Elsayed Elshabrawy Ahmed Hassanein

Elsayed Elshabrawy Ahmed HassaneinCURRICULUM VITAE (CV) 

 

Personal details: 

Name: Elsayed Elshabrawy Ahmed Hassanein

Date of birth: 20th March 1977

Marital Status: married

Current Job: Lecturer (assistant professor) of Special education and mental health,  Mental health Department, Faculty of Education, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.

Address: 96 Swisry B, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt

Mobile: (002) 01144544029

E-mail: hassaneins@hotmail.com

 

Education

  1. B.A. English Department, 1998. Faculty of Education, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt, Very Good with Honors.
  1. Degree of Special Diploma in Education and Psychology, 2000, Faculty of Education, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt, Very Good grade and first on the faculty.
  1. Degree of Master of Education in ‘Mental Health’, 2003, Title of the thesis: Differences Between Type A & B behavior Patterns in some Psychological Variables Among a Sample of Al-Azhar Secondary Stage Students. Faculty of Education, Al-Azhar University, Excellent grade with a recommendation for publishing the thesis and exchanging it with the other Egyptian and Arabic Universities.
  1. PhD in Education, (Special Education), 11-01-2010. Title of the thesis: The Inclusion of Children with Special Educational Needs in Mainstream Schools in Egypt. Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter, UK.  

 

Current Job:

  1. Lecturer (assistant professor) of Special education and mental health,  Mental health Department, Faculty of Education, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. I am teaching courses at the graduate and postgraduate levels about mental health, general psychology, social psychology, special education, inclusive education, psychology of disability, learning disabilities, intellectual disability and teacher training. Also, I am participating in the national scheme for teacher training in Egypt. Furthermore, I am a member of the Egyptian committee for constructing standards for the education of children with special educational needs in Egypt.
  2. Training Consultant for the Special Needs Support Center, German University in Cairo (GUC)
  3. Certified external reviewer for the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education in Egypt. 

 

Previous Employment Experiences 

  1. Assistant Lecturer, Mental Health Department, Faculty of Education, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt, 2003-2005
  1. Demonstrator, Mental Health Department, Faculty of Education, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt, 2000-2003

 

Professional skills and Training

  1. Quantitative data analysis using SPSS programme;
  2. Qualitative data analysis using Nvivo programme;
  3. Mixed research methods (Combining Quantitative and Qualitative);
  4. Translation from English to Arabic and vice versa
  5. ICT and computer skills.
  6. International Computer Driving License (ICDL)
  7. Teaching and learning in Higher Education in UK Certificate from The University of Exeter, UK
  8. School Self Evaluation and Improvement Plans Certificate from the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (Egypt)
  9. Learning Outcomes and Curriculum Plans Certificate from the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (Egypt)
  10. External Review Certificate from the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (Egypt)

 

Membership of Professional Bodies

1-      British Educational Research Association (BERA)

2-      Egyptian Association for Psychological Studies (EASS)

3-      Egyptian Psychological Association (EPA)

4-      European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI)

5-      European Educational Research Association (EERA) 

 

Publications:

  1. Elshabrawy, E. (2007). Moving towards inclusive education in Egypt: Teachers’ perspectives. Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association annual conference, 3rd -6th September, Heriot-WattUniversity, Edinburgh, Scotland
  2. Elshabrawy, E. (2008). Teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive education: Socio-cultural perspectives. Annual Staff Student Research Conference of School of Education & Lifelong Learning, University of Exeter, UK, 9th May,
  3. Elshabrawy, E. (2008). Barriers to including children with special educational needs (SEN) in regular schools. Published in the Proceedings of the International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 17th-19th November, Madrid, Spain.
  4. Elshabrawy, E. (2009). Using Mixed-Methods to Explore Teachers’ Attitudes towards Inclusive Education: Methodological Implications. Paper presented at the European Educational Research Association (EERA) annual conference in Vienna, Austria from  28 – 30 September
  5. Elshabrawy, E. (2009). Socio-cultural framework for understanding teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive education. A paper presented at EARLI conference, 25th -29th August 2009, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  6. Elshabrawy, E. (2010). Cultural issues about disability and inclusion: Egyptian perspective. A paper presented at Inclusive and Supportive
    Education Congress (ISEC) 2-5 August 2010 Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  7. Elshabrawy, E. & Moneeb, T. (2010). Egyptian teachers’ perceptions about inclusive education: Implications for educational reform. A paper presented at Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress (ISEC) 2-5 August 2010 Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  8. Elshabrawy, E. (2011). Inclusive education and the complexity of change. A paper presented at EARLI conference, 30 August – 3 September 2011, Exeter, UK.
  9. Elshabrawy, M & Elshabrawy, E. (2011). Social Problem-Solving Skills Training For Children with Mild Intellectual Disability. A paper presented at EARLI conference, 30 August – 3 September 2011, Exeter, UK.
  10. Elshabrawy, E.  & Mahmoud, A.A. (2011). Political participation and the big five personality factors among University students, Beni Souif University, Faculty of Education Journal, October Volume , Part 3 , PP, 1-32.
  11. Elshabrawy, E. (2013). Inclusive education and the complexity of change. A paper presented at ECE, 11-14 July 2013, Brighton, UK.
  12. Elshabrawy, E. (2014). Changing Teachers’ Negative Attitudes towards Persons with Intellectual Disabilities. A paper accepted for presentation at Chicago International Conference on Education, May 22 – 23, 2014, USA.
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