Lecturer and pedagogical supervisor in the English Department at College of Sakhnin for Teacher Education, directed the annual TEC International Online Conference for two years, member of the TEC Center, and coordinator of the Access Project operated by the American Embassy. She holds a BEd, a BA and MA in English Literature, a PhD in Educational Management, and a postdoctoral degree in Intercultural Dialogue and Cultural Diversity. She is an expert in teaching strategies in a multicultural environment, and international relations. For nine years she has been teaching a collaborative online course on cultural diversity in the classroom and conflict resolution between Arab students from the College of Sakhnin and Jewish students from David Yellin Academic College of Education in Jerusalem. She also directs an online TEC course titled “Exploring Cultures through Literature Written in English”. Dr. Yazbak Abu-Ahmad attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in the framework of her post-doctorate, and jointly with the university teaches an online course titled “Global Understanding”. She is also a member of several ERASMUS+ projects, and the recipient of two research grants from the MOFET Institute (2010/11, 2016/17), and a Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellowship. Dr. Yazbak Abu-Ahmad was involved in building syllabuses for the BA program, and in evaluating the quality of the English Program at College of Sakhnin. She also authored the MTeach program when she served as head of the English Department last year. She has participated in numerous conferences in Israel and around the world, especially the US. Her research interests are collaborative learning and cultural diversity in advanced environments, understanding the other, and attitude change.