Dr Kinley has a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. He also holds M.Sc. in (Science & Technology Education) from Mahidol University, Thailand after a Bachelor of Education (Secondary) in Mathematics and Physics from Samtse College of Education under the Royal University of Bhutan. Dr Kinley worked as a Senior Research Officer at Bhutan Council for School Examination and Assessments (BCSEA) under the Ministry of Education, Bhutan. Before that, he taught Mathematics, Physics and Computer Studies in the schools of Bhutan for more than ten years before joining BCSEA. He has published many articles and books in the field of mathematics education, STEM and Gross National Happiness (GNH). He also attended several other courses aimed at strengthening his professional competencies within Bhutan and outside the country.

Publications

  • Employing contextual examples and graphing activities to enhance students’ understanding of the relationship between differentiation and integration in calculus
  • Grade twelve students establishing the relationship between differential and integral calculus using graphs
  • Contextual and graphing activities to teach the fundamentals of calculus and the relationship between differentiation and integration for grade eleven students
  • Rural tourism In Bhutan: A Tool to achieve Gross National Happiness
  • The review: Approaches in teaching calculus
  • Grade Twelve Students Establishing the Relationship Between Differentiation and Integration in Calculus Using graphs
  • Contextual and graphing activities to teach the fundamentals of calculus and the relationship between differentiation and integration for grade eleven students

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