Dr. Tasneem Amatullah
Visiting Assistant Professor
Ph. D. in Educational Leadership, Miami University, USA
Graduate Certificate in Assessment and Evaluation, Miami University, USA
Graduate Certificate in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Miami University, USA
M. Ed. in Educational Leadership, Qatar University, Qatar
M. Phil. in Home Science; Textiles & Clothing, University of Madras, India
M. Sc. in Home Science; Textile Science and Fashion Designing, University of Madras, India
B. Ed. General Education, Banasthali University, India
B. Sc. in Interior Design and Décor, University of Madras, India
EPSY 240: Child Growth and Development
EDUC 106: Issues, Philosophy, and Foundations of Education
EDUC 201: Diversity and Teaching
EDL 204: Socio-cultural Studies in Education (Miami University)
EDL 621: Foundations of Multicultural Education (Miami University)
Dr. Amatullah’s research centers on the issues of equity, social justice, women, leadership and policy analysis around the globe. Currently, she is expanding her research on Muslim women leadership narratives across the globe (Qatar, Canada, USA, and India) partially funded by the Research Foundation in SUNY. Along the lines of issues of access and equity, Dr. Amatullah recently proposed a study to evaluate teacher education students’ clinical experiences at SUNY Oneonta in response to the TeachNY implementation Fund: Teaching and Learning throughout the Clinical Practice Continuum.
Amatullah, T. (2017). Understanding by Design: From Opacity to Transparency. In T.S. Poetter, K. Waldrop, T. Amatullah, V. G. Winn, C. Weiland, J. Googins (Eds.) Curriculum Windows to tomorrow: What Curriculum Theorists of the 1990s Can Teach Us About Schools and Society Today? Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Poetter, T. S., Waldrop, K., Amatullah, T., Winn, V. G., Weiland, C., & Googins, J. (Eds) (2017) Curriculum Windows to Tomorrow: What Curriculum Theorists of the 1990s Can Teach Us About Schools and Society Today? Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Aronson, B., Amatullah, T. & Laughter, J. (2016) Culturally Relevant Education: Extending the Conversation to Religious Diversity, Multicultural Perspectives, 18(3), 140-149, DOI: 10.1080/15210960.2016.1185609
Romanowski, M.H., & Amatullah, T. (2014). The impact of Qatar national professional standards: Teachers’ perspectives, International Journal of Research Studies in Education, Consortia Academia Publishing, 3(2), 97-114. DOI: 10.5861/ijrse.2014.664.