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التقرير المالي
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Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Training for 25 supervisors from the Ministry of Education on civic education concepts and Project Citizen implemented
Training for 25 supervisors from the Ministry of Education on civic education concepts and Project Citizen implemented

The Teacher Creativity Center completed a 4 day training session led by Mr. Michael Fisher of the Center for Civic Education-USA who is the director of Project Citizen and Foundations for Democracy modules and where Project Citizen has been implemented in over 60 countries worldwide.   

The training comes as part of a two year project titled “ Civic Education in Palestinian Schools: Promoting Active Responsible Youth Citizenship” which is funded by the Foundation For the Future, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education and implemented by the Teacher Creativity

The four day training session was composed of two parts, namely; theoretical knowledge and skills. Trainees were provided with the philosophical and ideological basis of good governance, and the political and constitutional theory that underlie different systems of rule, with concentration on the democratic model, in order to deepen their theoretical understanding of civic education, democracy, and human rights as well as exploration of the basis of good governance and rule of law basis and requisites of citizenship in depth.

The training focused on international references of good governance, and shed light on the historical development of human rights and democracy education, with emphasis on the local and regional situation. The training also emphasized theories that explain the effects and problems of corruption in development, ranging from benign to detrimental, focusing on public policies and public policy makers.

In the training, participants also discussed the participatory approach with in-depth discussion on references that relate good governance to education and techniques on how to address and understand good governance and the rule of law in the Palestinian context.

The training introduced action learning methodology which consists of four key stages including identifying a problem in the community, studying public policies related to the problem including alternative solutions and policies, suggesting an alternative solution and putting forth a work plan.

The trainees will become the core group of trainers at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education for future training of civic education teachers in Palestine. In this project they will support trained teachers guiding students implementing projects in their communities. The supervisors will eventually evaluate the student projects completed.