Academic Profile

Hani Mustafa is a lecturer in Centre for Modern Languages, in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Her research interests include areas in language teaching, learning and attitude. In the area of teaching, she studies the different approaches to teaching, the use of technology in teaching and alternative assessment. The impact of bilingualism and multilingualism on learning attitudes, social integration and policy making is another area which interests her as she looks at the pattern in language acquisition and its impact on society. She is also keen on the issue of language identity and is currently studying on what motivates a person to learn language and what are the perceived relationship between language and social, cultural and economic identity, especially in the context multi-cultural Singapore.

Hani Mustafa is a lecturer in Centre for Modern Languages, in the School of Humanities. She teaches Malay language level one, two and three and designs the curriculum for the teaching of Malay for medical students. She also teachers Malay for adult learners and conducts the summer exchange programme.

She obtained her first degree from National University of Singapore and a Masters degree from Nanyang Technological University. She is a trained educator and has obtained her Post-Graduate Diploma in Education from NIE/NTU. As an educator, she is involved in teaching of Malay Language and Malay Literature courses. Hani Mustafa has been a journalist with Singapore Press Holdings prior to joining the education industry. She joined NTU in 2014. She has published a book on Teaching and Learning of Basic Malay. Her main research interest is in the language learning, attitudes and identity.

Her academic qualifications are as follow:
M.Ed (Malay Lang) Nanyang Technological University 2009
Post-Grad Dip in Edu (Malay Lang & Lit) National Institute of Education 2002
BA (Malay Studies & Eng Lang) National University of Singapore 1994
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Ms Hani Mustafa
Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities

Hani Mustafa is a lecturer in Centre for Modern Languages, in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Her research interests include areas in language teaching, learning and attitude. In the area of teaching, she studies the different approaches to teaching, the use of technology and alternative assessment. The impact of bilingualism and multilingualism on learning attitudes, social integration and policy making is another area which interests her as she looks at the pattern in language acquisition and its impact on society. She is also keen on the issue of language identity and is currently studying on what motivates a person to learn language and what are the perceived relationship between language and social, cultural and economic identity, especially in the context multi-cultural Singapore.
 
  • Enhancing Collaborative Language and Culture Learning Through Wikis: A Comparative Study
 
  • Patricia Lorenz, Estelle Bech, Jean François Ghesquière and Hani Mustafa. (2020). Comparing Student Perceptions of Blended Learning in Foreign Language Learning. LIF2020 - 7th International Language in Focus Conference.

  • Hani Mustafa, Patricia Lorenz, Bech Estelle and Ghesquiere Jean Francois. (2020). Students’ Perception of Blended Learning.. The Southeast Asian Conference on Education (SEACE 2020).

  • Patricia Lorenz, Estelle Bech, Jean François Ghesquière, and Hani Mustafa. (2019, November). Student Perception of Blended Learning: a case study from Foreign Language Learning. Paper presented at 40th Annual Conference of Linguistic Society of Nepal, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.

  • Ghesquière Jean François, Bech Estelle, Hani Mustafa,. (2019, November). Enhancing students’ critical thinking through written and video assessments in a French language class. Paper presented at Tenth International Symposium on European Languages in East Asia: Didactics, Literature, Culture and Translation of European Languages, National Taiwan University.

  • Estelle Bech, Hani Mustafa, Jean-Francois Ghesquière. (2019, November). Making cell-phone videos in a task-based Learning Environment : Students’ perspective in Beginner French as a Foreign Language classes in Singapore. Paper presented at Tenth International Symposium on European Languages in East Asia: Didactics, Literature, Culture and Translation of European Languages, National Taiwan University (NTU).