PhD University of Kansas Curriculum and Instruction
Master University of Sharjah Arabic Language
Dr. Khadija Alhumaid is an Assistant Professor of Education at Zayed University since 2013, with experience in teaching and curriculum development. Her research interests include teaching strategies, curriculum design, and integrating technology to learning process. One of the main purposes why she decided to pursue a career in academia is that she would have opportunity to work with generations of educators. Dr. Khadija Alhumaid view teaching as central to all of her scholarly activities. Based on student-centered principles, she used to implement various instructional strategies to ensure that her students learn how to learn, how to critically think, and how to reshape their futuristic identities. Among her teaching philosophy is giving diversity and multiculturalism their due consideration. Dr. Khadija Alhumaid encourage students to engage in open-ended formative and summative evaluations through the use of collaborative research projects, presentations, review activities, and portfolios.
- K. Al-Humaid. (2019). Educational Dictionary. Jordan, Amman: Dar Konoz for Publishing and Distribution.
- Forster, C., & Eperjesi, R. (2019). Action Research for New Teachers. (K. Al-Humaid, Trans.). Dar Konoz. (Original work published 2017).
- Stephonie, C. (2018). Popper’s Approach to Education (K. Al-Humaid, Trans.). Jordan, Amman: Dar Konoz. (Original work published 2017).
- K. Al-Humaid. (2016). Appositives Dissent: Features and Aspects. Jordan: Jinan House for Publishing and Distribution.
- Al-Humaid, Khadija. (2019). Learning and Teaching Arabic: Flourishment or Perishment. M. Hareb (Eds.) Teaching and Learning Arabic at the Era of Technology (pp. 161-180). KSA: King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz international Centre for the Arabic Language
- Al-Humaid, K. (2019). Four ways Technology has Negatively Changed Education. Journal of Education and Social Research. Vol. 9, No.4.
- Al-Humaid, K. (2019). Feminist Perspectives on Education and Pedagogy: A Meta- Synthetic Insight into the Thoughts of Four American Philosophers. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Vol.8, No.3.