Rasman is a Lecturer at the Department of English Education of Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. His main research interests are multilingual education, multilingual identity, and language policy. He holds an MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (with distinction) from the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. He is currently doing a PhD in Education at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.
Lecturer, Yogyakarta State University
Translanguaging and minoritized language maintenance: Lessons from Indonesia, The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies
Demystifying teacher cognition-action divide: Unfolding teacher cognition through shared intentionality in a grammar microteaching session, Asian EFL Journal.
Overseas teaching experience and motivational currents: The case of EFL pre-service teachers in Indonesia, Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics.
To translanguage or not to translanguage? The multilingual practice in an indonesian EFL classroom, Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics.
The Association for the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language in Indonesia (TEFLIN)
The Association for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages in Asia (TESOL-Asia)
The UK Association for Language Testing and Assessment (UKALTA)