Omar Mohammad Ali Khasawneh, Ph.D

Associate Professor

Al Ain Campus

+971 3 7024906

Omar.Khasawneh@aau.ac.ae

Biography

                                          CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Omar M. Khasawneh

 

Associate Professor, Educational Foundations

College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

Al Ain University of Science and Technology, Al Ain, UAE

Mobile# :( UAE) 971-56-979-4949

 

E-Mail: khasawneh.64@yu.edu.jo

omar.khasawneh@aau.ac.ae

 

     

 

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Educational Foundations (EDUCATIONAL POLICY & LEADERSHIP: CULTURAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION) (2002)        

              The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (USA)

             

M.A. in Educational Foundations (EDUCATIONAL POLICY & LEADERSHIP: CULTURAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION) (1999)

            The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (USA)

 

M.A. in Educational Administration and Supervision, (1997)

          Yarmouk University, Irbid (Jordan)  

 
B.S.Ed. in Education, (1991)

The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio (USA)

          

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2013-present      ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Dep. of Professional Diploma in Teaching, College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences- Al Ain University

 

                           

2011-2013           ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

Department of Educational Administration and Foundations

College of Education

Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

 

2007-2011           ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Department of Administration and Foundations, College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

 

2004-2007           ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Foundations of Education Department, College of Education, United Arab Emirates University, Alain, UAE.

 

2003-2004           LECTURER: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Department of Administration and Foundations, College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

2000-2002           TEACHER.

                            Sunrise Academy, Hilliard, Ohio, USA.

 

June-Sept. 97     INSTRUCTOR: ADJUNCT FACULTY

                            Columbus State Community College, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

 

1994-1995           TEACHING/RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Department of Educational Administration and Foundations, College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

2013-2015           DEAN/College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

                            Al Ain University,

                            Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

 

2013-2014            Department Head/Teacher Education: Arabic and Islamic Studies

                             Al Ain University,

                            Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

                           

2008-2010           ASSISTANT DEAN: COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

                            College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.         

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Khasawneh, O. M. & Altakhaineh, A. R. M. (2019). Teacher Education from Islamic Perspective. Common Ground Research Networks. University of Illinois Research: Champaign, IL - USA. (In Press).

Jarrah, A. M.  & Khasawneh, O. M.; (2019). Implementing Pragmatism and John Dewey’s Educational Philosophy in Emirati Elementary Schools: Case of Mathematics and Science Teachers. International Journal of Education Economics & Development. )In Press).

 

 

عمر خصاونة و رفيعة العامري. (2018).  واقع الإعلام التربوي في المدارس الثانوية بإمارة أبوظبي في دولة

الإمارات العربية المتحدة من وجهة نظر الطلبة. المجلة الدولية للبحوث التربوية جامعة الإمارات اعربية المتحدة.  42 (3): 285- 336. 

                           

 

 

 

Khasawneh, O. M. & Al-Jamal, M. A. (2017). Dealing with People in Light of the Quranic Chapter of Al-Hujurat (The Chambers): A Social Perspective. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 7 (2): 1-7.

 

Ibrahim, M. K. &  Khasawneh, O. M.. (2016). THE EXTENT OF IMPLEMENTING ‘FLEXIBILITY AND RESPONSIVENESS’ BY PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS. Journal of Teaching and Education,  05 (02):17–36.

 

Momany, M. A. Khasawneh, O. M. & Alrefaie, A. (2017). The Implications of Idealism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordanian's Elementary Curriculum Stage as Perceived by Teachers. Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Research and Studies, 42 (1). 9-21.

 

Khasawneh, O. M.; Khaled, A. & Al Momani, M. (2016).  The Implications of Naturalism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordan from the Perspectives of Childhood Education Teachers. Journal of Education and Practice, 7 (11). 45-54.

 

                     Shaqran, H., Khasawneh, O., Khaled, A., & Jarrah, A. (2015). Post-Traumatic Stress

                             Disorder of Syrian Refugees in Jordan. International Journal of Arts and Social Science, (3) 3. South Shields, United Kingdom.

 

Khasawneh, O., Miqdadi, R., & Hijazi, A.H. (2014). The Extent of Implementing

Pragmatism and Educational Philosophical Thought of John Dewey in Jordanian Public Schools. Journal of International Education Research, (10) 1. Littleton, CO USA.

 

Khasawneh, O. & Al- Momani, M. (March. 2013). Elementary Teachers Attitudes

towards the Implications of Idealism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordan. The Clute Institute International Academic Conference, Key West, Florida USA.

 

Talafheh, F., Al- Momani, M. Bataineh, O. & Khasawneh, O. (2012). Effective

Learning Environments for Young Children with Learning Disabilities in Jordan. College of Journal, Ain Shams University. Egypt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Khasawneh, O. M., Hijazi, A. H., & Salman, N. H. (2011). Polygamy and its Impact

on the Upbringing of Children: A Jordanian Perspective. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 42 (4): 563-576.

 

Khasawneh, O. (2010).  Parental Roles in Enhancing their Children's Leadership

Skills from the Perspectives of their Children; a Social Qualitative Study.  Journal of Abhath Al-Yarmouk.

 

Al-Taneiji, Sh. & Khasawneh, O. (2009).  Community Leaders: The Role of the

 School. Journal of Dirasat, University of Jordan,

36 (1): 218-225.

 

Khasawneh, O. & Abbadi, H. (2008). Jordanian Children's Use of Computer

Technology and its Effects on Them from their Parents Perspectives. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 39 (3): 267-284.

 

Abu-Ashour, K. & Khasawneh, O. (2008). Duties of Vice Principals from the

                                           Perspectives of Teachers in Jordan. University of

                                           Sharjah Journal, 5 (Special Issue): (1-14).

 

Khasawneh, O. & Alsagheer, A. (2007). Family-School Partnership for Enhancing

                                                Pupils’ Learning; a Proposed Model. Journal of Faculty of

          Education United Arab Emirates University, 24 (22): 47-

          72.

 

Lababneh, A & Khasawneh, O. (2010).The Degree of Educational Institutions of

Achieving Growth Requirements for Preschool Children In Irbid Educational District.

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATIONS/LECTURES

PRESENTATIONS

v  Khasawneh, O. & Al- Momani, M. (March. 2013). Elementary Teachers Attitudes towards the Implications of Idealism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordan. The Clute Institute International Academic Conference, Key West, Florida USA.

 

v  Education in the United States of America, March, 11th, 2007 (College of Education, United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  Al-Taneiji, Shaikah & Khasawneh, Omar M. (2009).  Community Leaders: The Role the School. Journal of Dirasat, University of Jordan.

 

v  Children’s Rights from Islamic Perspectives. Al-Balqa University Annual Conference, April, 2003.

 

LECTURES

v  Educational Supervisors Training: Developing a New Learning Culture. United Arab Emirates, 2004-2005.

 

v  Professional Development. Mraijeb Middle School, United Arab Emirates, 2006.

 

 

REFEREED PAPERS/ARTICLES 

v  Problems that are encountered by Public Elementary School Principals in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Social Affairs (Refereed Quarterly Journal Published by the Sociological Association and the American University of Sharjah).

 

v  Reading Instructions for Students with Disabilities: Implications for Professional Development. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  The Developmental Hierarchy of Arabic Phonological Awareness Skills. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  United Arab Emirates Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes towards Gifted/Talented Children with Disabilities. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  The Effect of Using Interactive Software on UAE Students’ Achievement and Attitudes towards Geometry. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  A Study of Student Engagement in Science Classes at UAE Secondary Schools. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  Teachers’ Perspectives of Testing Adaptations. (UAE University).

v  Family Adaptations to its Children with Disabilities in the United Arab Emirates. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  Fundamental Abilities of Inquiry in the UAE Elementary Science Schools. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  UAE Students’ Motivational Profiles and their Motivated Second Language Reading Behavior. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  Effects of Using Video on Teachers’ Ability to Understand Classroom Children’s Interaction. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  A Proposed Training Program for Elementary Schools Principals to Promote their Understanding of the New Vision of Teaching and Learning Mathematics. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  Technology Integration at UAE K-12 Classrooms: A Qualitative Analytical Study. (United Arab Emirates University).

 

v  Patterns of Interaction among Students in both Regular and Special Education Middle Primary Classrooms in the UAE.

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION AND INTEREST

v  Educational policy and leadership

v  Childhood Education

v  Islamic Thought, Philosophy and Education

v  Ethics and Education

v  Children's Rights

v  Educational Philosophy     

 

 

 

 

ADVISING

SUPERVISED DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS:   

v  Abu Mukh, Mahmood. (2013). The Pracicing Degree of Leadership Skills by Primary school Principals from Teachers' Perspectives inside the Green Line in Light of Future Visions. (Supervisors: Dr. Ali Jobran & Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

v  Al-Refai, Fatima. (2013). Collegial Supervision within YarmoukUniversityModelSchool and its Relatedness to Teachers Job Satisfaction; Application Difficulties (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh & Dr. Mohammad Al-Momani).

 

v  Al-Swidan, Bandar. (2013).The Role of Electronic Management in Improving Human Recourses within Saudi Universities from the Perspectives of Academic Leaders and faculty Members; Developmental Strategies. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

 

v  Bani Khalaf, Maisa. (2013).   School Administration Role in Activating Students Use of School Library and an Implication of Extracurricular Activities throughout Public Schools from the Perspectives of Teachers and Students in Irbid County. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh & Dr. Mohammad Al-Momani).

 

v  Jaradat, Kholood. (2013). Suggested Training Program to Improve Principals' Competencies of Early Childhood Education in Light of Transformation of Knowledge Economy. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

 

v  Abed Albaki, Ali Suleiman Mohammad. The Role of Jordanian Universities in Reducing the Migration of Qualified Faculty Members and Its Association with the Diffused Organizational Milieu. (2012). (Supervisor: Dr. Omar Khasawneh).

 

v  Aiasreh, Wafa. (2012). Philosophical Educational Degree of Reflection (Idealism, Realism, and Pragmatism) on the Educational Process in Jordan. Ph.D. Dissertatin.  Yarmouk University, 2012. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

 

SUPERVISED MASTER THESES:

v  Nusair, Taqwa. (2013). Privatization Philosophy pf Public Education from Jordanian Teachers' Perspectives within High Schools in the City of Irbid.

 

v  Al-Amiri, Rafia (2013).Educational Media in the United Arab Emirates Schools: Anticipation and Reality.

 

v  Al-Zghoul, Ali Rajee. The Practicing Degree of Secondary School Students' Values within Ajloun School District from the Perspectives of their Teachers, Yarmouk University, 2012. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Alshbool, Hiam Abdallah. (2011). The Practicing Degree of Citizenship Characteristics by Secondary School Students in AL-RamthaSchool District from Female Teachers Perspectives. Masters Thesis: Yarmouk University. (Advisor: Omar Khasawneh).

 

v  Al-Rwaili, Hana. (2010). The Role of Female School Principals and Educational Supervisors in the Professional Development of Middle School Female Teachers as Perceived by Female Teachers within Al-Jouf School District in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Ashour, Neveen. (2010). The Role of School Administration in Triggering Local Community-School Partnership from a Parental Perspective. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Zoubi, Hamadallah. (2010). The Relationship between Parents and Schools in Al-KooraSchool District and Its Connection with Academic Achievement from Parents Perspectives. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Al-Miskary, Yaqoob (2009). The Teacher's Participation Degree in the Educational Decision Making from the Perspectives of School Principals and Teachers in Oman. 

 

v  Al- Sharari, Aburrahman. (2009). The Prevalence of Secondary Students Leadership Skills in Saudi Arabia and School Role in Developing them from the Perspectives of Teachers. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

COURSES TAUGHT

GRADUATE COURSES

v  Islamic Educational Thought

v  Philosophical Schools and their Educational Implications

v  Research in Educational Foundations

v  Educational Policies

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

v  Student Teacher Supervision

v  Introduction to Education

v  Educational System in Jordan

v  Rights of Children in Jordanian Society

v  Establishment of Childhood Centers

v  Educational Exploratory Experiences

v  School Management and Supervision

v  Classroom Management and Supervision

v  Learning Communities

v  Education and the Future

v  Special Topics in Elementary Education

v  Special Topics in Childhood Education

v  Pre-school Philosophy and Goals

v  Upbringing of children in Islam 

v  Educational Thought in Islam

 

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND INVOLVEMENT

College of Education Secretary of the Board (College of Education, University of Yarmouk, 2008-2010) 

Member of the Student Affairs Committee for Inquiry and Investigation (College of Education, Yarmouk University, 2008-2010)

Member of the Seminars Committee (College of Education, Yarmouk University, 2008-Present)

Member of the Social Committee(College of Education, Yarmouk University, 2009-2011)

Member of the Committee of Inquiry and Investigation (Deanship of Student Affairs, Yarmouk University, 2011-Present)

Member of the Guidance and Supervision Committee (College of Education, Yarmouk University, 2010-2011) 

Member of the Committee of Research (College of Education, University of the United Arab Emirates, 2005-2006)

Member of the Social Committee (College of Education, United Arab Emirates University)

 

AWARDS

v  A Merit Increase & Recognition from the Associate Provost for Academic Affairs: (United ArabEmiratesUniversity): (2006).

Education

Ph D. Educational Foundations, The Ohio State University, USA

M.A Educational Foundations, the Ohio State University, (USA)

M.A. Educational Administration, Yarmouk University, Jordan

B.S.Ed. in Education, The University of Akron, (USA)

Research Interests

Educational Foundations, Policy and Leadership, Childhood/Elementary, Islamic Thought.

Selected Publications

  • Khasawneh, O. M. & Altakhaineh, A. R. M. (2019). Teacher Education from Islamic Perspective. 

    Common Ground Research Networks. University of Illinois Research: Champaign, IL - USA. (In Press)

  • Khasawneh, O. M.; Jarrah, A. M.  (2019)Implementing Pragmatism and John Dewey’s Educational Philosophy in Emirati Elementary Schools: Case of Mathematics and Science Teachers. International Journal of Education Economics & Development. 

  • Khasawneh, O. M. & Al-Jamal, M. A. (2017). Dealing with People in Light of the Quranic Chapter of Al-Hujurat (The Chambers): A Social Perspective. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 7 (2): 1-7.
  •  Ibrahim, M. K. &  Khasawneh, O. M.. (2016). THE EXTENT OF IMPLEMENTING ‘FLEXIBILITY AND RESPONSIVENESS’ BY PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS. Journal of Teaching and Education,  05(02):17–36. 

  • Momany, M. A. Khasawneh, O. M. & Alrefaie, A. (2017). The Implications of Idealism as an EDucational Philosophy in Jordanian's Elementary Curriculum Stage as Perceived by Teachers. Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Research and Studies, 42 (1). 9-21.
  • Hanan Al-Shagran;  Khasawneh, O. M.;  Ahmed, A. K. &  Jarrah, A. M.  (2015). Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder of Syrian Refugees in Jordan. International Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Science. 3 (3), 36-48.
  • Khasawneh, O. M.;  Ahmed Khaled, A. & Mohammad Al Momani, M. A. (2016). The Implications of Naturalism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordan from the Perspectives of Childhood Education Teachers. Journal of Education and Practice, 7 (11), 45054. 
  • Khasawneh, O., Miqdadi, R., & Hijazi, A.H. (2014). The Extent of Implementing Pragmatism and Educational Philosophical Thought of John Dewey in Jordanian Public Schools. Journal of International Education Research, (10) 1. Littleton, CO.  
  • Khasawneh, O. & Al- Momani, M. (March. 2013). Elementary Teachers Attitudes towards the Implications of Idealism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordan. The Clute Institute International Academic Conference, Key West, Florida USA. 
  • Khasawneh, O. (2010).  Parental Roles in Enhancing their Children's Leadership Skills from the Perspectives of their Children; a Social Qualitative Study.  Journal of Abhath Al-Yarmouk.
  • Talafheh, F., Al- Momani, M. Bataineh, O. & Khasawneh, O. (2012). Effective Learning Environments for Young Children with Learning Disabilities in Jordan. College of Journal, Ain Shams University. Egypt.
  • Khasawneh, O. M., Hijazi, A. H., & Salman, N. H. (2011). Polygamy and its Impact on the Upbringing of Children: A Jordanian Perspective. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 42 (4): 563-576.
  • Khasawneh, O. (2010). Parental Roles in Enhancing their Children's Leadership Skills from the Perspectives of their Children; a Social Qualitative Study. Journal of Abhath Al-Yarmouk.
  • Lababneh, A & Khasawneh, O. (2010).The Degree of Educational Institutions of Achieving Growth Requirements for Preschool Children In Irbid Educational District (Published in Arabic).
  • Al-Taneiji, Sh. & Khasawneh, O. (2009).  Community Leaders: The Role of the School. Journal of Dirasat, University of Jordan, 36 (1): 218-225.
  • Khasawneh, O. & Abbadi, H. (2008). Jordanian Children's Use of Computer Technology and its Effects on Them from their Parents Perspectives. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 39 (3): 267-284.
  • Khasawneh, O. & Alsagheer, A. (2007). Family-School Partnership for Enhancing Pupils’ Learning; a Proposed Model. Journal of Faculty of Education United Arab Emirates University, 24 (22): 47-72.

Conferences

Khasawneh, O. M. & Mohammad A. Al-Jamal, M A. Dealing with People in Light of the Quranic Chapter of AL-Hujurat (The Chambers). Business & Economics Society International-USA & Al Ain University Conference 2016.

 Ibrahim, M. K. &  Khasawneh, O. M.. (2016). THE EXTENT OF IMPLEMENTING ‘FLEXIBILITY AND RESPONSIVENESS’ BY PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS. Business & Economics Society International-USA & Al Ain University Conference 2015.

Khasawneh, O. M.;  Ahmed Khaled, A. & Mohammad Al Momani, M. A. (2016). The Implications of Naturalism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordan from the Perspectives of Childhood Education Teachers. Business & Economics Society International-USA & Al Ain University Conference 2015.

PRESENTATIONS/LECTURES PRESENTATIONS 

Khasawneh, O. & Al- Momani, M. (March. 2013). Elementary Teachers Attitudes towards the Implications of Idealism as an Educational Philosophy in Jordan. The Clute Institute International Academic Conference, Key West, Florida USA. 

Education in the United States of America, March, 11th, 2007 (College of Education, United Arab Emirates University).

 Al-Taneiji, Shaikah & Khasawneh, Omar M. (2007). Community Leaders: The Role the School. College of Education Conference, UAE University-2007.

Children’s Rights from Islamic Perspectives. Al-Balqa University Annual Conference, April, 2003. LECTURES 

Educational Supervisors Training: Developing a New Learning Culture. United Arab Emirates, 2004-2005. 

Professional Development.

Mraijeb Middle School, United Arab Emirates, 2006.

Professional Experience

 

 

2013-present      ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Dep. of Professional Diploma in Teaching, College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences- Al Ain University

 

                           

2011-2013           ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

Department of Educational Administration and Foundations

College of Education

Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

 

2007-2011           ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Department of Administration and Foundations, College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

 

2004-2007           ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Foundations of Education Department, College of Education, United Arab Emirates University, Alain, UAE.

 

2003-2004           LECTURER: FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

                            Department of Administration and Foundations, College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

2000-2002           TEACHER.

                            Sunrise Academy, Hilliard, Ohio, USA.

 

June-Sept. 97     INSTRUCTOR: ADJUNCT FACULTY

                            Columbus State Community College, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

 

1994-1995           TEACHING/RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Department of Educational Administration and Foundations, College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

2013-2015           DEAN/College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

                            Al Ain University,

                            Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

 

2013-2014            Department Head/Teacher Education: Arabic and Islamic Studies

                             Al Ain University,

                            Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

                           

2008-2010           ASSISTANT DEAN: COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

                        College of Education, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.   

 

 

Teaching Courses

Educational Thought, Philosophical Schools, Research in Educational Foundations, Educational Policies, Educational Foundations, Educational Exploratory Experiences, School Management and Supervision, Learning Communities, Special Topics in Elementary/ Childhood Education, Pre-school Philosophy, and the Upbringing of children in Islam.

Memberships

ADVISING

SUPERVISED DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS:   

v  Abu Mukh, Mahmood. (2013). The Pracicing Degree of Leadership Skills by Primary school Principals from Teachers' Perspectives inside the Green Line in Light of Future Visions. (Supervisors: Dr. Ali Jobran & Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

v  Al-Refai, Fatima. (2013). Collegial Supervision within Yarmouk University Model School and its Relatedness to Teachers Job Satisfaction; Application Difficulties (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh & Dr. Mohammad Al-Momani).

 

v  Al-Swidan, Bandar. (2013).The Role of Electronic Management in Improving Human Recourses within Saudi Universities from the Perspectives of Academic Leaders and faculty Members; Developmental Strategies. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

 

v  Bani Khalaf, Maisa. (2013).   School Administration Role in Activating Students Use of School Library and an Implication of Extracurricular Activities throughout Public Schools from the Perspectives of Teachers and Students in Irbid County. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh & Dr. Mohammad Al-Momani).

 

v  Jaradat, Kholood. (2013). Suggested Training Program to Improve Principals' Competencies of Early Childhood Education in Light of Transformation of Knowledge Economy. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

 

v  Abed Albaki, Ali Suleiman Mohammad. The Role of Jordanian Universities in Reducing the Migration of Qualified Faculty Members and Its Association with the Diffused Organizational Milieu. (2012). (Supervisor: Dr. Omar Khasawneh).

 

v  Aiasreh, Wafa. (2012). Philosophical Educational Degree of Reflection (Idealism, Realism, and Pragmatism) on the Educational Process in Jordan. Ph.D. Dissertatin.  Yarmouk University, 2012. (Supervisor: Dr. Omar "Mohammad Ali" Khasawneh).

 

SUPERVISED MASTER THESES:

v  Nusair, Taqwa. (2013). Privatization Philosophy pf Public Education from Jordanian Teachers' Perspectives within High Schools in the City of Irbid.

 

v  Al-Amiri, Rafia (2013).Educational Media in the United Arab Emirates Schools: Anticipation and Reality.

 

v  Al-Zghoul, Ali Rajee. The Practicing Degree of Secondary School Students' Values within Ajloun School District from the Perspectives of their Teachers, Yarmouk University, 2012. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Alshbool, Hiam Abdallah. (2011). The Practicing Degree of Citizenship Characteristics by Secondary School Students in AL-Ramtha School District from Female Teachers Perspectives. Masters Thesis: Yarmouk University. (Advisor: Omar Khasawneh).

 

v  Al-Rwaili, Hana. (2010). The Role of Female School Principals and Educational Supervisors in the Professional Development of Middle School Female Teachers as Perceived by Female Teachers within Al-Jouf School District in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Ashour, Neveen. (2010). The Role of School Administration in Triggering Local Community-School Partnership from a Parental Perspective. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Zoubi, Hamadallah. (2010). The Relationship between Parents and Schools in Al-Koora School District and Its Connection with Academic Achievement from Parents Perspectives. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).

 

v  Al-Miskary, Yaqoob (2009). The Teacher's Participation Degree in the Educational Decision Making from the Perspectives of School Principals and Teachers in Oman. 

 

v  Al- Sharari, Aburrahman. (2009). The Prevalence of Secondary Students Leadership Skills in Saudi Arabia and School Role in Developing them from the Perspectives of Teachers. (Advisor: Dr. Omar M. Khasawneh).