Nipa Nasrin has completed BA (Hons.) and MA in English Language and Literature from the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. She worked as a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant at the Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, United States. She was a teacher in Summerfield International School, Mohammadpur, Dhaka. At present, she is a lecturer at the BRAC Institute of Languages (BIL), BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Nipa Nasrin is a member of the Fulbright Alumni Association of Bangladesh (FAAB) and US State Alumni Association.
She has great interest in teaching English as a foreign/second language (EFL/ESL). She has experience in Primary and secondary school teacher training and material development. Developing English learning material named “English in Schools” for the national daily (The Daily Star) is also a part of her diverse work experience. Nipa Nasrin was involved in various BRAC programs called “Medhabikash”, “Post-HSC Medhabikash” and short course for BRAC employees. Along with these, working with the international project called MYTEC, Open University, UK, shows her interest in teacher training and developing the teaching and learning of English as foreign language in the secondary and higher secondary levels in Bangladesh. She is interested in research and two of her publications are “In Richard Wright's Native Son, The Gaze Of The White Eye, Ironically Self-blinding, Works As Panopticon and Makes The Black Go Blind” and “Cultural Communication Through Social Media and the Second or Foreign Language Learning”. Her work on Language Learning through social media in the EFL/ESL classes got accepted for exemplary work presentation at the Indiana University, USA.
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