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Dr.Khalil AL-Halalat Associate Professor Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Social Work

Research Interests:

  • Family and childhood, juvenile delinquency, social work in the medicine field, social work with elderly, social work in the school field, voluntary social work, learning social work

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-Ph.D. Degree / Social Work, Fayoum University, Egypt, 2011 -M.A. Degree / Social Work, University of Jordan, Amman, 2003 B.A. Degree / Social Work ,Qatar University, Qatar,1987
Associate Professor in sciology department
-31Aug2020-Present, Sharjah University, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, -2011-2020 Jordan university, Department of Social Work
-Evaluated member to establish a master's program in social work / Dhofar University / Sultanate of Oman, 2016/2017 -Member of the Committee for the Development of Learning Outcomes of the Social Sciences Program with the identification and development of knowledge fields for the specializations included under the program (social service / social work, sociology, studies in development, deviation and crime), Higher Education Accreditation Commission (HEAC), Amman / Jordan, 8/29/2019. -Member of Faculty of Arts Council and a member of Faculty committees for the academic years 2015/2016 & 2016/2017, including: The Graduate Studies Committee, the Plan Committee, and the Scientific Research Committee. -Head of the Social Work Department committees for the academic years 2015/2016 and 2016/2017. These committees include : The Graduate Studies Committee, the Plan Committee, the Field Training Committee, the Cultural and Social Committee, the Promotion Committee, the Student Counseling Committee, the Examination Committee and the Receipt of Marks. -Member of the Social Work Profession Committee / Ministry of Social Development/ October 2015 - December 2015 Rapporteur of the Committee for Investigation of Student Cases / Faculty of Arts, for the academic year 2019/2020.
-Khalil Al-Halalat, sumaya abdellateaf, Representations of pearl heritage among youth in the United Arab Emirates, paper sent to Jordan Journal of Social Sciences on 28 April 2021. -Khalil Al-Halalat, Vocational Interests of juvenile delinquents in the institutions of juvenile education and rehabilitation in Jordan, paper sent to Journal of Human and Social Sciences Studies on 30 December 2020. -Khalil Al-Halalat , Malak Adam Ahmad: Effectiveness of the Programs of Al-Wefaq Al-usary Houses in Jordan, a paper sent for publication in the Gaza Journal of Humanitarian Research in July 2020
- Khalil Ibrahim AL-halalat, Abdullah AL-Darawsheh and et all, The Patterns and Reasons of Committing Crimes in The Jordanian Society from The Perspectives of Inmates in Maan Reform and Rehabilitation Center, Journal of Studies in Education, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2019 p: 61-84. - Al-Halalat and Et al: Obstacles to Social Work Education Programs in Arab Universities from the Students' Point of View, A Comparative Study in Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon and Sudan, Journal of Human and Social Sciences Studies, Volume 47, Issue (2), 2020 p. 63-90. - Qusai Ibrahim, Khalil Al – Halalat : Social Work Education in the Middle East and North Africa : Students Perspectives at 13 Universities in 10 Countries, Egyptian Journal of Social Work , Vol. 9, No.1, 2020 p: 189-204. - Khalil Ibrahim Al-Halalat, Huda A Alhajjaj , Amneh A Ghraibeh : Perceptions of Late Marriage and its Effects Among Youth Jordanian Society, Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, Volume 27, Issue 3, 2021 p: 1-19.
Supervising 17 master's theses in social work, and participating in the discussion of 37 master's theses in social work / University of Jordan.
Trainer in the Professional Diploma Program in Juvenile Care / Sharjah university, spring semester 2021
Teaching is the profession of the prophets, and teaching is a sacred human profession, The teacher must create a love for learning among his students, and employ technology in education, with the teacher's commitment to the ethics of the profession and instill this commitment among his students.
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