Teaching

Teaching

Dr. Abdelrasoul dedicated to her chosen discipline and she has achieved a unique teaching portfolio, with a University Teaching Development Professional Program (UTDP) accredited by SEDA in the UK. In addition, she is a licensed Instructional Skills & Educational Development Facilitator and a Fellow of the Staff and Educational Development Association (FSEDA) to sustain her leadership in Engineering Education. Her pedagogical research interests focus on, but are not limited to the influence of innovative active learning strategies and technology integration in engineering disciplines; creation of effective teams in classroom environments and collaborative research groups with a focus on equity, diversity and inclusion; effective learning transitions and transformations in educational approaches and course design.

Teaching Area at Uof S

2019-2020

  • CHE 454 – Design of Industrial Waste Treatment Systems (Undergraduate Level)
  • CHE 882 – Design of Industrial Waste Treatment Systems (Graduate Level)
  • CHE 210 – Fluid Mechanics (Undergraduate Level)
  • CHE 431  – Seminar (Undergraduate Level)

2018-2019

  • CHE 454 –  Design of Industrial Waste Treatment Systems (Undergraduate Level)
  • CHE 882 –  Design of Industrial Waste Treatment Systems (Graduate Level)
  • CHE 333 –   Chemical Engineering Laboratory

2017-2018

  • CHE 454 –  Design of Industrial Waste Treatment Systems (Undergraduate Level)
  • CHE 882 –  Design of Industrial Waste Treatment Systems (Graduate Level)
  • CHE 333 –   Chemical Engineering Laboratory

UofS ISW Facilitator

December 2017 -Present

Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning , U of S

https://teaching.usask.ca/about/units/gwenna-moss-centre-for-teaching-and-learning.php#Programs

Water & Wastewater Treatment/ Membrane Technology Projects Client, U of T, (Winter 2018, Winter 2019)

Engineering Strategies and Practice Course (ESP) APS112 & APS113  

University of Toronto, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Curriculum Development

2018- Present: Serving at First Year Curriculum Redesign Committee, College of Engineering, UofS.

In 2016, Dr. Abdelrasoul participated in the curriculum development for a new graduate studies course at Ryerson University, Research Methodologies In Chemical Engineering, including designing and teaching the MSc and PhD course. The course includes. Dr. Abdelrasoul worked with new graduate students to find and re-direct research gaps and reformulate research questions. She further provided guidance in developing graduate students’ critical reviews.

Selected Professional Training and Development

  • Reflective Teaching Portfolio Course, GMCTL, UofS, 2018
  • Facilitator Development Workshop (FDW), 2017
  • University Teaching Development Professional Program (UTDP), accredited by the Educational Development Association of the United Kingdom (SEDA UK), 2017
  • Design Sprint for Open Educational Recourses/Blend Courses, 2017
  • Teaching and Designing an Online Course Certificate, 2016
  • E-learning Faculty Development Training Program, 2015
  • Professional Development in Teaching Program (PDTP), accredited by the Staff and Educational Development Association of the United Kingdom (SEDA UK), 2014
  • Art of Communication Course, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2014
  • Stand Above The Rest Course, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2014
  • Future Smart Course, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2013
  • Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW), 2012

Recent Educational Publications

Abdelrasoul, A., Gauthier, S. (2019) Students’ Wellness Based on Lectures Inspired by Effective Active Learning Strategies in Engineering Disciplines, Canadian Engineering Education Association CEEA-ACEG 2019, Learning to Learn – Preparing Tomorrow’s Engineers, Ottawa, Ontario, June 8-12, 2019.

Abdelrasoul, A., Partridge, W., Bens, S. (2018) Practice and Process: Investigating the impact of local practice on the ISW process, The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL), Bergen, Norway, Oct 24-27, 2018

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