Teacher Education (254 items)To section archive
Novice teachers need a lot of support. This is especially true for Jewish Studies teachers. The Jewish Studies In-Service Teacher Training Program, a 14-month online program created and run by the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators, offers novice Jewish studies teachers 1-on-1 mentoring coupled with regular webinars that provide essential and practical pedagogical training, tailored for the teaching of Jewish texts. While already teaching in the classroom, these educators will get the skills and the extra support that they need!
Updated: Feb. 17, 2021
“Let’s Talk about It”—Explicit Discussions as a Way to Reduce the Resistance of Religious Jewish Science Teachers to Learning and Teaching about Evolution: A Case Study
This study is based on a zoology course designed for in-service teachers, which aimed to provide basic scientific knowledge about evolution using the Religious cultural competence in Evolution Education framework. The study explores whether learners who were resistant to evolution modify their attitudes and willingness to learn about it, and whether they develop respect toward learners who hold contradicting views.
Updated: Jan. 14, 2021
The response of clinical practice curriculum in teacher education to the Covid-19 breakout: A case study from Israel
This case study explores how teacher education curriculum in a college in Israel responded to the Covid-19 outbreak. The article focuses on the clinical component of the preservice curriculum (practice teaching and methods courses). It reveals that curriculum became malleable in two major ways: there was (1) a shift to learner-centered well-being and social emotional learning (SEL); and (2) an adaptation of teaching methods.
Updated: Jan. 14, 2021
Problem-based learning, self- and peer assessment in higher education: towards advancing lifelong learning skills
This study sought to delineate the implementation of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and peer- and self- assessment in a teacher training programme. This intervention was accompanied by measuring the participants’ perceptions of the PBL environment and the assessment methods used compared with those of other courses they were previously enrolled in. Another aim was to reveal the most effective perceived PBL constructivist activities in enhancing the assessment methods.
Updated: Dec. 16, 2020