Dr Abdul Jabbar
TitleCited byYear
Social mobile devices as tools for qualitative research in education: iPhones and iPads in ethnography, interviewing, and design-based research
N Beddall-Hill, A Jabbar, S Al Shehri
Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology 7 (1), 67-90, 2011
The role of culturally responsive teaching for supporting ethnic diversity in British University Business Schools
A Jabbar, G Hardaker
Teaching in Higher Education 18 (3), 272-284, 2013
Consumerisation in UK higher education business schools: higher fees, greater stress and debatable outcomes
A Jabbar, B Analoui, K Kong, M Mirza
Higher Education 76 (1), 85-100, 2018
Identification of Cultural Heuristics for the Creation of Consistent and Fair Pedagogy for Ethnically Diverse Students
A Jabbar, M Mirza
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, 29-52, 2017
Managing diversity: academic’s perspective on culture and teaching
A Jabbar, M Mirza
Race Ethnicity and Education 22 (5), 569-588, 2019
Engaging the alternative
A Jabbar
Real-time big data processing for instantaneous marketing decisions: A problematization approach
A Jabbar, P Akhtar, S Dani
Industrial Marketing Management, 2019
Academics’ perspectives of international students in UK higher education
A Jabbar, W Teviotdale, M Mirza, W Mswaka
Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-15, 2019
Academics’ Perspectives on the Impact of Managerialism on Teaching International Students
A Jabbar, A Bejan
Journal of International Business Education 13, 55-78, 2018
The rise of the machine: Twilight of the autonomous academic
A Jabbar, BD Analoui, M Mirza, K Kong
International Learning Development and the International Student Experience
J Thomas, M Mirza, R Haloub, A Jabbar
Marketisation Vs Marginalisation: The tension between institutions and academics.
A Jabbar, K Kong, M Mirza
The development of culturally responsive teaching in UK Higher Education Business Schools for students from an ethnically diverse background
A Jabbar
University of Huddersfield, 2015
Analysing feedback on written assignments to produce reusable audiovisual feedback
A Drozynska, P Hill, A Jabbar, C Ireland, P Woods
Technology and Implementation for distance learning students
A Jabbar
Characterising features of culturally responsive teaching in UK Higher Education Business Schools.
A Jabbar
Audiovisual formative feedback in online quizzes and essays
A Jabbar, C Ireland
Exploring mobile technology in the classroom
C Ireland, A Jabbar
Use of Emerging Mobile Technologies in Portfolio Development
E Ahmed, R Ward, S White, A Jabbar
The First International Conference on Mobile Services, Resources, and Users …, 2011
The challenges of student engagement on GDL blended learning
T Hart, M Fellowes, A Jabbar
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20