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General Education

General Education Program

Goals

  1. Develop and continually improve oral and written communication skills.
  2. Increase awareness of Islamic culture, ethics, and personal values.
  3. Acquire well-rounded general knowledge skills in order to function effectively in modern society.
  4. Develop problem-solving skills for use in both academic and professional settings.
  5. Acquire and use information literacy skills.
  6. Maintain a quest for lifelong learning and personal development.

 

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the CUCA General Education Program will be able to:

  1. Use information technology in business.
  2. Solve mathematical and environmental science problems.
  3. Think critically, ethically and culturally.
  4. Demonstrate English literacy.
  5. Study effectively for personal and professional development.

General Education Courses

Sr. Course Code Course Number Course Name
1 ACS 101 Communication Skills in Arabic
2 ACSE 101 Communication Skills (For non-Arabs)
3 BUS 204 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
4 CIS 101 Computer Fundamentals
5 CISA 101 Applications of Information Technology
6 ENG 101 English I
7 ENG 102 English II
8 ENGA 101 English I
9 ENGA 102 English II
10 ENV 201 Environmental Science
11 ENVA 201 Introduction to Environmental Science
12 HUM 101 Critical Thinking
13 HUMA 101 Critical Thinking
14 ISLA 201 Islamic Studies in Arabic
15 MGT 310 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
16 MTH 101 College Mathematics
17 MTHA 101 Principles of Mathematics
18 PSYA 101 Introduction to Psychology
19 REL 201 Islamic Studies
20 RELA 201 Islamic Studies in Arabic
21 RME 301 Research Methods
22 SCI 101 Science and Life
23 SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
24 SOCA 101 Introduction to Sociology
25 SRMA 101 Research Methodology for Law
26 SSS 101 Study Skills
27 SSSA 101 Study Skills
28 STE 201 Statistics
29 UAE 201 UAE Studies
30 UAEA 201 UAE Studies in Arabic

Course Descriptions

General Education Courses

 

ACS    101:     Communication Skills in Arabic 

This course comprises the principal requirements that teach students the basic skills they need for learning Arabic Language such as listening, speaking, reading and writing through shortlisting some texts from the Holy Quran, the honorable Prophetic Sunnah. This course also aims at enabling students to communicate and express their own views and persuade other people and absorb their knowledge and expertise. Furthermore, it aims at qualifying students to solve the problems that require making the right decision to achieve their goals by utilizing the basic skills of Arabic language in different linguistic situations effectively.

 

ACSE    101:     Communication Skills (for non-Arabs) 

This course comprises the principal requirements that teach students the basic skills they need for learning Arabic Language such as listening, speaking, reading and writing through shortlisting some texts from the Holy Quran, the honorable Prophetic Sunnah. This course also aims at enabling students to communicate and express their own views and persuade other people and absorb their knowledge and expertise. Furthermore, it aims at qualifying students to solve the problems that require making the right decision to achieve their goals by utilizing the basic skills of Arabic language in different linguistic situations effectively.

 

BUS 204:    Innovation and Entrepreneurship 

In this course, students explore the key theories and research on entrepreneurship and innovation, and then examine their application in the broader and contemporary context. This includes corporate and public services, emerging technologies and economies, sustainability and development, and creating and capturing value from entrepreneurship and innovation. Readings, case studies, and discussions help organize the course material with clear and essential links between entrepreneurship and innovation. Finally, students will develop a comprehensive business plan.

 

CIS 101: Computer Applications

This course offers students exposure to basic personal computer operation and commonly-used programs. Included is familiarization with and practical use of word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, database, network, and internet software. 

 

 CISA 101: Application of Information Technology 

This course is an introduction to computer sciences. It focuses on understanding how computers work and the relation between their operation and their hardware and software. This course illustrates how software is used in word processing, creating spreadsheets, and designing databases and presentations. The course starts by familiarizing students with the definition of a computer, outlining the most important hardware used for input, output, processing and storage and discussing the relation between IT and the community, the problems related to the use of computers, precautions observed when using them and the attention paid to information confidentiality and security. Besides, the course offers students exposure to the privacy concerns related to using the computer, viruses and relevant means of protection, security of software and data, and the ethics and morals of using the computer. Finally, the course presents the commonly-used programs and their application by featuring the most recent software.

 

ENG 101: English I

This course is designed to instruct college Students in how to read academic texts with understanding and how to use them in a variety of Disciplines. The rhetoric chapters teach critical reading, paraphrasing, summarizing, quoting, writing process, synthesizing, analyzing, researching, and Developing arguments. The anthology balances journal articles with works by public intellectuals in the sciences, social sciences and humanities.

 

 ENG 102: English II

This course gives Students a basic introduction to fiction, literary non-fiction, poetry, and drama and helps develop them creative skills in each area. Each genre section is self-contained and includes complete works as examples along with helpful advice about how to draw on the variety of techniques they use. The style is informal, practical, and positive.

 

ENGA 101:  English I 

This course is designed to develop oral and written communication skills. It assists students with building new skills and refining previous English skills. The course presents a variety of grammatical structures in a functional manner that would help promote the learner´s communicative competence, improves fluency, and expands familiarity with common vocabulary. It also provides learners with basic English skills such as listening, reading and writing while also encouraging speaking in the classroom context.

 

ENGA 102    : English II  

This course aims at developing the students’ communication standard by building on the previously acquired skills in ENGA 101. The variety of the grammar elements presented through this course will enhance the students’ written standard and push their communicative competence to a higher degree. Besides, this course helps students improve their listening skills and enrich their vocabulary, which gives them more self-confidence when trying to communicate in English. On another level, this course improves the students’ reading skill through in-class and assigned readings to be done outside the classroom.

 

ENV 201: Environmental Science 

This interdisciplinary approach to our world emphasizes the history of environmental concerns, species interaction (both with each other and their environment), air, water, soil and biological resources, population dynamics, toxicology, energy sources, waste management, renewable energy, hazardous chemicals and other related topics. Basic principles of science are incorporated throughout the course.

 

ENVA 201:  Introduction to Environmental Science   

This course addresses the concept of environment, the ecological system, the problem of resources exhaustion and maintenance, reasons for starvation catastrophes in the world, food production, environmental contamination, its reasons, components, distribution and the forms and risks of contamination. In addition, the course focuses on the significance and protection of wild and marine plantations and animals. Finally, the course sheds light on the importance of energy and metallic minerals in the ecological system as well as all forms of desertification.

 

HUM 101: Critical Thinking

This course explores the process of thinking critically and helps students think more clearly, insightfully, and effectively. Relevant examples drawn from student experiences and contemporary situations help students develop the abilities to solve problems, analyze issues, and make informed decisions in their academic, career, and personal lives. The course includes substantive readings, structured writing assignments, and ongoing discussions designed to help students develop language skills while fostering sophisticated thinking abilities.

 

HUMA 101: Critical Thinking 

This course explores the process of thinking critically and helps students think more clearly, insightfully, and effectively. Relevant examples drawn from student experiences and contemporary situations help students develop the abilities to solve problems, analyze issues, and make informed decisions in their academic, career, and personal lives. The course includes substantive readings, structured writing assignments, and ongoing discussions designed to help students develop language skills while fostering sophisticated thinking abilities.

 

ISLA 201: Islamic Studies  

This course discusses the linguistic and technical meanings of culture as well as the concept of Islamic culture and its relation to the comparative terms such as religion, science, thought and civilization. The course also discusses the relation between the Islamic culture and other cultures as well as the role of Islamic culture in realizing development. The course outlines the basic sources of Islamic culture (Quran and Prophetic Traditions) and its additional secondary sources (Prophet’s Biography, Unanimous Agreement of Muslim Scholars, Analogy and Customary Traditions). The course sheds light on the peculiar features of the Islamic culture such as attitude, comprehensiveness, moderation and balance, humanitarianism and positive realism as well as its main fields (faith, acts of worship and morality). This course manifests the most important contemporary trends such as the various forms of cultural invasion (proselytism, orientalism and westernization) and the approach adopted by the Islamic culture towards secularism and globalization.

 

MGT 310: Innovation and Entrepreneurship  

In this course, students explore the key theories and research on entrepreneurship and innovation, and then examine their application in the broader and contemporary context. This includes corporate and public services, emerging technologies and economies, sustainability and development, and creating and capturing value from entrepreneurship and innovation. Readings, case studies, and discussions help organize the course material with clear and essential links between entrepreneurship and innovation. Finally, students will develop a comprehensive business plan.

 

MTH 101: College Mathematics

This course provides a sound, intuitive understanding of the basic concepts students need as they Pursue careers in business, economics, plus life and social sciences. It includes a brief review of intermediate functions that, graphs, algebra, equations and inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear and non-linear systems, graphing of conic sections, along with single variable calculus, which includes: limits, continuity, derivatives, and applications of derivatives as well as indefinite and definite integrals and some applications.

 

MTHA 101: Principles of Mathematics 

This course familiarizes students with real figures, solution of‎simultaneous inequalities, algebra, linear factors and equations, their systems, graphs of equations and mathematical functions needed by students in their university study.

 

PSYA 101 : Introduction to Psychology  

This course includes a full explanation of the basic principles of psychology in terms of its origin, development and branches, and trying to apply those principles in daily and practical life. This course introduces the student to the most important schools in the field of psychology with a focus on learning, motivation and perception. In addition to research on personality and memory, what is the nervous system, colorful intelligence, and what are mental illnesses and ways to treat them. It also adds important information about identifying the strengths and weaknesses of any personality, and what facts and capabilities a person has for the purpose of benefiting from them in knowing the points of imbalance and turning them into strengths.

 

REL 201: Islamic Studies

The Islamic Studies course introduces Islam in a manner that the students can relate it to their life and the society at large. The pillars of Eeman and Islam are taught with a view to explain what Islam stands for as a code of life. The culture of Islam is explained in detail in a comparative way with the other cultures. The course begins with the basics of Islam. The main teachings of Islam are imparted with a modern outlook, relating it to the current world and its challenges. It shows the great role of Islamic civilization on humanity. The course is taught with a view to provide solutions to the existing problems in the light of Islam. 

 

RELA 201: Islamic Studies in Arabic  

This course discusses the linguistic and technical meanings of culture as well as the concept of Islamic culture and its relation to the comparative terms such as religion, science, thought and civilization. The course also discusses the relation between the Islamic culture and other cultures as well as the role of Islamic culture in realizing development. The course outlines the basic sources of Islamic culture (Quran and Prophetic Traditions) and its additional secondary sources (Prophet’s Biography, Unanimous Agreement of Muslim Scholars, Analogy and Customary Traditions). The course sheds light on the peculiar features of the Islamic culture such as attitude, comprehensiveness, moderation and balance, humanitarianism and positive realism as well as its main fields (faith, acts of worship and morality). This course manifests the most important contemporary trends such as the various forms of cultural invasion (proselytism, orientalism and westernization) and the approach adopted by the Islamic culture towards secularism and globalization.

 

RME 301: Research Methods

The course is designed to introduce research process where students learn to understand the problems and formulate research questions and hypotheses. Students gain insight into choosing the right research design, construction of research instruments, sampling, both qualitative and quantitative data collection, data analysis and report presentation.

 

SCI 101: Science and Life

This course covers a variety of issues such as the cell, nutrition, environment, contamination, extinction, energy and the development of science. These modules assist the students in increasing their knowledge base on the concept of science, human life and its contemporary requirements including the environment, contamination and the optimal utilization of energy.

 

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology

This course is an introduction to the study of people and interaction with each other, the environment, and various social groups. Students develop awareness of the relationship between individual beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors, plus the greater society and culture. They will also learn how to apply sociological concepts to current issues that affect individuals, modern society, and the international community.

 

SOCA 101:  Introduction to Sociology  

This course is an introduction to the study of people and interaction with each other, the environment, and various social groups. Students develop awareness of the relationship between individual beliefs, Attitudes, and Behaviors, plus the Greater society and culture. They will also learn how to apply sociological concepts to current issues that affect individuals, modern society, and the international community.

 

SRMA 101: Research Methodology for Law  

This course addresses two main axes. The first axis covers a general definition of the methodologies of scientific research, stages and steps of preparing a research as well as the research policy. The students shall be familiarized with the means of using resources and references included in web pages.

The second axis more specifically teaches students the methods and resources of legal research and how they are used in writing research papers. It also sheds light on the formal and objective aspects of legal writing in a manner, which develops the students’ skills in writing, analyzing and preparing future researches and studies. This course also includes an applied part as the students shall be commissioned to prepare a research on one of the legal issues under the supervision of a specialized professor in the field of the research. The supervisor shall discuss the students in their researches.

 

SSS 101: Study Skills

This course Equips Students with the study skills needed for success in undergraduate studies. Also It is useful for acquiring skills that can be used in personal lives as well as in the workplace. Several students learn techniques they can use in the areas of communication, research practices, teamwork, computer literacy, creativity, critical thinking, presentation skills, and overall literacy.

 

SSSA 101: Study Skills  

The course introduces the development of the mental and behavioral aspect of personal aspects, and supports it with the necessary academic competencies of self-management and self-development skills. It also seeks to confirm and establish basic concepts in building and developing the owner of the student’s personality, as well as acquiring knowledge and excellence industry, planning for the future and managing time and making sure to present creative ideas and communication Successful and conflict management, and everything that leads to creativity studying and preparing for exams, the use of the library and writing scientific research.

 

STE  201 : Statistics

This course is designed to understand common statistical computations and their practical uses in health care settings. Topics explored include the current health care industry, basic math and statistical computations, vital statistics and mortality rates, census and occupancy rates. The course includes theoretical and practical lectures to keep students engaged in the material, while ensuring a practical and discerning knowledge of key data and statistical concepts.

 

UAE 201: UAE Studies

This course presents the foundations of United Arab Emirates society with special emphasis on the historical, social, economic, political, and cultural aspects.

 

UAEA 201 : UAE Studies in Arabic   

This course studies the humanitarian communities in general and pays a special attention to the general features and main components of the UAE community including UAE geographic location, population, demographic growth, gender and general composition of its people. The course also discusses the economic and geographical aspects of the population, family issues, family and tribal systems, and the nature of rule in the tribal community. The course addresses the nature of services provided to the community during the pre and post-oil stages and studies the role of cultural, educational, and media organizations as well as their services provided to the UAE community.

Faculty Profiles

Name: Prof. Fawzi Al Ghazali

Academic Position: Department Chair & Professor

Email: f.alghazali@cuca.ae   

College/Department:

Chair of General Education Department

Education:

  • PhD in Applied Linguistics / University of Salford Manchester, UK, 2009.
  • MA in TEFL/TESL / University of Birmingham, UK, 2006.
  • BA (Hons) in English Language and Literature, Monofia University, Egypt.
  • Certificate of English Language Teaching for Adults (CELTA), International House, 2008
  • International Computer Driving License (ICDL), 2004.

Professional Experience:

  • (A) Academic:
  • Professor of Applied Linguistics
  • Taught different levels of courses to UG and PG students
  • Presented in many academic conferences in different countries
  • Published more than 50 peer-reviewed research papers and two books.
  • (B) Committees:
  • Chair of the academic & accreditation committee
  • Chair of the recruitment committee
  • Chair of the scholarship committee
  • Chair of the students’ affairs committee
  • Chair of the library affairs committee
  • (C) Awards:
  • Middle East Education Leadership Award, 2017
  • The Abu Dhabi University Research Award, 2015

Teaching Areas:

  • Applied Linguistics Courses: Sociolinguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics, & Language Acquisition.
  • TESOL Courses: Methods and Techniques of Language Teaching, Curriculum Development, Language Assessment, Introduction to the Study of ELT, Classroom Management, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, & Psychology of Language Learner.
  • Language Courses: English for Academic/Specific Purposes (EAP/ESP), English for Business Communications, English for Media,
  • Social Sciences Courses: Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of Work, Ethics, Human Behavior in Cross-Cultural Context, & Human Rights in Law and Sharia.

Research Areas:

  • Impact of social Milieu on language acquisition
  • Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA)
  • Lexical Collocation and Linguistic Development
  • Learner Autonomy in Language Learning
  • Cognitive and Social Constructivism
  • Task-Based Language Learning
  • Impact of Washback Theory on Language Proficiency

Journal Reviewer & Membership:

  • Reviewer of the TESOL Arabia and MENA Conference
  • Reviewer of the IOJET
  • Reviewer of the GLOBELT International Conference
  • Member of Learner Autonomy (AILA) Committee

Conference Presentation:

  • GLOBELT International Conference
  • GLOBETS International Conference
  • TESOL Arabia International Conference
  • ADU International Research Conference

Publications:

  • (A) Academic Publications:
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2020). Challenges and Opportunities of Fostering Learner Autonomy and Self-Access Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal; 11(3):114-127, 2020. https://bit.ly/3Ed8jjo  
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2020). “Utilizing Social Networking Sites for Reinforcing the Linguistic

Competence of EFL Learners”. Journal of Language & Linguistic Studies. 16/2 (580-594). https://bit.ly/2bYhC0c

  • Al Ghazali, F. (2018). “Understanding the Sociolinguistic Variation in EFL among Arab Siblings”. Journal of Language and Linguistics Studies. V. 14/4, (3.1-315). The Record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/MhMFIy.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2018). The Linguistic Variation in English as a Lingua Franca. Paper presented at GLOBELT 2018 Conference on May 10th, 2018. Belgrade: Serbia.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2018). “Independent Language Learners in ESOL”. The TESOL Encyclopaedia of English Language Teaching, First Edition. Edited by John I. Liontas (Project Editor: Margo DelliCarpini; Volume Editor: Ali Shehadeh), Hoboken, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/2bYhzS4.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2017). Scrutinizing the Factors Affecting Fluency of English among Arab learners. European Journal of Educational Research, 6(2), 135-144. doi: 10.12973/eu-jer.6.2.135. The record can be accessed on https://bit.ly/2bew1Fb.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2017). Enhancing Comprehensible Input Using Authentic Dialectical Tasks. TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai (9-11 March, 2017).
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2017). Awareness of critical Discourse Analysis Underpins Learners’ Sociolinguistic Competence and Language Use. Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics 3(2) 349–366. The record can be accessed at https://bit.ly/2bYhCxe.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2017). Critical discourse analysis promotes learners’ linguistic competence and language use. Paper presented at GLOBELT 2017 Conference on May 18th, 2017. https://bit.ly/MhMGfA.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2016). Extensive Reading Strategies in EFL Classrooms. Deutschland, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. The record can be approached at https://bit.ly/2bYhAp6.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2016). Using Extensive Strategies to Enhance Reading Comprehension. TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai. https://bit.ly/MhMI7c.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2016). Assessing the Impact of Washback Theory on Language Proficiency: A Case Study from an Arab Context. Asian Association of Language Assessment (ALAA), Bali, Indonesia.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2015). Windows on Language Learning: The Constructivist Paradigm. Abu Dhabi University 4th International Research Conference (ADU ARC).
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2015). Reinforcing Students’ Collocational Competence in EFL Classrooms. In Modern Journal of Applied Linguistics. Vol.7/3, 244-261. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/2bYhD4g.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2015). Awareness of Lexical Collocations Improves Language Productive Skills. TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai. https://bit.ly/MhMGw6.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2015). Peer Feedback for Peer Learning and Sharing. In D. Palfreyman (ed.) Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives. Vol. 12/1, 1-13. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/2bYhAW8.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2014). Enhancing Peer Editing Skills Promotes Classroom Collaboration. TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai. https://bit.ly/2bYhDBi.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2014). A Critical Overview of Designing and Conducting Focus Group Interviews in Applied Linguistics Research. American Journal of Educational Research, 2(1), 6-12. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/MhMH38.
  • Al Ghazali, F. and Etherington, S. (2014). An Investigation of Students’ Beliefs about Autonomy in the UAE Context. In McLaren, P.; Al-Hamly, M.; Coombe, C.; Davidson, P.; Gunn, C. & Troudi, S. (eds.) From KG to College to Career. (pp. 288-298). Dubai: TESOL Arabia Publications.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2013). Understanding Aspects of Autonomy in the UAE Context: the Pragmatic View of Autonomy. Deutschland, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. The e-book record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/2bYhBta.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2013). Towards a Contextual Approach for Promoting Autonomy in Language Learning. In P. Davidson, M. Al-Hamly, C. Coombe, S. Troudi, and C. Gunn (eds.) Achieving Excellence through Life Skills Education. (pp. 190-198), Dubai: TESOL Arabia Publications. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/MhMIUK.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2013). Utilizing the Bottom-Up Approach for Promoting Autonomy. TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai: UAE.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2013). Learner Autonomy: Identity of the Concept and Models of Promoting It. Qatar TESOL Conference, Doha.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2012). Autonomy between Physical Support and Learners’ Beliefs. TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2011). Learner Autonomy between Technical and Social Perspectives. In Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) (pp. 51-59). Manchester: The University of Salford. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/2bYhDRO.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2011). Investigating Students’ Beliefs about Autonomy in Learning English. AILA Conference, Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2010). Learner Autonomy: Many Perspectives and Different Beliefs. SPARC Conference, Salford, UK.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2008). CEPA: Retrospective and Prospective Views. TESOL Arabia, Abu Dhabi Chamber.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2007). The Relationship between Self-Access Centers and Sociocultural Elements in Language Learning. Birmingham: The University of Birmingham. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/MhMHAa.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2007). Models and Techniques of Designing Reading Comprehension Tests. Birmingham: The University of Birmingham. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/JcZIJN.  
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2006). The Presentation-Practice-Production Vs. Consciousness-Raising: Which Is Efficient in Teaching Grammar? Birmingham: The University of Birmingham. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/MhMJrM.
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2006). First Language Acquisition Vs. Second Language Learning: What Is the Difference? Birmingham: The University of Birmingham. The record can be viewed at https://bit.ly/MhMJYO.
  • (B) Newspapers & Research Centers’ Publications:
  • Al Ghazali, F. (2020). Euro Fatwa: Another Vehicle of Muslim Brotherhood Extremism.

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Name: Mohammad Mahmoud Alrabeei

Academic Position: Assistant Professor  and Deputy Department  Chair .

Email: m.mahmoud@cuca.ae

College/Department:

General Education Department; and is under the Professional Diploma in Teaching.

Education:

❶Doctorate-  Educational  Psychology /Evaluation and measurement  (2010);

❷ Master in  Educational Psychology

❸Bachelors Elementary Education

❹ Additional Credentials/ Certifications:

Leadership and management

Guidance and counseling

Educational Supervisor 

Professional Experience:

Have twenty-six (26) experiences in deferent   areas in international organization UNRWA. Presently a full-time faculty of City University College of Ajman (CUCA).  Previously 

Teaching Areas:

Six years teaching in the field of elementary education, 2 years in Counselling,  2 years in college teaching ,12 years in training field for Teachers ,Counselor’s and School principals,  Supervisors in EDC/UNRWA.

Research Areas:

Research interests had been on Education Evaluation, teaching , General Edu areas.

Conference Presentation:

*Safety and security in society ” Paper presented in the first Al Istiklal university Conference on How Education can build safe community, UNRWA as a Model , May, 2012

*Conference “ Teaching in digital era” ,” Research paper presented about Individualization, Differentiation & Personalization A case Study , Jordan .4/ 2020.

Participate in more than 10 UNRWA studies
Global Educational Supplies and Solutions Dubai
Held at Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE, 25 - 27 February 2020
CUCA First Virtual international Conference 17+18 March 2021

Publications:

*Collaborated and co-authored the following publications: “Coronavirus lockdown impact on divorce rate in Jordan and its impact on raising children.”
Prepare more than 40 training packages

Name:  Dr. Mohammad Hadie Al Najdawi

Academic Position: Assistant Professor

Email: m.najdawi@cuca.ae

College/Department: General Education Department

Education:
1- Bachelors- Public Law
2- Masters- Public Law with depth
3- Doctorate- Public Law and Political Science.

Professional Experience:

In general 8 years : City University of College of Ajman and others (Academic and Law Consultant )

Teaching Areas:

  1. Scientific Research Methods in Law
  2. Critical Thinking
  3. Constitutional law and political
  4. Administrative Law
  5. Public international law
  6. Introduction to political science
  7. Introduction to the study of law
  8. Introduction to Sociology

Research Areas:

  1. Public Law
  2. Political Science
  3. International relation
  4. International Law
  5. Foreign Policy and Diplomacy

Memberships:

  1. عضو نقابة المحاميين الأرنيين.
  2. عضو هيئة التدريس في كلية المدينة الجامعية.
  3. عضو لجنة تحكيم – المركز الديمقراطي العربي-بيرلين.
  4. عضو منتدى الأمن الرقمي- المغرب.
  5. عضو المركز الدولي للخبرة الإستشاري- المغرب.

Conference Presentation:

  • مشاركة في مؤتمر العلوم الإنسانية والإجتماعية للباحثين الشباب وطلبة الدراسات العليا. والمنعقدة أشغاله يومي 9-10-2013 بالمركز الوطني للبحث العلمي وبمقر المنظمة الإسلامية للتربية والعلوم والثقافة "الإسيسكو"، تحت عنوان "القيم، من الرؤية إلى الممارسة". الرباط/المملكة المغربية.
  • مشاركة في مؤتمر العلوم الإنسانية والإجتماعية للباحثين الشباب وطلبة الدراسات العليا، الدورة الثالثة، والمنعقدة أشغاله بالمركز الوطني لدعم البحث العلمي والتقني/الرباط/، بشراكة كل من مؤسسة خالد الحسن للدراسات وجامعة محمد الخامس-السويسي، بعنوان المستقبل العربي، بواعث وتداعيات الحراك العربي الراهن، إلى أين؟ وكيف؟. 9-10/ 4- 2014.

Publications:

  1. النجداوي، محمد هادي يونس. (2018). قانون جاستا: البعد القانوني والبعد السياسي. مجلة العلوم الإقتصادية والإدارية والقانونية: المركز القومي للبحوث غزة، مج2, ع1 ، 96 - 110. مسترجع من http://search.mandumah.com/Record/939876
  2. النجداوي، محمد هادي يونس. (2019). حق تقرير المصير في القانون الدولي: كردستان وكتالونيا نموذجا. مجلة جامعة الإسراء للعلوم الإنسانية: جامعة الإسراء، ع6 ، 125 - 141. مسترجع من http://search.mandumah.com/Record/993722
  3. النجداوي، محمد هادي يونس. (2021). نظرية الدور في العلاقات الدولية: دور الإمارات العربية المتحدة تجاه محيطها الإقليمي أنموذجا. مجلة دراسات في العلوم الإنسانية والاجتماعية: مركز البحث وتطوير الموارد البشرية - رماح، مج4, ع2 ، 193 - 225. مسترجع من http://search.mandumah.com/Record/1147013
  4. النجداوي، محمد هادي. (2013). الدورالاقليمي لمصر: سيناريوهات ما بعد الثورة. مجلة البحثية للعلوم الإنسانية والإجتماعية: مؤسسة خالد الحسن - مركز الدراسات والأبحاث، ع1 ، 1 - 17. مسترجع من http://search.mandumah.com/Record/996994
  5. النجداوي، محمد هادي. (2014). مقتربات دراسة صناعة السياسة الخارجية للدول العربية. المجلة المغربية للسياسات العمومية: جمال حطابى، ع12 ، 83 - 98. مسترجع من http://search.mandumah.com/Record/591627
  6. النجداوي، محمد هادي. (2020). الإطار العلمي لصنع السياسة الخارجية. دار الخليج العربي. الامارات العاربية المتحدة. ط1.https://bit.ly/3Aq4NkS

Name: Dr. Ahmed Ezzat

Academic Position: Assistant Professor

Email: a.abdulzaher@cuca.ae

College/Department:

 التعليم العام

Education:

- دكتوراه في المناهج وطرائق التدريس ، قسم : المناهج وطرائق التدريس  ( كلية التربية ، جامعة عين شمس، 2011)

- ماجستير في المناهج وطرائق التدريس ، قسم : المناهج وطرائق التدريس ( كلية التربية ، جامعة عين شمس، 2007)

- دبلوم خاص فى التربية نظام العامين ، قسم : المناهج وطرائق التدريس (كلية الدراسات العليا ،جامعة القاهرة، 2002)

 -ليسانس آداب وتربية ، قسم : لغة عربية ودراسات إسلامية ( كلية التربية ،  جامعة عين شمس، 2000)

Professional Experience:

 - خبرة فى التدريس لذوى صعوبات التعلم .

- خبرة في إعداد البرامج الأكاديمية الخاصة بالبرامج التربوية المعتمدة من وزارة التربية والتعليم أو المرتبطة بمجال مناهج وطرق تدريس اللغة العربية .

-خبرة في إعداد وتطبيق الأبحاث العلمية .

-خبرة في وضع البرامج العلاجية لرفع مستوى أداء الطلاب أكاديميا .

-خبرة في تطبيق الاستراتيجيات والمداخل التربوية الحديثة في التدريس .

-خبرة في إعداد اختبارات تحديد المستوى واختبارات الكفاءة   اللغوية.

-خبرة في تعليم اللغة العربية لغير الناطقين بها .

Teaching Areas:

-مهارات الاتصال باللغة العربية .

-مهارات التعلم .   -التفكير الناقد .

-علم الاجتماع .   -أساليب التدريس .

-علم النفس.  -صعوبات التعلم.

-مهارات الاتصال.  -اللغة العربية .

-مناهج البحث.

Research Areas:

المهارات الرئيسة للغة العربية ( الاستماع / التحدث / القراءة / الكتابة ) .

-معايير تعليم اللغة العربية .

-مستويات المهارات الرئيسة للغة العربية .

-صعوبات تعلم القراءة .

-صعوبات تعلم الكتابة .

-الأخطاء الإملائية الشائعة .

-مدخل الوعي الصوتي .

Memberships:

-عضوية الجمعية المصرية للقراءة والمعرفة ( كلية التربية / جامعة عين شمس ) .

-عضوية الجمعية المصرية للمناهج وطرائق التدريس ( كلية التربية / جامعة عين شمس ).

Conference Presentation:

-مؤتمر الجمعية المصرية للقراءة والمعرفة : من حق كل طفل ان يكون قارئا متميزا  ، دار الضيافة ، جامعة عين شمس.

-مؤتمر الجمعية المصرية للقراءة والمعرفة : معلم القراءة بين مهام التعلم و مواجهة صعوبات التعلم في الوطن العربي.

Publications:

1-نشر بحث علمي بعنوان:

Standards for evaluating the remote education quality of teaching listening and speaking skills from the perspectives of teachers and students, Journal of Art and Design Studies, ISSN (Paper) 2224-6061, ISSN(Online) 2225-059X, 2021.

https://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/ADS/article/view/55199/57015

2-نشر بحث علمي بعنوان : " مستويات الكتابة الابتكارية اللازمة لطلاب مرحلة التعليم الثانوي بجمهورية مصر العربية ، مجلة كلية التربية جامعة عين شمس ، المجلد ( 44 ) ، الجزء ( 1 ) ،   2020 ، ISSN : 2356 – 9948  .

https://jfees.journals.ekb.eg/article_123138.html

3-نشر بحث علمي بعنوان:

 " Exploring Language game Strategy For teaching Arabic Speaking Skills  " ،  Journal Of Education and Practice , ISSN : 2222 – 1735 , 2019  .

https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/issue/view/4211

4-نشر بحث علمي بعنوان " تقويم مدى تمكن تلاميذ الصفوف الثلاثة الأولى من المرحلة الابتدائية بدولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة من المستويات المعيارية لمهارتي القراءة والكتابة " ، مجلة مركز تطوير التعليم الجامعي " دراسات في التعليم الجامعي ، العدد الثامن والثلاثون ، ينايـــــــر 2018 ، ISSN . 2356 – 9883

https://deu.journals.ekb.eg/article_17215_80dd7593a30fa92d0563e64bf3d02a4b.pdf

5-نشر بحث علمي بعنوان " فاعلية وحدة مقترحة قائمة على استراتيجية العصف الذهني في تنمية مهارات القراءة الإبداعية لدى طلاب الصف التاسع بدولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة " ، مجلة مركز تطوير التعليم الجامعي " دراسات في التعليم الجامعي ، العدد الســــــابع والثلاثون ، 2017 ، ISSN : 2356 – 9883 .

https://deu.journals.ekb.eg/article_17299.html

6-نشر بحث علمي بمجلة القراءة والمعرفة بعنوان " مستويات القراءة الابتكارية لطلاب مرحلة التعليم الثانوي بدولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة "،العدد( 193 )، شهر نوفمبر 2017 ISSN : 2535 – 2113.

https://search.mandumah.com/Record/861345

7-نشر بحث علمي بمجلة القراءة والمعرفة بعنوان " تقييم كتب اللغة العربية بدولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة من الصف الرابع حتى الصف السادس من حيث مستوى الإبداع في محتواها " ، العدد ( 178 ) ، شهر أغسطس 2016  ،   ISSN : 2535 – 2113.

https://search.mandumah.com/Record/760875

8-نشر بحث علمي بمجلة القراءة والمعرفة  بعنوان " الاستراتيجية المعتمدة على التبادل والتفاعل وأثرها على تنمية بعض مهارات الفهم القرائي لدى طلاب المرحلة الثانوية بدولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة " ، العدد ( 177 ) ، شهر يوليو  2016 ، ISSN : 2535 – 2113 .

https://search.mandumah.com/Record/776407

الكتب المطبوعةوالمنشورة   :

-1كتاب مهارات التعلم للطالب الجامعي ،دار الكتب القانونية للطباعة والنشر والتوزيع ( القاهرة / الإمارات )، ط1 ، 2016

2-كتاب مهارات التعلم "مفاهيم واستراتيجيات " ، دار الشقري للطباعة والنشر والتوزيع ( دبي الإمارات ) ط1 ، 2021.

3-كتاب التفكير الناقد والتفكير الابتكاري " مهارات واستراتيجيات " ، دار الكتب القانونية ( القاهرة / الإمارات ) ،ط1 ، 2017 .

4-كتاب التفكير الناقد " النظرية والتطبيق " ، دار الشقري للطباعة والنشر والتوزيع ( دبي / الإمارات ) ط1 ، 2021.

5-كتاب " المدخل الاستراتيجي للإبداع والابتكار " ، الناشر : دار الحافظ للطباعة والنشر ، تاريخ النشر 2018 .

6-كتاب " مهارات الاتصال باللغة العربية " ، دار الشقري للنشر والطباعة ، دبي ، الامارات ، 2021.

7-كتاب " علم الاجتماع نسق منهجي جديد " ، دار الشقري للنشر والطباعة ، دبي ، الامارات ، 2021.

Name: د. عمار مصطفى هرموش

Academic Position: أستاذ مساعد

Email: a.harmosh@cuca.ae

College/Department:

كلية المدينة الجامعية / التعليم العام

Education:

دكتوراه في الدراسات الإسلامية، تخصص " التفسير وعلوم القرآن " من كلية أصول الدين بجامعة أم درمان الإسلامية في السودان، بتقدير ممتاز. ومعادلة من وزارة التعليم العالي بالإمارات العربية المتحدة.

Professional Experience:

خبرة تدريس 7 سنوات في كلية المدينة الجامعية.

ومدرس للمساقات الآتية:

       1- الثقافة الإسلامية.

       2- مجتمع الإمارات.

     3- طرائق تدريس التربية الإسلامية للدبلوم المهني.

Teaching Areas:

المواد الشرعية الإسلامية.

وفي مجال تفسير القرآن الكريم وعلومه.

ومجالات الثقافة الإسلامية عامَّة.

Research Areas:

في مجال تفسير القرآن الكريم وعلومه.

ومجالات الثقافة الإسلامية عامَّة.

Memberships:

Conference Presentation:

  • حضور مؤتمر (التحولات المعرفية وأثرها في الفكر الإسلامي)- تحت رعاية وحضور صاحب السمو الشيخ الدكتور سلطان بن محمد القاسمي حاكم الشارقة، بمركز الأمير ابن جلوي للندوة الدولية في الشارقة . في 30 / 4 / 2016.
  • حضور مؤتمر (صحتي الافتراضي في دورته الثامنة تحت شعار بيئة معززة للأطفال واليافعين)- بمركز إدارة التثقيف الصحي بالمجلس الأعلى لشؤون الأسرة بالشارقة في 24-26 / 11 / 2020.
  • حضور المؤتمرالعلمي الرابع والافتراضي الدولي الأول (تخليداً لذكرى نور الدين محمود بن زنكي مؤسس الجامع النوري بالموصل"  الدولة النورية بين التكوين والنهوض)- بمركز دراسات الموصل في جامعة الموصل بالعراق. وذلك يومي الأربعاء والخميس 24-25 / 03 / 2021.
  • حضور المؤتمر الدولي (تعزيز السلم المجتمعي وقيم التعايش)- بمركز جمعية فرسان السلام بالأردن- عمَّان- ومجموعة الاردن عرين بني هاشم. في 21 / 02 / 2021.
  • مؤتمر ( إدارة الموارد البشرية 2021) بكلية المدينة الجامعية - قسم الموارد البشرية في 17-18 / 03 / 2021.

Publications:

1- بحث: ( الثَّمَنِ وَأَوْصَافُهُ فِي القُرْآنِ الْكَرِيْمِ دراسة موضوعية ).  

    وهو قيد النشر.

2- كتاب: (علوم الثقافة الإسلامية). وهو قيد التأليف والجمع.

Name: Mohammad Abedallkder Tarakhan  

Academic Position: Assistant Professor

Email: m.tarakhan@cuca.ae

College/Department:

General Education Department

Education:

  • PH.D. in Educational Administration, Amman Arab Graduate University, Jordan.
  • Master of Science in Education with Concentration in English, Winona State University, Minnesota, USA (Full time, regular student).
  • B.A.in English Language and Literature, University of Kuwait, Kuwait

Professional Experience:

2014-2019: Deputy Director of Al-Maarifa Int’l Private School, Sharjah

2010 – 2013 :Chief, Field Education Program, UNRWA-UNESCO, Jordan

2004-2010:  Chief of UNRWA School’s Development ( Regional )

1999-2004: Head of UNRWA’s Teacher Training Program (Regional)

1995-1998: School Subject Supervisor, English, UNRWA, South Amman Area

Teaching Areas and Training

1992-1995 :    English Teacher, UNRWA Schools, Jordan

1989-1990 :   Economic Translator (Arabic-English – Arabic) Central Bank of Kuwait, Kuwait

1983-1989 :  Editor, English Desk, Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), Kuwait

1975-1980 : Teacher, English, Ministry of Education, Kuwait

  1. Higher Diploma, Curricula and English Teaching Methods, Institute of Education, UNRWA, Headquarters, Amman , 1994.
  1. Higher Diploma, Educational Admin and School Supervision, UNRWA , HQ, Amman, 1996.
  1. Certificate of International Trainer,2019.
  1. A series of training of trainer courses led by British consultants in education and management from the University of Bradford, UK with emphasis on:
  • Site-based school development.
  • Effective Teaching/Learning.
  • Strategic Planning in school management.
  • Quality assurance in school management.
  • Organizational Development.
  • Educational Leadership, etc.
  1. Participated in several training courses held by the UAE Ministry of Education between 2015-2019.
  1. Participated in a number of education-focused conferences in Jordan, UAE, Greece, and Istanbul, especially those held by the Near East, South Asia Council of Overseas Schools (NESA).
  1. Led hundreds of training courses in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine for senior and middle managers of UNRWA schools in the region, from 2000-2010 as well as tens of training courses for the Sharjah-based Al-Maarifa International Private School education staff between 2014-2019.

Research Areas:

1-Educational Administration

2- Total Quality management

3- School Development

4- Teacher Development

5- Arabic and English literature

Conference Presentation: 

Publications:

  1. Educational Challenges for Jordanian Educational Leadership in the Age of Globalization (a book in Arabic), Jordan, 2010.
  1. Aesthetics of Symbolism and Imagination in Modern Works of Literature (a book in Arabic), Jordan, 2011.
  1. Translation from English into Arabic of the then best-seller “Preparing for the 21st Century “ , a book by Paul Kennedy published in 1993 and I co-translated it in 1994.
  1. Translation from English into Arabic of another best-seller book titled “Evolution of Progress” by C. Owen Paepke, Jordan, 1995.
  1. Translation from English into Arabic of a book titled “Tulipomania” by Mike Dash, Abu Dhabi, 2013.
  1. Prepared several training modules for UNRWA trainees (teachers and principals) and published many studies in education and literary criticism.

Name: Maher Ibrahim Tawdrous

Academic Position: Assistant Professor

Email: m.tawadrous@cuca.ae

College/Department:

Teaches under the General Education Department.

Education:

Degrees earned fulfilled equivalency Requirements from MOHESR, UAE.

  1. Ph.D. in Education (Mathematics), Curriculum and Methods of Teaching Mathematics, College of Education, from Ismailia, Suez Canal University (2004)
  2. Master’s Degree in Education (Mathematics), Curriculums and Methods of Teaching Mathematics, College of Education, from Ismailia, Suez Canal University (1997)
  3. Special Diploma in Education (Mathematics), Curriculums and Methods of Teaching Mathematics, 1992. Academic Standing: Very Good, College of Education, from Ismailia, Suez Canal University.
  4. Bachelor of Science and Education (Mathematics), May 1988. Academic Standing: Excellent with Honors, College of Education, from Ismailia, Suez Canal University.

Professional Experience:

Have twenty-six (26) teaching experiences in the field of Mathematics and Statistics. Presently a full-time faculty of City University College of Ajman (CUCA).  Previously taught in the University of Modern Sciences (Dubai, UAE), American University in the Emirates, and Al Ain University for Science and Technology, Al Ain, UAE as full-time faculty. Had also taught in Sultan Qaboos University (Muscat, Oman) and Suez Canal University (Egypt).   Have held administrative functions as Department Chair, Mathematics and Information Technology (University of Modern Sciences, UAE); Deputy Campus Manager (American University in the Emirates, UAE); and Coordinator of Professional Diploma in Teaching Program (Al Ain University for Science and Technology, UAE).

Teaching Areas:

Twenty-six years teaching in the field of Mathematics and Statistics include, General Mathematics, Business Statistics (Undergraduate, Pre- and Graduate Level), Applied Mathematics, Calculus, and Pre-Mathematics.

Research Areas:

Research interests had been on pedagogy of teaching in higher education specifically General Education and collaborated specifically on this area of interest.

Conference Presentation:

“Constructs of Effective Teaching as Basis for Program Development: A Case of a Higher Education Institution.” Paper presented in the 5th International Conference on Managerial Studies, Istanbul, Turkey, May 24, 2019

“ Professional Development Plans for Non-Teaching Staff: Their Role and Participation in the Academic Environment,” Paper presented in the International Conference on Technology. Innovation and Sustainability in Business Management (ICTIS 2019), Dubai, UAE., May 2, 2019. 

“The Role of General Education in Students Perspective: The Case of Higher Education in Dubai, UAE.” Paper presented in the 2nd AUE International Research Conference (AUEIRC’18), Dubai, UAE., from November 13th-15th, 2018.  Paper presented.

“Mobile Platform In the Workplace: The Next generation Practice in Human Resource.” Paper presented in the 3rd Global Conference on Business & Social Sciences 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 16 – December 2015.

“Hr Managers’ Perspectives on Managing Talent For Competitive Advantage: Tales From The United Arab Emirates.” Paper presented in the International Journal of Business & Economics & Association for Business & Economics Research, Cambridge, UK from 1-2 July 2014.

“Frames of Effective Teaching from a Higher Education Institution:  A United Arab Emirates Case.” Paper presented in the 2nd Global Conference on Education, Business, Engineering and Sciences (GCEBES 2014), Hong Kong from October 17-18, 2014).

“E-Transformation in Business Enterprise Portfolio: A Case in United Arab Emirates.”  Paper presented in the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, International Conference for Academic Disciplines, Paris from 31 March to 3 April 2014. 

“An Exploratory Study of the Students’ Multiple Intelligences and Its Implications to Effective Teaching:  A Tale from an American University in the United Arab Emirates.” Paper presented  in the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, International Conference for Academic Disciplines, Vienna, Austria from 14-18 April 2013.

Publications:

Had collaborated and co-authored the following publications:

“Untangling Constructs on Characteristics of Effective Teaching from a Higher Education Institution: Basis for Effective Teaching Program.” International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research (2021)  Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 275-291. https://doi.org/10.26803/ijlter.20.1.15

 “Managing Professional Development Activities for Non-Teaching Staff: For Professional Growth.” Universal Journal of Educational Research (2020), Volume 8 No. 7.

DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080758

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“The Role of General Education in Students Perspective: The Case of Higher Education in Dubai, UAE.” Sustainable Development and Social Responsibility, March 2020 Issue @Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020.

https://www.springerprofessional.de/en/the-role-of-general-education-in-students-perspective-the-case-o/17562540

“Impact of the Monetary Policy on the UAE Economic Growth (Post Financial Crises).” China-USA Business Review (Jan. 2019), Vol. 18, No. 2, 16-32 doi: 10.17265/1537-1514/2019.01.002 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/336850716_Impact_of_the_Monetary_Policy_on_the_UAE_Economic_Growth_Post_Financial_Crises

“Locus of control of young Emirati professionals:  the socialization process.”  The International Journal of Business and Management Research (2017), ISSN: 1938-0429 Vol. 9 Number 1, pp 50-57. (www.ijbmr.org)

Educational Tourism in Dubai: The Global Higher Education Hub Across Culture. In: Benlamri R., Sparer M. (eds) Leadership, Innovation and Entrepreneurship as Driving Forces of the Global Economy (2017). Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. Springer, Cham https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-43434-6_46

“Mobile Platform In the Workplace: The Next generation Practice in Human Resource.” Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Volume 219, 31 May 2016, pp 152-158.

https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/82553096.pdf

Name: Awad Nawafleh

Academic Position: Assisstant Professor

Email: a.nawafleh@cuca.ae

College/Department: General Education

Education:

- Ph.D. in Earth and & Environmental Sciences (Geology), Department of Environmental and applied Geology, The University of Jordan.

- M.Sc. in Earth and & Environmental Sciences (Geology), Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University, Jordan.

- B.Sc. in Earth and & Environmental Sciences, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University, Jordan.

Professional Experience:

- 2017-Now Assistant Professor at City University Collage of Ajman- UAE.

- 2014-2017    Visiting Professor at City University Collage of Ajman- UAE.

- 2011-2017    Part time at Al Jazeera University-Dubai-UAE.

- 2003-2005 Part time Lecturer, Department of Environmental and applied Geology, University of Jordan.

- 2003-2007 Part-time teaching assistant, Department of Environmental and applied Geology, University of Jordan.

- 1997-1998 Temporary Research Assistant, the Water and Environment Research and Study Center, University of Jordan.

- 1994-1997 Part-time teaching and research assistant, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Yarmouk University, Jordan.

Teaching Areas:

1- Introduction to Environment Science

2- Science and life

3- Man and Environment

4- Environment Science

Research Areas:

Water and Environment

Memberships:

Member of the Jordanian Geologists Association

Conference Presentation:

- Ajman 5th International Environment Conference, 6-7/03/2018, Ajman- UAE.

-The 1th Jordanian Environment Conference in the North Region 23/12/2004. Irbid –Jordan.

 -The 3rd Jordanian Conference on Environment. 14-15 December 2004. Amman- Jordan.

- The 8th International Conference of Jordanian Geologists. 6-7 April 2004. Amman- Jordan.

- The 15th Iraqi Geological Congress. 15-17 December 2002. Baghdad-Iraq.

- Natural Resources Conference in Mafraq Governorate and its impact on the National Economy. 16-18/10/2001 Al albayt University. Mafraq- Jordan.

- The 7th Jordanian Geological Conference.2-4  April 2001. Amman- Jordan.

Publications:

- A GIS-based EPIK model for assessing aquifer vulnerability in Irbid Governorate, North Jordan (2008). Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering 2(3): 267-278 pp. Irbid –Jordan.

 - Assessment of Groundwater Vulnerability to Contamination in Irbid Governorate, North Jordan (2011).DIRASAT Journal, University of Jordan, No.2:122-133pp. Amman-Jordan.

- Global Warming: potential impact, proposed solutions, and impact in the United Arab Emirates (2021). Humanitarian & Natural Sciences Journal, Volume 2. No.8. 232-248pp.
https://doi.org/10.53796/hnsj2815

Name: NAFIZA NIBAL AL MUALLEM

Academic Position: Assistant Professor

Email: a.nibal@cuca.ae

College/Department: General education

Education:

  • PHD / Philosophy of education / INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA
  • Master's degree qualification and specialization in teaching Arabic / ALEPPO UNIVERSITY SYRIA/
  • Diploma in Education / ALEPPO UNIVERSITY SYRIA/
  • BSc   license in Arabic language and literature / ALEPPO UNIVERSITY SYRIA/

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Professor at City University College 2020/2021
  • Assistant Professor Al Ain University Abu Dhabi 2019/2020
  • Lecturer at the International Islamic University Malaysia 2016/2018
  • Abu Dhabi Education Council Curriculum Expert 2014/2015
  • Lecturer, University of Aleppo 2004/2012

Teaching Areas:

  • CRITICAL THINKING IN ARABIC LANGUAGE
  • COMMUNICTATION SKILLS IN ARABIC LANGUAGE
  • STUDY SKILLS IN ARABIC LANGUAGE
  • UAE SOCITY IN ARABIC LANGUAGE

Research Areas:

  • Smart device applications in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers
  • Engineering the Arabic language is a national requirement and a strategic goal

Memberships:

  • Member of the International Council of the Arabic Language
  • Member of the World Council of the Arabic Language
  • Member of the Sharjah Arabic Language Protection Society
  • Member of the International Association of Scientific Researcher

Conference Presentation:

  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “The Role of the Media in Protecting the Arabic Language”, International Conference 2014.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “The Ninth International Conference on the Arabic Language, UAE-Dubai, 2020.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “The 8th International Conference on the Arabic Language”, UAE-Dubai, 2020.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “Digital Resources in Teaching Arabic to Speakers of Other Languages”, The Thirteenth Virtual Digital Conference, 2020.

Publications:

  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “Arabic Language Engineering: A Nation Demand and Strategic Goal”, Arabiyat Journal, Journal Article, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.15408/a.v4i1.5382.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “Teaching and Learning Oral and Writing Skills According to Al-Jurjani's Systems Theory and Chomsky's Generative Theory for Non-Native Speakers”, Book (Arabic), 2020.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “The Arabic Language for Media in the Age of Digitization”, Book (Arabic), 2021.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, Jehad Al Jamal, “Arabic Communication Skills”, Book (Arabic), 2021.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “Arabic Language Non-Native Speakers”, Book (Arabic), 2021.
  • Nibal Ahmed Al Muallem, “Digital Education Under Emergency Conditions and the Quality of Education”, Journal of Social Affairs, Journal Article, 2022.

Name: Dr. Wafaa M. Salih Abedi
Academic Position: Lecturer, General Education Department.
Email: w.abedi@cuca.ae

College/Department:
• General Education Department.

Education:

  1. PhD – Artificial Intelligence/Computer Sciences from University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq, 2020.
  2. MS – Data Security/Computer Sciences from University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq. Higher Diploma – Artificial Intelligence/Computer Sciences, from University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq, 2003.
  3. BSc. – Computer Sciences from University of Baghdad, Iraq, 1999

Professional Experience:
1. 2013 – to date: Lecturer, General Education Department, City University College of Ajman, United Arab Emirates.
2. 2013 – 2018: QA Officer, Quality Assurance Department, City University College of Ajman, United Arab Emirates.
3. 2009 – 2013: Lecturer, Computer Sciences Department, Computer College, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
4. 2009 – 2013: Lecturer (Adjunct), American University in the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
5. 2012 – 2013: Lecturer (Adjunct), Aviation College, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
6. 2011 – 2012: Lecturer (Adjunct), American University of Ras Al Khaimah, RAK, and Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
7. 2008 – 2009: IT Manager, Rashied Al Jabri Group of Companies, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
8. 2007 – 2008: Lecturer, International Language Institute, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
9. 2000 – 2007: Lecturer, College of Engineering, Al Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq

Teaching Areas:

1. Artificial Intelligence
2. Data Security
3. Machine Learning
4. Pattern Recognitions
5. IT/Computer Science
6. Cloud Computing
7. Programming Languages
8. Databases Systems
9. Data Mining
10. Data Compression
11. Multimedia
12. Computer Networks

Research Areas:

1. Artificial Intelligence
2. Data Security
3. Machine (Deep) Learning
4. Pattern Recognitions
5. Multimedia
6. Computer Networks

Memberships:

1. ICITAC (International Conference on Emerging Technology Trends in Internet of Things and Computing). member of International Scientific Committee as a research reviewer. Iraq. https://icitac.com/.
2. NTICT (New Trends in Information & Communications Technology Applications International Conference). program committee member as a research reviewer. Iraq. 

Publications:
International Journals Publications:

1. Wafaa M. Salih Abedi, A. Tariq, I. Nadher. (2020). “Modified CNN-LSTM for Pain Facial Expressions Recognition”. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology. Article. Vol. 29 No. 3s (2020). (Special Issue). 304 - 312. Retrieved from http://sersc.org/journals /index.php/IJAST/article/view/5607. Indexed in Scopus.
2. Wafaa M. Salih Abedi, I. Nadher, A. Tariq. (2020). “Modified Deep Learning Method for Body Postures Recognition”. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology. Article Vol. 29 No. (2). 3830. Retrieved from http://sersc.org/journals /index. php /IJAST/article/view/5024. Indexed in Scopus.

International Conference Publications:
3. A. Haider, A. Alsadoon, O. Alsadoon, Wafaa M. Salih, T. A. Rashid, M. Mohammadi, S. H. Karim, P. Prasad, & G. Alsadoon, (2021). “Deep Learning for White Blood Cells Classification: Enhanced Rectified Linear Unit (ReLU)”.The 2021 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing (CSCE'21) -The 25th International Conference on Image Processing, Computer Vision (IPC’21), & Pattern Recognition, Las Vegas. (USA). 2021. SPRINGER NATURE Research Book Series: Transactions on Computational Science & Computational Intelligence. https://www.springer.com/series/11769 .
4. Wafaa M. Salih Abedi, I. Nadher, A. Tariq. (2020). “Deep Learning for Face Expressions Detection: Enhanced Recurrent Neural Network with Long Short-Term Memory”. In: Khalaf M., AlJumeily D., Lisitsa A. (eds). Applied Computing to Support Industry: Innovation and Technology. Anbar. (Iraq). ACRIT 2019. Communications in Computer and Information Science. vol 1174. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/ 10.1007/978-3-030- 38752-5_19. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.10 07/978-3-030-38752-5_19
5. M. Khalaf, A. Hussain, R. Keight, D. AlJumeily, R. Keenan; C. Chalmers, P. Fergus, Wafaa M. Salih, et al. (2017). "Recurrent Neural Network Architectures for Analysing Biomedical Data Sets”. 10TH International Conference on Developments in eSystems Engineering (DeSE). Paris. (France). IEEE. pp.232237. DOI: 10.1109/DeSE.2017.12. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/do cument/8285826/authors#authors

6. Wafaa M. Salih, A. Hussain, M. Khalaf, & et al. (2016). "The Effects of Premature Birth on Children Education". in 2016
9TH International Conference on Developments in eSystems Engineering (DeSE). Liverpool. (UK). IEEE. V 1. pp. 51-55. DOI: 10.1109/DeSE.2016.11 https://www.computer.org/csdl/proceedingsarticle/dese/2016/07930623/12OmNB8TU3b
7. Ahmed T. Sadiq, Wafaa M. Salih. (2013).“Uncompressed video quality metric based on watermarking technique”. IN 2013 1st International Conference on Communications, Signal Processing, and their Applications (ICCSPA). American University of Sharjah. Sharjah. (UAE). IEEE. pp.1-6. DOI: 10.1109/ICCSPA.2013.6487320.https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6487320

Name: Dr. Namita Das

Academic Position: Lecturer

Email: namita@cuca.ae

College/Department: General Education

Education:

  1. PhD Pursuing
  2. M.Phil., Environmental Science, St Benchman’s College, India
  3. M.Sc. Organic Chemistry, Lucknow Christian College, India
  4. B.Sc. Chemistry/nutrition, Isabella Thoburn College, India

Professional Experience:

  1. 2013- present: Lecturer, City University, College of Ajman, United Arab Emirates.
  2. 2011-2013: Research fellow/Lecturer, St Benchman’s College, India

Teaching Areas:

  1. Environmental Science
  2. Organic Chemistry
  3. Environmental Chemistry

Research Areas:

  1. Synthesis of various organic compounds
  2. Wastewater treatment
  3. Produced water treatment
  4. Oil field wastewater
  5. Analysis of water, effluents, and industrial products
  6. Instruments like  UV Visible spectroscopy, AAS, Electrochemical analyser, GC-MS

Memberships:

Member of Academic Honor Society(India)

Conference Presentation:

  1. Presented papers titled “Synthesis & Dye Adsorption Properties of Zinc Ferrite nanoparticles prepared by Spray Pyrolysis” in a UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Uptrends in Chemical science & technology organized by Department of Chemistry, NSS Hindu College, Changanacherry, India.
  1. Presented paper titled “Synthesis & dye adsorption properties of nano Zinc ferrite” in a UGC sponsored National Seminar on Green chemistry: the ultimate tool for pollution control organized by department of Chemistry, Assumption College, Changanacherry, India.

Publications:

  1. Paper published in Journal of Industrial Pollution Control 28(2)(2012)pp135-142 titled “Adsorptive removal of Cr(VI) from aqueous solution using rubber seed charcoal”.  https://www.icontrolpollution.com/articles/adsorptive-removal-of-cr-vi-from-aqueous-solutionusing-rubber-seed-shell-charcoal

Name: Wafaa Bashir Mohammed Salih

Academic Position: Deputy Department Chair - English

Email: wafaa@cuca.ae

College/Department:

English Department

Education:

  • Master of Arts in English Language, University of Khartoum
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Language, First Class. Honors. University of Khartoum.
  • General Secondary Education Certificate (Literary Section: French).

Professional Experience:

2019- present: Acting Department Chair- English Department. City University College of Ajman.

2013- 2019: Lecturer, English Language Department, City University College of Ajman. Ajman- UAE.

2011- 2013 Adjunct Faculty, English Language Center, Hamdan Bin Mohammed eUniversity (HBMeU). Dubai- UAE

  • 2002- 2008Teaching Assistant, English Language Department, Faculty of Arts, University of Khartoum, Khartoum – Sudan
  • 1999- 2000 Librarian, French Cultural Center, Khartoum, Sudan

Teaching Areas:

Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

Teaching Arabic to Speakers of Other

Languages.

Teaching English for Specific Purposes

Linguistics and translation

Research Areas:

Curriculum and Innovation

Assessment and Evaluation in Online learning

Second Language Acquisition and Language Transfer

Memberships:

TESOL Arabia

Name: Mahmoud Sultan Nafa

Academic Position: Lecturer

Email:m.sultan@cuca.ae

College/Department:

City University College of Ajman

Education:
1. Master of Education (TESOL)
British University in Dubai
Birmingham University/ 2013
2. BA in English Language and Literature
Yarmouk University / 1982
3. General Certificate Examination
Jordan/ 1978
Professional Experience:

  1. Lecturer 2017- until now :Lecturer City University College of Ajman
  1. 1996- 2017: Teacher & Train the Trainer The UAE Ministry of Education
  1. 1984-1996: Teacher and Head of the English Department The UAE Armed Forces
  1. 1982-1984: Instructor The Royal Jordanian Armed Forces

Teaching area

TOEFL

Academic Writing

Business Communication

The Four Skills of English Language

Research Areas:

Education

Administration

Memberships:

TESOL Arabia

ALLT Professional Development Group

The American International Toastmasters

Mentoring

Ajman University

High Impact Practices

Teaching Ideas

Technology in Education

Team Collaboration

Risk Management

Internationalizing Higher Education

Benchmarking

Conference Presentation:

  1. Nafa, M. S. (2021): Reading Comprehension Teaching Reading Strategies, City American School
  2. Nafa, M. S. (2021): Teaching Academic Writing, AGU Forum on Language and Education, ALGHURAIR University.
  3. Nafa, M. S. (2021): Planning an Effective E- Learning Education, ALLT Forum.
  4. Nafa, M. S. (2020): Planning an Effective E-Learning Education, Summer 2020 Academic Forum, Zayed University & HCT.
  5. Nafa, M. S. (2020):Teaching Academic Writing, CUCA.
  6. Nafa, M. S. (2020): Reading Comprehension Texts Exploitation Strategies, ALLT, Forum.
  7. Nafa, M. S. (2016): The Brain Based Approach for Teaching Vocabular, RAK TESOL Arabia.
  8. Nafa, M. S. (2016): Creative Teaching Strategies, TESOL Arabia Conference, Hayat Regency
  9. Nafa, M. S. (2015): Developing Reading Comprehension, ADNOC.
  10. Nafa, M. S. (2015): Reading Comprehension Text Exploitation Strategies, Middlesex University.
  11. Nafa, M. S. (2015): Independent Learning, Raffles Academy.
  12. Nafa, M. S. (2014): Vocabulary and Reading, The Canadian University.
  13. Nafa, M. S. (2014): Individual Differences and Differentiated Instruction, The American University in Sharjah.
  14. Nafa, M. S. (2014): Individual Differences, Al-Rushd American School.
  15. Nafa, M. S. (2014): Differentiated Instruction, TESOL Arabia Conference, Middlesex University.
  16. Nafa, M. S. (2013): The Role of Memory in Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition, Al- Ramaqeia Educational Community Conference- MOE.
  17. Nafa, M. S. (2013) The Role of Memory in The Role of Memory in Second Language vocabulary teaching and Learning, TESOL Arabia.
  18. Nafa, M.S. (2011). The Brain Based Approach for Teaching Vocabulary. TESOL Arabia Conference
  19. Nafa, M. S. (2011). Speaking Development Strategies, The British Council.
  20. Nafa, M.S. (2011) Assessment as a Learning Tool, CTELT Conference, HCT.

Publications:

Books 

  1. Nafa, M., .S. (2020): Changing Paradigms: Mastering Remote Pedagogy: Planning Effective E-Learning Sessions, Cambridge Google Scholars.
  2. Nafa, M., .S. (2017): The Brain Based Approach for Teaching English Vocabulary. Germany: Noor Publishing,

Journals

  1. Nafa, M., (2020) The Impacts of Leadership Styles on the Overall Performance of the Educational Establishments. Psychology Research, 10(4), pp.151-162.
  2. Nafa, M., (2018). The Repercussions of Assessment on the Teaching and the Learning Process. Psychology Research, 8(3), pp.117-126.

Name: El Sayed Mahmoud El Sayed

Academic Position: General Education - English

Email:s.sayed@cuca.ae

College/Department:

English

Education:

Med – TESOL - BUID

MA – Translation – AUC

Diploma – TESOL – BUID

Diploma – Education –Faculty of Education - Damietta University

Bachelor in Arts – Faculty of Arts – Zagazig University

Professional Experience:

Sep. 2015 up to present: English Lecturer, English Department, CUCA, Ajman.

Sep. 2014-Sep. 2015: English Teacher and Coordinator, EPS, UAE. 

April. 2014 up to Sep. 2014. (Part time). Teaching academic writing and research practice – BUID, Dubai, UAE.

Jun. 2013 up April 2014. Job title: English Instructor. The European Language Ins. 

Aug. 2009 up Feb. 2013.: Translation manager. Alshela Orgnization, UAE

Jul. 2008 up to Aug.2009, Job title: Translator. Alsherawi Group, Dubai, UAE.

Mar. 2006 up to April 2008: Translator-Zee, Dubai, UAE. 

Jul. 2000 to Jul.2005: English teacher - The British Institute – Egypt

1998-2000: Alazhar Educational Zone English teacher 

Teaching Areas:

English Language

Academic Writing

TOEFL-IELTS

Translation

Research Areas:

1- Developmental and Educational Linguistics

2- Phonological Theory

3- Multilingualism

4- Sociolinguistic Approach

5- Pragmatics

6- Cognitive-Linguistic Approach

Conference Presentation:

Smart Learning Conference – 2018

Virtual – CUCA International Conference of Human Resource Management CUCA

Classroom Management through Reflective Teaching – 2017- AUE

An organizer of the CUCA-ICPM Marketing Festival 2019- CUCA.  

REMOTE: A Connected Faculty Summit, a free virtual conference hosted by Arizona State University. 

"Getting – and Then Keeping – Students Engaged". Harvard Business Publishing Education 

Professional Development 

Course Planning- Certificates-Qedex.

Developing Rubrics - Certificates-Qedex.

Educational-Technologies-for-Online-Learning-Certificates-Qedex.

Essentials-of-Effective-Teaching-Certificates-Qedex.

Online-Learning-Assessment-Certificates-Qedex.

Practical-Presentation-Skills-Certificates-Qedex.

Preparing-and-Creating-Lesson-Plans-Certificates-Qedex.

Student-Engagement-For-Online-Learning-Certificates-Qedex.

Teaching-Online-An-Inclusive-Learning-Community-Approach-Certificates-Qedex.

Teaching-Students-with-Learning-Difficulties-Certificates-Qedex.

The-Lecture-Purpose-and-Strategies-Certificates-Qedex.

 Publications:

  1. Mahmoud, E. (2015). A Cross-Cultural study of pragmatically requestive speech act realization patterns. Grin. The record can be viewed at https://www.grin.com/login/#document/295278
  2. Mahmoud, E. (2016). Pragmatic failure of intercultural communication in higher education. A spoken discourse analysis. Grin. The record can be viewed at https://www.grin.com/login/#document/318326
  3. Mahmoud, E. (2017). Speech acts' requesting and apologizing strategies by native and non-native adolescents English speakers. A comparative research on pragmatic competence. Grin. The record can be viewed at https://www.grin.com/login/#document/351007
  4. Mahmoud, E. (2016). Cultural bias in the 3rd edition of the Interchange (Students’ book 2). Grin. The record can be viewed at https://www.grin.com/login/#document/342495
  5. Mahmoud, E. (2016). Spoken Discourse analysis on pragmatic failure of Intercultural communication in higher education. Grin. The record can be viewed at https://www.grin.com/login/#document/343658
  6. Mahmoud, E. (2021).Academic vocab book in use. Kindle.  The record cab be viewed at https://www.amazon.com/Academic-Vocab-Words-Use-Vocabs/dp/B092MB8Y2L/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=academic+vocab+words+in+use&qid=1633885530&sr=8-1

Name: FAIZA MOHAMED TABIB

Academic Position: ENGLISH LECTURER

Email: b.faiza@cuca.ae

College/Department: General Education English Department

Education

  • Currently preparing a PhD thesis (2nd year) about Reflective Practice in Second Language Teaching.
  • Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL), American University of Sharjah (AUS), August, 2011
  • Microsoft MIE Training Course Microsoft February 2017-2018
  • EmSAT Trainer Certificate, Moe, 2017
  • Smart Learning Training Course , Mohamed Bin Rashid Program, 2016-2017
  • International Computer Driving License (ICDL), 2014.
  • Effective IELTS Teaching Certificate, British Council, June 2013-2014
  • Certificate of English Language Teaching for Adults (CELTA), International House, 2006
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature, University of Tunis, Tunisia, 1995

Professional Experience:

  • English Lecturer – City University College, Ajman, UAE –Sep 2019-up to present
  • Lecturer – GE- University of Fujairah 2016- 2018 (Part-time)
  • Teacher Development Specialist- 2010- 2017, MOE.
  • English Teacher 1999-2010, MOE, UAE
  • English Teacher 1995- 1998 MOE, Tunisia
  • Bilingual reporter (Tunisian Local newspapers) 1992-1995

Languages:

English/ French/Italian/ Arabic

Teaching Areas:

  • TESOL/ TEFL/TESL
  • Academic Writing
  • Study Skills
  • Public Speaking
  • TOEFL/IELTS/EmSAT/ESOL

Research Areas:

  • Authentic/alternative Assessments
  • Reflective Teaching
  • Teaching with technology
  • Educational technology
  • Blogs & E-portfolios
  • Smart Learning
  • Curriculum Design & Material Development

Memberships:

  • TESOL Arabia- GULF
  • TESOL Eastern Region Chapter
  • TESOL France
  • TEFL Tunisia
  • Khan Academy
  • Academia
  • Cambridge Assessment English Forum
  • AUS Alumni Forum
  • IDP IELTS Forum
  • BBC Forum
  • UAE Teacher Council
  • GESS Education, UAE 

Conference Presentation:

  • Active Teaching Strategies and Techniques, TESOL Arabia, Eastern Region, December 2019
  • Digitizing Students' Work to Increase Learning, AUS Dec 2019
  • Useful Apps to manage large classes, TESOL Arabia, Eastern Region Chapter, 2018
  • Using Edu-Tech to Your Advantage, TESOL Arabia, Eastern Region Chapter, 2018
  • Developing standard-based Listening/Speaking Assessments, 2017
  • Effective Use of Technology in ELT Classrooms: Tips, Tools & Techniques Conference, American University of Sharjah , 2017 

Publications: 

Tabib, F. (2011). Exploring the use of e-portfolios in madares al-ghad schools in the United Arab Emirates. (Unpublished master’s thesis). American University of Sharjah.

https://dspace.aus.edu/xmlui/handle/11073/2722

Tabib, F. (2012). Staff Meetings in UAE High Schools: Can Modeling Enhance Positive Attitudes? In D. Prescott (Ed.), 

Resolving Classroom Management and School Leadership Issues in ELT: 

Action Research Reports from the United Arab Emirates. Newcastle upon 66

Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

https://www.cambridgescholars.com/product/978-1-4438-3154-3

https://www.cambridgescholars.com/resources/pdfs/978-1-4438-3154-3-sample.pdf

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