teaching methods and techniques, assessment and feedback practice and technology in education.
  Publications :

  • Ashrafuzzaman, M.; Babu, R. & Begum, M. (2010). Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat (SWOT) Analysis of Using Technology in ELT at Primary Level, NAEM Journal, 6(11), 70-76.
  • Rahman, M. F.; Babu, R.& Ashrafuzzaman, M. (2011). Assessment and Feedback Practices in the English Language Classroom, Journal of NELTA, 16(1-2), 97-106.
  • Ehsan, M. A.; Biswas, T. K; Ashrafuzzaman, M. (2012). Primary Teachers Training Program in Bangladesh: A Study on Good Practices and Challenges, Primary Education Journal(NAPE), Vol.6, No.1, (1-11).
  • Ehsan, M. A.; Shahrear, H. & Ashrafuzzaman, M. (2011). Gender Equality and Discrimination among the English Language Learners at Primary Level Education in Bangladesh, NAEM Journal, 7 (13), 53-59.
  • Babu, R.;Ashrafuzzaman, M. & Khanum, F. (2013). Collaborative Learning in English Language Classrooms: Advantages and Challenges, Academic Journal of Siddheswari Girls College, 3 (1), 55-66.
  • Ehsan, M. A.; Ashrafuzzaman, Md. & Das, A. R. (2013). Primary Teachers English Language Teaching and Learning: Change in Practice and Motivation, Teachers World, Journal of Education and Research,37-38, 45-55.
  • Babu, R.;Ashrafuzzaman, M.; & Begum, M.; Hossain, I. M. (2014). English Language Learning Journey of Rural Students: Cases from Bangladesh, NAEM Journal,9(18), 63-72.
  • Khan, Md., S., H., Ashrafuzzaman, Md. & Begum, M. (2014). Exploring the Practices of Giving Instructions in English Classroom at Primary Level, Teachers World, Journal of Education and Research, 41, 13-23.
  • Ashrafuzzaman, M. (2016). Impact of In-service Training on Teacher's Professional Life, Prime University Journal, 10(1), 32-46.
  • Sultana, S., & Ashrafuzzaman, M. (2016). Teachers Efficiency in Using Materials in English Classrooms: Cases from Elementary Grades of Bangladesh, The Online Journal of New Horizons in Education (TOJNED), 6(4), 211-222.
  • Ahmed, I. & Ashrafuzzaman, Md., (2018). English language Syllabus of MBSTU: An Evaluative Study, Phoenix, 1(1), 67-78
Published Book Chapter:
  • Shohel, M.M.C., Ashrafuzzaman, M., Nazmi, S.N., Das, A.R., Babu, R., Mubarak, M.F., et al. (2012). Impact of Education on Sex Workers and their Children: Case Studies from Bangladesh. In D.M. Sabet, T. Rahman and S. Ahmad (Eds.), Sex Workers and Their Children in Bangladesh: Addressing Risks and Vulnerabilities (pp. 158-180). Dhaka, Bangladesh: University of Liberal Arts Bangladeshs Center for Sustainable Development and ActionAid Bangladesh.
Conference Paper:
  • Ashrafuzzaman, M. & Babu, R. (2011). SWOT Analysis of Using Technology in ELT at Primary Level. BELTA National ELT Conference, 7-8 January, Rajshahi University, Bangladesh.
  • Shohel, M.M.C., Ashrafuzzaman, M. , Babu, R., Das, A.R., (2012). Impact of Education on Sex Workers and their Children: Case Studies from Bangladesh.International Conference on "Human Trafficking, Sex Workers and Their Children: Assessing Vulnerabilities and Exploring Responses in South Asia", 21-22 November, Senate Bhaban, Dhaka University, Bangladesh.
  • Khan, S. H. M., Aharafuzzaman, M. & Begum, M. (2014). Exploring the Practice of Giving Instruction in English Classroom at Primary Level. National ELT Conference on ELT Programmes, Pedagogy and Research: Issues and Challenges, 21 March 2014, Senate Bhaban, EIA-DU-OU (UK) Research Collaboration Programme, Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka.
  • Alam, A. A., Ashrafuzzaman, Md. & Khan, M. J. U. (2018). 8th BELTA International Conference 2018, Expanding Horizons in English language Education, January 12-14, 2018, IUB campus, Bangladesh.

  Experience :
  • Senior Lecturer, Prime University (From 1st February 2017 till date)
  • Lecturer, Prime University (From 12 October 2015 to 31st January 2017)
  • Adjunct Lecturer, Prime University (From 01 February 2013 to 30 May 2015)
  • Research Coordinator, EIA-DU-OU (UK) Research Collaboration Programme, IER, DU (From 01 January 2015 to 11 October 2015)
  • Research Fellow, EIA-DU-OU (UK) Research Collaboration Programme, IER, DU (From 01 November 2012 to 31 December 2014)
  • Researcher, EIA-DU-OU (UK) Research Collaboration Programme, IER, DU (From 01 June 2010 to 31 August 2012)
  • Team Leader, Case Studies on Underprivileged Children Education: Challenges of Access and Continuation NAEM Research Project (2016-17)
  • Team Leader, Challenges of Access to Education: Transgender of Bangladesh, NAEM Research Project (2015-16)
  • Team Member, English Language Learning Journey of Rural Students: Cases from Bangladesh, NAEM Research Project (2013-14)
  • Research Associate, Impact of Education on Sex Worker and Their children: Case Studies from Bangladesh, AECID, ActionAid, CSD, ULAB-LEADR Project (From July, 2012 to October 2012)
  • Member Secretary, Volunteer Service Committee, Prime University
  • Member, PRIME UNIVERSITY NEWSLETTER, Prime University
  • Member, The Ray, Prime University Magazine
  • Associate Member, National ELT Conference 2014, EIA-DU-OU (UK) Research Collaboration Programme, Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka.
  • Member, Dhaka University Alumni Association (DUAA), University of Dhaka.
  • Member, S M Hall Alumni Association, University of Dhaka.
  • Member, Bangladesh Forum for Educational Development (BAFED)
  • Member, Bangladesh English Language

Training Skill:

  • November 02 to December 27, 2015: Training of the Teachers for Tomorrow, Centre for Research, HRD and publications, Prime University
  • April 08-11, 2015: TOT, Reaching Out of School Children (ROSC) Phase II, ROSC Training Cell, Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka
  • April 24-26, 2012: Workshop on Data Processing & Analysis conducted by The Open University, UK (OU, UK) at IER, DU, Bangladesh
  • March, 2012: Workshop on Developing and Administering Instruments conducted by The Open University, UK (OU, UK) at IER, DU, Bangladesh
  • Resource Persons: Dr. Robina Shaheen, Sr Research Fellow from OU, UK and Dr. Sharmistha Das, Education Adviser, English In Action (DFID,UK) Resource Persons: Prof. Emeritus R. McCormick, Mr. Tanvir Ahmed from OU, UK and Dr. Sharmistha Das, Education Adviser, English In Action (DFID,UK)
  • June 21- 23, 2011 : Workshop & Training on Research Techniques & Methodology conducted by The Open University, UK (OU, UK) at IER, DU, Bangladesh
  • Resource Persons: Prof. Emeritus R. McCormick & Mr. Tanvir Ahmed from OU, UK
  • February 16-20, 2011: In-Service Training on Research Techniques & Methodology conducted by The Open University, UK at IER, DU, Bangladesh Resource Person: Dr. M. Mahruf Chowdhury, Research Fellow, OU, UK
  • December 08, 2010: Action Research in Education presented by Prof. Wood from University of Canterbury at IER, Dhaka University, Bangladesh

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