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- Teach is an innovative program that offers a master’s degree in teaching and a teaching certificate for the secondary school track in one of 3 fields of knowledge: mathematics, computer science and English. The program operates in many countries and has also been operating for several years in the leading colleges of education in Israel.
- Teach is intended for candidates with a B.A. in mathematics, computer science, English and other related subjects (as well as candidates with a B.A. with a partial background in the required professional field), who do not have a teaching certificate and wish to teach in secondary schools.
The program is designed to train graduates who aspire to excel in teaching and who are conversant in the disciplinary fields, who have the most advanced skills and tools in the personal-emotional-social, didactic, organizational, pedagogical and techno pedagogic fields, as well as the ability to combine them. Graduates who are committed to education and see it as a way of life, with a developed moral and humanistic orientation and sensitivity to the human differences found among their students, who will strive to establish an inclusive, multicultural and empowering educational discourse.
The program aims to upgrade the profile of those involved in teaching and to ensure that schools will have academically educated, sensitive, dynamic teachers with leadership ability and a sense of social and cultural mission. Teachers who will be able to observe the educational field in which they operate, identify and analyze processes, dilemmas and educational opportunities, and take an active part in its development and design.
To this end, the training process is aimed at giving students a sense of growth, value and capability, personal development, success and self-realization, an experience of discovery and a response to their curiosity and professionalism. It emphasizes the cultivation of critical thinking and in-depth and exploratory observation, the imparting of advanced pedagogical and research methodologies and tools, and the development of training adapted to the new pedagogical era of the 21st century.
Specifically, at Sakhnin College, the purpose of the program is to train academic teachers in the Arab society in Israel, who will lead the educational activities in the Arab society in all its aspects. Teachers familiar with the rapid changes in knowledge, in the learning environment, and the cultural characteristics and values guiding Arab society and students, and who have a strong desire to engage in the field of teaching and education, as well as the ability to fully meet the challenge placed before them.
The curriculum consists of education studies, teaching studies in the chosen discipline, and practical experience in schools. It lasts two years, with 33 weekly hours which include one day of studying at the college and two days of practical experience in schools.
Dr. Wafiq Hibi
Head of the Mathematics Department
Reception hours: Sunday, 12:00-13:30; Tuesday, 10:30-12:30; or by appointment
Dr. Ihab Zubeidat
Coordinator of beginning teachers and mentors
Reception hours: by appointment via email, Sunday, 15:00-16:00; Thursday, 12:00-13:00
Dr. Nayif Awad
Director of the Simulation Center
Reception hours: Monday, 10:30 - 12:30,Masters degree M.Ed: by appointment
Dr. Manal Yazbak Abu Ahmad
Reception hours: Friday 11:40-12:40 By appointment via email and phone
Prof. Jamal Assadi
Head of the English Department
Coordinator of English studies in the program M.Teach
Reception hours: Saturday 13:00-14:30; Sunday 12:30-14:00
Prof. Ismael Abu Saad
Co - Program Head
Reception hours: by appointment
סטודנטים ובוגרים מספרים
The M. Teach Program
- תנאי מעבר
- Practical Experience
- A bachelor’s degree in exact sciences, mathematics or geometry with a minimum grade average of 70, or a bachelor’s degree in education or humanities and social sciences with a minimum grade average of 80.
- Admission interview.
- Arabic language entry exam, in accordance with the Ministry of Education guidelines (for graduates of academic institutions whose first language is not Arabic).
- Candidates with a foreign academic degree:
o A minimum score of 85 in the Ya’el exam (Hebrew classification test).
o A minimum score of 75 in the Disciplinary Knowledge exam.
Students without an academic background in the relevant fields will be required to complete supplementary studies.