Dr. Asma Khaleel Abdallah

Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Leadership

  • PhD, Education Administration and Leadership (School Strategic Planning), University of Jordan, 2012 
  • MA, Education Administration and Leadership (Schools Privatization), Hashemite University, 2005
  • BA, Public Administration Sciences, Yarmouk University,1988

Dr. Asma Khaleel Abdallah, an experienced academic and practitioner, previously served as an Assistant Professor at the United Arab Emirates University and at Abu Dhabi University. Her career encompasses roles as a high school principal in schools for gifted students. As an inspector and educational consultant, Dr. Abdallah has significantly contributed to the field. Her research focuses on education administration, online learning, and teacher development, tackling innovative teacher licensing, diverse leadership styles, and the impact of COVID-19 on education. 

Recent Publications

    • Abdallah, A. K.  & Alkaabi, A. M.  (2023). Role of teachers in reinforcing students’ cultural and heritage awareness at Abu Dhabi schools to meet global challenges, Cogent Social Sciences, 9:1.
    • Abdallah, A. K., & Al-Kaabi, A. M. (2023). Induction Programs’ Effectiveness in Boosting New Teachers’ Instruction and Student Achievement: A Critical Review. International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, Vol. 22, (No. 5), 493-517. 
    • Abdallah, A. K., Ismail, O., Abdallah, R. K., & Alkaabi, A. M. (2023). Perceptions of Students About the Use of Webinars in Classrooms: A Case of Abu Dhabi University. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education (IJICTE), 19(1), 1-17.