MM Shahidul Hassan | The Daily Star
  • MM Shahidul Hassan

  • How universities can improve student satisfaction and quality of learning

    Societies in both developed and developing countries are increasingly aware of the vital role that university graduates can play to advance their economies. Many examples can be cited where graduates helped to pull their countries out of recession (David Willetts 2017).
  • Creating a generation of learners and innovators

    The curriculum for any undergraduate programme is highly influenced by the social, physical, economic and cultural environment. Consequently, with the change of any such setting(s), its development process will also change. The great economist and Nobel Laureate, Wassily Leontief, wrote in 1953 that “labour will become less and less important… More and more workers will be replaced by machines.”
  • engineering education

    Rethinking engineering education in Bangladesh

    During the twentieth century, engineering education in the developed countries underwent a remarkable transformation.
  • A new learning paradigm

    In the beginning of the twentieth century, a growing number of educators, professionals and representatives of the business community in western countries began to realise the shortcomings of the traditional education (TE) system.
  • Thinking School: A catalyst for transformational change in education

    It's a common scene to see children in our streets in the early morning going to school, carrying heavy bags full of books on their shoulders.