Nadia Selim is an Arabic researcher and teacher. Nadia is interested in identifying different means and methods for the enhancement of the effectiveness and relevance of Arabic language learning experiences in English-dominant contexts. Nadia aims to make Arabic accessible and engaging through her work.
Nadia's PhD focused on the motivation and learning experiences of non-Arab Muslim learners of Arabic in Australian Islamic schools.
Doctor of Philosophy
(University of SA - 2021)
MA of Applied Linguistics
(University of Queensland - 2010)
VGC of TESOL and Language Development
(Southbank Institute of Technology - 2011)
nADIA IN THE MEDIA
Australian Muslim Times.
Newspaper Articles by Nadia
Ibn Khaldun, Arabic and the Qur’an
Learning Arabic: Are we going to remain indifferent?
Ibn Sahnun: visionary educator of the 9th century
Make this Ramadan a time to Read!
Living a translated Islam?
What about Arabic?
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
JOIN AWN TEACHERS OF ARABIC DISCUSSION ROOM
Presentations & Papers
SEMINARS & wORKSHOPS