Khadijeh Mohammad Naser, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Al Ain Campus


Dr. Khadijeh Naser is an Assistant Professor at the University of Al Ain. She was an Educational coordinator and trainer with an extensive background in the design, delivery, and evaluation of educational programs, in Jordan. She holds a Degree in Biology Science from Jordanian University, a Master's in Educational Technology, and PhD. from Malaya university. She has received awards such as the LUMA STAR-T Award in the best educational practices. Winning research competitions at the national level. Participated in setting quality standards and performance indicators for schools. She has wide experience in teaching and training in the area of Educational technology, training teachers. Currently, she is active in research and publishes in Instructional Design & Technology, Open Learning Design & Technology, STEM Education, Flipped Learning, and Digital Curriculum & Development.


Ph.D. Instructional Technology, University of Malaya, Malaysia

MSc. Information And Communication Technology in Education, Jordan

Higher Diploma Certificate, Information And Communication Technology, IN Holland University, IN Holland

Bachelor of Science: Biology, University of Jordan, Jordan

Research Interests

Instructional Design & Technology, Open Learning Design & Technology, Instructional System & Technology, Flipped Learning, Digital Curriculum & Development, Open Distance Learning, Integration STEM in Education, and design and development research.

Selected Publications

Naser, K. M. M., Halili, S. H., & Razak, R. A. (2021). STUDENTS’ACCEPTANCE OF USING A FLIPPED STEM CLASSROOM ENGINEERING-BASED MODULE. JuKu: Jurnal Kurikulum & Pengajaran Asia Pasifik9(1), 20-28.


Naser, K. M. M., Halili, S. H., & Razak, R. A. (2021). NEEDS ANALYSIS IN SOLVING STEM PROBLEMS AMONG JORDANIAN STUDENTS. Journal of Educational Research39, 118-126.


 The best teaching practices in education, International StarT Gala, Finland, 2022.


Towards a Green Jordan, Jordanian Ministry of Education, Jordan, 2013.

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor , AL Ain University. United Arab of Emirate 


Commissioner Trainer of CoRT for Thinking Skills,Debono Center for Teaching Thinking, Amman, Jordan


Director of Talent and Creativity Academy, Amman, Jordan


Educational Coordinator, Department of Science in private schools, Amman, Jordan

STEM Teacher.

Teaching Courses

Instructional Technology

تقنيات التعليم

Methods of teaching information technology



Member of the Ibtikar Association for the Development of Creativity, non-profit cultural association


Awarded: Luma Star-T Global Competition - Finland,  won among the three best educational practices in  the world for the year 2020: 



Published in: Journal of Educational Research

Jun 25, 2021

/ Khadijeh Naser

Thisquantitative study aims to determine the capabilities of primary school students in problem-solving skills.Problem-solving inventory (PSI) was used as a reliable source for collecting data on students' perceptions of their abilities in problem-solving. The focus of the study is on the seventh-grade female studentsin a private school in Jordan. Their responses on PSI were collectedand analyzed through statistical methods to determine the mean and standard deviations of factors within the inventory. The results showed that students have overall moderate perceptions about their ability to solve real problems. Their perception of the three factors in the inventory such as problem solving confidence (PSC),approach avoidance style (AAS), and personal control(PC)is moderate. The results emphasized the necessity of conducting an intervention at various levels to improve the level of primary students' perception of their capabilities in solving problems due to the correlation with their performance and achievement in issues related to solving problems.

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Feb 16, 2021

/ Khadijeh Naser

This study aims to identify the students’ acceptance of using a Flipped STEM classroom (FSC) Engineering-based module. The study sample consisted of 120 students from the seventh grade in a private school in Jordan. A questionnaire was employed in this study. The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) was used in this study to determine the extent of students' acceptance of the FSC engineering-based module. The results showed that the students’ acceptance to use the FSC engineering-based module was high. the results showed that students had more level of acceptance for performance expectancy and effort expectancy dimensions. The study recommends submitting the FSC engineering-based module for enhancing problem-solving skills for elementary school students in STEM subjects.