Dr. Wisam Chaleila is a Senior Lecturer, Head of English Department and EAP Unit at Al- Qasemi College of Education in Israel. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English and German language and literature from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 2014, she received a Ph.D. Erasmus Fellowship in 2011 and obtained a double degree in English and American literature from KU Leuven in Belgium and University of Haifa. She was also enrolled in a postdoctoral program in KU Leuven. Chaleila specializes in literature and her teaching fields include Anglo-American literature and poetry, multi-ethnic literature, English teaching, and academic writing. Her research spans academic writing, critical theory, literary theory, early and modern literatures, poetic and social justice, American history, ethnic identity, Darwinism, and Marxism. In 2021 Chaleila authored the book Racism and Xenophobia in Early Twentieth-Century American Fiction: When a House is Not a Home - Routledge.
Dr. Duaa Abu Elhija Mahajna is a linguist specialized in sociolinguistics, language contact and computer mediated communication. She received the Fulbright scholarship in 2012.
She did her PhD at Indiana University Bloomington and has several publications in refereed journals.
د. أحمد عامر
محاضر للغة الإنجليزية في أكاديمية القاسمي. مختص في دمج التكنولوجيا في التعليم. مرّر أكثر من 100 استكمال واشترك في ثلاثة مؤتمرات دولية.
Dr. Amer’s specialization is instructional technology - how to integrate technology into language teaching. Dr. Amer has had several fellowships including three in the US. Dr. Amer was a guest lecturer for a month in Vietnam Hanoi university. This year he has been chosen to deliver an in-service training course for more than 500 teachers on distance learning pedagogy.
أ. هدى شكري
المركزة الإدارية لعمادة العلوم الإنسانيّة وقسم اللغة الانجليزيّة وآدابها والاعفاء
د. ايمان علوش
عميدة شؤون الطلبة ومسؤولة في مفوّضية منع التحرش الجنسي
Dr. Garra-Alloush has a PhD in English from Haifa University. She worked as the head of the English Department at al-Qasemi College between the years 2014-2018. Now she is the Dean of Students. She gives courses in English Literature and Linguistics, as well as Oral proficiency courses. She is also a Pedagogical advisor for third year students. In addition, she is an M.Ed. advisor for M.Ed. students at al-Qasemi College. Her research interests include EFL Higher Education, Sociolinguistics, and also Comparative Literature.
Dr. Assaly received the B.A. degree in Linguistics from the University of Birzeit, West bank, Palestine (1986), the M.A. degree in TEFL from the University of Haifa, Israel (2004), and the Ph.D. degree from Al-Yarmouk University, Jordan (2015). She has worked as a high school teacher for 26 years. In 2004, she joined Al Qasemi Academy staff as a lecturer and a pedagogical counselor. Currently she works as a lecturer in the English department. Her research interest includes pedagogy, HOTS, technology and linguistics.
Dr. Jabareen received his Doctoral Degree (Ed. D.) in “Administration, Training and Policy Studies”in 2007 from Boston University: Boston MA, USA. He also obtained a Master of Arts (MA) in English Literature in 1985, Connecticut College: New London CT, USA, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English Literature and Arabic Literature 1983 from Tel Aviv University, Israel.
د. أسنات عثامنة
مختصة في الادب الانجليزي، حاصلة على اللقب الأول، الثاني والثالث من الجامعة العبرية في القدس. د. عثامنة محاضرة في أكاديمية القاسمي في قسمي اللغة الإنجليزية والتحضيرية.
Ms. Atamna teaches English language and literature at Al-Qasemi Academic College. Her main field of research and study is 19th century Literature, also known as the Victorian era. Atamna received her B.A. and M.A. from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has submitted her dissertation entitled “Testing the Ideal: The Representation of Father Figures in Charles Dickens’s Novels” at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Dr. Keblawi has a BA in English and Education from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, an MA (Dist) in TESL from Tel Aviv University, an MA (Dist) in Islamic studies from Abertay University, Scotland, and a PhD in TESL from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Dr. Keblawi has founded and run numerous schools and educational organizations. His research interests include language learning motivation, teacher education and the memorization of the Quran.