Why learning Arabic today can make for a better tomorrow.

Clarion Welcomes Dr. Hanada Taha Thomure, endowed professor of Arabic Language at Zayed University, to talk at length about the significance of teaching Arabic to Children and Adults alike, and how one can easily start actioning it today.


Hanada Taha Thomure is the Endowed Professor of Arabic Language at Zayed University. Previously, she served for six years as Acting Dean & Associate Dean of Bahrain Teachers College. She also served as the Director of Arabic Programs at San Diego State University.
Professor Taha Thomure has worked on a $ 6 Million MEPI literacy project with Scholastic Publishing House in addition to serving as an adviser for Arab Thought Foundation managing its Arabi21 project since 2009.  She serves on the board of trustees of H.H Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Arabic Award.
She reviewed the national Jordanian Arabic language curriculum and wrote an educational reform policy paper both commissioned by the Queen Rania Foundation.
Moreover, Professor Taha Thomure evaluated the Arabic language national curriculum in Morocco commissioned by the MOE and USAID. Her research is mostly focused on Arabic language teaching and learning. Prof. Taha Thomure holds a PhD in Education from the University of New Orleans, USA; M.A.in Educational Psychology and Counseling and B.A in Social & Behavioral Sciences from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon.


TIME: 8:45AM – 10 AM
Date: Wed 1st May, 2019
Time: 8:45 AM - 10:00 AM
Venue: Clarion School
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