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Personal Blogs or Communal Blogs? - Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions Regarding the Contribution of These Two Platforms to their Professional Development
Although educational blogging is not a new phenomenon, the use of blogs in teacher education in Israel is still in its early stages. In line with the above-mentioned study aims, which focused on exploring the pre-service teachers' perceived usefulness of blogs in their professional development and training, the following two research questions were examined: What are the perceptions of pre-service teachers regarding the contribution of personal blogs and communal blogs to their professional development? Which platform do pre-service teachers prefer: the personal blog or the communal blog? and why?
Updated: Feb. 13, 2018
As an iCenter Masters Concentration in Israel Education Fellow (say that five times fast!), I have been tasked with the awesome responsibility of creating something – a tool or resource – that can be used in the field of Israel education. For me, Israel education must be multi vocal and overflowing with stories. Thus, my project: an Omer-lengthed blog, through which a variety of people share, bkitzur (in short), their thoughts on Israel. My guest bloggers are invited to provide content (in a variety of media forms) on one of two questions: As we move from Passover to Shavuot, the Israelites travel further away from the slavery of Egypt and toward the moment of revelation at Sinai. Where are you in that journey in relation to your thoughts/emotions/feelings about Israel? What one story do you think every American kid should learn about Israel?
Updated: May. 26, 2014
February 1, 2014 will mark the beginning of the sixth annual Jewish Disability Awareness Month. JDAM is designed to be a unified initiative to raise disability awareness and support efforts to foster inclusion in Jewish communities worldwide. I will share a daily blog post throughout the month of February to help bring awareness to the significant value of including Jews with disabilities in all aspects of Jewish life. I may write a “how-to” or share a success story, I will probably discuss an experience or two as they unfold, and I might reflect on a struggle or a goal not yet met. I may even introduce a guest post or two. And I would love for you to join me.
Updated: Mar. 05, 2014
The Jewish Agency for Israel is pleased to inform all of their readers that the FSU Summer Camps Blog 2010 is back. In keeping with tradition, this year's blog posts will chronicle key activities taking place in their summer camps, located in 14 different locations across the FSU. This summer there will be close to 5,000 children and youngsters, ages 7 -17, attending the summer camps.
Updated: Aug. 24, 2010
A blog written by high school students, for high school students, Oznia is a collective of young bloggers and activists, dedicated to gathering exciting, engaging and challenging nuggets about Israel and Zionism
Updated: Apr. 29, 2008