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Ahmad Alzaareer

Telephone: +618 8302 6204


About me

A PhD candidate at the School of Education and Centre of Islamic Thoughts and Education (CITE) at UniSA. His research focus is about the Student Volunteering at Australian Islamic Schools. Ahmad has completed his Bachelor of Education (Teaching) overseas and Master of Education (Special Education) at the University of Sydney. He has his full teacher registration and worked years as language teacher (LOTE - Arabic) and as a special needs teacher at Islamic schools in NSW and SA as well as in the sector of the inclusion of people with disabilities. Ahmad also has his share of publications in the area of people with disabilities as volunteers and psychology.

Research publications

Hiyassat, M., Alqahtani, A., & Alzaareer, A. (2016). The Participation of Male Youth with Disabilities in Voluntary Work in Tabuk City: A Qualitative Study. Dirasat: Educational Sciences, 162(4019), 1-20

 Bani Younis, M., Alshammary, S., & Alzaareer, A. (2016). Mental and Social Flexibility and Its Relation to Interpersonal Openness among Tabuk University Students. Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences, 48(3529), 1-20

Bani Younis, M., Alshammary, S., & Alzaareer, A. (2016). Patterns of overexcitabilities and its relation to distinguished personality traits of Tabuk University students. Dirasat: Educational Sciences, 43(2).


Member of the Teachers Registration Board (TRB) Of South Australia.

Member of the New South Wales Institute of Teachers' Accreditations.

Member of the Australian Sport Commission (ASC)