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Nisreen Ash has worked on international education reform programmes since 2010 supporting nationwide changes to educational systems covering curricula, teaching and learning and assessment. In her role, she has worked closely with various stakeholders in ministries and education providers, as well as teachers and learners and within wider communities.
She has worked in monitoring the implementation of system changes within reform programmes, addressing emerging needs and advising on further action to ensure the success of reform initiatives. Nisreen’s work with different technical teams within Cambridge Assessment has helped develop the depth and breadth of her expertise and experience.
Prior to joining Cambridge, she worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in various contexts including the University of Nottingham and Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Damascus University, Syria.
Her expertise lies in curriculum development and evaluation, assessment, teaching and learning, capacity building and monitoring and evaluation. She has delivered training workshops in Singapore on using and adapting teaching materials, in Malaysia on formative assessment and in Kazakhstan on quality assuring textbook alignment to curricula.
Nisreen holds an MA in teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) from the University of Reading, UK, and a Diploma in Public Service Interpreting in English Law. Nisreen is fluent in Arabic.