Mr. Dorji Drukpa, Asst. Professor

Philosophy of teaching and learning:

Provide a brief description of your personal philosophy of teaching and learning and any other details that can market you as an academic. The whole writing here could be done in not more than TEN sentences.

I believe that all students are unique, valuable individuals who all learn in different ways, and come to institute with varying backgrounds, languages, ethnic diversities, interests and needs. My job is to try to build on their strengths and experiences to engage them in learning the curriculum that I am required to teach.

I think that the best way to do this is to look at the standards and the text materials provided, and use them to plan lessons that employ many different modalities, such as those defined by Howard Gardner’s seven intelligences. I take full responsibility for the job of trying to reach and teach every student, so that all may become successful in my classroom and that they build a love of learning and the self-confidence to reach for the future they want to achieve.


Academic/Educational Qualification:

Sl.QualificationUniversityYears attended
FromTo
1MAUniversity of Nottingham, UK20022003
2PGCEInstitute of Education, London University, UK19891990
3BAPanjab University, Chandigarh, India19811983
4ISCSherubtse College, Delhi University, India19791981

Professional experience:

Sl.Name of AgencyPosition TitlePosition LevelPeriodPlace of Posting
FromTo
1Samtse College of EducationAssistant ProfessorES21.1.14ContinuingSamtse
2-do-Senior Lecturer4/P1 A1.1.1031.12.13Samtse
3-do-Lecturer5/P1 B1.1.0631.12.09Samtse
4Education DepartmentEMO61.1.0031.12.05Thimphu
5Education DepartmentHeadmaster71.1.9531.12.99P/Gatshel LSS
6-do--do-83.7.9031.12.94-do-
7-do-Teacher101.8.872.7.90-do-

 


Current responsibilities:

  • Class Adviser, B Ed III (S) Arts B

Membership in External Bodies: 


Publications: 

1.

Title of articleThe state of Integration of the Virtual Learning Environment and ICT into the pedagogy of the Royal University of Bhutan: A descriptive study.
Name of referred journalInternational Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT) Vol. 12, Issue 1, pp. 71-88
Year of publication2016

 

2.

Title of articleConceptualization and implementation: A preliminary study of two central schools in Samtse
Name of non-referred journalEducational Innovation and Practice: Academic Journal of Samtse College of Education, Issue I (2), 53-63.
Year of publication2016

 

3.

Title of articleWorld Culture and ICT Use: A study from Bhutan
Name of referred journalCulTech: on Cultural Diversity and Technology Design, Available at: http://vbn.aau.dk/en/publications/world-culture-and-ict-use–a-study-from-bhutan%28c8e1c55d-ef22-4005-ac5b-43d1292933eb%29.html
Year of publication2015

 

Title of articleThe ICT-Integrated Pedagogy in the Colleges of Royal University of Bhutan.
Name of referred journalThe Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (SDIWC). Available at:

sdiwc.net/digital-library/web-admin/upload-pdf/00000926.pdf

Year of publication2014

 

Title of article‘Tense Switching in Oral Narrative: A Discourse Analysis’
Name of non-referred journalRig-Gter – Academic Journal of College, Vol. 5, 24-56.
Year of publication2011

Current research engagement: 


Awards: 


Research interest: 

Language Studies


Email address:  ddukpa.sce@rub.edu.bt