Morten Greaves is a research faculty at the School of Arts and Sciences. He served as a visiting assistant professor of education at LAU. He is a Doctor of Education (EdD) in the field of Curriculum and Instruction (C&I), specializing in early childhood education in international settings. He is a British/Danish national who has worked in early childhood settings in Denmark, England, West Africa, USA, and Lebanon. His Alma Mater is the George Washington University in Washington DC, where he completed his master’s degree in International and Comparative Education as well as his doctorate.
Dr. Greaves teaches undergraduate students in areas associated with early childhood education, as well as courses related to qualitative research methods and educational philosophy.
When not working, he spends time with his family and three young children. He is also an enthusiastic saxophonist who plays jazz concerts in the greater Beirut area.
His research focuses on a number of different areas related to education: early childhood education; language acquisition in early learning settings; non-formal refugee education; lived-experience and teacher perceptions; auto-ethnography and tertiary education; learner perspectives of online tertiary education.
- Shelter in a storm: A case study exploring the use of psycho-social protection Strategies in non-formal refugee education in Lebanon
- The Impact of National/Subnational Cultural Contexts on Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)
- Tales of Resilience and Adaption: A Case-Study Exploring the Lived-experiences and Perceptions of Syrian Refugee Teachers in Lebanon. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. DOI: 10.1080/09518398.2020.1762949.
- EdD in Curriculum and Instruction, George Washington University, Washington DC
- MA in International Education, George Washington University
- BA in Scandinavian Studies, University of East Anglia (UEA), UK
- BA in Early Childhood Education, University College Campus Nordsjaelland