Abdulaziz Alkhorasi

a man smiling at the cameraAbdulaziz Alkhorasi is an international student from Saudi Arabia and a candidate in the master's in TESOL program (Teaching English as a Second Language) in University of San Diego. He is in his second year of the master’s program. He completed his bachelor’s degree in English Language and Translation in 2015 at Qassim University in Saudi Arabia. He then worked as a teaching assistant in two universities in Saudi Arabia, teaching English as a foreign language. In 2018, he was granted a scholarship from his country to continue his education in the United States of America. He currently works as a graduate assistant in the Learning and Teaching department in University of San Diego. He developed this (K-12 Center for Changemaking Education) website under the guidance of Dr. Viviana Alexandrowicz. In the fall of 2019, he started tutoring refugee-background students in an afterschool program at Hoover High School in San Diego which led him to research cultural sensitivity and responsiveness from the perspectives of refugee and immigrant-background ESL students.