Dr. Mohammed Rizkallah

Assistant Professor, Department of Teacher Education

  • PhD, Curriculum & Instruction (STEM Education), University of Minnesota, 2017
  • MA, International & Comparative Education, Policy & Planning, American University in Cairo, 2013
  • BSc, Physics, American University in Cairo, 2010

Dr. Mohammed Rizkallah has over a decade of experience in education, serving recently as a postgraduate instructor in the American University in Cairo’s Professional Educators Diploma. He has developed, taught, and trained instructors of the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) track in that program. Dr. Rizkallah has also worked as the Project Director of the Bachelor’s in Business Administration in the Arabic language at University of the People.

Alongside working with universities, he also has worked as a consultant with more than 20 schools in Cairo, Egypt, where he developed curricula, developed policies, trained and coached teachers and leaders, as well as oversaw the development of new programs and departments in different schools. Recently, he served as a consultant with UNICEF to conduct research to investigate girls’ attitudes towards STEM field, and in another project to train refugee teachers in different communities. 

Recent Publications

    • Purinton, T., Skaggs, J., Rizkallah, M. W., & Ammar, A. A. (2022). Knowledge Mobility is the New Internationalization: Guiding Educational Globalization One Educator at a Time. Rowman & Littlefield.
    • Rizkallah, M., Karahan, E., Hassan, A., Sorri, D., Away, H., & Serag, H. (2019). AGORA: A Gamified Interactive Educational Mobile Application.

Dr. Mohammed Rizkallah

Assistant Professor