Kaplan Cerified Instructor- MCAT
Hicham has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the American University of Beirut (AUB) and a Master of Arts in Comparative Literature from the Lebanese American University (LAU). He has taught at AUB in the University Preparatory Program (UPP), where he also served as the Academic Coordinator of the SAT program, a standing member on the curriculum development committee, and an advisor and counselor to students in the USAID University Scholarship Program. Also at AUB, Hicham has taught at the Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies, and the Communication Skills Program in the Department of English.
In addition to teaching, Hicham has provided consultancy to United Nations agencies in reviewing and editing the language and content of reports on education, disability, and development in the Arab countries, as well as staff training in language and communication (academic and conversational). He has also completed many workshops on paragraph and essay structure, science and art education, blended learning, and program learning outcomes.
With half a decade of experience in teaching and counseling, Hicham has an extensive network of academic and professional affiliations. He has presented at many international conferences and universities in USA, Canada, Turkey, and Lebanon, and is a member of the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA), Modern Language Association (MLA), PEOI Teach-Online Community, and several special interest groups and symposium committees. His research covers theories of teaching and learning, foreign language acquisition, multilingualism, anthropology, and comparative studies. He is on the Distinction List for Scholastic Achievement at LAU, and holds the INMAA Award for Academic Excellence.
Content Expertise 80%
Instructional Design Skills 100%
Instructional Delivery Skills 85%
Instructional Assessmet Skills 85%
Course Management Skills 80%