Year Name Title Supervisors
1999 Merav Yifrach Definition of chemical literacy and assessment of its attainment in high school chemistry Dr. Ruth Ben-Zvi,Prof. Avi Hofstein
2000 Tami Levy Nahum ****** The Development of Tools for Assessing Students’ Performance in Inquiry Type Experiments in the Context of High School Chemistry Laboratory Dr. Ruth Ben-Zvi,Prof. Avi Hofstein
2001 Ronit Ben-Bassat Levy The Use of Animation as a an Educational Tool Prof. Mordechai Ben-Ari
2001 Michal Tabach Knowledge Development of a Pair of Students: Beginning Algebra in an Interactive Environment Dr. Rina Hershkowitz,Dr. Baruch Schwarz
2001 Ran Segall Exhibiting Math in Science Museums Prof. Abraham Arcavi
2002 Roni Mualem The Earth in Space: Developing & Implementing a Learning Unit and Testing its Impact on Understanding the Seasons of the Year Prof. Bat-Sheva Eylon,Dr. Yosef Nussbaum
2002 Einat Mizrachi Cellular aspects of the learning topics reproduction and heredity: identification of comprehension difficulties, development of learning materials and their evaluation. Dr. Anat Yarden
2002 Sarah Pollak Learning Materials for Project Development in High-School Computer Science Development and Evaluation Dr. Zahava Scherz,Prof. Ehud Shapiro
2002 Rachel Segev Teachers’ Investigation of Students’ Self-Perceptions Regarding Physics Learning and Problem-Solving Prof. Bat-Sheva Eylon,Dr. Edit Yerushalmi
2002 Hana Shtein Changes in the Equation Concept and in its Solution Methods in a Technological Learning Environment (Case Study) Dr. Rina Hershkowitz,Dr. Alex Friedlander
2003 Aliza Dayan The attitudes of Orthodox Jewish Science Teachers Regarding the Teaching of Geological Time and Other Controversial Issues in Earth Sciences Relating to Science and Religion Prof. Nir Orion,Prof. Natan Eliezer
2003 Shlomit Hadad Ninth grade students’ difficulties in understanding the gene expression process: characterization and classification using knowledge organization tasks Dr. Anat Yarden
2003 Tzippora Yesho Teaching an Explicit Conceptual Model as a Means to Improve the Work with Computer Applications Prof. Mordechai Ben-Ari
2003 Yula Midyan Factors that influence the ability of elementary science teachers to adopt the outdoor learning environment: professional development and professional change Prof. Nir Orion
2003 Ita Naftalis Extremum Problems in High School Prof. Abraham Arcavi,Prof. Tommy Dreyfus
2003 Orna Falik The Implementation of Project-Based Learning in Israeli Middle Schools: A Longitudinal Study Prof. Bat-Sheva Eylon,Dr. Sherman Rosenfeld
2003 Sara Kiro Reading Mathematical Explanations Prof. Abraham Arcavi,Prof. Tommy Dreyfus
2004 Noam Leshem Learning Processes of High-School Students in a Web-Based Environment: Designing a Geology-of-Israel Website Prof. Nir Orion,Dr. Yael Kali
2005 Nir Esterman Group meetings of scientific interdisciplinary groups: benefits and challenges to learning Dr. Anat Yarden
2006 Dorit Taitelbaum Chemistry Teachers Continuous Professional Development (CPD) During Teaching the Inquiry Approach In the Chemistry Laboratory Prof. Avi Hofstein, Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman
2006 Dikla Elbaz Different Aspects of Updated Media Integration in Biology Education in Israeli High Schools Dr. Anat Yarden
2006 Michal Ayalon ****** Mathematics education and deductive reasoning Prof. Ruhama Even
2006 Shmuel Schwarz Using State Diagrams for Understanding Correctness in Concurrent Programming Prof. Mordechai Ben-Ari
2006 Gil Ebel The Effect of Program Visualization on the Attention-Directing Characteristics of the Learner Prof. Mordechai Ben-Ari
2007 Alex Ekstein Prof. Avi HofsteinProf. Bat-Sheva Eylon
2007 Tamar Basis Characterization of high school students’ system thinking skills in the context of earth systems Prof. Nir Orion
2007 Maria Tenenbaum Evaluation of the implementation of the chemistry in 10th grade classes in Israel(Chemistry in the Tunnel of Time). Prof. Avi Hofstein, Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman
2008 Moriah Sharon-Ariely****** Characterization of the living cell conceptions and aspects of macro-micro thinking of Junior-High school graduates in Israel Dr. Anat Yarden
2009 Rivka Taub The Effect of ‘Computer Science Unplugged’ Activities on Middle School Students’ Conceptions and Attitudes towards Computer Science Prof. Mordechai Ben-Ari,Dr. Michal Armoni
2010 Hend Basheer Characterizing and Developing Middle School Students’ DGOA (Data Gathering, Organization, and Analysis) Skills Dr. David Fortus, Dr. Yael Shwartz
2011 Irad Niv Equivalent algebraic expressions in the 7th grade: Teaching approaches and cognitive demands in three beginning algebra textbooks Prof. Ruhama Even
2011 Sarit Dolev Justifications and proofs of mathematical statements in 7th grade textbooks Prof. Ruhama Even
2011 Sawsan Ailabouni Classroom Implementation of “Troubleshooting Tasks” in the Context of In-Service Program for High-School Physics Teachers Dr. Edit Yerushalmi and Dr. Rafi Safadi
2012 Osher Merhav High-school students’ engagement in knowledge integration process, based on logical thinking and systems thinking Prof. Nir Orion
2012 Emanuel Eidin Enhancing the NOS understanding and the critical thinking through conflict teaching. Dr. Yael Shwartz, Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman
2014 Faraj Salih The effect of participating of physics teachers in Learning Communities guided by leading teachers, on their Practice
2014 Maya Shalom What factors promote and inhibit teachers make changes in their methods teaching? Prof. Nir Orion
2014 Yael Nurick The Crystallization of Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching of High School Teachers in Video-Based Peer Discussions Prof. Abraham Arcavi and Dr. Ronnie Karsenty