Beit Berl Academic College is a multi-disciplinary academic institution with an applied social orientation to train professionals and develop them throughout their careers. At the core of the college is the focus in the various fields of education and training for teaching at the BA, Master’s degree and academic training of teaching academics.
The College promotes the various arts and art education as well as social studies, government and humanities.
At the college, more than 4,400 students are engaged in full-time programs for a first and second academic degree, a teaching diploma and an educational worker’s diploma, and more than 5,800 students engaged in diploma studies, personal and organizational development programs and various qualifications.
The college has a network of international connections that facilitate faculty and student exchanges as well as collaborative research programs.
The research activity at the college has been gaining momentum in recent years and the number of faculty members winning research funds, including competitive and international, is rising year by year.
The College emphasizes the social value dimension of its activities in both the multicultural composition of its faculty and students and in a wide range of activities in society and in the community.
We are constantly being renewed at the college’s established centers, with unique activities such as excellence day, professional conferences, and academic and social entrepreneurship of students, employees and lecturers.
We invite you to visit the College website to learn about the various innovations.
Head of the Unit for Education Studies, a lecturer on the philosophy of education in the Faculty of Education and in the Art Seminar at Beit Berl College.
Trains philosophy teachers in additional teacher training establishments.
A mother of three.
In the past:
A teacher of philosophy and the subject coordinator of philosophy in Ironi Aleph High School in Tel Aviv.
Main areas of teaching and research:
Moral and political education, dialogic learning, the teacher’s image, the autonomy of teachers.
A senior lecturer at Beit Berl College. His studies and publications are concerned with laying down the foundations for understanding mindfulness and other introspective practices in education and teacher training from philosophical and psychological standpoints. The courses that he teaches integrate practical mindfulness and yoga with theories from the fields of neuroscience, psychology, consciousness philosophy and education. A member of an international team of 25 scholars established by UNESCO’s research institute in 2019, in order to draft an education vision document that will provide recommendations for educational policies to the 195 member states.
For his publications in Hebrew and English, click here.
Dr. Ayelet Bukai is a dentist who has completed a professional retraining program in software engineering, and more recently an additional retraining program in the instruction of computer science at Beit Berl College, where she was exposed to the subject of computational thinking. A graduate of Tel Aviv University School of Dentistry, class of 1990, and for many years she has worked as a clinic manager, both in Clalit Health Services and in a private clinic. In 2002 she completed a master’s degree in software engineering at the National University in California, where she worked as a website programmer and designer. Over the last few years, before her retraining in education, she has worked in the med-tech industry in Israel.
Prof. Orit Hazzan has been a staff member in the Faculty of Education in Science and Technology at the Technion since 2000. Her area of research is the instruction of computer science, software engineering and data science. Between 2007 and 2010 she served as chairperson of the subject committee of high school computer science in Israel. Between 2011 and 2015, Prof. Hazzan served as the dean of the Faculty. Between 2017 and 2020, Prof. Hazzan served as the dean of the certificate studies program at the Technion. Further information can be found on her personal website.
Dr. Najwan Saada holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in the sociology of education from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a PhD in the sociology of education and study programs from Michigan State University, USA. Dr. Najwan is a lecturer and scholar in the fields of multicultural education, civics and religious (Islamic) education. He works at Beit Berl College, as well as in Al-Qasemi Academic College of Education. His main areas of interest are study programs, values education in the modern and post-modern era, the relations between Islam and democracy from an educational perspective, the religious identities of teachers and students in Arabic and Islamic associations, and the social and philosophical foundations of education. He is the author of several articles published in reputable scientific and academic journals such as…
Click here to check the doctor’s bibliography on his website.