Games are well established as teaching tools, says a history professor in Qatar. Instead of resisting them, educators should be trying to develop better ones.
The death of her 17-year-old cousin heightens a journalist’s fears for her daughter’s future in Palestine under Israeli occupation.
A history professor at an American university in Qatar argues that Anglophone institutions should avoid a linguistic monoculture.
Teachers are carers by nature, but where can they turn for care themselves? Equitable, caring policies at their own institutions matter most.
An Egyptian artist and critic reviews prominent Palestinian art that focuses on Al-Aqsa Mosque as a national emblem and center of the Arab-Israeli struggle.
A Palestinian teacher of Arabic uses film, poetry and songs from Palestine to engage students in meaningful conversations.
Teachers are by nature care-givers, but where can they turn for the care they need? A faculty developer identifies three sources.
Academic freedom has been both neglected and misused in the Arab world, says a Tunisian academic. He offers ideas for making it more vital.
An educator in Egypt realized it was time her 9-year-old daughter learned about Palestine. Here’s how she explained the situation.
An Egyptian scholar who studied Jewish history in an Arab society found self-censorship a difficult trap to escape.