Senior lecturer and pedagogical counsellor in the English department at Sakhnin College, she headed the international TEC day for the last two years, and is a member of the TEC Center and manager of project ACCESS, instigated by the American Embassy. She is a supervisor for multicultural strategic teaching in the environment, and international relations. She has taught for nine years in a collaborative online course "Relating to multiculturalism in the classroom": this deals with multiculturalism and conflict resolution among Arab students at Sakhnin college TEC and Jewish students at David Yellin College in Jerusalem. She is also head of the online multicollege TEC course called "Journey between cultures by means of English literature". Dr. Yazbak Abu Ahmad attended the postdoctoral program at University of Michigan, Ann Arbour, and teaches a joint online course with them called "Global Understanding". She is also a member of the sixth international TEMPUS project "development and evaluation of new curricula in multiculturalism," the ERASMUS CURE project "Active Citizenship," and the ERASMUS SILICE project "Development of Social and Economic Initiatives." Dr. Yazbak Abu Ahmad has received two research grants from the Mofet Institute (2010/11 and 2016/17) and a Fulbright postdoctoral scholarship. Her research interests are: collaborative teaching and multiculturalism in online environments, understanding of the other, and class mobility.