Innovations in teaching and learning through contextualized approaches to increase the quality, relevance and sustainability of education in Nepal.
Roshani Rajbanshi, Ph.D is a post-doctoral fellow candidate under NORHED fellowship at School of Education, Kathmandu University, Lalitpur, Nepal. She earned her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from New Mexico State University with major in Educational Learning Technology and minor in Biology.
She has couple of publications in journals. She attended and presented at regional, national, and international conferences. She worked as a graduate assistant in STEM Outreach Center and facilitated many professional development activities related to STEM topics. She wrote many STEM related curriculum guides for summer institute and afterschool programs which were implemented in public schools with great success. She taught in various schools, college as well as in university. She was also invited to present as guest speaker in universities. While working as an Academic Director for Nepali Students’ Association (NeSA) she organized International Conference where many international students presented.
She has friendly personality, is a team player and enthusiastic to learn and explore new ideas. Currently, she is interested in doing research STEAM education, professional development for teachers, technology use in classroom and science education.