Professor. Bader alsaleh

Bader earned his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in Instructional Design and Technology in 1985; Master in Instructional media from the University of Northern Colorado in 1980 and Bachelor of Arts and Education from King Saud University in 1975. He is Interested in the application of instructional design theories and Models to the design of learning and training experiences, integrating instructional technology into teaching and learning, diffusion and adoption of instructional innovations and educational change management. Professor Al-saleh is a distinguished Arab scholar granted by the Arab Association of Educational Technology (AAET), Cairo University, 2008. He translated and co-translated into Arabic five books of which two were ''21st Century Skills: Learning for Life in our Times'' ''Instructional Technology: Definition and Domains of the Field''; co-authored two books; was a keynote speaker in conference, forums and meetings at the International, regional and local levels; Published and presented papers at local & regional meetings; reviewed research studies, research projects, academic programs and faculty promotion in Saudi and Arab universities and designed & delivered training workshops and programs for Saudi Ministry of Education, Saudi Universities, private and public schools. Details on: ( dr-alsaleh.com); Twitter: @ba_alsaleh.
King Saud university. Educational Technology department. (retired)
Saudi Arabia