This volume analyses the difficulties teachers encounter when confronting striking diversity in characteristics of students in the heterogeneous class. Pedagogical and organizational issues are explored to overcome these difficulties. From the series "Schnitzer Foundation for Studies in Economy and Society in Israel''.
Danacode:   110-10400 ISBN:  965-226-178-5 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   149 Weight:   460 gr Dimensions:  16X23 cm Publication Date:   01/1997 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
The building blocks of Zionist education, such as the "tiyul", the agricultural garden, the songs in the kindergartens and more, are the product of an intertwining between European educational ideas and the attempts to design a local Hebrew culture.
This study presents Merleau-Ponty's theory of the ''field of perception'' as a key concept through which we may reach a more comprehensive understanding of ourselves in the world. This concept can enable us to bypass the subject-object dualism characteris
An international group of distinguished psychologists, sociologists and educators presents original theoretical and applied chapters that enable enhanced understanding of hetero-geneous schools and provide ways of improving education for all children in t
This book surveys 30 years of research on religious public education, examining its policies, problems, solutions, successes and weaknesses, from educational, psychological and sociological viewpoints. From the series "Schnitzer Foundation for Studies