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PhD in Applied Linguistics, Hiroshima University, Japan.
MA in Applied Linguistics, Hiroshima University, Japan.
MA in English, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
BA (Honors) in English, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Dr. Moriam Quadir completed her PhD degree in the area of Applied Linguistics and ELT (English Language Teaching), from Hiroshima University, Japan. She also completed MA in Applied Linguistics from the same University. Before, she completed BA and MA in English from the Department of English, University of Dhaka.
Dr. Quadir received International Communication Foundation's (ICF), Tokyo, Japan, Research Scholarship in 2006. She was awarded Monbukagakoshu Scholarship of Japan Ministry of Education (https://www.mext.go.jp/result_js.htm?q=&search=x#resultstop) for PhD study. She received a research and publication award from East West University in 2009.
Dr. Quadir has been working in the Department of English, East West University, since May 2009. She served the Convener position of Self-Assessment Committee (SAC) of the department under Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the university from 2016 to 2018. Currently, she is the Chair of Program Self Assessment Committee (PSAC) formed under IQAC, East West University.
Position served/ Have been serving
Associate Professor, Department of English, East West University, January, 2015 to present.
Chair, Program Self-Assessment Committee (PSAC), 2019 to present.
Convener, SAC (Self-Assessment Committee) of IQAC, Department of English, East West University. 2016 –2018
Chair, Department of English, East West University, Dhaka. 2013-2015.
Assistant Professor, Department of English, East West University, May 2009 to December, 2014.
Assistant Language Teacher, Hiroshima Prefectural Kurose Senior High School, Kurose, Hiroshima, Japan. 2003-2006. http://www.kurose-h.hiroshima-c.ed.jp/
Teaching Assistant, IDEC, Graduate School of International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan. 2005-2006. https://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/idec
Training on Teaching Learning
Attended the online symposium “Student Satisfaction and Quality of Higher Education” on June 19, 2021, organized by the Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of East West University.
Attended the online workshop “New Spaces in Language Education: challenges for theory and practice” on March 27, 2021, organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA).
Attended the online workshop “Transition from Traditional to Outcome-Based Education: Call of the Hour” on November 13 & 14, 2020, organized by East West University, Bangladesh.
Attended the online Forum “Event: NIAD-QE University Quality Assurance Forum” on September 23, 2020, organized by National Institute for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education (NIAD-QE), Japan.
Attended the workshop “Bloom’s Taxonomy and Course Lesson Plan” on August 6, 2016, organized by East West University, Bangladesh.
Attended the workshop “SA report format, Learning outcomes, and Lesson plan” on April 17, 2016, organized by East West University, Bangladesh.
- L2 learners’ individual difference (ID)
- Learner autonomy
- Innovative teaching approaches
- Academic writing
Quadir Moriam (2021) TEACHING FACTORS THAT AFFECT STUDENTS’ LEARNING MOTIVATION: BANGLADESHI EFL STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS. TEFLIN Journal, 32 (2), pp. 295-315.
Quadir Moriam (2021). EFL Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of Sources of Students’ Demotivation: A Comparative Study. PASAA, 61 (1), pp. 201-226. https://www.culi.chula.ac.th/publicationsonline/files/article/W7t4h7AEuUFri31825.pdf
Quadir Moriam (2019). Exploring English Language Learning Demotivation in Bangladesh. THT Journal, 7 (1), 65-90.
Quadir Moriam (2017). Let Us Listen to Our Students: An Analysis of Demotivation to Study English in Bangladesh. The English Teacher, 46 (3), 128-141.
Quadir Moriam (2014).Relationships between Learners’ Motivation Factors and Speaking Strategy Factors to Learn Oral Communication in English. The English Teacher, 43 (3), 113-135. https://journals.melta.org.my/TET/downloads/tet43_03_02.pdf
Quadir Moriam (2011). A Comparative Study of English and Non-English Major University Students’ Motivation to Learn English Oral Communication. East West Journal of Humanities, 2, 91-111.
Quadir Moriam (2009). Do English and Non-English Major University Students Use the Same EFL Speaking Strategies in Bangladesh? Asian English Studies, 11, 49-68.
Quadir Moriam (2008). A Study on English and Non-English Major University Students’ Motivation to Learn Spoken English in Bangladesh. JACET Chugoku- Shikoku Chapter Research Bulletin, 5, 39-56.
Quadir Moriam (2008). A Study on Motivation and Strategy Use of Bangladeshi University Students to Learn Spoken English. Journal of International Development and Co-operation,14,51-66. https://ir.lib.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/journal/JIDC/14/2/article/29776
Tadashi Nishida and Quadir Moriam (2006). A Comparative Study of Speaking Strategy Use of EFL College Students in Japan and Bangladesh. [JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers) Chugoku- Shikoku Chapter Research Bulletin,3, 71-86.
Quadir Moriam (2005). Speaking Strategy Use by the EFL Students in Japan and Bangladesh. Journal of International Development and Co-operation, 12,33-47. https://ir.lib.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/journal/JIDC/12/1/article/29768
Quadir M. Moriam (2014). Analysis of Motivation and Strategy Use of Bangladeshi University Students to Learn English Oral Communication. Proceedings of the 12th International Asia TEFL Conference and 23rd MELTA International Conference, 28-30 August 2014, pp. 629-638. http://repository.unika.ac.id/id/eprint/16878
Quadir M. Moriam (2012). Comparing English and Non-English Major University Students’ Motivation to Learn Oral Communication in English, Proceedings of the 21st MELTA International Conference, 28-29 May 2012, pp. 309-322.
Quadir M. Moriam (2009). Do English and Non-English Major University Students Use the Same EFL Speaking strategies in Bangladesh? Proceedings of the 24th National Conference of The Japanese Association for Asian Englishes, December 6, 2008, pp. 9-14.
Conference and Seminar
The Asian conference on language learning (ACLL) 2018, Kobe Art center, Kobe, Japan, April 27-29, 2018.
Asia TEFL 12th International Conference 2014, Borneo Convention Center, Kuching, Sarwak, Malaysia, August 28-30, 2014.
21st MELTA (Malaysia English Language Teachers’ Association) International Conference, Sunway Putra Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 28-29, 2012.
The 2009 Asia TEFL International Conference, The Imperial Queens Park Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand August 7-9, 2009.
24th National Conference of the Japanese Association for Asian Englishes. Aoyama Gkuin University, Tokyo. December 6th, 2008.
JACET Annual Convention, Hiroshima International Center, Hiroshima. July 6, 2008.
39th JACET Chugoku-Shikoku Chapter Annual Convention. Shimane, Japan. 21st June, 2008.
Annual convention on JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers). Hiroshima, Japan. 25th November, 2007.
36th Annual convention Of JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers). Okayama, Japan. 25th June 2005.
22nd JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers) Chugoku- Shikoku Regional convention, Shimane, Japan, 11th June 2005.
JACET (Japan Association of College English Teachers) Chugoku- Shikoku Chapter Meeting, Hiroshima, 16th October 2004.
- Reviewer, IAFOR, International Academic Forum, 2018- 2021. https://iafor.org/
- Reviewer, Spectrum, Journal of the Department of English, University of Dhaka, 2019.
- Reviewer, DUET Journal, Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology, Gazipur, 2019.
- Reviewer, East West Journal of Humanities (EWJH), East West University, 2018.
- Member, Abstract Review Committee: 1st Multidisciplinary International Conference on the Social and Life Sciences
Gender, Health, Information and Environment
February 27-29, 2020
Supervisor: Master Dissertation, Department of English, East West University
- Tawhida Wahed: Research title: Foreign Language Speaking Anxiety during Oral Presentation among Bangladeshi Tertiary Level EFL Students: Causal Factors and Coping Strategies. (2020-2021)
- Mohammad Mehedi Hasan Khan, Research title: Use of Metacognitive Language Learning Strategies to Learn English at Secondary Level. (2019)
- Sharmin Akter Mitul, Research title: Challenges in Speaking English of Tertiary Level Students in Bangladesh. (2019)
- Sumaiya Akter, Research title: An Investigation of the Use of Language Learning Strategies of Bangladeshi Learners: Secondary Schools in Focus (2018-2019)
- Jannat Shaila Karim, Research title: Role of Classroom Environment in Learning English. (2017-2018)
External Examiner: MA thesis, Department of Language Education, IER, University of Dhaka, 2018.
- Asia TEFL (Asian Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language)
- Alumni Association, IDEC (Graduate School of International Development and Co-operation), Hiroshima University, Japan.
- BELTA: Bangladesh English Language Teachers’ Association.