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Imran Anjum

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Imran Anjum

PhD Candidate

Room A008, Building A, Newnham Campus

+61 4 0576 3245 (phone)

Imran.Anjum@utas.edu.au

Biography

  • MEd (2009), 'Professional development practices and reforms for teachers of adults in Pakistani', University of Melbourne, Australia
  • International Assessor Award (2002), City & Guilds of London Institute, UK
  • International Diploma in Teaching and Training (2001), City & Guilds of London Institute, UK
  • BA (English Literature and Journalism) (1994), Government College Lahore, Pakistan

Achievements

  • Aug 2014 - Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarship, University of Tasmania
  • Aug 2014 - Tuition Scholarship, University of Tasmania
  • Jul 2008 - Australian Postgraduate Award, University of Melbourne
  • Jul 2008 - Australian Postgraduate Tuition Scholarship, University of Melbourne

Publications

Books

Refereed Research Articles

Career summary

Languages (other than English)

  • Urdu – expert user
  • Punjab – expert user

Memberships

Professional practice

  • 2010 to now:  HERDSA Member (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia)
  • 2009 to now: University of Melbourne Alumni Association

Teaching

Teacher development (designs, practices and management) Research methods Programme evaluation Academic writing

Teaching expertise

  • Visiting Faculty (permanent) - Lahore College for Women University, Lahore, Pakistan - July 2009 to Nov 2014
    Teaching: Teacher Development, Discourse Analysis, Phonetics and Phonology, Qualitative Research Methods
    Research: Research Supervisor
  • Visiting Faculty (part time) - Beaconhouse National University, Lahore, Pakistan - April 2012 to Jun 2014
    Teaching: Performance Management and Professional Development, Human Resources Management, International Perspectives on Education
    Research: Research Supervisor and Research Examiner
  • Visiting Faculty Member (part time) - Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore, Pakistan - 2012 to 2013
    Teaching: Academic Writing, Research Methods