Nazarbayev University
Graduate School of Education

Graduate School of Education

Мир Афзал Тажик

Профиль

Мир Афзал Тажик
Положение:
Ассоциированный профессор
Рабочий телефон:
+7 7172 694965
Specializations:
Higher education
назад

Образование:

PhD, 2004, Изменения в образовании / улучшение школ, Институт исследований в Онтарио, Университет Торонто (OISE / UT) Канада

От реформаторов образования до специалиста по развитию сообщества: меняющаяся роль специалистов образования

MEd, 1998, Педагогическое образование, Университет Ага Хана, Институт развития образования (AKU-IED), Пакистан

Влияние мнений учителей о математике на их практику преподавания математики

Преподаваемые дисциплины в ВШО:

  • EDSE 609 (MSc-SE), Введение в лидерство в образовании (осенний семестр 2016 г., летний семестр 2017 г.)
  • EDUC 640 (MSc-SE), Семинар по подготовке диссертационного исследования (осенний семинар 2016 г., весенний семинар 2017 г., летний файл 2017 г., осенний файл 2017 г.)
  • EDUC 670 / 671 (MSc-SE), Стажировка / рабочий проект (весенний семестр 2017 г., 2018 г.)
  • EDSE 632 (MSc-SE), Улучшение школы и ее эффективность (осенний семестр 2017 г.)
  • ERUC 675 (MSc-SE), Обучение работе (весенний семестр 2018 г.)

Тематические области научной специализации:

Школьное образование

Высшее образование

Прочие перекрестные вопросы в образовании

Подтемы исследования:

лидерство, преподавание и обучение, улучшение школы и ее эффективность, школьное управление на уровне сообщества; изменения в образовании, педагогическое образование; институт гражданского общества, мир и плюрализм

Географические области специализации исследования: Пакистан, Афганистан, Таджикистан, Казахстан

Финансируемые проекты:

  • Вопросы качества образования в сельских школах Казахстана, 2018-2020 гг., 62 507 долл. США: проект, финансируемый в рамках гранта на развитие профессорско-преподавательского состава НУ: основной исследователь
  • Эффективность Международной стипендиальной программы «Болашак» (2017-2018 гг.): Проект, финансируемый Центром международных программ, Министерством образования и науки, Казахстан: член исследовательской группы.
  • Борьба выпускников с академическим чтением и письмом, 2016-2018 годы, 12 000 долл. США: проект, финансируемый Университетом Ага Хана, Пакистан: основной со-исследователь
  • Роль институтов гражданского общества в содействии разнообразию и плюрализму в Пакистане, 2013-2016 годы: 3,16 миллиона рупий (около 31 000 долл. США): проект, финансируемый Комиссией высшего образования Пакистана: основной исследователь
  • Характер учебного опыта магистрантов и применение обучения, 2014-2015 годы, 10 000 долл. США: проект, финансируемый DFATD, Канада (в рамках проекта STEP): основной со-исследователь
  • Изучение эффективности 4 показательных школ сообщества в Северном Пакистане, 2011-2012 гг., 8,8 млн. рупий (около 8 тыс. долл. США): проект, финансируемый службами образования Университета Ага-хана, Пакистан: основной исследователь
  • Успехи и проблемы специалистов районного образования в Пакистане, 2010-2012 гг., 0,7 миллиона рупий (около 7 000 долл. США): проект, финансируемый Ed-Links, Университет Ага Хана, Пакистан: старший научный сотрудник
  • Исследование воздействия программ наращивания потенциала AKU-IED в Афганистане, 2009-2011 гг., 0,5 млн. рупий (около 5 000 долл. США): проект финансируется Университетом Ага Хана, Пакистан: основной исследователь
  • Оценочное исследование Ага Хан Личе, Хорог, Таджикистан, 2005-2006 гг.: проект, финансируемый сетью развития Ага Хана: основной исследователь

Публикации и презентации:

 СТАТЬИ И ГЛАВЫ КНИГ

  • Bashiruddin, A. & Tajik, M. A. (2018: in press). The nature of experience of MEd graduates sponsored by the Strengthening Teacher Education in Pakistan (STEP) Project: A phenomenological study. In T. Ali and S. Niyozov (Eds.) Lessons from Implementation of Educational Reform in Pakistan: Implications for Policy and Practice. Oxford University Press, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2018—in press). Promoting Peace and Pluralism in the Rural, Mountainous Region of Chitral, Pakistan, in C. Faucher & D. Qadamzoda (Eds.), Identity, History and Trans-Nationality in Central Asia: The Mountain Communities of Pamir. Routledge, London.
  • Jenson, J., Pitzalis, M., DeYoung, A. & Tajik, M.A. (2018-in press). Thinking about the future: Global mountain students and educational choices, in Kingsolver & S. Balasundaram (Eds.), Global Mountain Regions: A Dialogue Toward the Future. Bloomingon, Indiana, USA.
  • Bashiruddin, A. Tajik, M.A. & Rizvi, N.F. (2017: under review). Introduction, in A. Bashiruddin and N. Rizvi (Eds), Signature Pedagogies of AKU-IED, Pakistan. Oxford University Press, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2012). Improving the quality of education through enhancing teacher’s capacity. In A. Bashiruddin & Z. Bana (Eds.) Education in Pakistan: Learning from research partnerships. Oxford University Press, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2011). Change agents’ orientations to change: experience from Pakistan. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(2) 1-13
  • Tajik. M. A. (2010). Change strategies of change agents. In J. Khaki and Q. Safdar (Eds.) Educational Leadership in Pakistan: Ideals and Realities. Oxford University Press, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2008). External change agents in developed and developing countries. International Journal of Improving Schools, 2(3) 251-271
  • Ashraf, D., Khaki, J., Shamatov, D., Tajik, M. A., & Vazir, N. (2005). Reconceptualization of teacher education: Experiences from multicultural developing country context. International Journal of Transformative Education, 3(3), 271-288
  • Ashraf, D., Khaki, J., Shamatov, D., Tajik, M. A., & Vazir, N. (2004). Addressing multicultural issues in teacher education: Experiences from Pakistan. In K. Mundel & D. Schugurensky (Eds.), Lifelong citizenship learning, participatory democracy and social change (Volume I, pp. 100-107). Toronto, Canada: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2002). From the peripheries of Himalayas to the Entrance of OISE/UT: A reflective journey toward professionalism. Journal of Among Teachers Community, 31(September 2001), 23-24.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2001). Discovery, construction and reconstruction of the Past through telling and retelling the stories I live. Journal of Among Teachers Community, 29(January 2001), 2-3.
  • Tajik, M. A. (1998). Teachers’ understanding of word problems. In B. Jaworski (Ed.), Learning mathematics with understanding. AKU-IED, Karachi: Pakistan.

BOOK

Ashraf, D. Tajik, M.A. & Niyozv, S. (2017). Educational Policies in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan: Contested Terrain in Twenty-First Century. Lexington Books, USA.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Tajik, M. A. (2018). Students’ experiences of academic reading and writing in graduate program in Pakistan. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, (May 10—11, 2018), KIMEP University, Almaty, Kazakhstan.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2018). Evaluation of Bolashak International Scholarship Program in Kazakhstan. Paper presented at the International Conference of Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), (March 25—29, 2018), Mexico City.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2018). Graduates struggles with academic reading and writing. Paper presented at the International Conference of Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), (March 25—29, 2018), Mexico City.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2017). Transforming Teachers as Agents of Change: A Qualitative Case Study. Paper presented at the 2nd International conference on future Education (November 16—18, 2017), Rome, Italy.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2017). Educational Policies in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan: Contested Terrain in the Twenty-First Century. Book Panel Presentation at the CESS conference, (June 29 to July 2, 2017), Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. (Presented through Skype).
  • Tajik, M. A. and Shamatov, D. (2017). Teaching research and supervision of masters and PhD students: Experience from NUGSE. Paper presented at the VI Eurasian Higher Education Leaders’ Forum: Governance, Management and Leadership in Higher Education (May 31st—June 1st, 2017), Kazakhstan.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2015). Nature of experiences of MEd graduates and how these experience have helped their own professional growth and their ability to bring about positive changes in their schools. Paper presented in the International Conference held on November 19—21, 2015, AKU-IED, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2014). Building communities by building schools in the rural, mountainous regions of Pakistan. Paper presented in the International Conference of Comparative International Education Society (CIES), March 10—16, 2014, Toronto, Canada;
  • Tajik, M.A. (2013). Self-help community development in the rural, mountainous districts of Northern Pakistan. The 14th Annual Conference of Central Eurasian Studies Society, October 3 - 6, 2013, University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA
  • Tajik, M.A. (2012). The Tooth-less Tigers: Role perceptions of District Education Officers in Pakistan. Paper presented in the International Conference, November 1—3, 2012, AKU-IED Karachi.
  • Tajik, M.A. ( 2011). Reforms in Primary Education: Experience from PDC, Chitral. Paper presented at the Annual Research Institute, November 28—30, 2011, AKU-IED, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2011). Lessons Learnt from Institutional Partnerships: Pak-Norway Institutional Cooperation. Paper presented at the Two-Day Research Seminar, June 5—6, 2011, Bara Gali, Peshawar University.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2008). Improving the Quality of Education through Improving Teachers’ Capacity: Policy Implications for Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. Paper presented at the International Conference on Higher Education in Pakistan: Trends and Prospects, July 18—25, 2008, Bara Gali, Peshawar University.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2008). The Role of Teachers’ Professional Development for Improving the Quality of Education. Paper presented at the Educational Seminar, February 2008, Chitral, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2006). Transforming Teachers and Teaching Practices in Afghanistan. Paper presented at International Conference on Learning Together for Tomorrow: Education for Sustainable development. December 6—8, 2006, UNESCO Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2006). Strategies and Orientations to Change. Paper presented at the International Conference on Quality in Education: Teaching and Leadership in Challenging Times, February 21—23, 2006, The Aga Khan University, Institute for Educational Development, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2006). Strategies for Making School Change and Community Development as Mutually Supportive Courses of Action. Paper presented at the International Conference on Local Governance, Texts and Contexts: South Asian Education Experience in Knowledge Generation, February 1—2, 2006, Lahore, Pakistan.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2005). From Educational Reformers to Community Developers: The Changing Role of Field Education Officers in Pakistan. Paper presented at the Comparative International Educational Society (CIES), March, 2005, Stanford University, CA, USA.
  • Tajik, M.A. (2003). Reconceptualization of Teacher Education: Experiences from Multicultural Developing Country Context. Paper presented at the international conference on Transformative Learning Communities (TLC), October, 2003, OISE/UT, Toronto: Canada.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2003). Change Knowledge of Field Education Officers of AKES,P. Paper presented at the Comparative International Educational Society (CIES), March, 2003, New Orleans: USA.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2003). Teaching History in Post-Soviet Central Asian States. Paper presented at the International Conference on Central Asian Studies, November, 2003, Toronto: Canada.
  • Tajik, M. A. (2001). Professionalizing Teacher Education: A Change Model from Pakistan. Paper presented at the International Congress on School Improvement and Effectiveness (ICSIE), January, 2001, Toronto: Canada.