Dr Ali Salim Rashid Alghafri

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Assistant Professor
alghafri@su.edu.om
Phone: +968 26850100 Extn: 661
Location: Barka building, Office no: 05
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  • ​Ph.D. In Educational Psychology, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Penang, Malaysia, April 2012.
  • M.S., In Science Education, Sultan Qaboos University (S.Q.U), Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman, October, 2004.
  • Advantage Diploma, Educational Supervision Diploma, Sultan Qaboos University (S.Q.U), Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman, October, 2002.
  • B.S., In Education, Chemistry Major, Sultan Qaboos University (S.Q.U), Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman, October, 1992.
  • Hygiene, Educational Counselling Foundation,
  • Neuropsychology,
  • Cognitive Psychology,
  • Cognitive Neuroscience, Education Brain,
  • Thinking And Its Skills, Educational Evaluation & Measurement,
  • Methods Of Teaching,
  • Statistic Package System (Spss),  
  • Technical Learning And Communication Skills,
  • Educational Statistic,
  • Basic Of Educational Research.​
My Main Interest Includes Educational Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive, Neuroscience, Thinking, Brain Learning And Thinking And Neuro-Linguistic. Particular, Interest is in the applying the Neuroscience Finding in Psychology and Education for develop And Improve Learning And Thinking. Also, Interest is in Eeg Experiments of the brain.​
  •  الغافري، ع. س. (2018). التفكير والعاطفة في منظور العلوم العصبية المعرفية. مجلة العلوم التربوية والنفسية،2 28)
  • Alghafri, A. S. (2018). Development of Learning in Human brain. IMPACT: International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, 6(9), 23-30.
  • Alghafri, A. S. & Zainal, Ahmad. (2015). The Impact of Using Neuro-education Aspect on Students’ Thinking and Emotion. Frontiers in Clinical Medicine (FCM), 2(1),1-9.
  • Alghafri, A. S. & Hairul, I. (2014). The Effects of Integrating Creative and Critical Thinking on Schools Students' Thinking. International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, 4(6), 518-525.
  • Alghafri, A. S. & Hairul, I. (2011). The Effects of Neuroscience- and Non-Neuroscience-Based Thinking Strategies on Primary School Students’ Thinking. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 15, 3291-3298.
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