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Gamal S. Ahmed
PhD in Education, Cairo University, Egypt.
Ambassador of the HETL, USA
http://hetl.org/liaisons/
http://www.igi-global.com/article/modern-concepts-curriculum-teaching-nanotechnology/67803
http://www.nisenet.org/users/gamal_s_ahmed
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  1. 1. Gamal S. Ahmed, CV.PhD in Education, Cairo University, Egypt.Ambassador of the HETL, USAhttp://hetl.org/liaisons/http://www.igi-global.com/article/modern-concepts-curriculum-teaching-nanotechnology/67803http://www.nisenet.org/users/gamal_s_ahmedhettp://hetl.org/ambassadors-corpshttp://eg.linkedin.com/pub/dir/Gamal/AhmedDate of Birth: 05 Dec 1963. GHR. Egypt. Mobile: 00201221954302E-mail prof.edu2020@gmail.comPhone:0020403511938Recommendation for Dr. Gamal S. Ahmed, Assistant Professor in Educational Studies Institute, Cairo University, EgyptDear Sirs, Madams,We have known Professor GamalS.Ahmed for one year, since he joined the International HETLAssociation - http://hetl.org, which aims at developing a global community of professionals inhigher education to advance the scholarship and expertise in teaching and learning via dialogue,networking, collaboration, research, and education development.For the past year Professor Ahmed has been an active member of HETL and has providedvaluable advice to HETL executive management in the areas of sustainable learning, peace-building, and international relations. Professor Ahmed was appointed Ambassador of the HETLAssociation for the Africa and Middle East region in March, 2012. He has also contributed toprofessional discussions in our discussion forum which is the largest of its kind in the world. Asa leader, he has enormous enthusiasm for new and innovative ideas and is able to draw aroundhim people with the combined expertise needed to accomplish ambitious project goals.Professor Ahmed is an avid researcher who has published book chapters and papers. Much of hiswork involves international collaboration with colleagues in universities in China, India, theUSA, and others. Professor Ahmed has provided considerable leadership for global educationtechnology as an expert in research, training and humanity development within Arab andInternational Universities and in EURO-Mediterranean human rights network.His work has been recognized through awards and he was invited to be a speaker at the 2011World Congress on Engineering and Technology in Shanghai, China, the Fourth AnnualNanotechnology Symposium, Sullivan University, College of Pharmacy, 2011, United States, the2nd International Conference in E-learning and Distance Learning, Riyadh, KSA, 2011, and theThird Forum of the Technological Learning & Managerial Training, the Technical College ofJeddah, Saudi Arabia, in 2010, and others. No doubt he will add a lot to the activities andresearch. We have no hesitation in recommending Professor Ahmed.Sincerely, 1
  2. 2. Patrick Blessinger, HETL Executive DirectorOlga Kovbasyuk, HETL President International HETL Association 118-35 Metropolitan Avenue, Unit C3 Kew Gardens, New York 11415 USA Website: http://hetl.orgEducation Expériences Senior teacher in the middle and secondary schools, educational researcher, and consultant in the Ministry of Education in Egypt, from 1986 to 1998. PhD in Education (Curricula &Methods of Teaching Dept) Educational Studies Institute,Cairo University, 2001. Assistant Professor of Education (teaching methods, science teaching, curriculum, and micro teaching in addition teacher education programs) ,Educational Studies Institute – Cairo University, Faculty of Education, October 6 University, 2001-2003, EGYPT, Assistant Professor of training, technological techniques, and educational psychology, in addition e-learning advisor. Institute of Trainees Preparation, EL-Gabal EL-Garby University, 2004-2007, LIBYA. Educational Counselor, Tabuk Educational Administration for Men, Ministry of Education, Saudi Arabia, 2007-2009. Achieving the Research and Training Program on "Education & Management for African Countries", China AEEA Program, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, from 26 Nov 2009 to 16 Dec 09. Assistant Prof. of Education, Research, Training and Humanity Development, October 6 University and Arab Universities and Institutes, 09-2013. Researches Published Designing of the Outdoor, Classroom, and Electronic Learning Spaces, Exploring Spaces for Learning 2013, Paper accepted to the International HETL Conference, USA, Orlando, Florida, 13-15 January, 2013. Modern Concepts in the Curriculum and the Teaching of Nanotechnology. Accepted paper for publishing in International Journal of Communication and Information Technology Education, IJICTE, Issue. 31, Vol.8, Sep, 2012, IGI Global, Hershey PA 17033-1240, USA. 2
  3. 3. The Effective Relationships between Machine Learning and NanotechnologyEducation, 2011 World Congress on Engineering and Technology – CET2011.", Paper ID: 23086, Shanghai, China,http://www.engii.org/cet2011Submission/Nanotechnology Education, Paper ID 6301151, Accepted to the ScientificResearch Publishing, Creative Education Journal, USA.The Effectiveness of Nanotechnology Module on the Achievement andAttitudes towards Study of Pharmacy for Students at the College of Pharmacy.(Comparative Research Proposal at Cairo University and Sullivan University)Paper Presented for the Fourth Annual Nanotechnology Symposium, SullivanUniversity, College of Pharmacy, Sep 23-24, 2011, United States.Effectiveness of e-Learning Process and Design of E-Learning ndEnvironments, Paper Published during " the 2 International Conference inE-learning and Distance Learning,Riyadh, KSA, 22-25 Feb. 2011.The Theory and Practice of E-learning, Effectiveness of e-Learning Process andDesign of E-Learning Environments, Journal of Computer Technology &Applications, 2011, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp: 41-59. (STM Journal, India:www.stmjournals.com).The Effectiveness of Nanotechnology Energy Education on Attainment ofRenewable Energy Objectives for Sharjah University Students, SharjahInternational Conference on Nuclear and renewable Energy (SHJ-NRE11),"Energies for the 21st century", April 3-5, 2011.Sharjah, UAE.Effectiveness of Information , Communication and Technology (ICT) onTraining Technologies Achievement to the Trainers Preparation InstituteStudents, and Their Attitudes Towards Study, TheThird Forum of theTechnological Learning & Managerial Training, the Technical College ofJeddah, Saudi Arabia,1429. 2008.Incorporation of the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) toTechnical Education Development, Paper Presented to the Technical EducationConference, Higher Institute of Engineering, Gofrah (Libya) 2006.Effectiveness of the Microteaching Seasons and Computer Program onImprovement of Teaching Skills to the Biology Students Department in Facultyof Education, October 6 University , (ECCI), Studies in Curriculum &Instruction, Egypt, 2005,No.108,PP.83-136.Using Field Trips in Informal Education to Achieve the Educational Objectivesfor the Kindergarten Stage". Egyptian Council for Reading &Knowledge,Journal of Reading and Knowledge, Egypt, 2004, No.37, PP. 53-101. 3
  4. 4. Analysis Study of Science Laboratory Exercises to the Agricultural Secondary School Books According to Inquiring Skills", Egyptian Council for Curriculum Instruction (ECCI),Studies in Curriculum &Instruction, Egypt, 2003,No.86,PP.19-45. Papers Presented totheAnnual Arab Conferences &Forumsof the Learning, Training, Culture and Humanity Development, Some of Countries, Egypt, Libya and Saudi Arabia as well as China, 2004-2010.Memberships Authorin"Journal of Computer Technology & Applications", STM journal, India – International Journal of Communication and Information Technology Education, IJICTE,IGI Global, Hershey, USA, China AEEA Program, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China – Scientific Research Publishing, USA – African Engineering Education Association (AEEA), South Africa – Linkedin - Infomaworld, www.informaworld.com - African Scientists Platform. NANOSCALE INFORMAL SCIENCE EDUCATION, NISE network,http://www.nisenet.org/users/gamal_s_ahmed, Academia.edu, http://www.academia.edu/, Connected Educators, http://connectededucators.org,http://chamber.com/gamal-ahmed,2012 International Exhibition and Forum For education, Feb, 2012, International HETL, USA, hetl.org, Riyadh, KSA. King Fahd University Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM), the international conference for education and research, 2008, KSA- ARAB Thought Institute – Arab Council for Childhood and Development – International Symposium in Technology Transfer & Innovation Management , King Saudi University. KSU, Saudi Arabia (KSA). The Third Forum for the Technological Learning & Managerial Training, the Technical College of Jeddah , KSA- Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Jeddah KSA –– The 2nd International Conference of E-learning and Distance Learning, Riyadh, KSA. The Arab Council for Education Technology ,(ACET) Egypt - The Egyptian Council for Curricula Instruction (ECCI) – Egyptian Council for Reading & Knowledge, Egypt. International LinkedInGroups, Ambassador for The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL) USA, ITEEA educators, National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education, American Educational Research Association, Especial Educators Corners, National Communication Association, Engineering Faculty, STEM Educators & Researchers and North American Case Research Association, 4
  5. 5. EU instrument for democracy and human rights, EURO-Mediterranean human rights network. Training Experience1-Achieved program of the “National Authority for the Quality Accreditation ofEducation, NAQAAE”, Egypt, Sep 2012, www.naqaae.org.2- Participated with the Ministry of Management Development "Al-Motamisoon2010" developing both Management and Humanity Concepts, as Cooperation withMinistry of Foreign Affaires, 2010, Egypt.3-Achieved the Research and Training Program on "Education & Management forAfrican Countries", China AEEA Program, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China,from 26 Nov 2009 to 16 Dec 09.4-Participated with the EU Instrument for democracy & human Rights Session, 2-3May, 2011, Cairo, Egypt.5-Presented Training Book, "Falling of the Management Systems": Theory andPractice, "Jeddah, KSA, 2008.6-Effectiveness of Technological Training on Communication SkillsDevelopment, National Institute of Management, Tripoli, Libya, 2007.7-Educational Training Program" "Planning for Learning & Teaching." TabukEducational Administration,KSA, 1428. 5

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