Faculty Profile

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    University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
  • PhD in Educational management and policy at the University of Queensland, Australia

    Educational Specialist (EdS) from the University of Massachusetts, USA

    MA in Educational Leadership and School Improvement at the University of Manchester

    MEd and  BEd from the University of Dhaka

Areas of Interest
Policy, quality assurance, pedagogy, professional development, postcolonialism, Ethics

Mohammad Tareque Rahman

Associate Professor & Director

Overview

Dr. Tareque taught at different world-renowned universities such as University of Massachusetts and University of Queensland. At the University of Massachusetts, he taught one of the foundation courses called Introduction to Education for all the freshmen and sophomore students. At the University of Queensland, he taught a senior level course titled, “Use of technology for innovation”. Before that Dr. Tareque worked for Save the children (in an education Project) for one and a half years and at the Institution of Educational Development (IED) for more than 2 years. Currently, Dr. Tareque is teaching at the General Education Department from the capacity as associate professor and also leading a center called the Center for Excellence of Teaching and Learning (CETL) which aims to strengthen the overall capacity and excellence of the existing academics at the university.

Research & Awards

Recent Awards:

  • Endeavour Scholarship for PhD studies at the University of Queensland.
  • University of Queensland Centennial Scholarship for PhD studies at the University of Queensland.
  • Teaching Assistantship for Educational Specialist degree (EdS) at the University of Massachusetts.
  • Merit and Equity Scholarship for Master of Arts studies, University of Manchester

 

Professional Activities:

Organize workshops, seminars for strengthening academics capacity and development, Organize conference and colloquium etc

Publications

Journal Articles

Rahman, M. T., Adhikary. B. K., Halder., D (2012). Building Partnership Among the Schools, Parents, and Communities in Changing Educational Trends: A Policy Analysis of Bangladeshi Perspectives. National Academy for Educational Management Journal, Vol 7, Issue 14.

Ahmed, S. S., Rahman., M. T. and Jahan., I. (2012) How Professional Networking Influence School Improvement and Student Learning. National Academy for Educational Management Journal, Vol 8, Issue 15.

Rahman, M. T. (2013). An ethnography of international students studying at a UK university. Lambert Academic Publication, Germany

Conference Proceedings

Privatization Education Research Initiatives (PERI), Johannesburg, 2013 

Rahman, M. T. (2014). EFA in Bangladesh: Challenges from research perspectives. Paper presented at CIES –NE regional Conference. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Rahman, M. T. (2014). Speaking to the power. Paper presented at the CIES –NE national Conference. Toronto.

Rahman, M. T. (2016). A preliminary analysis of the World Bank’s Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP) in Bangladesh. Paper presented at the Postgraduate Research Conference, School of Education, University of Queensland 

American Education Research Association (AERA), New York, 2017

Rahman, M. T. (2017). Struggles towards Postcolonial research ethics: A case study. Paper presented at the Postgraduate Research Conference, School of Education, University of Queensland.

Rahman, M. T. (2018). Towards new neoliberal participatory governance: an investigation of World Bank’s practices for managing the local others’ participation in development work. Paper presented at the Postgraduate Research Conference, School of Education, University of Queensland.

The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh and its curricula are accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, and approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of People's Republic of Bangladesh.

emk Since March, 2018, the University of ​Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) is associated with the EMK Center as its management partner along with the American Center of U.S. Embassy Dhaka.