I teach science education as a part-time instructor in the department of education at Bethlehem University. In addition to my work as a mentor in the ENTEC program at AQB, and Language and thinking Instructor at AQ University, I work as a supervisor and an educational trainer for many projects. I graduated from Bethlehem University with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology and Chemistry and with a high diploma in education. I taught science, biology, and chemistry for 22 years in high schools. After being a science teacher for many years at high schools, I decided to continue my graduate studies. I graduated from the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program (major: Biology) at AQB in 2012. After that, I worked as a researcher, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) coordinator in the MAT program. Also, I worked as teacher assistance (TA) in the program for many courses.