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Hemi, Alla; Madjar, Nir; Rich, Yisrael – Journal of Experimental Education, 2023
Adolescents' academic achievement goals are associated with their perceptions of teacher and peer goals. Earlier research focused on perceived teacher goals, mostly disregarding perceived peer goals' effects. However, since peer-group influence becomes prominent during adolescence, research on students' perceptions of both peer and teacher goals…
Descriptors: Peer Relationship, Teacher Student Relationship, Adolescents, Academic Achievement
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Iluz, Shira; Rich, Yisrael – Curriculum and Teaching, 2014
Teachers' beliefs regarding civil sanctity were studied in the context of their pedagogical activities regarding two Israeli national memorial days--Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Day and Holocaust Remembrance Day. Interviews were conducted with 30 educators in six secular and six religious junior high schools with diverse populations and 12 memorial…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Attitudes, Beliefs
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Cinamon, Rachel Gali; Rich, Yisrael – Journal of Career Development, 2014
Quantitative methods were used to investigate attributions of importance to work and family roles and anticipated work--family conflict and facilitation among 353 at-risk Israeli male and female adolescents. Qualitative interviews conducted with 26 of the at-risk youth explored future work and family perceptions. Findings indicated that both sexes…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Adolescent Attitudes, Mixed Methods Research, Statistical Analysis
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Rich, Yisrael; Schachter, Elli P. – Contemporary Educational Psychology, 2012
This research investigated whether schools characterized by high school students as being rich in identity promoting features contribute to student identity development. A theoretical model posited that student perceptions of teachers as caring role models and their school as cultivating the whole student will foster student exploration and…
Descriptors: Caring, Role Models, Jews, Foreign Countries
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Schachter, Elli P.; Rich, Yisrael – Educational Psychologist, 2011
This article presents the concept of "identity education" (IdEd) referring to the "purposeful involvement of educators with students' identity-related processes or contents." We discuss why educators may consider identity important to the realization of educational goals and choose to target aspects of students' identity in their pedagogical…
Descriptors: Educational Researchers, Immigrants, Identification, Teaching Methods
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Cinamon, Rachel Gali; Rich, Yisrael – Journal of Career Assessment, 2010
This study investigated interrelations between conflict and facilitation in work and family domains, with spousal, managerial, and collegial social support serving as antecedents, and professional vigor and burnout as outcomes. Participants were 322 female, married teachers. Regression analyses revealed complex relations between conflict and…
Descriptors: Females, Burnout, Conflict, Family Work Relationship
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Iluz, Shira; Rich, Yisrael – Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies, 2009
This research investigated pedagogical beliefs of teachers of "sacred" school subjects, curricular topics that the school community deems culturally valued, unassailable and inviolate. Two hundred and fifty-five teachers of girls only who taught sacred or secular subjects in Jewish modern religious high schools responded to questionnaires focusing…
Descriptors: Jews, Discipline, Females, Teacher Role
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Cinamon, Rachel Gali; Rich, Yisrael; Westman, Mina – Career Development Quarterly, 2007
To expand work-family conflict (WFC) research to specific occupations, this study investigated how work and family generic and occupation-specific stressors and support variables related to family interfering with work (F [right arrow] W) and work interfering with family (W [right arrow] F) among 230 Israeli high school teachers. Further expanding…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Secondary School Teachers, Conflict, Teacher Burnout
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Rich, Yisrael – Journal of Counseling & Development, 1987
Discusses the goals of desegregation, the impact of desegregation on pupils' educational outcomes, and ways in which counselors can foster high-quality education in integrated settings. (Author/ABB)
Descriptors: Counselor Role, Desegregation Effects, Educational Quality, Elementary Secondary Education
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Rich, Yisrael – Teaching and Teacher Education, 1990
This article considers the relationship between teachers' ideological beliefs about education and the decisions they make, focusing on beliefs regarding purpose of schooling and process of knowledge acquisition. The effects of teacher beliefs on adoption and implementation of instructional innovations, particularly cooperative learning, are…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Decision Making, Elementary Secondary Education, Ideology
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Rich, Yisrael – Teaching and Teacher Education, 1993
Teachers of low-achieving homogeneous, high-achieving homogeneous, and academically heterogeneous classes in elementary and junior high schools in Israel were interviewed to determine their allegiance to academic, personal, and social goals for students. In contrast to results of U.S. research, academic goals dominated for teachers in all…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Educational Objectives, Elementary Education, Elementary School Teachers
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Rich, Yisrael; Shiram, Zisa – Journal of Educational Research, 2005
The authors examined perceptions of the motivation concept among 69 teachers and 77 counselors from Israeli secondary schools. Participants responded to 3 questionnaires that the authors constructed for this study on the basis of goal theory (e.g., C. Midgley, 2002). The authors also interviewed 10 counselors and 10 teachers. Results showed that…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Teaching Experience, Learning Motivation, School Counselors
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Cinamon, Rachel Gali; Rich, Yisrael – Journal of Career Development, 2005
Work-family conflict is a vocational psychology variable whose antecedents and outcomes have been extensively investigated. In contrast, less effort has been invested in creating practical programs to prevent and reduce it. This article provides the rationale and describes the framework for a comprehensive organizational program designed to ease…
Descriptors: Health Promotion, Conflict, Interdisciplinary Approach, Career Counseling
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Rich, Yisrael; And Others – Educational Research, 1984
Discusses a study that examined the perceptions of school life among physically disabled students aged nine to twelve. Also discusses implications for designing more appropriate school environments for mainstreamed physically disabled students. (JOW)
Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Educational Environment, Mainstreaming, Physical Disabilities
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Darom, Efraim; Rich, Yisrael – Journal of Experimental Education, 1983
To measure pupils' inconsistency in replying to a self-report questionnaire regarding attitudes toward school, 6,000 elementary and secondary school students participated in a nation-wide project to construct and validate the Israeli Quality of School Life Questionnaire (IQSL). (PN)
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, School Attitudes
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