Senior Instructor

Ph.D. in Special Education, 2023, United Arab Emirates University

Masters in Leadership, Management, and Policy in Education- 2014- The British University in Dubai

Bio

Dr. Amani Mohamed has 20 years of experience in Education across teaching, leading, administration, and interventions in International organizations in the United Arab Emirates. Dr Mohamed is a dynamic educator passionate about inclusive learning environments and innovative teaching methodologies. She firmly believes in the power of education to transform lives and is dedicated to creating inclusive learning environments where every student can thrive.

With a Ph.D. in Education specializing in Special Education, obtained from the United Arab Emirates University, and a Master in Leadership, Management, and Policy in Education from the British University in Dubai, Dr Mohamed has a solid academic foundation complemented by practical experience. Her career highlights include pivotal roles in strategic planning, leadership, assessment, curriculum adaptation, fostering student-centered approaches, and spearheading initiatives to prepare students for successful careers through real-world connections.

With expertise in cultural competence, technology integration, and effective communication, Dr. Mohamed excels in collaborative environments, fostering interdisciplinary learning experiences and guiding students toward holistic development. Fluent in both Arabic and English, Dr. Mohamed embodies dedication, innovation, and a steadfast commitment to educational excellence.

 
Office

Dubai Academic City

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Teaching Areas

Leadership, Management, and Policy in Education, Special Education, Assessment, and Curriculum Adaptations.

Research and Professional Activities

Examining culturally responsive inclusive education practices in mainstream schools in the United Arab Emirates- Disability and the Global South Journal – 2023. https://dgsjournal.org/currentissue/. Inclusive Education and Cultural Responsive Practices in the UAE- (under review-Q1 publication) Teacher’s confidence in using high leverage practices – (in progress)

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