Professor of Science Education at the National Center of Educational Resources Development & Director of the Center for Curriculum and Instructional

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Dr. Nawal Shalaby works as a professor of curriculum and instructional methods at the National Center of Educational research and development, the former head of the curriculum research development division as well as being the current director of the Center for curriculum and instructional materials development (CCIMD).

Dr. Nawal Shalaby has been leading the CCIMD for nearly four years to realize the vision of Egyptian curriculum reform which is the first step in the new education system 2.0.

Dr. Nawal Shalaby has participated in numerous national curriculum development projects over the last three decades, including a collaborative project with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the USAID, The French Cultural Center and the British Council. She has also collaborated with UNICEF in a conference to launch the life skills initiative in the MENA region and she is the national coordinator of this international project. She is also the national coordinator for Egypt with the UNESCO in realizing the United Nations sustainable development goal four on quality education.

Dr. Nawal Shalaby is an expert in pre-university curriculum development and has extensive experience in education research, research team leadership and capacity building. She also has extensive experience in pre-university and university level teaching and instruction.

Dr. Nawal Shalaby has many publications, both individually and within teams, some of her previous work includes publications in education research, curriculum development and specific publication is bringing awareness to the nanotechnology and 21st century skills.

Dr. Nawal Shalaby received her PhD in curriculum and instructional methods, and also has a master’s degree in the same field.

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