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Professional Knowledge and Awareness of Teachers in Israeli Schools

Elanit Ayzik

Abstract

The aim of the study is to examine the professional knowledge and awareness of teachers for traditional or innovative teaching in an environment that includes scientific and technological development and rapid changes of a global world, in schools in Israel. Also, creating a theoretical model and practical guidelines for developing professional knowledge and teachers' awareness. The doctoral dissertation and definition of teacher awareness is based on the theory of Illeris, a social constructivist theory that links teacher awareness to environmental interaction. The literary review focuses on Multidimensional Contexts teachers' knowledge and its relation to teacher awareness, opportunities and barriers to learning awareness. Also, defining awareness as an interdisciplinary category, new modern human needs and the need of teachers to see the “big picture” and adapt teaching to the changing environment. In addition, the unique physical and organizational characteristics of schools in Israeli society, traditional and modern teaching, professional development of teachers and their effects on the of teachers in Israel. The methodology is based on the mixed method approach that combines two research methods, quantitative and qualitative, for a deeper insight into experimental diagnostic research. The independent variables are professional knowledge and teacher awareness, the dependent variable is the schools in Israel. The number of study participants included 90 science and technology teachers from Jewish elementary schools. The conclusions of the study showed that Israeli teachers are more aware of traditional teaching in cognitive, emotional and social functioning. Teachers who have been trained about globalization have a The aim of the study is to examine the professional knowledge and awareness of teachers for traditional or innovative teaching in an environment that includes scientific and technological development and rapid changes of a global world, in schools in Israel. Also, creating a theoretical model and practical guidelines for developing professional knowledge and teachers' awareness. The doctoral dissertation and definition of teacher awareness is based on the theory of Illeris, a social constructivist theory that links teacher awareness to environmental interaction. The literary review focuses on Multidimensional Contexts teachers' knowledge and its relation to teacher awareness, opportunities and barriers to learning awareness. Also, defining awareness as an interdisciplinary category, new modern human needs and the need of teachers to see the “big picture” and adapt teaching to the changing environment. In addition, the unique physical and organizational characteristics of schools in Israeli society, traditional and modern teaching, professional development of teachers and their effects on the of teachers in Israel. The methodology is based on the mixed method approach that combines two research methods, quantitative and qualitative, for a deeper insight into experimental diagnostic research. The independent variables are professional knowledge and teacher awareness, the dependent variable is the schools in Israel. The number of study participants included 90 science and technology teachers from Jewish elementary schools. The conclusions of the study showed that Israeli teachers are more aware of traditional teaching in cognitive, emotional and social functioning. Teachers who have been trained about globalization have a much higher awareness of innovative teaching compared to those who do not. Israeli women teachers have a higher awareness of innovative teaching compared to male teachers, and young Israeli teachers have a higher awareness of innovative teaching compared to older teachers, but adapt to the existing traditional school reality.
Record ID
UAMa7a006ba15b6470693549683c290efea
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Elanit Ayzik Elanit Ayzik,, Undefined Affiliation
Title in Polish
Profesjonalna wiedza i świadomość nauczyciela w izraelskich szkołach
Title in English
Professional Knowledge and Awareness of Teachers in Israeli Schools
Language
eng (en) English
Certifying Unit
Wydział Studiów Edukacyjnych [nowa struktura organizacyjna] (SNs/WSE)
Scientific discipline (2.0)
5.9 education
Year of creation
2021
Start date
2018
Defense Date
05-02-2021
Title date
05-02-2021
Supervisor
Pages
376
URL
https://hdl.handle.net/10593/26004 Opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
education; professional-knowledge; teachers awareness; traditional education; contemporary education; social learning environment; characteristics of schools
Abstract in English
The aim of the study is to examine the professional knowledge and awareness of teachers for traditional or innovative teaching in an environment that includes scientific and technological development and rapid changes of a global world, in schools in Israel. Also, creating a theoretical model and practical guidelines for developing professional knowledge and teachers' awareness. The doctoral dissertation and definition of teacher awareness is based on the theory of Illeris, a social constructivist theory that links teacher awareness to environmental interaction. The literary review focuses on Multidimensional Contexts teachers' knowledge and its relation to teacher awareness, opportunities and barriers to learning awareness. Also, defining awareness as an interdisciplinary category, new modern human needs and the need of teachers to see the “big picture” and adapt teaching to the changing environment. In addition, the unique physical and organizational characteristics of schools in Israeli society, traditional and modern teaching, professional development of teachers and their effects on the of teachers in Israel. The methodology is based on the mixed method approach that combines two research methods, quantitative and qualitative, for a deeper insight into experimental diagnostic research. The independent variables are professional knowledge and teacher awareness, the dependent variable is the schools in Israel. The number of study participants included 90 science and technology teachers from Jewish elementary schools. The conclusions of the study showed that Israeli teachers are more aware of traditional teaching in cognitive, emotional and social functioning. Teachers who have been trained about globalization have a The aim of the study is to examine the professional knowledge and awareness of teachers for traditional or innovative teaching in an environment that includes scientific and technological development and rapid changes of a global world, in schools in Israel. Also, creating a theoretical model and practical guidelines for developing professional knowledge and teachers' awareness. The doctoral dissertation and definition of teacher awareness is based on the theory of Illeris, a social constructivist theory that links teacher awareness to environmental interaction. The literary review focuses on Multidimensional Contexts teachers' knowledge and its relation to teacher awareness, opportunities and barriers to learning awareness. Also, defining awareness as an interdisciplinary category, new modern human needs and the need of teachers to see the “big picture” and adapt teaching to the changing environment. In addition, the unique physical and organizational characteristics of schools in Israeli society, traditional and modern teaching, professional development of teachers and their effects on the of teachers in Israel. The methodology is based on the mixed method approach that combines two research methods, quantitative and qualitative, for a deeper insight into experimental diagnostic research. The independent variables are professional knowledge and teacher awareness, the dependent variable is the schools in Israel. The number of study participants included 90 science and technology teachers from Jewish elementary schools. The conclusions of the study showed that Israeli teachers are more aware of traditional teaching in cognitive, emotional and social functioning. Teachers who have been trained about globalization have a much higher awareness of innovative teaching compared to those who do not. Israeli women teachers have a higher awareness of innovative teaching compared to male teachers, and young Israeli teachers have a higher awareness of innovative teaching compared to older teachers, but adapt to the existing traditional school reality.

Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAMa7a006ba15b6470693549683c290efea/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAMa7a006ba15b6470693549683c290efea

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