Md Golam Jamil
- Primary position:
- Postgraduate research student
Md Golam Jamil is a Senior Lecturer in English (on study leave) at the Centre for Languages of Brac University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Additionally, he is a Core Trainer of the Teaching Learning Centre (TLC) and the Development Professionals’ Programme (DevPro) of the same university. Before joining here he served as a Lecturer in English under Bangladesh Civil Service Education Cadre; worked as a Teacher Trainer and Material Developer in the Post Primary Basic and Continuing Education (PACE) programme of Brac, the world’s largest non-government development organization; and taught English and History at an elementary school in Dhaka.
Jamil completed his Bachelor and Master programmes in English Literature in 2001 and 2002 respectively; and his Master of Letters in English Language Teaching (ELT) in 2009.
Jamil, M.G. (2010). Promoting learner autonomy on a university course of English for Academic Purposes: A Brac University Case Study, Brac University Journal, VII (1 & 2): 45-52.
Jamil, M.G. (2010). Proceedings of Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association’s 15th International Conference, Nepal: 71-74.
Jamil, M.G. and Chowdhury, R. A. (2011, May). Exploring ‘fun’ in ‘language play’ for adult learners.
Presented at the 5th BELTA International Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Jamil, M.G. and Islam, M. A. (2009, January). Considerations of the ‘trait emotional intelligence’ for
the children at custodial institutions. Presented at the International Conference on Child Friendly
Inclusive Education, Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Jamil, M.G. (2008, January). Incorporating sociolinguistic elements in language teaching through
translated native literature: a book review of English for Today, Book XI-XII. Presented at the
Seminar on Aspects of Language and Literary Studies, Stamford University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A ‘Lexicogrammatical’ approach to teaching English prepositions, under the supervision of Dr Clare
Kearns, English Language Teaching, University of St. Andrews, Scotland.
• e-learning in ‘vulnerable’ educational context
• technology-enhanced teaching/learning at secondary schools
• ‘realistic’ and ‘anthropological’ investigations to the ‘social variables’
• learner autonomy
• academic writing courses for university students
MPhil/PhD research topic:
An exploration of technology enhanced teacher education: A Case Study of Brac’s use of Computer Assisted Learning
Dr Zhen Li/Dr Martin Dyke
VC Scholarship and Southampton Education School Award
Primary research group: Lifelong and Work-Related Learning (LaWRL) Research Centre
Mr Md Golam Jamil
Southampton Education School
University of Southampton