Dr. Rhonda Sofer, program initiator and coordinator, is an applied anthropologist (BA, Fairleigh Dickinson U in Madison New Jersey and M Phil and, PhD from Rutgers, New Brunswick , New Jersey), and the Director of The Multicultural Educational Resource Center at Gordon, the Academic College of Education. Lecturing in Higher Educational Institutions in Israel since 1979, Rhonda has introduced anthropology and multicultural education to thousands of Israeli Jewish and Arab students and teachers, initiated and/or developed resources for projects ranging from a mentoring program for Ethiopian children, tolerance education programs in Hebrew and Arabic speaking schools, A Holocaust teacher training program, a program that empowers Ethiopians to be teachers, an international tri-city project (Haifa-Boston-Dnepropetrovsk) which trains teachers at a Ukrainian Center for Special Needs (since 2002) and a student-foreign exchange program.
|Course profiles:||Handbooks, Research , WP-2 Development ”DOIT-Portal”, WP-6 QA, WP-7 Dissemination and Sustainability, WP-8 Project Management, Final Consortium Meeting, 4th_Consortium_Georgia, 1st Consortium Meeting in Tbilisi, 2nd Consortium Meeting in Germany, 3rd Consortium Meeting in Linz Austria , Preparations for the 4th Consortium meeting in Israel, Germany Consortium Workshop, Presentations and National Conferences, Report Section, Children’s Rights in and Through Education: Learning to Live Together, Pedagogical Approaches that Promote Inter-Cultural-Ethnic Understanding in the Classroom, Curriculum Development and Curriculum Assessment in Multicultural Education, Identity Formation in a Multicultural Environment , Student Activities in Israel, ...|
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