Senior Lecturer.To teach the young effectively using experiences with affectionately.

Last Updated: 11th March 2020 (over 2 years ago)

United Kingdom


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Age Range
35 to 44

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Arabic, English


Young Reliable professional who understands the very best ways to get students interested in biology and is equipped with the positive attitude and patience necessary to teach special education with extensive experience working with students at secondary (O-level) and higher secondary (A-level) level. As a teacher with 10 years plus of experience, I am excited about the opportunity to apply my skills and experience in your school as a Biology teacher role. Trained in special education working with students, including perceiving and dealing with their functions as well as extensive mentoring and tutoring experience. Organized as well as being successful as providing the structural special need students require to flourish in an academic setting. In addition to my Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Master’s in Entomology I also have PGD in Water Resources and Flood Management. I am passionate about teaching and helping students come to love the act of learning. Specializes in general and human biology


University of Chittagong

   Jan 2009
— Dec 2010


Inst.: University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Dept.: Entomology
Duration: One year
Session: 2008-2009
Year: 2009 (Held in 2011)
Result: CGPA: 3.83 (out of 4.00 Scale)
Position: Fifth.

B.Sc. (Hons):
Inst.: University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Subject: Zoology
Duration: Four Years
Session: 2004-2005
Year: 2008 (Held in 2010)
Result: CGPA: 3.73 (out of 4.00 Scale),
Position: Third

Inst.: Institute of Water Resources and Flood Management (IWFM),
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh.
Subject: Water Resources and Flood Management
Duration: 1 year
Session: 2012-2013
Result: Appeared

Inst. : Govt. Gouripur College, Mymensingh, Dhaka.
Group: Science
Year: 2003
Result: First Division
Board: Dhaka Board.

Inst. Ashujia J.N.C. Institution, Netrakona, Mymensingh.
Group: Science
Year: 2000
Result: First Division
Board: Dhaka

(Duration: Six months)

(A) Challenges of Global Poverty. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), USA.
(B) Forests and Forest Livelihood in Developing Countries. University of British Columbia, USA.
(C) Natural Disasters. McGill University, Canada.
(D) Inclusive leadership. Catalyst Inc.
(E) Applying Strategic Leadership in Education. Newcastle University, England.
(F) Teaching & Learning in the Diverse Classroom. Cornell University,USA.
(G) Leading Ambitious Teaching and Learning. University of Michigan, USA.


Sherwood International Pvt. School and College
Senior Lecturer

   Sep 2016
— Current

1. Teaching and educating students according to their academic needs, abilities and attainment potential.
2. Implementing daily activities that engage children science lesson and language using songs, games, books, images, videos etc.
3. Planning, prepare and deliver lectures to secondary and college students on topics such as Molecular biology, Cytology, Genetics, Physiology, Anatomy, Ecology, Cell chemistry, Microbiology, Taxonomy, Biogeography.
4. Making, correcting and giving feedback on the work done by students.
5. Providing guidance and advice to students on educational and social matters.
6. Raising pupil attainment across Key stages.
7. Maintaining good order and discipline amongst students whilst they are in class.
8. Looking out for children who are being bullied.
9. Taking the classroom attendance register at the start of the day.
10. Maintaining accurate records of pupil’s progress and development.
11. Discuss among teachers to prepare a schedule and distribute the homework as per the schedule to avoid over burdening of the students.
12. Consistently commended for ability to redirect students exhibiting behavior problems by replacing disruptive, unproductive patterns with positive behaviors. As a result, selected to lead district-wide in-service on classroom management.
13. Leveraging Cooperative Learning Model.
14. Using Concept-based planning, teaching and assessment.
15. Making pupil inquirer, knowledgeable, thinker, communicator and reflectors.
16. Focusing on to make them open minded, principled, caring, risk taker, courageous and balanced.
17. Conducting authentic assessment to convert them from a little to a lot.
18. Trying to develop the structure of knowledge using facts, topics, concepts and to principles that is able to meaning making, transferable and acquisitive.
19. Driving them to transferable (familiar to unfamiliar), problem solving (simple to challenging complex), critically judge able (recall to analyzing evaluation).
20. Applying level indicator (not yet, developing, approaching meets or goes beyond).
21. Evaluate and grade students' class work, laboratory work, assignments, and papers.
22. Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.
23. Compile, administer, and grade examinations, or assign this work to others.
24. Supervise students' laboratory work.
25. Keep abreast of developments in their field by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.
26. Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records.
27. Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions.
28. Plan, evaluate, and revise course content, and course materials and methods of instruction.
29. Advise students on academic and vocational curricula, and on career issues.
30. Maintain regularly scheduled office hours in order to advise and assist students.
31. Select and obtain materials and supplies such as textbooks and laboratory equipment.
32. Collaborate with colleagues to address teaching and research issues.
33. Serve on academic or administrative committees that deal with institutional policies, departmental matters, and academic issues.
34. Participate in student recruitment, registration, and placement activities.
35. Perform administrative duties such as serving as department head.
36. Act as advisers to student organizations.
37. Participate in campus and community events.
38. Attended the morning assembly daily on time.
39. Addressed the students on moral principles, social and environment issues.
40. Maintained the Teacher’s Diary regularly with the lesson plan.
41. Reached the class on time for teaching.
42. Evaluate the students from time in time
43. Conducted regular meetings and discuss the methods to improve the performance of students in the subject as faculty in-charges.
44. Prepared well each and every aspect of the lesson before the delivery of the lesson
45. Motivated the students before the actual delivery of the lesson
46. Linked the topic with the previous knowledge of the students
47. Developed and used the relevant teaching aid
48. Used a combination of different methods and techniques of teaching
49. Interacted with the students to induce curiosity, motivate, and provoke thinking, imagination and application of the concept taught.
50. Given activity/application- based work/assignment beyond the book, with guidance to use various resources and keep a record of the work given
51. Maintained cleanliness and discipline.
52. Made best use of the laboratory and use models, lab equipment, apparatus to show experiments to the children, on a regular basis
53. Make a schedule for the practicals and ensure that the entries in the records and files are not copied from each other
54. Given project work, evaluate it and record the marks/grades
55. Encouraged students to prepare and participate in science exhibitions and help them in preparing working models
56. Encouraged students to develop reading habits by consulting various science journals, magazines etc.
57. Not imposed own values and decisions on students/ parents/ teachers.
58. Not leaked information received in confidence unless absolutely essential.
59. Not biased in opinion about students and
60. Not humiliated a child to corporal punishment.

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