First name: Mohammed
Last name: Alfadil
Department: Educational Technology
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Sketch biography: Mohammed Alfadil is an English Teacher with strong classroom management skills demonstrated through 11 years classroom experience – Ministry of Education – Saudi Arabia.
Currently, Mohammed is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Educational Technology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado, Emphasis Area: Game-Based Learning and Virtual Reality in teacher education.
Alfadil is an expert in:
- Adapted different management styles for students with different needs, including students with disability, behavior issues and gifted students.
- Mentored new teachers on building relationships with students, teachers and Administrators.
- Followed the curriculum when dealing with difficult students.
- Worked in a team with other teachers to share ideas of how to improve students’ success.
- Utilized technology to keep students engaged in learning.
Alfadil’s Training & Certifications:
- Certificate of Attendance – Professionalism on Work Place – Purdue University Calumet
- Certificate of Attendance – Project Management – Purdue University Calumet
- Certificate of Attendance – Quality Control – Purdue University Calumet
- Certificate of Attendance – Nana Technology – Purdue University Calumet
- Certificate of Training Program – Foundations of Virtual Instruction
- Certificate of Training Program – Merge Computer & IT in Teaching
- Certificate of Training Program – Strategies – Critical Thinking.
- Certificate of Training Program – Sign Language (for Deaf)
- Certificate of Training Program – Google Productivity course
Chapter title: College Students’ Perception on the Use of Social Network Tool for Education Learning in USA
Abstract: This study presents how college Students’ perception on the use of social network tool for education learning in the USA. This study is a survey research design. The survey research design is a very valuable tool for assessing opinions and trends and it include graduate and undergraduate student male and female. The data collection was via the UNC website. Composite 2 of the survey was eliminated because the responses orders of the items were different from composite 1 as the responses in composite 1 went from strongly disagree to strongly agree while in composite 2 the responses went the other direction and we were afraid the participants did not pay attention to that.
Keywords: Social Network; Educational learning; Experience and Engagement
Co-author: Hamzah Alhababi and Ali Buhamad