Dr. Rima Bahous is an associate professor of education with an emphasis in applied linguistics and TESOL. She is also the director of LAU’s Teacher Training Institute.
- Daouk, Z., Bahous, R., & Bacha, N. (2016). Perceptions on the effectiveness of active learning strategies. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education 8(3), 360 – 375. DOI 10.1108/JARHE-05-2015-0037
- El Helou, M., Nabhani, M, and Bahous, R. (2016). Teachers’ views on causes leading to their burnout. School Leadership & Management , 36 (5) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13632434.2016.1247051
- Bahous, R., Busher, H., & Nabhani, M (2016). Teachers’ views of professional learning and collaboration in four urban Lebanese primary schools. Teacher Development
- Nabhani, M., Bahous, R., & Sabra, H. (April 2015). Teachers and supervisors’ views on clinical supervision: A case study from Lebanon, 79(2)
- Bahous, R., Nabhani, M. & Bacha, N. (2014). Code switching in higher education in a multilingual environment: A Lebanese exploratory study. Language Awareness 23(4), 353 – 368. DOI: 10.1080/09658416.2013.828735
- Nabhani, M., Nicolas, M., & Bahous, R. (2014). Principals’ views on teachers’ professional development. Professional Development in Education, 40(2), 228 – 242.
- Bahous, R., Nabhani, M. & Rabo, A. (2013). Parochial education in a global world? Teaching history and civics in Lebanon. Nordidactica - Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Education 1, 57 - 79.
- Fidaoui, D. & Bahous, R. (2013). Men’s talk in a Lebanese shisha café. Journal of Multicultural Discourse 8(1), 48 - 64.
- Bacha, N. & Bahous, R. (2013). Cultures of learning in academia: A Lebanese case study. In M. Cortazzi & L. Jin (Eds.) Researching cultures of learning (pp. 116 - 135). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave, Macmillan.
- Nabhani, M., Busher, H., & Bahous, R. (2012). Cultures of engagement in challenging circumstances: Four Lebanese Primary Schools in urban Beirut, School Leadership and Management, 32(1), 37 - 55.
- Bahous, R., Bacha, N., & Nabhani, M. (2011). Multilingual educational trends and practices in Lebanon: A case study. International Review of Education 57(5/6), 737 - 749.
- Ghandour, H., Bahous, R., & Bacha, N. (2011). Discourse on ageing in the autumn of life: language, identity, society and learning in a Lebanese nursing home. International Journal of Education and Ageing, 1(3), 267 - 284.
- Bacha, N., Bahous, R., & Nabhani, M. (2011). High schoolers’ views on academic integrity. Research Papers in Education, 1 - 17.
- Bahous, R. & Nabhani, M. (2011). Assessing education program learning outcomes. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, 23(1), 21 - 39.
- Bahous, R., Nabhani, M. & Cochran, J. (2011). Lebanon: Democracy based in religion. In J. Cochran (Ed.) Democracy in the Middle East: The impact of religion and education (pp. 135 - 154). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
- Nabhani, M. & Bahous, R. (2010). Lebanese teachers’ views on continuing professional development. Teacher Development 14(2), 207 - 224
- Fidaoui, D., Bahous, R., & Bacha, N.N. (2010). CALL in Lebanese elementary ESL writing classrooms. Computer Assisted Language Learning 23 (2). 151 - 168.
- Bahous, R. & Khalaf, R. (2008). Discourse and multicultural activity in postwar Lebanon. Journal of Multicultural Discourse 3(2), 114 - 134.
- Bahous, R. & Nabhani, M. (2008). Improving schools for social justice in Lebanon. Improving Schools 11(2), pp. 129-143.
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