Anwar Abdel Razeq
Anwar Abdel Razeq
Anwar Abdel Razeq / Hussein
Dr. Anwar received his Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Linguistics from An-Najah National University, his Master of Arts in English with Emphasis on Teaching English as Second Language (TESOL) Curriculum and Instruction and his Doctorate in Educational Administration and Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University inArizona, USA.
Currently Anwar teaches in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Birzeit University. Prior to that Anwar worked for more than 20 years in the K-12 and university education as an instructor and as an administrator in the USA, Canada and overseas. Anwar is a Fulbright Scholar. He presented several papers at local and international conventions and published many papers as well.
Research interests include: Educational Leadership, Educational Programs Administration and Coordination, Strategic Planning, Integrating Information and Communications Technology in Higher Education and K-12 schools, Second /Foreign Language Learning and Acquisition, Foreign / Second Language Pedagogy, Sociolinguistics, Curriculum Development, and Faculty Professional Development.
Hussein, A. (2020). Social and Emotional Learning in Palestinian K-12 Schools. In Carmel Cefai,Dominic Regester, Leila Akoury Dirani (Eds.). Social and emotional learning across the Mediterranean: Perspectives, approaches and practices. Netherlands, Brill Publishers.
Abualhummos, G. Hussein, A. (2019). Using Concept Maps in Teaching Writing in the L2Classroom. Dirasat: Educational Sciences. 46 (2) 273-285.
Hussein, A. (2018). Senior EFL Major’s Autonomous Learning Levels and Their Instructors’ Role in Developing Them. Journal of Educational and Psychological Sciences, 12 (4) 724-738,
Bianchi, R. & Hussein, A. (2017). The English Language Teaching Situation in Palestine. (2016). In Robert Patrick (Ed.), English language Education Policy in the Middle East & North Africa. The Netherlands, Springer, pp. 1-30.
Hussein, A. et al. (2016). Case Studies of a Tempus Journey in Peer Leaning and Transformations in Teacher Education). In M. Zaalouk, R. Sultana & P. Bradshaw (Eds.). Building the Capacity of Faculties of Education. Cairo: The American University in Cairo, pp 159-168. .
Hussein, A. et al. (2016). Palestine’s Educational Context (2016). In M. Zaalouk, R. Sultana & P. Bradshaw (Eds.).Building the Capacity of Faculties of Education. Cairo: The American University in Cairo, pp135-148.
Hussein, A. (2014). University EFL Learners’ Perceptions of Their Autonomous Learning Responsibilities and Abilities. RELC: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 45(3) 321–336.
Hussein, A. (2007). Engaging Schools and Classrooms: Students Focus and Engagement in the Learning Process. The Quest for Improved Student Achievement: Journal of Educational Inquiry and Practice (1) 1, 2007
Hussein, A. (2006). Engaging the Unfocused and Disengaged: Ontario Principals Council (OPC) Register, Volume 8, Issue 4.
Hussein, A. (1994a). English as a Second/Foreign Language Instructors and Administrators: Pre- service and In-service Training. [ERIC ED393298].
Hussein, A. (2008). From Planning to Implementation: Strategies and Actions for Improving Student Achievement: Ontario Principals Council (OPC) Register, Volume10, Issue 2.
Hussein, A. (1994c). Graduate TESL and Applied Linguistics Programs: Administrative Issues. English Language Teaching Management, 16: 1-8. (1994c)
Hussein, A. (1992). Grammar Pedagogy in Second Language Teaching. MCCD Faculty Notes 3, 1-12.
Hussein, A. (2009). Poems that Lift Your Heart and Spirit: A Guide to a Great and Happy Life. Toronto, Canada: AA Publications.
Hussein, A. (1994b). Preparation for Administration of English as a Second Language Programs. [ERIC ED392258], (1994b).
Hussein, A. (1995b). Teaching English as a Foreign Language: A Handbook for Teacher Training. Tempe, Arizona: Kinko's Professor Publishing. (1995b).
Hussein, A. (1995a). The Sociolinguistic Patterns of English and Arabic Native Speakers. Applied Language Learning, 6(1 & 2): 65-87. (1995a).
Hussein, A. (1993). A Proposed Study for Preparation of Administrators for English as aSecond Language Programs. TESOL Matters 3, 12.