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Mr Abdulsalam Almanthari BEd, MA in TESOL, CELTA

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Mr Abdulsalam Almanthari is Postgraduate research student within Southampton Education School at the University of Southampton.

Abdulsalam Almanthari is a PhD student at the School of Education, University of Southampton. He got his Bachelor of Education degree in English language and literature from Nizwa College of Applied Sciences, Oman. He has a Master degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from the University of Bath, the UK. His Master’s degree thesis looked at the continuing professional development of English language teachers. Abdulsalam worked as a lecturer of English in Oman. His current research interests include teacher professional development, workplace related learning, lifelong learning, educational technologies, Technology enhanced teaching/learning and English language teaching.

Research interests

  • Teacher professional development
  • Workplace related learning
  • Technology enhanced teaching/learning
  • English language teaching

Project/Research: MPhil/PhD: Continuing professional development of teachers in ICT

Funding: Ministry of Higher Education, Oman

PhD Supervisor: Dr Michaela Brockmann, Dr. Michael Tomlinson


Research group

Lifelong and Work-Related Learning (LaWRL) Research Centre

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