Dr. Md. Shahadat Hossain Khan
completed his PhD from the University of Sydney, Australia. He has been working as a Professor of the department of Technical and Vocational Education (TVE), at the Islamic University of Technology (IUT), Bangladesh, since 2018. He has been working (teaching and research) in TVET sectors since 2004. He was awarded Australian Leadership Award Scholarship (Australia), Graduate Research Scholarship (Brunei), Skill-Road Scholarship (Seoul University, South Korea) based on his outstanding academic results, teaching and research expertise. His research area mainly explores on two wide directions: Technology education and TVET sectors. More specifically, he has a wide experience on ICT-enhanced teaching and learning, Curriculum development in tertiary level, Professional development particularly focus on scholarship in teaching (student-centered teaching, ICT-integration, flipped classroom pedagogy during COVID-19 & Beyond) at national and international levels. In TVET sector, he is researching on TVET pedagogy, technology integration in TVET sectors & eTPD Model, and TVET reforms. Currently his research also focuses on TPCK (Technological, Pedagogical, Content, Knowledge) Framework in national and international contexts. He works as an international editorial member of many indexed journals. His research works published in the TOP RANKED ISI/SSCI indexed journals. Hence, his published journals and books chapters have already contributed internationally, few examples are worth to cite in this regard:
(i) I developed five teaching approaches (ICT-enhanced) based on strategy framework, which is a new innovation in the area of teacher education; (ii) My collaborative research work provided a new approach in understanding TPACK framework particularly when a teacher is planning to use ICT in teaching and learning. This piece of work contributed new insights towards existing knowledge that extended the TPACK framework; and (iii) Mobile learning: Identify different ways of using mobile devices in student learning. The preliminary findings have been reported as a book Chapter in Mobile Learning Design: Theories and Application: Springer.
PhD (ICT Education, The University of Sydney, Australia); MSc & PGD (Technical Education, IUT, Bangladesh); and BSc (Electrical & Electronic Engineering, IUT, Bangladesh)