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List top 5 skills: associate professor, lecturer, teacher/tutor
Short Bio:

I believe that my academic knowledge together with my life experience and travelling could allow me to develop a myriad of courses related to Arabic language and socio-cultural Arabic history.

I believe in a student-centered teaching methodology, where students are encouraged as well as challenged to think, critique, analyze, and therefore, formulate their own opinions.

Current location: 

Egypt - View on map

Nationality: 

American

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

education and training, Retail Wholesale and Purchasing, Travel and Tourism

Spoken languages: 

Arabic, english

Locations I am interested in working:

Albania, Arabia, Saudi, Australia, Belgium, canada, cyprus, Denmark, Dubai, egypt, France, Germany, Japan, kuwait, Luxembourg, malta, Morocco, Netherlands, new zealand, Norway, Oman, portugal, qatar, Sweden, switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States



EDUCATION

International Baccalaureate (IB) Examiner History, Higher Level (HL)/Standard Level(SL) Paper1 and Extended Essays

Ph.D.in Historical Identity and Cultural Anthropology Indiana University, Bloomington, USA September 2011 GPA:3.9

M.A. in History and Western Humanities California State University, Sacramento, USA August 2002 GPA:3.9

Professional Teller Diploma, Bank of America, Sacramento, California, USA June 1997

Two Years Graduate Diploma in Tourism Guidance Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt July 1994 GPA:3.4

B.A. in Archaeology with restoration and conservation concentration. Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt May 1991 GPA:3.2

 

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

Private Tutor, class size: 15­20, Cairo, Egypt
Summer 2013–Current

Teaching: English as a Foreign Language(EFL) Grammar– Essential Grammar in Use ,three volumes, Cambridge University Press Critical Reading– Active Reading Skills : Reading and Critical thinking in College, Creative Writing–The McGraw–Hill Guide: Writing for College, Writing for Life.

World History – Holt World History: The Human Journey

US History Barron’s AP United States History

Critical Thinking (Summer Course) Primary–Level Three, Building Thinking Skills

Adjunct Associate Professor, Sacramento City College, Sacramento, California Division of Humanities and Social Science, Department of Humanities Fall2015 (offered and I declined it)

Course offered: HUM 310: Modern Humanities

Visiting Professor, National Center for Social & Criminology Research, Cairo, Egypt Spring 2012–Spring 2015

Chair, Social Studies Department, Bedayia International School, Cairo, Egypt Spring 2014

Teaching: •Social Studies,G 5 Ancient Egypt(4500–500B.C.E.)

•Social Studies, G6 Ancient India(2300–500B.C.E) Ancient China (1600B.C.E.–1C.E.)

•Social Studies, G7 Ancient Greece(2000–500B.C.E.) Ancient Rome (50B.C.E.–1453C.E.)

 

Adjunct Professor
Cosumnes River College, Sacramento, California Division of Humanities and Social Science, Department of Humanities
Fall 2013 (offered and I declined it)

Teaching HIST 400:History of African Nations

 

Senior Lecturer, Hayah International Academy, New Cairo, Egypt Social Studies Department
Fall 2012 ­Spring2013

Teaching: •Humanities,G9 Europe–High Middle Ages to the French Revolution(1000–1815C.E.)

•Egyptology, G10 Ancient Egypt(4500–30B.C.E.)

•Islamic Studies, G11 Islamic Philosophy

•Social Studies, G12 Political Sociology

 

Founder and President, ABC Nursery, Cairo, Egypt
Spring 2010–Spring2014

 

Adjunct Professor, Cosumnes River College, Sacramento, California Division of Humanities and Social Science, Department of Humanities Fall 2012 (offered and I declined it)

Teaching HUM300: Classical WesternHumanities

 

Private Tutor, American System High School Diploma, Cairo, Egypt
Fall 2006­ Spring 2007 and Fall 2011­ – Spring2012

Teaching Subject: Conversational  English and American Social Studies

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Cosumnes River College, Sacramento, California Division of Humanities and Social Science, Department of Humanities Fall 2008

Teaching HUM300:Classical Western Humanities

 

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Sacramento City College, Sacramento, California Division of Behavioural and Social Science, Political Science Department
Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Spring 2011 ( offered and I declined it), Spring 2012 (offered and I declined it), and Fall 2012 (offered and I declined it)

 

Teaching: POLS312:Politics of the Middle East
Docent/Egyptologist, Spring Tours, Cairo, Egypt
Summer 2007 – ­Summer 2008 and Spring 2010 ­- Spring 2011

 

Lecturer, California State University, Sacramento, California Department of Humanities and Religious Studies
Fall 2008 and  Spring 2009

Teaching HRS144: Introduction to Islam

Lecturer, University of California, Davis, California Department of Anthropology Middle East and South Asia Studies Progra
Spring 2009

Teaching Arabic0 03:ElementaryArabic

 

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Sacramento City College, Sacramento, California Division of Humanities and FineArts, Department of Foreign Languages
Fall 2008

Teaching Arabic 401:Elementary Modern Standard Arabic

 

Editor,
Dar al­ Salam Press, Cairo, Egypt  Mustafaal­ Nahas Street, Nasr City, Cairo Egypt
Spring ­Summer 2007

Reviewed and edited a three­ volume English ­Arabic dictionary

Instructor, Indiana  University, Bloomington Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures Spring2006

Teaching A150/A550:Elementary Standard Modern Arabic II

 

Instructor, Indiana University, Bloomington Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Fall 2005

Teaching A100/A500:Elementary Standard Modern Arabic

Instructor,
Indiana University, Bloomington Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Second Summer Session,2005

Teaching N305/605:TheArabWorld

 

Instructor
Indiana University, Bloomington Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
First Summer Session,2005

Teaching N255/N555:Multimedia Arabic

 

Instructor
Indiana University, Bloomington  Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Spring 2005

TeachingA310/610 Colloquial Egyptian Arabic

 

Instructor, Indiana University, Bloomington Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Fall 2004

TeachingA100/A500:Elementary Standard Modern Arabic

 

Instructor, Indiana University, Bloomington Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
First Summer Session 2004

TeachingN305:Societies and Cultures of the Middle East