I have established a youtube educational channel (www.youtube.com/biologybd) which have 271,703 viewers and 1,073 subscriber. From this channel Lots of teachers and students download video clips for educational purpose.
UNDP website comment about my classroom and the achievement of Digital Bangladesh.
UNDPIn the capital, Dhaka, five multimedia classrooms and a computer laboratory with 25 computers have been installed in Agroni School and College giving students an opportunity to learn from computer-generated tables, graphics and maps.
“Nowadays we can find all the latest information on the Internet,” said Gazi Sallaudin Sidikki, a teacher at Agroni. “We are using the Internet to download images, video and animation and creating content for use in class. This makes student learning more complete.”
The Daily Star (Star Campus), the leading News Paper of Bangladesh published my thinking about education of Bangladesh.
Gazi Salauddin Siddiquee, a lecturer from Agrani Schools and College, Dhaka, says, “We have major problems in our overall education system. In our country, students despite completing their secondary and higher secondary levels of education, hardly develop any practical knowledge to apply in productive activities. The curriculum followed in educational institutions, whether it is a school, college or a university, is too bookish in nature and does not involve any practical skills. I think instead of producing so many university graduates, we should focus on vocational education and training in schools which would let the students grow as potential manpower and would secure their economic independence as they will be eligible to directly apply their skills to productive fields of labour and can earn a good deal both at home and abroad. University education should be preserved for those who desire to achieve an in-depth knowledge on certain subjects and want to solve a particular problem or to increase the theoretical body related to their respective field of study through intensive research work.”