Hanadi Dayyeh, PhD., is a researcher in the field of Arabic Historical Linguistics. Her research focuses on the evolution of the Arabic linguistic theory and its impact on the teaching of Arabic.
She has led Queen Rania Teachers Academy’s (QRTA) project for developing standards for teaching Arabic as a native language. She participated in the American Education Reaches Out (AERO) project as a member of the World Languages team. She has also chaired the Near East South Asia (NESA) Arabic Advisory group and was a member of NESA’s Professional Development Advisory Committee.
Dr. Dayyeh has several publications. In addition to her published research in the field of Arabic Linguistics, she has developed an Arabic program for learners of Arabic as a World language in grades 1-8. She has also published several children’s stories.
Hanadi Dayyeh has taught Arabic to speakers and non-speakers of Arabic. Currently, she is the Director of Arabic at the American Community School in Abu Dhabi.