Munir Fasheh is a learning theorist and practitioner, who taught mathematics and physics. Based in Ramallah, Fasheh founded the Tamer Institute for Community Education during the first Intifada as a center for developing learning environments outside of schooling in Palestine. After receiving his PhD in education from Harvard University in 1988, he founded the Arab Education Forum (AEF) at Harvard University's Center for Middle Eastern Studies in 1997 and directed it for ten years. Since 2007, he has been working with groups in Palestine and Jordan to develop new ways of collaborative learning.
As of August 2021