الكلية الأكاديمية العربية للتربية في إسرائيل – حيفا
המכללה האקדמית הערבית לחינוך בישראל - חיפה
The Arab Academic College for Education in Israel - Haifa
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סגל אקדמי

ד''ר חוה וידרגור

תחומי עניין:

פיתוח חשיבת עתיד, סביבות למידה מתקדמות, אסטרטגיות למידה חדשניות, תכנון לימודים בעזרת מודלים מתקדמים, ילדים מחוננים ומצטיינים, הוראה-למידה בחינוך הגבוה.

  

מאמרים בכתבי עת שפיטים:

 

  1. Vidergor, H.E., & Schwabsky, N. (forthcoming). Israeli principals' perceptions of management aspects in application of special education programs in elementary school.
  2. Sofer, R., Vidergor, H. E., & Huber, H. (forthcoming). Living together: Excellent students’ perceptions of the contribution of a course on multiculturalism using PBL. International Journal of Multiculturalism.
  3. Vidergor, H.E. (forthcoming). School provisions for gifted talented and able students: Teachers' and parents' perceptions.
  4. Vidergor, H.E. (forthcoming). The impact of the multidimensional curriculum model on the development of high order thinking skills among elementary and secondary school students. Teaching and Teachers: Theory to Practice (submitted).
  5. Vidergor, H.E., Magen-Nagar, N., & Iliayan, S. (Forthcoming). From Curriculum to Practicum and in Between: Teacher Trainees' Perceptions of College Preparation for Teaching Profession. Journal of Curriculum Studies (submitted).
  6. Barnes, R., & Shaughnessy, M. F. (2015). A reflective conversation with Dorothy Sisk and Hava Vidergor: On enhancing the gift of leadership. Gifted Education International 0261429415587581, first published on May 25, 2015.
  7. Vidergor, H.E., & Azar, L. (2015). The Case of a Self-Contained Elementary Classroom for the Gifted: Student Teacher and Parent Perceptions of Existing vs. Desired Teaching-Learning Aspects. Roeper Review, 37(3), 150-164.
  8. Vidergor, H. E. (2014). Erika Landau: A lifetime of creativity. Gifted Education International, 30(2), 136-147.
  9. Vidergor, H. E. (2013). A case study of a creative personality. The International Journal of Talent Development and Creativity, 1(1), 125-135.
  10. Vidergor, H. E. (2012). School provisions for gifted talented and able students: A response to Freeman. Gifted and Talented International, 27(2), 59-64.
  11. Vidergor, H. E. (2012). The multidimensional curriculum model. Exchange, (6), 23-25.
  12. Vidergor, H. E. (2012). Culturally Responsible Research, Teacher Certification and Gifted Education Services: A response to Persson. Gifted and Talented International, 27(1), 77-82.
  13. Vidergor, H. E., & Eilam, B. (2012). Israeli teachers’ perceptions of teachers’ desired characteristics: A case of cultural orientation. Roeper Review, 34(1), 26-37.
  14. Vidergor, H. E., & Eilam, B. (2011). Impact of professional development program for teachers of the gifted. Gifted and Talented International, 26(1-2), 143-161.
  15. Eilam, B., & Vidergor, H. E. (2011). Gifted Israeli Jewish and Arab students' perceptions of teachers' desired characteristics: A case of cultural orientation. Roeper Review, 33(2), 86-96.
  16. Vidergor, H.E. (2010). The multidimensional curriculum model. Gifted and Talented International, 25(2), 153-165.
  17. Vidergor, H. E., & Eilam, B. (2010). Curriculum transformation: The Israeli teacher certification in gifted education. Gifted and Talented International, 25(2), 29-51.
  18. Kleinbok, O., & Vidergor, H. E. (2009). Grade skipping: A retrospective case study on academic and social implications. Gifted and Talented International. 24(2), 21-38.
  19. Vidergor, H. E., & Reiter, S. (2008). Satisfaction with school among gifted Israeli Students studying in various frameworks. Gifted and Talented International, 23(1), 39-50.

  

פרקים בספרים:

  

  1.  Vidergor, H.E. & Salomon, R. (2017). Blended learning environments in higher education. In H.E. Vidergor & O. Sela (Eds.), Innovative Teaching Strategies promoting Lifelong Learning in Higher Education: From Theory to Practice. New York: Nova Sciences Publisher. (In process).
  2. Vidergor, H.E. & O’Farrel, C. (2017). Wanted: Excellent lecturers for nurturing future lifelong learning professionals. In H.E. Vidergor & O. Sela (Eds.), Innovative Teaching Strategies promoting Lifelong Learning in Higher Education: From Theory to Practice. New York: Nova Sciences Publisher. (In process)
  3. Vidergor, H.E. & Sofer, R. (2017). Developing social responsibility and future thinking. In H.E. Vidergor & O. Sela (Eds.), Innovative Teaching Strategies promoting Lifelong Learning in Higher Education: From Theory to Practice. New York: Nova Sciences Publisher. (In process)
  4. Vidergor, H.E. (2015). The multidimensional curriculum model. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp.199-214). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  5. Vidergor, H.E. (2015). Who is the best teacher of gifted and able students? In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp.43-55). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  6. Vidergor, H.E. (2015). The gifted and able coordinator’s role according to US standards. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp.57-76). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  7. Vidergor, H.E. (2015). Teaching a second language: Using biographies of eminent people to enhance creativity. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp. 543-558). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  8. Vidergor, H.E., & Krupnik, M. (2015). High Order Thinking, Problem Based and Project Based Learning in Blended Learning Environments. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp. 201-232). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  9. Vidergor, H.E. (2015). Relate-Create-Donate: Promoting social responsibility in second language teaching and learning. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp.559-572). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  10. Vidergor, H.E. (2015). Teaching leadership to gifted and able students. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp.587-602). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  11. Vidergor, H.E. (2015). Interdisciplinary units. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp.455-474). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  12. Vidergor, H. E. (2015). Incorporating alternative assessment. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp. 307-323). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  13. Kastoryano, M., & Vidergor, H. E. (2015). Young radio broadcasters. In H. E. Vidergor, & C. R. Harris (Eds.) Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners (pp. 573-585). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

  

ספרים שפורסמו:

  

  1. Vidergor, H.E., & Harris, C.R. (Eds.) (June, 2015). Applied practice for educators of gifted and able learners. Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  2. Vidergor, H. E., & Sisk, D.A. (2013). Enhancing the Gift of Leadership: Innovative Programs for all Grade Levels. Ulm, Germany: International Center for Innovation in Education Press.

 

ספרים בהכנה או שכתיבתם טרם הסתיימה:

 

  1. Vidergor, H. E. & Sela, O. (Eds.) (2017). Innovative Teaching Strategies Promoting Lifelong Learning in Higher Education: From Theory to Practice. New York: Nova Sciences Publisher. (Contract signed)
  2. Vidergor, H. E. (2018). The Multidimensional Curriculum: Teaching learners to take control of their future. Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers. (Contract signed)

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