Wayne State University

Suleiman Mohamed Hamdan

Suleiman Mohamed Hamdan
Part Time Faculty - Bilingual/Bicultural Education

Office Hours: As arranged on-line via WIMBA. Please contact instructor to make an appointment.

(313) 577-0902
(313) 577-4091

Education

Wayne State University

  • Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (1999).
  • Education Specialist in General Administration and Supervision (1993)
  • Master of Arts in Teaching (Secondary-Bilingual Education and Social Studies, 1989)
  • BA in Sociology (1985)

Biography

Dr. Suleiman Hamdan attended Wayne State University, where he completed a Master of Arts in Teaching (1989), an Education Specialist in General Administration and Supervision (1993), and a Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (1999). Dr. Hamdan designs and delivers on-line instruction in the area of multicultural and bilingual education. In addition, Dr. Hamdan has an expertise in local, national and international accreditation of schools, and serves as a school improvement consultant with Wayne RESA, and a Lead Evaluator with AdvancED.

Responsibilities

Adjunct Faculty

Teacher Education, Bilingual/Bicultural Education

Academic Interests

  • Multicultural Education
  • Language and Culture
  • Ethnic Relations

Area of Expertise

  • Multicultural and bilingual education.
  • School improvement and accreditation.
  • On-line instruction.
  • Professional teacher preparation
  • Curriculum development and assessment.

Research Interests

Community Engagement Activities

  • Arab American National Museum
  • United Way of Southeastern Michigan

Publications

Hamdan, Suleiman M. & Martinez, Rodolfo (2000): An Exploration of Ethnic/Cultural Violence Preceptions Among Urban Middle and High School Students
Hamdan, Suleiman M. & Martinez, Rodolfo   2000 American Journal of health Education