School Programs - Education towards Tolerance


Footsteps in the Grass - Education towards Tolerance in a Hetrognic and Multicultural Society

A school program for 3rd and 4th students in elementary school. You are kindly invited to watch the below pictures and to read the explanations: יחידת לימוד לתלמידי כיתות ג'-ד' בבית ספר יסודי. להסברים בעברית גוללו בקשה למטה

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The Ugly Duckling - Where To?

The Ugly Duckling – Where to? is a fun riddle book, for children and adult, which presents its' readers with the question: “what would have happened to the UGLY DUCKLING, if his features had not changed to white?” It encourages the readers to discover the racist concept behind H"C Andersen's classic tale and to look for a Happy Ending that will stand in accordance with the democratic values of the 21 century. The reader is also referred to the academic article: "The Other" - a threat or a resource? Polar interpretations of two children's stories: 'The ugly duckling' by H.C. Andersen and 'Raspberry Juice' by H. Shenhav by Liora Israeli, was published in Journal of Peace Education in, vol. 8, No. 1, April 2011, p.1-17 ; החוברת ראתה אור בעברית וניתן לרכוש אותה בהזמנה באתר אמז

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School programs from Kindergarten to College' students

In this section one can read about the different school programs I have developed from kindergarten to college's students. These days the digital riddle book: The Ugly Duckling - Where to? is available as a kindle book in Amazon site. In a short while it will be available as a printed book on request. ( להסברים בעברית על יחידות הלימוד השונות גוללו בקשה למטה

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Exhibition in the Academic College of Education, Gordon in Haifa, Israel: Toys of Long Time Ago in Arabic Villages in the Galilee, Israel

Reconstruction of mid 20th century Children Toys that were common in Arabic Villages in North Israel is an outcome of a research work that Gordon College's students conducted in their families. The toys were restored mainly by their grandparents and actually revived an old, almost forgotten folk art. An Hebrew guide and a questionnaire that accompanied the exhibition includes most touching and valuable quotations from the interviews held by the students. The process aroused memories of early childhood and made the interviewees reflect on family issues and the on the way they acquired cultural norms ... You are kindly invited to scroll down. לטקסט בעברית גוללו בקשה למטה.

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Exhbition in the Academic College of Education, Gordon in Haifa, Israel: Holidays' Lights in Different Religions in Israel

Light Is a common motive in many religions. The exhibition presents the visitors with this theme in the Jewish religion, Islam, Druse religion & Christianity under the call to replace ignorance (darkness) with the light that constructive mutual relations promise.

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