TEACHING AND EDUCATION WORK 



Higher Ed:


Courses: 

Fall, 2019  EDT 180 - Technology Literacy: Problem Solving using Digital Technology Applications (online), Arizona State University.

Academic Associate (Instructor).


Spring, 2016 AME 598, AME 494: Science Fiction Studio, Arizona State University.

Students Mentor and Teaching Assistant for educational technology.


Graduate student mentorship:
2018 – 2019 Mentor, Teachers College Doctoral Council, MLFTC, Arizona State University
2018 – 2019 Mentor, SHADES program, cross-cultural graduate student mentoring, Arizona State University
2017 – 2019 Mentor, Academic and cultural mentorship for Fulbright students and candidates


Undergraduate students mentorship:

2013 – 2014 Academic mentor for a group Arab undergraduate student for introduction to educational studies courses. Together Project for Supporting Freshman Students, Arab Students Equality Program, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Youth:


Summer, 2017 Teacher and Curriculum Designer. Entrepreneurship, Design Thinking, and Technology Innovation. MIT Program, The Middle East Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow, Jerusalem. (http://meet.mit.edu).


2017-2018 Tutor and Mentor. Junior Tutoring Leadership Program, César Chávez High School, Tempe, AZ.


2014-2015 Teacher and Curriculum Designer. Visual Communication and Art, Entrepreneurship, and Conflict Resolution and Justice. Gifted Learners Program (Baqa El Gharbia, Kufor Qaria’), Ministry of Education, Israel.


2012 – 2013 Tutor for Hebrew language for Palestinian Arabic speakers.
Teens Meet University Program – Social Involvement Program, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Selected community-based work:


2020 Designer and instructor. Co-designing STEAM learning enviornments for non-dominant learners workshops, with Al-Rowad for Science and Technology. 


2014-2015  Co-founded several educational projects at the Arab Traditional Village, an educational village that focuses on land, Palestinian heritage, environment, and sustainability education (hundreds of K12 students visited the Village daily during peak seasons), my responsibilities included: instructional design for learning units (e.g., Olives season, Honeybees, Indigenous herbs), experience design, and strategic planning.

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