Dr. Abdul Ghani Al-Hattami
Dr. Abdul Ghani Al-Hattami is an assistant professor at Bahrain Teachers College of the University of Bahrain. He is a Fellow (FHEA) of Advance HE, Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom. He earned his doctoral degree in Educational Psychology (measurement, statistics, and research design) from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He published over 50 research papers in international journals and received many awards, such as the First place Award in the category of sports medicine research, Excellence Teaching Award, Best Presentation Award, and Fulbright Scholarship. His research interests include the application of statistical analyses on educational and social problems; measurement, and psychometrics, including instrument development and validation, computer adaptive testing, and the applications to Item Response Theory (IRT). In addition. His expertise includes: Analyzing and interpreting research data and generating various reports using Statistical packages programs like SPSS, AMOS, SAS, Win Steps, and Iteman 4, and Constructing, developing, and validating instruments and tests, reviewing and evaluating research papers/theses/dissertations.
He provides consultation in the areas of:
- analyzing research data qualitatively and quantitatively
- how to build data collection instruments
- how to choose the appropriate statistical tools to analyze your research data
- how to interpret your statistical results