Habiburrahim is a Director of the Center for Language and Teaching Staff Development of State Islamic University of Ar-Raniry Darussalam – Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Dr. Habiburrahim earned his Ph.D. Degree from Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, majoring in Curriculum Development (2014). He completed two master degree, one is from Texas A&M University, Texas – USA, majoring in Higher Educational Management (2006), the other one from Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia, majoring in Master of Human Resources Management (2002). He had served as Human resource manager inUnited Nations Human Settlement Program (UN-HABITAT) Banda Aceh (2008-2010) and ECD (Early Childhood Development) Researcher, UNICEF Banda Aceh, Indonesia (2008). His research interest inlcudes curriculum development, research on language, teaching and training, and educational management. Some of his publications are “Integrating graduate attributes into Islamic higher education curricula in Aceh, Indonesia. In Orrell, J. Curtis, D (Eds.), 2016. Publishing higher degree research: Making the transition from student to researcher. The Netherlands: Sense Publishers”; “Our unique journey in pursuit of a PhD. In Margaret Kiley, ed. Naratives of Transition: Perspectives of Research Leaders, Educators and Postgraduates” (Proceedings of the 2012 Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference) Canberra, ACT: The Australian National University. 10th Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference: Narratives of Transition: Perspectives of Research Leaders, Educators and Postgraduates. Adelaide, SA. Apr 2012, pp. 71-81.


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