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"Educating learners of Hebrew according to their characteristics and needs"
The second online international seminar in the field of Teaching Hebrew as an Additional Language
The seminar will comprise four online sessions to be held on Mondays and Thursdays at 09:00 p.m. Israel time:
Monday, January 16:
Session 1 - Lecture: "Hebrew learning as L1 and L2 in diverse social and communicative contexts" / Prof. Dorit Ravid
Thursday, January 19:
Session 2 - Discussion (panel): "Hebrew teachers in various places present their students' characteristics and needs as well as the methods and tools they employ in order to meet those needs" / Goni Tishler; Mira Angrist; Galit Rider-Ezra
Monday, January 23:
Session 3 - Workshop: "Teaching texts: Experimenting with new and basic ways of teaching" / Rachel Naparstek
Thursday, January 26:
Session 4 - Lecture: "The integration of technological tools into Hebrew teaching as a response to learners' differentness
We are pleased to announce that in August 2016, The MOFET Institute was awarded an Erasmus+ project,
, dealing with capacity-building in the field of higher education (Key Action II). The three-year project, consisting of 11 partners (MOFET, six Israeli colleges of education and four European universities), will benefit from an EC contribution of €1,000,000.
seeks to capitalize on the recommendations of the EU’s “Handbook for Policymakers on Developing Coherent Induction Programs” (2010) to create a more effective model of teacher induction, namely, MIT (Multi-player Induction Teams). This model takes into account all areas to be considered when developing coherent and system-wide induction programs, supports newly-qualified teachers' diverse needs, and empowers these teachers to become active players in their own induction process and in their schools, at the same time increasing their retention rates.
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