Ammar Merhbi
MEMBER
ORGANIZATIONDar Jana International School and Eductechalogy
PROFESSIONHead of English Department/ Technology Enhanced Learning Specialist/ Founder of Eductechalogy
COUNTRYLebanon
WEBSITEhttps://about.me/ammarmerhbi

Senior English teacher and Technology Enhanced Learning specialist with more than 15 years of experience
• Expert instructor, educational leader and senior teacher in creating learning environments that are relaxed and enjoyable
• Accomplished at optimizing learning in multi-cultural settings via the innovative integration of technology, the sharing of ideas, and by providing a framework that inspires skills development in learners of all ages and backgrounds
• Experienced in delivering training/ teacher development just-in-time workshops and “cognitive apprenticeship” to faculty member in classrooms and the curriculum.
• Expert in curriculum design and development
• Expert in advanced learning technologies/e-learning and their whole-school/classroom integration using sound pedagogy
• Founder of Eductechalogy that renders technology enhanced learning services and products and educational consultations to help learning institutions leverage the power of technology to enhance learning

RESEARCH INTERESTS
distance learning, learner autonomy, call, teacher education, teacher professional development, neuro-education,
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