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Scientific committee

To design our services in a professional way and meet international criteria for both quality and science, we work with a scientific committee of national and international experts.

The role of the Scientific Committee is to:

  • validate the research and development axes in which to include projects;
  • give a preliminary opinion at the scientific level on the mandates proposed to T.I.E.S;
  • Advance notice of reports submitted by T.I.E.S consultants;
  • contribute to the scientific organization of seminars, working days and other scientific activities.


The members of the Scientific Committee are:
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Joumana Akiki, PhD, Professor, Lebanese University (Lebanon)

Joumana Akiki is a doctor of psychology, professor and researcher at the Faculty of Pedagogy of the Lebanese University in Beirut. Her research areas focus on the issue of disability (visual in particular), school support and students with special educational needs in inclusive schools, as well as the study of school rhythms in a chronopsychological approach (fluctuations in memory and attention).

Marco Allenbach, PhD, Professor, HEP canton of Vaud (Switzerland)

Marco Allenbach associate HEP professor specializing in individual and collective support, the psychosociology of work and organizations, as well as in the analysis of intervention and collaboration practices at school, member of the International Laboratory on School Inclusion and the Laboratory on Educational Alliances. He is particularly interested in the modalities of collaborative research, and in the methodologies for analyzing the activity, making it possible to support the actors in the evolution of their practices, and to better understand the dynamics and challenges of their work.

Samar El-Horr, PhD, Founding member and pedagogical director of H-Services (Lebanon)

Samar El-Horr has more than 25 years of experience in education: Professor of Life and Earth Sciences and trainer in the pedagogical use of new technologies (Collège protestant Français), trainer in science education (Lebanese University) and educational consultant (UNICEF). She is currently in charge of the H-Services training project. She obtained her doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Montreal (Canada). She is interested in the concept of pedagogical differentiation and its practical modalities in several educational contexts.

Basma Frangieh, PhD, Lecturer, Lebanese University (Lebanon), Associate researcher, Laboratory ACTé Clermont Auvergne (France)

Basma Frangieh is a founding member and president of the NGO T.I.E.S, a doctor in Educational Sciences and a researcher associated with the ACTé laboratory at the University of Clermont Auvergne. She teaches at the Faculty of Pedagogy of the Lebanese University in Beirut. Her work focuses on inclusive school, especially on the training and roles of professionals in addressing special educational needs. In addition, she carries out expertise mandates for national and international organizations related to this theme.

Mohamed Ghosn, PhD, Associate professor, Lebanese University (Lebanon)

Mohamed Ghosn associate Professor at the Lebanese University / Faculty of Pedagogy. Graduated with a doctorate in public law from the University of Montpellier 1 / France. Specialist in international public law, international human rights law, Islamic modernism and Islam. Civil society activist, active member of many political, environmental and socio-cultural associations.

Corinne Mérini, PhD, Associate researcher, Laboratory ACTé Clermont Auvergne (France)

Corinne Mérini conducts research on the analysis of educational partnerships (in health promotion and in the field of an inclusive society) from a sociological perspective. She works in research-intervention by closely associating practitioners in a double transformative and epistemic movement based on qualitative analyses based on clear traces of activity.

Nicole Monney, PhD, Professor, University of Quebec at Chicoutimi (Canada)

Nicole Monney is a professor in the Department of Educational Sciences at UQAC. She is an associate researcher at CRIRES and CRRE. Her expertise includes formative assessment of learning, practical teacher training and classroom management practices, including learning planning. Since 2017, she has been leading a research project on evaluation and feedback objects in the social universe and in science and technology, as well as another project on the types of support offered by associate teachers to develop the competence to be evaluated. The reflection carried out on these various projects allowed him to develop a fine expertise in the evaluation of learning.

Dalal Moukarzel, PhD, Associate professor, Antonine University (Lebanon)

Dalal Moukarzel is an associate professor in management and educational sciences. She has more than 30 years of experience as a director and consultant for teaching and learning at the university and school levels in Lebanon and the Gulf countries as well as on behalf of the American University of Beirut. She is currently a consultant to the Executive Vice President at Antonine University in Lebanon. Her publications are in the fields of teaching and learning, evaluation, quality assurance, professional development, and management of educational institutions.

Isabelle Noël, PhD, Professor, HEP of Fribourg (Switzerland)

Isabelle Noël is a professor at the Fribourg University of Teacher Education, a researcher in the Inequality, Diversity and Educational Institution Research Unit (IDIS) and the International Laboratory on Inclusive Education (LISIS). Her scientific interests focus on the consideration of student heterogeneity by the educational institution, inclusive education and differentiation in an inclusive perspective.

Séverine Parayre, PhD, Lecturer, Institut Catholique of Paris (France)

Séverine Parayre, PhD, Doctor in Educational Sciences from the University of Paris Descartes, is a lecturer in educational sciences at the Institut Catholique de Paris ISP-Faculté d'éducation and director of the inclusive education department (France). Her teaching and research interests include health education and inclusive education, as well as university pedagogy in the process of supporting the diversity of audiences.

Serge Ramel, PhD, Associate Professor, HEP canton of Vaud (Switzerland)

Serge Ramel founding Member and Co-Director of the International Laboratory on Inclusive Education (LISIS), he conducts teaching and research in the field of inclusive education. He also carries out various expert mandates with Swiss and foreign school authorities and collaborates with the expert group on inclusive education of the International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030 of UNESCO.

Thérèse Tchombe, PhD, Emeritus Professor, University of Buea (Cameroun)

Therese Tchombe is an Emeritus Professor and Honorary Dean at the Faculty of education, University of Buea. She is in the area of developmental psychology and education with speciality in applied cognitive psychology. Her areas of research and expertise are Cognitive development, Inclusive education, Learning, Gender, Teacher Education and. Currently, she is the UNESCO Chair for Special Needs Education at the University of Buea. She is a member of ISSBD, IACCP, WACASE and CPA.

Serge Thomazet, PhD, Associate researcher, Laboratory ACTé Clermont Auvergne (France)

Serge Thomazet is an associate researcher at the ACTé laboratory (University of Clermont Auvergne). His work focuses on inclusive school, the schooling of students with special educational needs and the evolution of professions, teaching, support and care in an inclusive context. At the University of Clermont Auvergne, he taught in a master's degree course "Schooling and special educational needs" which offers a specialization in these fields to various audiences, in initial or continuing training.

Robert White, PhD, Professor, Aberdeen University (United Kingdom)

Robert White has over 25 years of experience in education; primary school teacher (UK), county wide behavior support teacher (UK), elementary school principal (Thailand), a system wide educational consultant (US & UK). He attained a PhD in Special Education and Psychology (Inclusive Practice) from Durham University. He's currently a Professor of Inclusion and Educational Leadership at the School of Education, University of Aberdeen; his research and teaching focuses on the intersection between inclusive education, equity, social justice, peacebuilding, and sustainable development.
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