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					                                      CURRICULUM VITAE

                                           Ali Hassan Habayeb


Work Address:            P.O. Box (7)
                         An-Najah National University
                         Nablus-West Bank
                         Palestine
                         E-Mail: habayeb@najah.edu / habayebali@hotmail.com

Phone:                   09-2344114             Fax: 09-2345982

Home Phone:               09-2341277            Mobile: 0599899712

Birth Date:               November 2nd 1952

Marital Status:           Married (Four children)




Education

1988              Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
                  The Effect of Illustration on Text Comprehension
                  Reading Department
                  State University of New York at Albany

1981              Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Management),
                  State University of New York at Fredonia

1979              Master of Science in Education (Curriculum Instruction)
                  State University of New York at Fredonia

1975              Bachelor of Arts (Arabic Language Major and Education (Minor)
                  Jordan University, Amman


Experience:

2009-present:        Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, An-Najah National University.
                     Duties include: Arranging courses every semester, solving student’s and teachers’
                     problems with the Vice President, writing reports on the activities of the faculties to
                     the Vice President, in addition to teaching Elementary Education and teaching
                     Practices.
2006-2008:       Dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences at An-Najah National University.
                 Duties included: Running the Faculty of Educational Science, in
                 addition to managing and administering the Faculty.

1999- 2006:      Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, An-Najah National University.
                  Duties included: Arranging courses every semester, solving students’ and teachers’
                 problems with the Vice President writing reports on the activities of the faculties to
                 the vice president, in addition to teaching Elementary Education and teaching
                 Practices.


1998 –1999:     Director of Documentation Center, An-Najah National University.
                 Duties included: Documenting the activities of the University, which included
                 workshops, conferences, research, students’ activities and activities run by the
                 different communities in the West Bank.

1995- 1998      Chairman of the Elementary Education Department, An-Najah National
                University
                 Duties included: Establishing the Department, as well as running,
                 managing and administering its courses.

1994-1995:     Assistant Professor, An-Najah National University.
               Taught the following courses:
               Evaluation and Measurement, Teaching Methods for Basic
                Stages, Classroom Management, Teaching Practice as well as
                supervising graduate research.

1992-1994:        Dean of the Faculty of Educational Science, An-Najah National
               University
               Managing and Administrating the College.

1988-1992:        Assistant Professor, College of Education, An-Najah National
              University.
               Taught the following courses:
               Evaluation and Measurement in Education, Teaching Methods in the
              Elementary Stage.
              Served as a Board member of An-Najah Journal of Research.

1981-1985:      Instructor at An-Najah National University
              Taught the following subjects:
              Introduction to Psychology. Introduction to Education.
              Introduction      to   Statistics,  Personality, Curriculum  and
              Methods, Evaluation        and     Measurement    and Educational
              Psychology.

1981:         Worked as a part-timer at the Office of Community Development
              Foundation (CDF) in Jerusalem where I collected data from different
              villages in order to provide them with financial assistance.

1975-1977:    Instructor at An-Najah N. College.
              Taught the following courses:
                 Arabic Language, Teaching Methods, Curriculum Instruction, Educational Psychology,
                  Introduction to Education.
                 I also served as a supervisor of the Student Teaching Program.




Related Experience
Inclusive Education

- Worked with children with learning difficulties through a project with Oslo University where I
was the coordinator of the project for four years (from 1996-2000). During these years we
visited different schools in Nablus, Jenin and Tulkarm observing children with special needs in the
classroom, doing research in order to prove whether inclusion is the best way to overcome their
difficulties and also observed teachers’ attitude towards inclusion.

- As a member of the Unified Curriculum for Palestinians. I examined the curriculum for Gaza
and the West Bank in order to narrow the gap between them.
- Worked with schools through a program for teaching practice for students especially at the
early stage, looking at difficulties facing children in reading, writing, language, evaluating the
curriculum at the basic educational level and supervising students’ teaching and practice.


Publications:

Doctoral Dissertation: The Effect of Illustration on Text Comprehension.

- Students Drop out in the North Part of the West Bank
   Journal of Evaluation and Measurement. Feb. 1997 Gaza.
- The Role of the Society in Enhancing Children Reading.
   Journal of evaluation and Measurement . Feb. 1996 Gaza.
- The Reality of Palestinian Secondary Education
   Journal of Evaluation and Measurement. Sept. 1996. Gaza.
- Professional Efficiency for School Teachers
   Journal of Education. Nov. 1995 Amman.
- The Reality of Palestinian Basic Education.
   Center for applied Education. 1995 Ramallah
- The Role of Parents in Assisting Reading.
   Paper presented at Bethlehem University. 1991 Bethlehem
- The Role of Education in Motivating Democracy.
   Paper presented to Arab Universities Union. 1994 Ramallah
- The Role of Private and Government Sector in Training University Students.
   Paper presented to Arab Universities Union. 1997 Amman.
- Popular Education During the Intifada
  Paper presented to Geneva University. 1977.
- Give Them A Chance
  Paper presented to Oslo University, 1977, Norway.
- Teachers Attitude Towards Inclusion 2000.
  Directory for Master Thesis at An-Najah National University Part (1) 2000.
- Difficulties Facing Palestinian Education 2001
  The Reality and Future of Higher Education in Palestine 2002.
- Directory for Master Thesis at An-Najah National University 2002
- Teachers Attitude Towards Inclusion 2004.
- Teachers Attitude Towards Globalization 2004.
- The Effect of Al-Aqsa Intifada on Some Problems Pertinent to Children’s
  Psychology of Play from Principles and Teachers Points of View 2004.
- Academic Accreditation at An-Najah University 2005.

    Educational Conferences and Workshops:

 CASDA Reading Conference, Annual Meeting. Albany New York, 1986.
International Reading Association, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 1987.

CASDA Reading Conference, Annual Meeting, Albany, New York, 1988
Workshop “Reality of Education” Jerusalem, 1992.
Workshop “Reality of Education” Jerusalem, 1992.
Workshop “Education First “ Education Conference, Bethlehem, 1992.
Workshop “Education In service Training” U.K. 1993.
Workshop “Education Conference” Ramallah. 1994.
Workshop “Student Drop out” Ramallah. 1995.
Workshop “Special Education” England. 1996.
Workshop “To Live Together” Geneva. 1997.
Workshop “Give Them A Chance” Oslo University. 1996.
Workshop “Give Them A chance” Denmark. 1997
Workshop “Give Them A chance” Oslo University. 1998.
Workshop “Give Them A chance” Oslo University 1999.
Conference for United Arab Universities “Student Practices” Yemen, 2001
Conference for United Arab Universities “Student Practices” Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2002
Conference for United Arab Universities “Student Practices” Sudan 2003.
Workshop “Enhancing of quality Assurance and Institutional planning at Arab Universities” Tunis
2003
Conference for United Arab Universities “Student Practices” Oman 2004.
Conference for United Arab Universities “Student Practices” Algeria 2005.
Conference for United Arab Universities “Student Practices” Amman 2006.
Review Specialist UNDP for quality assurance for Birzeit University 2006.
Review Specialist UNDP for quality assurance for Cairo University 2006.
Evaluating more than 50 research paper for different reference journals in Palestine
and other Arab countries 1994-present
Supervising more than 50 master students during my work at An-Najah National
University
Supervising 3 PhD Doctorate students with the University of Ain-Shams (Cairo)


Membership:

-         Member of the International Reading Association Board 1986.
-         Member of AN-Najah Journal of Research 1990.
-         Member of the Education College Council 1991.
-         Member of the Palestinians to the Peace Conference (Education) 1990-94
         (Higher Education Council).
-         Member of the Central Committee to the Unified Curriculum 1993-1994. (Higher
         Education Council).
-         Member of the Unified Curriculum Committee 1992-1994. (Higher Education
         Council).
-   Member   of   National Committee for Educational Science and Culture 1995- 2000
-   Member   of   the Graduate Studies Council 2006
-   Member   of   the Law and Order Committee at the University 1989- present
-   Member   of   the Quality Assurance Committee at the University 2000- present

				
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