Education

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1979). The perceptions of the map of Israel. Studies in Education, 22, 125-140.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1979). The principle considerations in preparation of geography textbooks on regional and systematic topics. Studies in Education, 22, 107-116.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1979). Perception of borders in a changing territory: The case of Israel. Journal of Geography, 78, 273-276. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1987). The aims and problems of geography teaching in Israel. In H. Haubrich (Ed.), International Trends in Geographical Education (pp. 171-180). Freiburg: International Geographical Union Commission on Geographical Education. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1987). A past field excursion experiment with elementary school pupils. In A. Levi (Ed.), Theory and Practice in Curriculum Planning (pp. 89-97). Jerusalem: Ministry of Education. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1991). The Good and the Bad, Hundred of Zionist Images in Geography. London: University of London. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1991). One hundred years of geography teaching in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 32, 17-29.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1992). Moledet and Geography in One Hundred Years of Zionist Education. Tel-Aviv: Am Oved.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1993). The popularization of geographical education in Israel. Frankfurter Beitrage Zur Didaktik der Geography, 12, 11-22. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1993). Geography teaching in Israel: A retrospective view. Journal of Geography, 92, 64-69. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1993). Boundaries as a topic in geographic education: The case of Israel. Political Geography, 12, 421-437. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1993). Steps toward an international standardization of geographical education. Horizons in Geography, 37-38, 61-89.  (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1994). The image of the "Palestinian" in geography textbooks in Israel. Journal of Geography, 93, 224-234. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1996). Ideological propaganda in maps and geographical education. In J. van der Schee and H. Trimp (Eds.), Innovation in Geographical Education (pp. 67-79). Hague: Netherlands Geographical Studies. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1997). Ideologische propaganda op Kaarten. Geografie Educatif, 6, 8-9. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1998). Values and ideology in the description of Jerusalem in geography schoolbooks: The Israeli case. International Research in Environmental Education, 8, 157-162. 

 

Brawer, M., Waterman, S., and Kliot, N. (1992). The development of research and teaching of political geography in Israel the last 70 years. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 59-71.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N., and Trop, T. (1996). Population, education, and labor force in Israel - Trends and forecasts, 1990-2020 (pp. 17-62). Haifa: Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Felsenstein, D. (1990). The role of catalytic funding in promoting university-industry collaboration in applied science. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israeli Studies.

 

Felsenstein, D. (1993). Reconsidering the 'seedbed' function of the university science park. Evanston, IL: Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University.

 

Felsenstein, D. (1994). University-related science parks: 'Seedbeds' or 'enclaves' of innovation? Technovation, 14(2), 93-110. 

 

Fenster, T. (1983). Analysis of present and future health and education trends in the West Bank. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1984). Population - Basic parameters, employment, education, level of living in Yucatan, Mexico: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Spanish)

 

Fleischer, A., and Tseiry, A. (1996). Integration of education: The place of community colleges in the Galilee. Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A., and Shilhav, Y. (1979). Spatial competition between school systems: The case of state-religious education in Israel. Geoforum, 10, 203-208. 

 

Gradstein, M., and Justman, M. (1995). Competitive investment in higher education: The need for policy coordination. Economic Letters, 47, 742-753. 

 

Gradus, Y., and Lazin, F. (1988). Priority conflicts in a new university: The case of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, The Policy Impact of Universities in Developing Regions (pp. 1-10). London: MacMillan Press. 

 

Gradus, Y., Lazin, F., and Aroni, S. (1991). Introduction to the special issue on the role of universities in developing areas, Higher Education Policy (pp. 9-11): Kogan Page Press. 

 

Grossman, D., and Kebb, K.E. (1967). Geography, 2000 Multiple-Choice Examination Questions with Answers. Totowa, New Jersey: Littlefield. 

 

Justman, M., and Thisse, J.F. (1997). Implications of the mobility of skilled labor for local public funding of higher education. Economics Letters, 55, 409-412. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1976). On the Geography of Israel: Suggested Complementary Material for Teaching Israel. Boston: Bureau of Jewish Education. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1997). Quality and excellence fostering at the University of Haifa: A process in the making, Human Resources, Vol. 10 (pp. 18-24).

 

Kipnis, B. (1965). The Geography in the Matriculation. Tel-Aviv: Av Eyal.  (Hebrew)

 

Lazin, F., Aroni, S., and Gradus, Y. (1986). Developing areas, universities and public policy: An introduction. Policy Studies, 14, 403-406. 

 

Lazin, F., Aroni, S., and Gradus, Y. (1988). The Policy Impact of Universities in Developing Regions. London: Macmillan Press. 

 

Mansfeld, Y. (1990). Leisure Studies. Holon: Ministry of Education and the Centre for Technological Education. (Hebrew)

 

Meir, A. (1981). Humanistic geography and education for human and environmental values. Geography Research Forum, 4, 55-60. 

 

Meir, A. (1981). On teaching history and philosophy of geography, Resources in Education: ERIC. 

 

Meir, A. (1982). Humanistic geography and education for human and environmental values. In A. Shachar (Ed.), Structures of Knowledge in Geography (pp. 14-21). Jerusalem: The Israeli Geographical Association.  (Hebrew)

 

Meir, A. (1982). The urgence of teaching history and philosophy of geography. The Professional Geographer, 34(1), 6-10. 

 

Meir, A. (1986). Pastoral nomads and the dialectics of development and modernization: Delivering public educational services to the Israeli Negev Bedouin. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 4, 85-95. 

 

Meir, A., and Barnea, D. (1987). The educational system of the Israeli Negev Bedouin. Nomadic Peoples, 24, 23-25. 

 

Noeman, H., and Soffer, A. (1979). The geography of Egypt. Curriculum worked according to the study center system. Studies in Education, 22, 106-120.  (Hebrew)

 

Portugali, J. (1985). Links between the Natural and Social Sciences - A Special Theme Issue, Geoforum, Vol. 12.

 

Portugali, J. (1985). Parallel currents in the natural and social sciences. Geoforum, 16(2), 227-238. 

 

Soffer, A. (1974). Geography texts in a dynamic world. Maalot, 6, 37-41.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1979). Reevaluation of the geographical curriculum. Studies in Education, 22, 97-106. 

 

Soffer, A. (1983). Asian geographic research and teaching in Israel. Bulletin of Asian Geography, 8(2), 2-3. 

 

Waterman, S. (1979). Innovations in geography and their diffusion through three levels of geographic education. Studies in Education, 22, 91-96. 

 

Waterman, S. (1979). The introductory course in human geography. Studies in Education, 22, 117-124. 

 

Waterman, S. (1980). Developments in geographic education in Israel. Geographical Viewpoint, 9, 60-66.