Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim

PROFESSOR OF CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

AREAS OF RESEARCH

Dr. Ibrahim’s research interests and publications spanning instructional design, educational technology integration, multimedia learning principles, flipped classroom strategies, online/blended learning, self-regulated learning, project-based learning approaches, and pre-service teacher training. 

EDUCATION HISTORY

  • BA-Cairo University 
  • MA-Oklahoma State University
  • PHD-Oklahoma State University

Short Bio

Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim is a Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Director of the Master of Education in Instructional Design & Technology program at Arkansas Tech University's College of Education and Health. He received his Ph.D. in Educational Technology from Oklahoma State University. 

Dr. Ibrahim has over 20 years of experience teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in educational technology, instructional design, curriculum development, and research methods. His areas of expertise include online learning, multimedia design, flipped classroom strategies, project-based learning, and integrating emerging technologies into teaching.

Dr. Ibrahim is actively engaged in research on enhancing student learning outcomes and motivation through technology integration, metacognition, and multimedia design. He has presented his scholarly work at major conferences including AERA, SITE, EdMedia, ASEE and ISEC. His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Learning, Media and Technology; Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges; and International Journal of E-Learning. Dr. Ibrahim is committed to empowering educators and students to creatively leverage emerging technologies for impactful teaching and learning.

 

SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Ibrahim, M., Aydoğmuş, M., Tükel, Y. (2024) “New Trends and Promising Directions in Modern Education: AI in Education”. Konya, Türkiye: Palet Yayınları. https://bit.ly/4b3l2GA

Ibrahim, Matti Izora, & Mohamed M. Ibrahim (2023). "Opinions of ESL Preservice Teachers on Using Artificial Intelligence Language Models in Language Education." Transforming the Language Teaching Experience in the Age of AI. IGI Global, 2023. 256-280. https://bit.ly/3S4iqj1

Ibrahim, M., & Aydoğmuş, M. (2023). Examining ESL Preservice Teachers’ Personal Factors That Best Predict Their Confidence to Integrate Technology in Future Classrooms. Journal of Education and Recreation Patterns, 4(1), 134-152. https://bit.ly/3tZDqzI

Aydoğmuş, M. & Ibrahim, M. (2022). Two Approaches to Investigate Preservice Teachers’ TPACK Competencies and Self-Regulated Learning Skills in Turkey and the United States. Journal of Computer and Education Research, 10 (20), 531-546.DOI: 10.18009/jcer.1107419. https://bit.ly/3Hs5Rct

Ibrahim, M., (2022). Book chapter “Strategies to Reduce College Dropout in The United States: State of Arkansas as Example”. Aydoğmuş, M., Çalışkan, M., Serçe, H., “New Trends and Promising Directions in Modern Education: School Dropout”. Konya, Türkiye: Palet Yayınları. https://bit.ly/3tZDdMW

Ibrahim, M. Callaway, R. (2022). Implications of Flipped Teaching Strategy on Preservice Teachers’ Self-efficacy and Intention to Integrate Technology in Future Classroom. International Journal on E-learning (IJEL) (2022) 21(1), 25-38. https://bit.ly/47NjrBY

Gülbahar, Y, Ibrahim, M. & Callaway, R. (2022). Exploring The Effect of Online Course Design on Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge Transfer and Retention Through Learning Analytics. Journal of Educational Studies and Multidisciplinary Approaches (JESMA), 2b (1), 155-172. https://bit.ly/48HJ3RZ

Ibrahim, M., (2021). Book chapter “Technology Integration in Post Covid-19 Learning Environments: Research based Practices”. In Aydoğmuş, M., “New Trends and Promising Directions in Modern Education: New Perspectives 2021”. Konya, Türkiye: Palet Yayınları. https://bit.ly/3tZDdMW

Khan, S. M., Ibrahim, M., & Haider, S. A. (2021, July). Performance Prediction of Computer Science Students in Capstone Software Engineering Course Through Educational Data Mining. In 2021 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access. https://bit.ly/3vKc0hK

Syed, M. M., Akhter, N., Ibrahim, M. M., & Stanley, L. C. (2021). Persistence and Academic Performance of Medical Students in Online Learning Environment During the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown. International Journal of Modern Education Studies, 5(2). https://bit.ly/48HSFMA

Syed, M., Akhter, N., Ibrahim, M., & Stanley, L. (2021). The effects of COVID-19 pandemic lockdown on medical students’ academic performance and stress levels based on their gender and age. The FASEB Journal, 35. https://bit.ly/48BqHlI

Alkhayat, L.S. & Ibrahim, M. (2020), "Assessing the effect of playing games on the behavior of ASD and TD children", Advances in Autism, Vol. 6 No. 4, pp. 315-334. https://bit.ly/3u2KCuN

Recently Taught Courses

  • EDMD 2013 - INTGRATING INSTR TECH
  • EDMD 3013 - INTGRATING INSTR TECH
  • EDMD 5033 - INTRO INSTRUCT TECH
  • EDMD 5053 - ONLINE COURSE DEV MULTIMEDIA
  • EDMD 6133 - PROD/DIGITAL INSTRUCT MATERIAL
  • EDMD 6163 - INTERNET RESOURCES
  • EDMD 6313 - INST DESIGN/PROD DEVEL
  • MAT 5703 - TECHNOLOGY/TEACHING/LEARNING