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Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Closing a Training Session on Project Citizen
Closing a Training Session on Project Citizen
The Ministry of Education and Teacher Creativity Center closed a training workshop on Project Citizen with the participation of 50 teachers from the Education Directorates in the Northern Provinces.

The Director General of Educational Qualification and Supervision Tharwat Zaid explained that the ministry’s vision is presented in preparing a good citizen through the education curriculum and the programs of education on citizenship; due to its importance in refining the Palestinian student personality, preparing him for the social life; to be capable of dealing with the latest issues whether national, provincial, or international, to compete in different fields, and implementing the adopted experiences and knowledge in the different life practices for the advancement of the society to reach sustainable development in the Palestinian community.

Zaid commended the importance of the students’ projects as a teaching strategy giving the students a chance to participate in their local communities through moving their learning into everyday life, in addition to developing their spirit for competition, at the same time it generates the ability to understand the information accessible and adopting everyday situation, and opinions and defending it in line with the law.

A summary was presented on the development of Project Citizen in Palestine that has been implemented since 2004, which achieved success on the level of school and local community. The project targets the students of 7th to 9th grade. It’s a multidisciplinary curriculum that implements interactive educational methods, cooperative learning strategies, and it depends on: critical thinking, conflict resolution, decision making, presents an example of good evaluation, focuses on teaching the operation of the State and local government, the State’s commitment to the Constitutions terms, in addition to learning the real issues and affairs of the society.

Teacher Creativity Center general manager Refat Sabbah confirmed the importance of the students’ achievements through the implementation of Project Citizen in the past years, he also talked about developing the working mechanisms in the project which through evaluating the implementation of the project in previous years, and taking into consideration the recommendations of the supervisors, teachers, and students that implement the project, and emphasizing on the importance of the project’s continuation to reach every school in

Palestine, he also thanked the Ministry of Education for their active cooperation with TCC in implementing Project citizen.

Through the workshop, the teachers were trained on the working methodology of Project Citizen that passes through various stages starting with identifying the problem collecting information from various sources, link it to current policies, developing these policies related to the problem, then suggesting alternative policies (solutions), set an action plan to implement the general policies; in order to reach a solution for the problem; which strengthens the value of good citizenship and belonging in the students, as well as giving them the chance to solve problems in their local communities. The students’ projects were directed this year to research issues related to people with disabilities in the Palestinian society, and the participants showed great participation during the training within an atmosphere of hard work, cooperation, and fun, and at the end of the workshop they presented imaginary projects.

The project is administered by Dr. Suhair Qasem from the Ministry and Hala Qubbaj from Teacher Creativity Center. In addition to Jamal Salem, Murad Abdulghani, Fatheia Yassin, Ameen Abukhalil, and Majdi Alazza who undertook the organization and facilitation of the project.