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The Israel Education Ministry announced a new plan to provide an extra three weeks of optional school in order to shorten the summer vacation and keep children in the lower grades busy while their parents are at work. Under the plan, from July 1 to July 21, young people studying to become teachers and teachers who choose to, will take over the schools and conduct activities designed to awaken pupils’ creativity such as workshops for reading and writing, sessions on community involvement, environmental education, interactive learning as well as sports, among others. Activities will also revolve around acquiring social values.
Updated: Dec. 11, 2013
The purpose of this research is to investigate whether there are differences in the level of computer literacy, the amount of implementation of ICT in teaching and learning-assessment processes and the attitudes of teachers from computerized schools in comparison to teachers in non-computerized schools. In addition, the research investigates the characteristics of Israeli school teachers in a 21st century computer-based learning environment.
Updated: Sep. 11, 2013
During the 2012-13 school year the Izraelia elementary school of Neveh Sha'anan, Haifa, began implementing an online community study project on the 'Nipagesh' secure elementary school social network platform. Their project, 'Creating the Neveh Sha'anan Sequence Trail', entails creating an interactive map of the Neveh Sha'anan neighborhood, for the benefit of anyone visiting it, including historical photographs and personal stories of local residents.
Updated: Jun. 18, 2013