Dr. Ayman Massouti
Assistant Professor of Education Studies at the department of Education, College of Arts & Sciences, Abu Dhabi University, United Arab Emirates
Topic: Inclusive Leadership in Schools
Dr. Ayman Massouti is an Assistant Professor of Education Studies at the department of Education and the Program Coordinator for the Master of Education in Educational Leadership program. He teaches courses in both the Master of Education in Educational Leadership and the Post-Graduate Diploma in Teaching program.
He possesses skills in qualitative research administration and management, public speaking, student engagement, and inclusive teaching.
Dr. Ayman research interests include teacher education, inclusive education policy, and leadership practices.
He is a friendly individual who possesses capacity to inspire and engage people in his social circles such as educational settings and beyond. He practices an inclusive mindset and seeks to create with his learners and the people he works with an environment where all people feel valued, welcomed, and supported.
Dr. Ayman believes that inclusive educators must be aware of their crucial agency in bringing about change in the life of all learners and as such, educators need to present the highest level of ethical and professional standards in teaching and learning.
Dr. Ayman’s top accomplishments to date include working on research projects with renowned scholars in the field of curriculum studies and policy makers in Canada. He is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy in the UK.
Before joining ADU, Dr. Ayman taught in the teacher education program at Western University in Canada and served as a Research Assistant for various education research projects conducted by Western University and the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association that pertain to leadership in schools, learning online during COVID-19, language assessment practices in hiring practices, and educational program development and evaluation in K-12 settings.
Dr Jan Green is currently an Associate Researcher within the School of Business at the University of Gibraltar. Her main role for the University is research supervision for post-graduate MBA and MA Leadership students when undertaking capstone projects. Additionally, she was module leader for Strategic Decision Making, Leadership & Change Management and International Business. In previous roles she has won Lecturer of the Year awards linked to her teaching and supervisory practice expertise which is endorsed by students and their subsequent success. She is passionate about executive education.
In addition, Dr Green is a freelance member of the doctoral supervision team at the University of Central Lancashire and teaches aspects of research methods to international cohorts of students.
She has successfully completed Knowledge Transfer Partnerships to implement strategic change and has delivered her research findings at a number of academic conferences including the British Academy of Management. Retaining practitioner interests, she has also been invited to speak at the Chartered Management Institute, International Women’s Day and the Gibraltar Federation of Small Businesses. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Green’s research interests are based on the concept of success, identifying and proposing solutions to problems in both the business and higher education arenas. She is a director of a successful renewable energy organization.
When teaching, her work is both energetic, interactive and professional which is based on theory into practice techniques and effectively encourages individual students to gain individual insights into the relevance and value of academic models. She utilises instructional conversations during supervision sessions prior to ensuring students identify personal tasks and goals that should be undertaken in order to maintain sufficient progress prior to a timely completion and submission, which complies with the module specification and demonstrates her ability to effectively utilise applied research.
Dr. Jan Green
Associate Researcher, School of Business, University of Gibraltar
Topic: Enhancing the trajectory of student dissertations: a single case design
Assoc. Prof. Gina Aurora Necula
Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romani
Topic: Remote and Online Skills Readjusted to the Onsite Teaching and Learning Activity – Changing Perspectives of Students and Teachers
Professor Zeynep Kızıltepe (PhD)
We can Boğaziçi University, Faculty of Education. Department of Educational Sciences.
Topic: Understanding student motivation in face-to-face and online learning environments.
Dr. Melissa Comer
Tennessee Technological University, College of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Topic: Teaching, Learning, & Education: Lessons Learned-Some the Hard Way.
Dr. Ayman Massouti
Dr. Ayman Massouti is an Assistant Professor of Education Studies at Abu Dhabi University. He holds a PhD in Critical Policy, Equity, and Leadership Studies from the University of Western Ontario, Canada. His research interests include teacher education for inclusion, education policy analysis, and inclusive leadership in schools and higher education.
Dr. Slaviša Radović
Dr. Slaviša Radović is an educational researcher in Adaptive Personalized Learning Environments (APLE II) project within D²L² research cluster at Fern University in Hagen, Germany. His interest encompasses different aspects of newly emerging technologies used in education, and the role of instructional design in supporting students reflection and self regulation during learning.
Prof. Elizabeth Mavhunga
Prof. Elizabeth Mavhunga is a rated researcher in science education at Wits University, South Africa. Her research explores teacher professional knowledge for teaching science using Digital Topic Specific Pedagogical Content knowledge (d-TSPCK). She is well published. For her research, she has been awarded two prestigious regional and national research awards.
Dr Hilda Freimuth
Dr Hilda Freimuth is an Assistant Teaching Professor on tenure-track in the English Language Learning and Teaching Department at Thompson Rivers University. She holds a B.A. in German, B.Ed., TESL Certificate, M.A. (TESOL), M.Ed. (TESL), and a Ph.D. in Education. She has taught English in many parts of the world.
Prof. Dr. Pedro Teixeira Pereira
Prof. Dr. Pedro Teixeira Pereira is an invited assistant Professor at the University of Porto. Experienced in teacher training at higher education level, tutoring young teachers through their pedagogical practice and masters’ dissertations. He was awarded a doctorate in Comparative History, Political and Social (A. U. Barcelona) and teaches Middle/Secondary History.
Ms. May Willyana
Ms. May Willyana is a master’s student at King’s College London, majoring in Teaching English to
Speakers of Other Languages. She is interested in English Language Teaching methodology,
especially blended learning. Recently, she was awarded a scholarship from the Indonesia
Endowment Fund for Education for her study at King’s.
Dr. Melissa Comer
Dr. Alexandra Juster
Dr. Viorelia Lungu
Assoc. Prof. Gina Aurora Necula
Dr. Andrei NASTAS
Prof. Dr. Jana Luprichová
Dr. Ľudmila Hurajová
Prof.Dr Mirjana Lenček
Dr. Zeynep Kiziltepe
Mr. Ralph Bruzzese
Mrs. Emiliana Pereira
Mr. Pedro Miguel de Freitas Azevedo
Ms. Cretu Liliana
Also, she is a Ph.D. student at Tiraspol State University.
Mr. Sultan Samah A Alenezi
Mrs. Lamya Alfadhel
Ms. Gabriela Chmelíková
Mr. Orges Cico