Bio Hany Fazza is an Arabic language Instructor at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar. He did his undergraduate studies at the Arabic Department, Faculty of Arts, at Ain Shams University. He had also received his TAFL diploma at the International Language Institute (ILI), where he served as an Arabic language instructor, MSA coordinator and Universities coordinator for study abroad learners for about 11 years. This teaching experience had led him to join the Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language Program at the American University in Cairo (AUC) where he earned his Master’s degree. He had also taught at both the Arabic Language Institute (ALI) and the Center for Arabic Studies Abroad (CASA) at the American University Cairo. In 2011 he served as a director of studies in America-MidEast Educational and Training Service (AMIDEAST) in Cairo for a semester before leaving to Denmark where he taught for 2 years at Aarhus University as an Arabic lecturer at the Arab and Islam Institute under the Department of Culture and Society. He is currently pursuing his PhD work. His research is concentrated on the teaching of Arabic heritage students, “CALL” (Computer Language Assisted Learning), and Arabic linguistics and literature.