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Sumaiya Chowdhury

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Sumaiya Khanam Chowdhury is a PhD student of the Faculty of Education, Queen’s University. Her PhD focuses on how secondary school teachers can support students’ well-being while using classroom assessment. She is doing a comparative case study analysis in Canada and Bangladesh. She examined the “Side effect of Assessment,” a concept of Dr. Derek Rowntree, and found that teachers un/consciously are responsible for some side effects. Currently, she is looking at the SWBM (Student Well-being Model) and PERMA model to construct her work. As Background, she worked as an Assistant Professor at Jagannath University and as an Education Consultant for the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) of Bangladesh. She has work experience in Inclusive Education, Inter-generation Education Programs and Education Leadership. Sumaiya completed her Bachelor of Education, Master of Education in Educational Evaluation and Research, Graduate Diploma in Development Students, and Master of Population Science from the University of Dhaka. She also Studied Master of Arts in Education Leadership at the University of Manchester.

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