Sandy Wasef Yousef Sweidan

Sandy Wasef Yousef Sweidan

sandywasef@yahoo.com My name is Sandy Sweidan and I’m from Irbid, Jordan. I am a Director of Social Development. I graduated from Yarmouk University with a B.C. degree in Computer Science. I started working in the Ministry of Social Development as a programmer, then as head of the Planning Department, and finally as head of Technology […]

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Ashwaq Bani Salameh

Ashwaq Bani Salameh

Salamehashwaq88@gmail.com Ashwaq Mahmoud Bani Salameh hold a Master in Psychological Counseling and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Psychological Counseling. She has worked in different places in the field of psychological, including social work and children & women protection. Presently, Ashwaq works for Damj and has been a trainer for the past three years.

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Ehab Al Bashtawi

Ehab Al Bashtawi

Ehab.bashtawi@yahoo.com Ehab graduated from Yarmouk University in Jordan, specializing in law. Presently, he is the General Manager of the Integration Company for Community Empowerment. Ehab is a skilled trainer and consultant in community development and human resources. He enjoys preparing training manuals on a variety of topics and has worked with several local and international […]

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Khawla Abu Rayya

Khawla Abu Rayya

khowlaabdallah@hotmail.com Khawla Abu Rayya has more than 10 years experience as a trainer, counselor and psychosocial support provider. She is also a volunteer and social activist in numerous civil society organizations. Khawla’s main areas of work include: Training in gender-based violence, women’s rights, children’s rights, and life skills Enhancing the capacities of social workers Planning […]

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Neda' Kharoub

Neda’ Kharoub

neda@ttinnovation.org Neda holds a master’s degree of Business Entrepreneurship (2018) and a B.Sc. degree in Actuarial Science (2007). She is the co-founder of TTI Community Organization; an ideas accelerator to support youth with entrepreneurial ideas. She has over nine years of experience working in human resources and youth capacity-building programs. Neda’ also held the roles […]

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An Approach that Invites Connections

One thing that a learning-centered approach helps learners do, is connect. It is with this connecting that learners can more fully and easily learn. It is with this type of connecting that we maximize the possibility of real change. Below is the 3C Model; three types of common connections when using a learning-centered approach and […]

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