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Students Shaping Internationalization in a Conflict-Ridden Society: Experiences of Israeli Teacher Education Colleges
This article focuses on students from two Israeli teacher education colleges serving marginalized communities, both of which participated in a European Union (EU) project aimed at fostering internationalization in higher education institutions in Israel. The study reported focuses on students’ agency in shaping institutional internationalization processes, in particular during their studies but also, as it became apparent, later in their teaching careers following graduation. Moreover, we explore how students’ agency in internationalization is shaped by the conflict and its consequences.
Updated: Jan. 16, 2019
Comparing the Effectiveness of Two Models of Initial Teacher Education Programmes In Israel: Concurrent Vs. Consecutive
The purpose of the present study was to examine the effectiveness of two common models of initial teacher education programmes that are prevalent in many countries, including Israel. The two are: the concurrent model, in which disciplinary studies and pedagogical studies are integrated and taught at the same time; and the consecutive model, which focuses mostly on pedagogy following the disciplinary studies already completed by university graduates interested to go into teaching.
Updated: Aug. 07, 2017
The Beit Berl College has established an academic unit to aid beginning teachers deal with difficulties in their work during their year of internship and the following two years of work. The main aim of the unit is to prevent the dropout of beginning teachers from the school system. This, in the light of recent research, which shows that about half of the graduates of Israeli teacher colleges don't go into teaching or dropout of the profession within three years of their graduation.
Updated: Nov. 16, 2010