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Abdo Hasan Al-Qadri

Abdo Hasan Al-Qadri

Ph.D

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Introduction
Abdo Hasan Al-Qadri obtained his Ph.D. in Education from Shaanxi Normal University, China. Educational psychology, mainly the development of educational and psychological tests, measurement and evaluation, quantitative research, and model and experimental studies, are among his research interests. He is a highly motivated and well-organised professional with five years of teaching and research experience.
Additional affiliations
July 2021 - April 2022
Eurasia University
Position
  • Asisstent professor- Researcher
Education
September 2017 - June 2021
Shanxi Normal University
Field of study
  • Educational Sciences, Educational Psychology, Educational and Psychological Measurement and Evaluation

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Publications (19)
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In higher education, making international students aware of their EI could improve emotional awareness, adaptability, and functioning, thereby assisting in day-to-day interactions and adapting to life in a foreign country. Incorporating an Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) could aid in the on boarding of international students. This study aimed to...
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This study examines the influence of the COVID-19 crisis on academic expectations among international students from north-western China. According to past studies, academic expectations are multifaceted, making it critical to test the methods employed to assess this fundamental trait. The outbreak of COVID-19 has resulted in various significant cha...
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Learner autonomy represents a consumed subject in the realm of English as a foreign language instruction. Nonetheless, the Algerian literature demonstrates a dearth of research on teachers' beliefs about learner autonomy in the Algerian Middle school setting. is paper, therefore, examines the beliefs of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teachers...
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Learner autonomy represents a consumed subject in the realm of English as a foreign language instruction. Nonetheless, the Algerian literature demonstrates a dearth of research on teachers' beliefs about learner autonomy in the Algerian Middle school setting. is paper, therefore, examines the beliefs of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teachers...
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In higher education, making international students aware of their EI could improve emotional awareness, adaptability, and functioning, thereby assisting in day-today interactions and adapting to life in a foreign country. Incorporating an Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) could aid in the on boarding of international students. This study aimed to...
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This paper examines English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers' inter-cultural sensitivity (IS) in Algeria. Specifically, it investigates IS level and demographic differences among EFL teachers. Data is gathered quantitatively from a sample of 182 Algerian EFL teachers from middle schools, secondary schools, and universities. Chen and Starosa's (...
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Teacher training has entered the collaborative phase as faculty members from different universities worldwide have been sharing their teaching practices using the available educational technologies. This has made curriculum development more exciting and the ideas more diverse since other cultures may have different approaches to tackling subjects t...
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Teacher training has entered the collaborative phase as faculty members from different universities worldwide have been sharing their teaching practices using the available educational technologies. This has made curriculum development more exciting and the ideas more diverse since other cultures may have different approaches to tackling subjects t...
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This study seeks to develop an effective observation tool to determine the prevalence of various academic learning difficulties among school students at the primary level in Sana’a City, Yemen. A measure comprising of 34 items has been processed by the EFA and CFA for contriving ALD’s psychometric properties. The study sample comprised 714 students...
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This paper is a descriptive correlational study that investigated the gender differences in the language development process among a group of 215 male and female bilingual children with autism spectrum disorder. A valid and reliable questionnaire was adopted and deployed to accomplish the study's objective. The caregivers of these autistic children...
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Emotional Intelligence (EI) is essential attribution among school learners of today. In this respect, determination and normalization of the measures to investigate and recognize dimensions levels help educators have a successful intervention and increase students' academic achievement level. This research aimed to explore the relationship between...
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Emotional Intelligence (EI) and motivation to learn (ML) are essential attributions among school learners of today. In this respect, determination and normalization of the measures to investigate and recognize dimensions levels help educators have a successful intervention and increase students' academic achievement level. Meanwhile, ample resource...
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Developmental learning difficulties are among the prevalent exceptionalities school learners have today. In this regard, identification and placement are among the facilitators of later successful intervention for these groups of learners (WestOlatunji, Shure, Pringle, Adams, Lewis & Cholewa, 2010). However, there are not enough resources such as t...
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This article presents an analysis of some previous studies around education in Pakistan regarding Science Teacher education and aimed to explain the reality of the ST education situation in Pakistan. The study deemed view paper in different stages of education in Pakistan. The current study was processed by a qualitative method based on previous st...
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Due to the importance and special nature of kindergarten stage on children’s cognitive, social, emotional and psychological growth, this study aimed at identifying the main teaching competencies required for kindergarten teachers in China. To achieve this objective, an observation card was applied on a group of 41 teachers from different kindergart...
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This correlational study examined the effects of motivation in the process of learning and its connections to the academic achievement of the students who study at the Basic Arabic Schools in China. The designed tool, which is a questionnaire, consists of 40 items and had been processed by statistical analysis to contrived psychometric properties a...
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Due to the importance and special nature of kindergarten stage on children’s cognitive, social, emotional and psychological growth, this study aimed at identifying the main teaching competencies required for kindergarten teachers in China. To achieve this objective, an observation card was applied on a group of 41 teachers from different kindergart...
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Abstract Prepare Yemeni micro formulation for the Henmon-Nelson test of mental capabilities. Prepared by the researcher / Abdo Hasan Sulaiman Ghaleb Al Qadri The objective of this research is to prepare micro-formulation of mental capabilities test of Henmon - Nelson, which consisted 30 items, which was tested based on link criteria and difficult...

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Scope/workload: Yemeni schools, Funding source: Social Fund for Development – Yemen, - Participated in the preparation of Wechsler test for the intelligence of children (Yemeni formula) - Social Fund for Development – Yemen. - Held a training for counselors in the use of Wechsler IQ for children (how to calibrate, use results, interpret and characterize individuals) as well as the Stanford Binet test of intelligence. - Presenting a training program in building and preparing the IQ tests and difficulties of learning for school teachers throughout Sana'a in coordination with Social Fund for Development – Yemen.