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دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
الحملة العالمية للتعليم
الحملة العالمية للتعليم
مسابقة " أفضل معلم في العالم "
مسابقة " أفضل معلم في العالم "
الخطة الاستراتيجية
الخطة الاستراتيجية
التقرير المالي
التقرير المالي
فينود راينا
فينود راينا
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
In the Presence of an Educational Rally Teacher Creativity Center Opens Second Enlightening Educational Days Forum
In the Presence of an Educational Rally Teacher Creativity Center Opens Second Enlightening Educational Days Forum
Teacher Creativity Center organized the Second Enlightening Educational Days under the auspices of President Mahmoud Abbas, in the presence of a rally of representatives of official and popular institutes, Educators, and representatives of civil institutions and political parties. The activities on this two-day conference terminated Tuesday night.
Following the National Anthem, the conference was opened by General Manager of Teacher Creativity Center Mr. Refat Sabbah, who said in his speech that the basis of the partnership is the belief that difference is inevitable and part of the natural progression of the manifestations of life. Sabbah added that today we are going to talk about a partnership to advance the process of education which is an essential component of the larger project: the establishment of a democratic state.
In her statement, on the behalf of the Network of Non-Governmental Organizations, Ms. Samah Darwish the Executive Director of the network indicated that the interest of the network in education stems from Palestinian Vision, which focuses on the importance of empowering individuals and arming them with survival tools, with education being the foundation block in resisting occupation and the process of internal building. Darwish added, that there is a necessity to promote individual and social values, and methods of education; focusing on the qualitative aspect of the curriculum instead of the quantitative.
Archimandrite Atallah Hanna also participated in the opening session, and invoked the city of Jerusalem, outlining the suffering of the city from policies designed to Judaize it.  He called for the need to focus on Jerusalem, especially in the subject of education, and stressed the need for considerably more attention on both the official and popular levels, in addition to calling for the start of the educational uprising. At the end of his speech, he recommended that the final act of the conference be a working program, on which all involved parties begin its implementation.
The title of the opening session of the conference was 'Methodologies to Activate Real Partnerships for Attainment of Educational Reform' with Dr. Zahra Khalidi as a moderator. In this session, Mr. Tharwat Zaid, the General Director of Supervision in the Ministry of Education clarified the vision of the Ministry as the basis for a partnership leading to educational reform. He presented an overview of the idea of Community Education Councils as a primary input to an effective partnership, and an effective school through an effective community, with individuals and civil organizations having sufficient interest and desire to take the responsibility for education, alongside the Ministry. He noted that the Ministry is open to true partnerships for the advancement of education, stressing that the ministry is fully aware of the problems facing the education sector, primarily due to the scarcity of financial resources, but the ministry needs those who cooperate with them in the treatment of these problems. From this perspective came the idea of Community Educational Councils, for which Zaid gave a detailed presentation about what these councils are about, detailing their mechanism and composition in addition to other fine details.
The second speaker in the first session, Dr. Abdul Rahman Tamimi, the Director of the Palestinian Hydrology Group, presented a visualization on how to build a realistic partnership for reform of education between the Ministry of Education, civil society the private sector, and all other parties that are active in the field of education. He focused on the need for awareness of the concept of true partnership, not only concerning education. Moreover, he focused on the importance of finding a suitable environment for the use of knowledge, and emphasized the need to change the concept of education, in order to produce generations that are liberal on intellectual and cognitive levels.
A heated discussion, that reviewed many problems and important issues, took place between the delegates on a number of topics raised in the morning session. 
This conference, which bears the slogan, 'We Care about Everyone for the Renaissance of Education in Palestine' came to debate important issues in education by highlighting the concept of partnership in education and also focused on the investment of social capital. It included sessions that put forward a set of initiatives, with the aim of introducing and defining them to the public, whether in schools, from a group of individuals or by a particular individual. Once these initiatives are circulated, others can benefit as much as possible from the students. Moreover, these initiatives were put forward to encourage creative people to surge forward striving to produce change, as a service to the Palestinian society and its people.
Finally, a set of initiatives were put forward in the evening sessions for institutions, schools, education departments, boards of education, and boards of parents.