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دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
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الخطة الاستراتيجية
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التقرير المالي
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Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
The Central Arbitration for the Social Audit Project
The Central Arbitration for the Social Audit Project
The Ministry of Higher Education and Teacher Creativity Center held the Central Arbitration for the schools participating in the Social Audit Project, in the Red Crescent Society Hall in Ramallah. The total schools participating reached 20 from all the Education Directorates in the Northern Province. 

The General Director of Educational Qualification and Supervision Tharwat Zaid pointed to the importance of the students projects being one of the interactive learning strategies that revolve around the student. He also mentioned that the Ministry continuously seeks to improve the educational methods and activities through guaranteeing a group of projects and programs that are based on the foundations of democracy and human rights principles which are implemented in line with the academic level, needs, and the developmental characteristics of the students.      

Zaid emphasized on the importance of engaging the students in projects and duties that transfers that learning process from inside the class room to life context, and supply the students with high thinking skills; including analytical, critical thinking, conflict resolution. He also emphasized that these projects promotes positive values and attitudes, team work, cooperation, and working as one away from competition. 

In her turn, Dr. Suhair Qasem, head of the training teacher department pointed to the importance of the meetings that gathers that students, due to its influence and effect on building personalities of students and gaining positive attitudes. She also emphasized on the importance of implementing these concepts on the ground, by practice and attitude. 
She talked about the phases and steps of the project during implementation, as well as the technique of the students’ projects arbitration whether verbal presentation or files, in addition to viewing the students projects.    

The students presentations showed a number of organization features, whether the design of the project’s plan, presenting the conflict, coming out with results and recommendations, use of body language, various techniques in the digital presentation, and connecting this with the main axis for the methodology of the Social Audit Project when choosing the conflict, collecting data, connecting it with the relates general policies, analyzing it, comparing it with the documents and contracts of the project, and then concluding with recommendations for the relevant authorities, in addition to role distribution, discussion, ability to discusses with committee and answer their question on the project presented. 

The schools, teachers, and counselors who participated in the project were honored. A computer was gifted for the top three winning schools, which are: Beit Fajar Secondary School for girls from the directorate of Bethlahem that presented a project titled “Renovation of Beit Fajar old city, Hosh Attiyeh”, Burqa Secondary School for boys from Nablus directorate for their project “Burqa Services Center”, and Faqo’a Secondary School for girls from Jenin on their project “Building a Water Tank in Faqo’a Village”.

Jamal Salem and Murad Abdulghani from the Ministry, as well as the journalist Talaat Alawi participated in the students’ presentations arbitration. In the Files arbitration participated Asad Habayb from Jenin’s Directorate, Salman Farajeen from the Directorate of Bethlehem and Jerusalems’ Suburbs, Amani Abukhalil from Jerusalem and Jericho Directorate, Ibtissam Abukhalaf from Northern Hebron Directorate. 

The Social Audit Project is implemented by the Ministry of Education with the cooperation of Teacher Creativity Center since 2009, with the students of eleventh grade in all sections (literary, scientific, and commerce streams). The number of schools that participated in the project are 120 in the Education Directorates, and 4000 students have benefited directly,  as well as 120 Administration and Economy teachers from the targeted schools, in addition to coordinators and supervisors of the project in the Education Directorates.