Professional development: cooperative inquiry as mean to support physics teachers while customizing research-based instructional strategies, – intended to develop reflective learning and problem solving practices
Dr. Edit Yerushalmi, Department of science teaching, Weizmann Institute of Science
Prof. Bat Sheva Eylon, Department of science teaching, Weizmann Institute of Science
Dr. Rafi Safadi, The Arabic college for education in Israel, Haifa
Postdocs and students
Sawsan Ailabouni, M.Sc. student, currently Ph.D. Student
Rachel Seggev, M.Sc. student
R&D team – Alumni
Mrs. Esther Magen, M.Sc.
- Ailabouni, S., Safadi., R. & Yerushalmi, E., Enactment of knowledge integration processes in the physics classroom, Submitted to JRST.
- Yerushalmi, E., & Eylon, B., (2013), Supporting Teachers who introduce Curricular Innovations into Their Classrooms: a Problem-Solving Perspective. Phys Rev – ST PER .9, 010121, doi: 10.1103/PhysRevSTPER.9.010121
- Yerushalmi, E., Eylon, B., & Seggev, R. (2004). Teachers’ investigation of students’ self-perceptions regarding physics learning and problem-solving. In J. Marx, P. Heron, & S. Franklin (Eds.), Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference (pp. 181-184). Sacramento, CA, AIP Conf. Proc. 790, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.2084731.
Materials (in Hebrew)
- Yerushalmi, E., & Magen, E. (2003). Workshop Leader Guide and Associated Teacher Guide – “Cooperative Problem Solving”. Physics Teachers Center, Science Teaching Department, Weizmann Institute of Science (Hebrew).
- Yerushalmi, E., & Safadi, R. (2008). Workshop Leader Guide Modules: “developing reflective problem solving skills through alternative assessment activities”, (1st Version), Science Teaching Department, Weizmann Institute of Science (Hebrew).