The Rothschild-Weizmann Program
The program grants an MSc without thesis degree in Science Teaching to active teachers.
The program lasts two academic years (four semesters). Students attend course on campus two days per week (Tuesdays and Thursdays).
About the studies
The program aims to empower teachers by providing them with opportunities to expand and update their knowledge of science and science teaching, and to be involved in innovative professional activities. The program is operated collaboratively by the staff of the science teaching department and by scientists in the relevant disciplinary faculties. The Weizmann faculty is actively involved in teaching courses; in addition, they mentor teachers in the preparation of final projects. Special courses adapted to the needs of the teachers in the various disciplines have been developed. In the scientific fields, scientists and graduate students host the teachers for several weeks in their labs.
Fields of studies
Each student admitted to the program must focus on one of the following teaching disciplines (in accordance with his/her undergraduate background): Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or Mathematics.
Students admitted to the program are exempted from tuition fees.
Students admitted to the program are entitled to a modest monthly fellowship.
For further details concerning application academic requirements etc. – please Click here for program website (in Hebrew)