Abdellateef AlQawasmi, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Al Ain Campus

abdellateef.alqawasmi@aau.ac.ae

Biography

Abdellateef Abdelhafez AlQawasmi is an assistant professor, at Al Ain University UAE. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Curriculum and Methods of Science.  Dr. Qawasmi began his career as a public-school physics teacher in Jordan. He received his B.Sc. in Science (majoring in Physics) from Yarmouk University in 1986, his Master's Degree in Education Science from Mu’tah University - Jordan, 1998, and his Doctorate Degree in Curriculum and Methods of Teaching Science from Amman Arab University for Graduate Studies – Jordan in 2010. AlQawasmi is particularly interested in all eLearning-based aspects of education.

Education

PHD, (Curricula and Teaching Methods/ Science), Amman Arab University for Graduate Studies, Jordan 2010

MSc, (Curricula and Teaching Methods), Mu'tah University, Jordan, 1998

High Diploma , (High Diploma of Education), Mu'tah University, Jordan, 1994

BSc. (Physics), Yarmouk University, 1990

Research Interests

All eLearning-based aspects of education. Modern Teaching Science Methods.

Selected Publications

Alqawasmi Abdellateef, Al Arabi, K.S., & Alsalhi N.R, (2023). The effectiveness of science teachers' use of scientific inquiry in distance learning during the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Jordanian public schools. Information Sciences Letters. 12 (1), 185-196.

 

Alqawasmi Abdellateef, Al Arabi, K.S., & Alsalhi N.R, (2023). The effect of using the flipped classroom strategy in teaching physics on the academic achievement and motivation among students of secondary stage in Jordan. Information Sciences Letters. 12 (1), 211-220.

  

Alqawasmi Abdellateef, Lutfieh Mohammad Rabbani, Khaleel Shehadeh Alarabi, Najeh Rajeh Alsalhi. (2022). Roles Interplay between Teachers and Students in the Provisions of Feedback: Establishing a Common Ground. International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education (INT-JECSE). 14 (1), 688-696.

 

Alqawasmi Abdellateef, Alsalhi N.R, Abdelrahman R, Abdelkader A.F, Ahmad Al-Yatim S.S, Habboush M,. &,. (2021). Impact of using the Differentiated Instruction (DI) Strategy on Student Achievement in an Intermediate Stage Science Course. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, Volume 16, Issue 11, Pages 25 - 45. 

 

Alqawasmi Abdellateef, Alsalhi. N, R & Al Arabi. K, Sh. (2022).  Science teachers’ perceptions towards science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning: A case study in Jordan. Information Sciences Letters. 11 (3), 881-899.

 

 The Effect of a Science Content Designed Based on the Recent Science Educational Standards on Students’ Achievement, Basic Scientific Skills and Scientific Curiosity among Basic Stage Students in the United Arab Emirates. Amman Arab University for graduate Studies, Amman Jordan. 2010.

  

The Status Quo of Computer Usage in the Southern Governorate Schools in Jordan. Prof. Majed Abu-Jaber & Abdellateef Abuomar. The forty-sixth word assembly of the international council education for teaching (ICET), July 23rd – 27th, 2001, Santiago, Chile, (1999).

 

The use of computers in public schools in the southern governates of Jordan and the attitudes of teachers and students toward it. Mu'atah University, Karak, Jordan. 1998.

Conferences

The New Normal Education post COVOD-19, June 10 - 12, 2021, T4.EDUCATION

 

Excellence, Gifted Education, Innovation, & Creativity in Basic-Higher Education Ajman, June 10 - 12, 2021, Ajman - UAE

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, Al Ain University UAE

 

Teaching Courses

School Curriculum and UAE Curriculum

Instructional technology

Educational Technology

Methods of Teaching Social Studies