Ameera Musa Ali

Dr. Ameera Musa Ali

Assistant Professor

Business Administration

 

Email: a.hussein@ku.edu.bh

  • Ph.D. in English Language (ELT)–College of Graduate Studies – University of Khartoum                 (March-2015).
  • M.Sc. (TEFL) Teaching English as a Foreign Language. University of Juba, Faculty of Education. Graduation: Sept. (2005), GPA: 3.4 out of 4                                              
  • B.Sc. of Art & Education-Honours-2nd class-Division One. University of Khartoum, Faculty of Education. Subject of Study: (English Language).       
  • 2016 – Present: Assistant Professor in English Language - Faculty of Law – Kingdom University –Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • 2015 – Present: Assistant Professor in English Language - Faculty of Education –University of Khartoum -Sudan. March.
  •  2008 – 2014: English language Lecturer–Faculty of Education –University of Khartoum -Sudan.
  • 2014 – 2015: English Language part-time Lecturer– English Language Department- Faculty of Art –University of Bahrain.
  • 2012 – 2013: English Language trainer – Computer Science program- Community College- Qatif, University of Dammam.
  •  2011 – 2012: English Language part-time instructor – English Language Center – University of Bahrain.
  • 2007 - 2010: Lecturer in ESP (English for Specific Purposes)-College for Technological Sciences (CTS) –Omdurman-Sudan. 
  • 2006 – 2006: Part-time Instructor in ESP (English for Specific purposes –medicine) English Language Unit, Faculty of Medicine, Arabian Gulf University. Self-Access Center Supervisor.
  • 2001 - 2005: Lecturer in ESP (English for Specific Purposes)-College for Technological Sciences (CTS) –Omdurman-Sudan.
  • 1999 - 2000: Part-time Instructor of English Language; Albaha Teachers, College for Girls, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  • 1998- 2000: Medical Interpreter, King Fahad Hospital at Albaha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 
  • Alajab, Alajab Mohammed & Ali, Ameera Musa (2015). The impact of a blended Learning course on Khartoum University students achievement and motivation to learn Scientific English. American International Journal of Social Science (AIJSS). 4 No. 2. March 2015. Website: www.aijssnet.com.
  • Ali, Ameera Musa & Alajab, Alajab Mohammed (2014). The impact of a Blended Learning course on Khartoum University students’ achievement and motivation to learn Scientific English. Paper presented at Spring Global Conference on Education, May 2-3, 2014. University of Riverside, USA. Available online at: http://www. uofriverside.com/conferences/global-education-conference/
  • Ali, Ameera Musa (2013). Journeys (Matarat): A Documentary TV program. Blue Nile TV Company. Omdurman Sudan
  • Ali, Ameera Musa & Alajab, Alajab Mohammed (2013). Assessing the use of Moodle LMS for teaching Scientific English at Khartoum University on Science Students attitudes towards learning English. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (Spain–Barcelona 1st– 3rd July 2013). The EDULEARN13 Proceedings ISBN: 978-84-616-3822-2. Available online at: http://library.iated.org/view/ALI2013ASS
  • Ali, Ameera Musa (2008). For Men & Women: A Social TV Program. Blue Nile TV Company –Omdurman Sudan.
  • Ali, Ameera Musa (2007). New evening: A cultural TV Program. Blue Nile TV Company –Omdurman Sudan
  • Ali, Ameera Musa (2007). The Guitar poems TV program. Blue Nile TV Company. Omdurman Sudan

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