Dr Nabil Jondi is RQTEPP-TELTA Project Coordinator at Hebron University as well as Coordinator of Work Package 1: BA Programme Curriculum Development and Work Package 5: Research Capacity Building. Dr Nabil holds a PhD in Psychology from the University of Algiers and formerly Dean of the Faculty of Education. He has coordinated many educational development projects including the Continuous Professional Development of Primary School Teachers (INSET) project. He is also currently Hebron University Coordinator of The World Bank funded Teacher Education Improvement Project (TEIP): Strengthening the School-Based Practicum for Student Teachers Grades 1 – 4 (Phase Two). He is a member of the Advisory Committee of “Reviving Palestinian Schools: Investing in the Classroom Teacher Program (5-9 years)”.
Mohammed Moreb is Hebron University Coordinator of Work Package 6: Technology Enhanced Learning Environment (TELE). Mohammed is a Microsoft trainer and holds MCAD and MCSD certificates. He has wide-ranging professional experience in Information Technology, web development and consultancy. He worked as an e-learning system consultant for the LIT Project with Al- Quds University, Birzeit University, An-Najah National University and Hebron University. Mohammed has worked on a number of projects; including for the World Bank, Erasmus and Erasmus+ as a developer, training coordinator and consultant. In 2009 he established the e-learning unit in Hebron University and provided training for more than 80 faculty members of staff in using the e-learning system. He also designed and developed a complete e-learning course.
Dr Mohammed A A Farrah is Hebron University coordinator of Work Package 4: Capacity Building in Higher Education Pedagogy and a member of Work Package 1: BA Programme Curriculum Development. Dr Mohammed is Associate Professor in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and Technology in Language Learning and Teaching. He has held a range of positions including Chair of the English Department (2009 – 2013), Editorial Secretary of Hebron University Research Journal (2007 to present). He has a number of publications in online learning, online communication, collaborative learning and peer feedback in writing and presented academic papers in local and international conferences. He was a consultant for the World Bank’s QIF Language Arts Pre-service Teacher Education Development Programme; contributing to the development of curriculum and module frameworks. He sits on the Advisory Board of Arab World English Journal and the Executive Board of the Arab Society of English Language Studies (ASELS) and is an active member in the APETAU Association.