Program

 

Day 1: Sunday, 3 December 2017

08:30-09:30

Registration

09:30-10:20

Session 1: High Level Opening ceremony and welcoming remarks with ASREN-    H.E. Talal Abu Ghazaleh, Chairman of AROQA, Jordan

- HE Prof. Mohamed Swehli, Secretary General, The Arab Board of Health Specializations, Jordan
 
 
- HE Dr. Khaled Atef Abdel Ghaffar, Minister, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Egypt  
 

 

10:20-10:40 Keynote (1): Michael Foley, “NRENs: Access Pathways to Global Knowledge”, Former Lead Distance Learning Specialist at the World Bank, Ireland
10:40- 11:00 Appreciation & Recognition

11:00- 11:30

Coffee break

11:30-13:00

Session 2: Standards and Frameworks of Quality Assurance and Accreditation Systems in Education
Session chair: Prof. Mohammad Al-Hileh, President of Middle East University, Jordan
 
Speakers:
 
1. Dr. Edriss Ahmed, " Global University Ranking Methodologies and Their Impact on Higher Education Quality" - Al Ghurair University - United Arab Emirates
 
2. Dr. Enas Ismail, "The Integration of the University Environment and the Intellectual Security for Students", Minia University, Egypt
 
3. Prof. Omar Alkarabsheh, " Total Quality Management and its Assurance in Higher Education", Al-Balqa Applied University, Jordan
 
4. Prof. Wafaa Al-Ashkqar, "Academic Ethics", Irbid National University – Jordan
 
5. Dr. Saleh Al Saed, "Recent Trends in the Development of Academic Programs in Higher Education Institutions", Université Abbès Laghrour Khenchela, Algeria
 
6. Prof. Mahmood Alrubaye, "The Evaluation of Private Education", Private University in Iraq - Iraq
 
7.  Prof. Racha Tadmori, , " The impact of the implementation of knowledge mapping strategy in ensuring the quality of teaching and learning (A pilot study on a sample of seventh-grade primary students at the secondary Noor Huda) Lebanese University" – Lebanon
 

 

13:00- 14:30

Lunch break   

14:30- 16:00

Session 3: Quality Assurance and Accreditation in School Education, Higher Education, and Vocational Training

Session chair: Dr. Enas Ismail, Minia University, Egypt
 
Speakers:
 
1. Prof. Mohammad Al-Hileh , "A Roadmap for Reforming Education in Jordan and Ensuring the Quality of its outcomes in accordance with the Seventh Discussion Paper of His Majesty King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein", Middle East University, Jordan
 
2. Prof. Assem Tharwat, "Investigating the Effectiveness of Distance Learning in the Teaching Process in Accordance with Quality Assurance Standards", American University of the UAE - United Arab Emirates
 
3. Dr. Salwa  El-Sobke, " "Use of the quality function deployment to transfer the physical therapy students’ perception regarding effective lecture into operational requirements, MTI University - Egypt
 
4. Prof. Mohammad Alharahsheh, "The Effectiveness of Implementing Total Quality Management Standards in University Education" Al al-Bayt University - Jordan
 
 
5. Prof. Ahmed Seedahmed, " Methods of evaluation the performance of the university professor" Sudan University of Science and Technology - Sudan
 
 
6. Dr. Hisham Saleh "Self-Assessment Project in Al-Omariya Schools to Ensure Quality of Education", Al-Omariya Schools - Jordan
 
7. Dr. Sihem Gouasmia, "The role of the educational process in improving the management of classrooms to ensure the quality system in higher education", Mohammed Al-Sharif University, Algeria
 

 

16:00-16:30

Annual General Assembly Meeting (Members Only)

 

16:30-17:00

Coffee break

 

 

Day 2: Monday 4 December 2017

9:00-10:30

Session 4: Quality Management and Accreditation Theories 

Session chair: Prof. Assem Tharwat, American University of the UAE - United Arab Emirates
 
Speakers:
 
1. Dr. Yasmin Khodary, " Quality of Higher Education: Assessing the Quality of a Political Science Program in Egypt", British University in Egypt, Egypt
 
 
2. Dr. Mohamed Al-Sarraj, "Newcastle Technical College's Experience in Professionalization Programs and their Application to Different Age Levels", UCG - Group - Sudan
 
3. Prof. Mohamed Ebrahim Taha Khalil, "Activating the quality of pre-university education institutions using the method of administrative engineering", International Academy of Leaders for Training and Development - Egypt.
 
4. Dr. Ahmad Binrqaan , "Evaluation of Teaching Performance Quality of the Academic Staff Members at Alandalus University for Sciences & Technology Based on Students’ Perception", University of Andalusia - Yemen
 
5. Dr. Louafi Tayeb, "E-Learning: a Key to Achieving the Quality of Higher Education in Algeria", Université Larbi Tébessi, Algeria
 
6. Dr. Marwan Ashour, " Improve efficiency of the quality of higher education by six sigma theories", University of Baghdad, Iraq
 
7. Dr. Majed Alsolamy, "Leading and Modern Trends of Quality", Jeddah Department of Education, Ministry of Education Saudi Arabia
 
 
 

10:30-11:00

Coffee break   

11:00-13:00

 

Session 5: Models and case studies in educational institutions
Session Chair: Prof. Elsayed Mohammad Marey, Al Azhar University, Egypt.
 
 
Speakers:
 
1. Prof. Cherifi Messaoud, "Total Quality Assurance in General Education Schools in Algeria: Challenges & Prospects and, Universite de Bouira, Algeria.
 
2. Prof. Hamzah Al-Mamoori, " Architectural Design Creativity between Thinking Skills and Computer Techniques:  As Important Issue of Education Output ", University of Babylon, Iraq.
 
3. Prof. Saleh Olimat, "Quality Assurance Standards in Higher Education Institutions", Yarmouk University, Jordan
 
4. Dr. Tamam Salman Khudhur, "The quality of education to ensure the achievement of competitive advantage and sustainable analytical study in the Faculty of Management and Economics - University of Mustansiriyah" - Iraq.
 
5. Dr. Khalil Agoub, "Effect of the efficiency of faculty members on the quality of higher education in Libya - a study of the case of the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, University of Tobruk", University of Tobruk - Libya
 
6. Mr. Munther Zmeili, "Al Ridwan Schools Experience in Acquiring AROQA Accreditation", Al Ridwan Schools, Jordan
 
7. Ms. Sana Altamimi, "Quality of Education through Useful Education Initiative  ", the initiative of the world in your hands - Jordan
 
8. Prof. Ammar K. Al-Baaj, "Quality of Educational Service in the College of Oil and Gas Engineering, Basra University of Oil and Gas", Basra University of Oil and Gas-Iraq
 
 
 
 

13:00-14:00

Lunch break

14:00-15:30

session 6:Quality Assursance Programms

Session Chair: Dr. Yasmin Khodary, The British University in Egypt, Egypt

 

Speakers:
 
1. Dr. Touati Hayat, " The Quality Of Life of University Students" University of Mostaganem, Algeria
 
2.  Prof. Elsayed Mohammad Marey, "Future Perspective on the Quality Standards of Islamic Religious Discourse in accordance with Technological Innovations", Al Azhar University - Egypt
 
 
4. Dr. Mahmoud Mansour Abdalrahman Abu Owda, "A Proposal for Implementing Total Quality Management in the University of Palestine - North Gaza Branch", Palestinian Authority - Palestine
 
5. Dr. Maha Alrawi, "Compatibility between the outputs of students according to the ABET Accreditation and indicators of measuring the outputs of academic programs", University of Technology-Iraq
 
6. Prof. Hussein Mrgin, "Quality and Assurance Programs in Libyan Government Universities" Challenges and Prospects 2017 University of Sirte Model, "Arab Council for Social Sciences - Libya
 
7. Dr. Hussam Alnass, "The Effect of Differences in Academic Disciplines on the Application of Quality Assurance Standards: field study at the University of Tobruk - Libya, University of Tobruk – Libya
 
 

15:30-16:00

Session 7:Closing, Remarks and Declarations

16:00-17:00 Coffee Break

A successful participation, which takes adequate time, resources, and flexibility, is one of our objectives. An affective participation is constructive when all partaking listen to each other, make positive contributions, and gain a deeper knowledge of the issue(s) for Participation 

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Call for papers

Ninth Annual Conference 

Paper contributions are accepted in Arabic or English. Papers should be submitted with no more than 8 to 10 pages, and no more than 8000 words. Each paper should include:

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