Ma. Karwan DHAHIR

- Assistant lecturer -

It is important for me to create a safe and welcoming classroom environment. From the first day of school, I will establish rules and procedures that highlight respect and open-mindedness in the English classroom. The established procedures will ensure that students feel safe during activities such as class discussions. Through class discussions students will get to know each other’s ideas and value different opinions and ways of thinking. In my classroom there will be discussions where students express connections to texts we are reading, connections to the world and society around us, or connections to other media. All of these connections are personal to the speaker and when students share their thoughts in a classroom setting and their peers respond in a respectful and thoughtful manner, it creates a classroom environment where it is then safe to continue to do so. A safe and respectful classroom environment is a place where students feel valued in their learning atmosphere.

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Education Background :
  • University of Birmingham, LLM General Postgraduate degree programme  2012 on-going
  • Wolverhampton University, School of Law, social sciences communication, LL.B
  • (Hons) second class (first division)                                               2009 – 2012 achieved

Wolverhampton University, EPPA English course.                         2008-2009 archived  

  • Wolverhampton City College in the UK ESOL (English language course) - Level 3                                                                                              2003- 2006  achieved                                                      
  • Wolverhampton City College, First  Aid     training                                2005  achieved  
  • Karwan high School, Erbil, Kurdistan                                     1988-1999 pass mark (B)



Interests :

The subject of law fascinates me extensively. I am intrigued by developments in the legal system and the way that it adapts to an ever-changing society.

As a child, I had a broad interest in many subjects and always pondered my career for the future. The thought of engaging in law never crossed my mind until I was given the opportunity to work in a legal environment. My current employment has given me valuable insight into work in the legal domain and immediately I knew that a career in the legal environment was one which I would indulge myself in and which would enable me to expand on my interest in law.

My Teaching philosophy is :

I see teaching as involving a reciprocal relationship between teachers and students-I believe that teachers have duties to their students and that students have duties to their teachers. I believe that it is my responsibility as a teacher to provide students with the following:  an environment conducive to learning, knowledge that will help them be successful in achieving their lives' goals,  materials, opportunities, and feedback that will help them learn, and  help in becoming and remaining motivated to be successful both in their studies and in applying their knowledge to solve problems in their lives.  

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My Publications

  • Abstract Published In Conference Abstract Book
      2017 - 2018

      The differences between Production Sharing Contact (PSC) and Risk Service Contract (RSC),

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