Seeing the Child: An Assessment of a Psycho-Social Teacher Training Approach

Created by Bar Shalom, Yehuda
Document / Presentation14 p.English2014

Published in The International Journal of Pedagogy and Curriculum. This article presents findings from a study that assessed the
quality of instruction in an innovative teacher training program at the David Yellin College of Education in Jerusalem. The
program aims to prepare future teachers to deal effectively with the emotional and educational needs of students in
processes of risk and dropout.

 

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