About The Initiative
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Master teachers as agents of improvement in the education system
Inequality and Education: The effect of rising economic inequality on educational attainment and achievement
School and Family: Teacher-Parent Relations in a Changing Environment
An Education System for All and for Each and Every One
Language and Literacy
A Proposal to Revamp Schooling for the 21st Century
Therapeutic Interventions for Children with Behavioral Difficulties and Disorders
How can teachers learn from video-recorded lessons?
The Knowledge-base for Teaching Mathematics
Arabic instruction in the Israeli Hebrew-language school system
Early Childhood Education (Kindergarten to Grade 3)
From Research to Practice in Early Childhood Education
Diagnosis, Assessment and Evaluation in Early Childhood Education
Relations between the Family and the Early Childhood Education System
Education System Indicators
Challenging the Top Twenty Percent of School Students
Assessment and Evaluation in Education
Prof. Malka Rappaport Hovav
professor of linguistics in the Linguistics Department at The Hebrew University. She is currently serving as the head of the School of Language Sciences and the head of the English as a Second Language unit, and formerly served as chair of the English Department. In the past, she taught at Bar Ilan University, and was also Visiting Professor at Rutgers University, fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford, and Visiting Scientist at The Center for Cognitive Science at MIT. Professor Rappaport Hovav is a member of the academic committee of Hemdat Hadarom College. Her research deals with lexical semantics and the interface between lexical semantics and the grammatical and conceptual systems.
She earned her PhD at MIT in 1984.
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