ERIC Number: ED371126
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Adult Education in Israel.
Kirmayer, Paul, Ed.; And Others
This volume contains 13 articles that reflect the development of adult education in Israel during recent years. The material relates to the principal areas with which the Division of Adult Education deals: formal and nonformal education for adults, language and cultural absorption of new immigrants, and training of facilitators for parental counseling. The articles are as follows: "Past and Present in Adult Education" (Shalom Klein); "Elementary Education for Adults: The TEHILA Project" (Moshe Adorian); "High School Education for Adults: Trends and Goals" (Theodor Bar Shalom); "The Popular Universities: Student Population, Content and Teaching Methods" (Paul Kirmayer); "What's New in the News? Comprehension of the News among Adults with Limited Formal Education" (Ora Grebelsky);"Teaching Language during a Time of Intercultural Transition" (Riva Perlmutter); "Aspects of the Linguistic and Professional Absorption of Ethiopian Immigrants" (Meir Peretz); "The Organization and Pedagogy of the Ulpan--The Southern District" (Shoshana Brunner); "Teacher-Training and In-Service Training: The Central Tel Aviv District" (Yehiel Nahshon); "Expansion of the Ulpan Network: The Haifa and Northern District" (Shlomo Mizrahi); "Training Program in Parent Counseling: A New Discipline in the Social Sciences Helping Professions" (Rina Cohen); "Cooperation between the Adult Education Division and the Local Authorities" (Ephraim Shach); and "Publications--The Cream of the Crop" (Yehudit Orensztajn). (YLB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ministry of Education and Culture, Jerusalem (Israel).
Identifiers - Location: Israel