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دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
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الحملة العالمية للتعليم
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الخطة الاستراتيجية
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التقرير المالي
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فينود راينا
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Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Teacher Creativity Center Launches Fourth Citizenship Project in Gaza Strip
Teacher Creativity Center Launches Fourth Citizenship Project in Gaza Strip
The Teacher Creativity Center in cooperation with the Ministry of Education Education and the UNRWA opened a training course with the aim of strengthening civic education in Palestinian schools, in Almarena House Hotel in Gaza. This course spans over five days with 30 teachers participating with backgrounds in social studies and human rights. The course focuses on how to apply the citizenship project manual, implemented by Center for the fourth consecutive year to include new schools, and the fourth generation of students.
Talat Bathathaw, director of the Teacher Creativity Center, opened the training session in Gaza, welcoming the new generation to the citizenship project and providing a presentation on the Teacher Creativity Center; its mission, vision, objectives, and activities, within the center's role in Palestinian society and its relationship with educational institutions.
Bathathaw confirmed that the Centre is keen to contribute to improving the learning environment in Palestinian schools, through the development of the performance of the Palestinian education cadre in the professional field and the areas of human rights and civic education; in addition to developing the role of parents in improving the quality of education, and develop the knowledge, skills and abilities of teachers concerning their rights. Bathathaw clarified that the concept of citizenship with its values and structures is the form of the human creativity that preserves rights, maintains gains and manages diversity with a civilized mentality. He pointed out that the sense of citizenship and belonging to the country grows through the relentless self-pursuit of the citizen student to discover himself primarily, and through knowledge and mentoring secondly.  
He clarified also that the objectives in the curriculum of Projext Citizen are to teach the students how to develop a general policy to solve the problems of the community, how to sustain enough strength to monitor the process of policy-making and impact it, and to develop the intellectual and participatory skills that enhances the investigative process based on logical arguments. He continued “Critical thinking, effective communication, profound thinking, and development of democratic tendencies that encourages responsibility and the exercise of fundamental rights and commitment and confidence”.  
It is worth noting that the center launched the current project to be implemented with 100 new schools in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, such that the number of benefiting schools in the Gaza Strip becomes 155.