Mohammad Nure Alam Siddique

Mohammad Nure Alam Siddique
Title: PhD Student
Location: Clayton campus, Building 6, Room G11
Phone: +610399024864
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Biography

After obtaining a B Sc (Honours) and an M Sc degree in Chemistry from the University of Dhaka, I started working as a Scientific Officer in the Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (BCSIR). Then I joined the Institute of Education and Research (IER), University of Dhaka as a Lecturer of Chemistry. After joining IER, I have become very enthusiastic to work in the field of Education and completed a Master of Education (Mathematics and Science Education) degree from Monash University. My areas of research interest include Values in science and science education, Nature of Science/ Ideas about science, Science education reform, Science Literacy, Teacher education and, Sustainability and Education.

Research topic

Values promoted through secondary science education in Bangladesh

Keywords

Values, Science values, value promotion

Supervisor(s)

Deborah Corrigan and Stephen Keast

Publications

  • 2010

    Siddique, M. N. A. (2010, 1-3 July). Promoting scientific values through secondary science teaching. Paper presented at the 41st Annual ASERA Conference, Port Stephens, New South Wales, Australia.

  • 2009

    Siddique, M. N. A., Rahman, S. M. H., & Gomes, J. J. (2009). Prospective Science Teachers’ and Educators’ Views and Understanding of Ideas about Science. NAEM Journal – A Journal of Education Management. 4 (8), 47-59.

    Siddique, M. N. A. (2009, 24-28 June). Values Promoted through Secondary Science Education in Bangladesh. Paper presented at the Tenth International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching (IHPST) Group Biennial Conference, South Bend, Indiana. Abstract can be accessed from http://www.nd.edu/~ihpst09/papers-5.html

  • 2008

    Siddique, M. N. A. (2008). Ideas about science portrayed in the existing and proposed science curricula of grades IX-X in Bangladesh [Electronic Version]. Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 9(2), Article 1. Can be accessed from http://www.ied.edu.hk/apfslt/v9_issue2/mohammad/

    Siddique, M. N. A. (2008). The proposed reform of secondary education in Bangladesh: is science neglected or promoted? Proceedings of the 17th Biennial Conference of the ASAA. Can be accessed from http://arts.monash.edu.au/mai/asaa/proceedings.php/

    Siddique, M. N. A. (2008, 20-21 October). Becoming a reflective and meta-cognitive learner and a constructivist-reflective practitioner: A teacher educator’s narratives. Paper presented at the 4th international Conference on University Learning and Teaching, Shah Alam, Malaysia.

  • 2007

    Siddique, M. N. A., & Rahman, S. M. H. (2007). Introducing open investigation in secondary science practical work: Prospects and challenges in the context of Bangladesh. Teacher's World, 30-31(June-December), 19-33.

    Rahman, S. M. H., & Siddique, M. N. A. (2007). Assessment policy and practice at the Institute of Education and Research: A reflective study. Teacher's World, 30-31(June-December), 77-92.

    Rahman, S. M. H., Siddique, M. N. A., & Begum, H. A. (2007). Content analysis of the new Bachelor of Education (B Ed) curriculum for the secondary school teachers in Bangladesh. Proshikhayan – A Journal of Training and Development, 15(2), 23-34.

  • 2006

    Siddique, M. N. A. (2006). A Critical Review of Higher Secondary Chemistry Curriculum of 1995. Teacher's World, 28-29(June), 1-14.

    Siddique, M. N. A. (2006). Scientific literacy for all students or science for only future scientists? A critical review of literature from Bangladesh perspective. The CDR Journal (A journal of Center for Development Research), 1(2), 107-121.

  • 2005

    Siddique, M. N. A., & Khan, M. A. (2005). Satyendra Nath Bose's educational thoughts. Bangladesh Asiatic Society Patrika [in Bengali], 23(1 and 2), 95-108.