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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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فينود راينا
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Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Ministry of Education and Teacher Creativity Center Conclude Project Citizen Training Workshop
Ministry of Education and Teacher Creativity Center Conclude Project Citizen Training Workshop
Ramallah- Maan- the Ministry of Education in cooperation with the Teacher Creativity Center concluded a Project Citizen training workshop in the City Inn Palace Hotel from 28-31/1/2012, with 32 teachers from the entire educational directorates in the northern cities of the West Bank. 
Project Citizen targets 7th-9th grade students, is a multidisciplinary curriculum utilizing interactive learning methods, and cooperative learning strategies, depending on: critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making, and provides a form for correct assessment by focusing state and local government procedures and government commitment to the constitution, in addition to monitoring and influencing public policy as part of a pre-existing approach based on utilizing projects in the learning-teaching process. The implementation of project citizen goes through several stages, starting with determination of problem and data collection, linking the problem to existing policies, developing these policies or suggesting alternative constitutional policies, and thereafter develop an action plan to implement the suggested policy in order to solve the problem; this accomplishes promoting good citizenship values and commitment among the students, and providing them with a real opportunity to undertake problem solving.  
It is worth noting that the implementation of the project between the Teacher Creativity Center and the Ministry of Education started in 2004, brining about unique success on the school and community levels; additionally, the students were able to contribute to problem solving, such that many demonstrated significant interaction during the training and presented simulation projects at the end of the training. 
Participating in the training was Mr. Amin Abu Khalil from Jerusalem Suburbs Educational Directorate, Mrs. Khalida Yassin from Nablus Educational Directorate, Sonia Massad from Jenin Educational Directorate, Majdi Al Azzeh from Bethlehem Educational Directorate, Mr. Jamal Salem from the Ministry of Education, and Mrs. Hala Qubbaj and Mr. Abdallah Jarrar from the Teacher Creativity Center.