Warmth and generosity are qualities inherent in teachers that cannot be replaced by technology, writes a professor of history.
A history professor in Qatar offers advice for instructors seeking to discuss sensitive social and political issues.
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.
A history professor at an American university in Qatar argues that Anglophone institutions should avoid a linguistic monoculture.
Online education presents challenges for teachers but also offers them an opportunity to devise new ways of assessing students.
Academic self-censorship not only hinders individuals’ intellectual output and creativity but comes at a cost to whole societies.
A history professor at an American university in Qatar explains how his students have free choice of media for their assignments.
Digital technologies can help overcome stigmas about mental health issues and improve access to care, but challenges for researchers remain, three scientists in Qatar argue.
Universities in the Arab world are missing an opportunity to become more involved in building tolerance and harmony among the world’s people.
The abrupt switch to online classes after the Covid-19 crisis was an emergency fix. Now we need to think in a more focused way about how to keep the benefits of online learning without sacrificing human connections.