Dr. Kinley, Asst. Professor
Philosophy of teaching and learning:
We live in a rapidly changing society, in the age of globalization and the information and communication revolution.In today’s world, we need to be able to strike a balance between flexibility and strategy.As educators, we must guide our students to discern between the potentials and prospects, the benefits and opportunities of globalization and the new information technologies on one hand, and the dangers, threats, and pitfalls on the other.Teaching today is a process of learning from your students, colleagues, parents, and the community. Accepting that every classroom has its own unique community; my role as an educator will be to assist each child in developing their own potential and learning styles.. It is our greatest responsibility today to nurture every child to assist develop in them the sense of freedom and responsibility in making the right choices in life.
PhD (Educational Technology); M.Sc (Botany); PgCE (Biology and Chemistry); B. Sc General.
Dean of Research and Industrial Linkages; Center Head for Innovation in Science Education and Research; Assistant Professor; Head Department of Professional Studies; and Lecturer.
Dean of Research and Industrial Linkages; Module tutor for Advanced Studies II Biology (ADS 602); Dissertation Proposal Supervisor for M. Ed.
Membership in External Bodies:
Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Australia
Dorji, C., Kinley., Rinchen. S. (2019). Current Practice of Computer Health Problems: A Study of Samtse College of Educan Office Staff Based on Ergonomics. Proceedings of the 1stInternational Conference in the Digital Ecosystem 2019. Kuching, Malaysia.
Impedovo, M. A., Kinley., Malik, S. K. (2019). Online Professional Learning: Pakistan and Bhutan Teacher-Educators in Digital Landscape. Proceedings of the 1stInternational Conference in the Digital Ecosystem 2019. Kuching, Malaysia.
Kinley. (2016). PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PARTICIPATORY DESIGN: An Attempt to Enhance ICT Use in Teaching at the Royal University of Bhutan. PhD Thesis, e-Learning Lab, Aalborg University: Denmark
Kinley., Choeda., Dukpa, D., Penjor, T., Dorji, C. (2016). Conceptualization and Implementation: A Preliminary Study of two central schools in Samtse. Educational Innovation and Practice: A biannual journal of Samtse College of Education, 2 (1), 35-53.
Zander, P-O., Choeda ., Penjor, T., Kinley. (2016). Gross National Happiness in the Context of Networked Learning. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Networked Learning 2016, ISBN 978-1-86220-324-2, Lancaster: UK (http://www.networkedlearningconference.org.uk/abstracts/pdf/P09.pdf)
Choeda., Kinley. (2013). Implementation of Teaching Skills and Strategies in Schools: A Study of Graduates of a Teacher Education Program. Bhutan Journal of Research and Development (BJRD), 2 (1), 53-63.
Kinley, K., Zander, P. O., Georgsen, M., & Choeda. (2013). The usage of ICT for teaching at a Bhutanese College. INTED2013 Proceedings (pp. 4126-4135). Valencia: International Association of Technology Education and Development.
Current research engagement:
- Current Practice of Computer Usage and Related Health Problems: A Study of RUB Staffs Based on Ergonomics
- Green School a Pathway to Infuse GNH in Education
Bhutan Education Leadership Award 2018.
Educational Technology; Social Research; Educational Research; Action Research; Natural Science Research – Applied.
Email address: Kinley.email@example.com