Amrit Bahadur Poudel
I am an experienced educator. I believe in continuous learning which helps me to grow as a trainer, a mentor, and an educator. My works focus around my eagerness to collaborate with others and push myself on providing opportunities for better learning opportunities for 21st-century children. I am enthusiastic to work towards creating a learning space “schools like a home and home like a school”. Every child is individual on his/her own. I believe that mathematics education can act as an agent of connecting knowledge with the social and solid relationship of wider community, society and state. Today’s need is to go beyond the modern education. I aim is to see joy and happiness, male and female, mind and heart, reason and emotion, prose and poetry in mathematics education. I am curious about: What does it mean to set up a vision for reforming work strategy as a mathematics educator? What are the possible ways to collaborate with educators, research practitioner and other stakeholders? What are the assumptions of learning of mathematics in the future dominant epistemology of digital turns in education? How am I contributing mathematics education for economic access, full citizenship, and higher educations?
- Training, coaching, and mentoring
- Parent Education
- School Support Programs (School library, Math and Science Lab)
- Research in Education
- Curriculum and Assessment design
Manager- Training, Curriculum and Assessment, Teach for Nepal, Kantipath Jamal, Kathmandu. Master of Philosophy in Mathematics Education, Kathmandu University, School of Education