PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Miriam Barak
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No of theses 12
Department Education in Science and Technology
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Asakle Shadi 2019 PhD Abstracts The SOCIAL Model: Promoting Scientific Thinking and Motivation to Learn Science among Druze Students in Middle School
Morad Sigal 2019 PhD Abstracts Perceptions and Characteristics of Innovative Thinking Among Pre-Service Teachers in the Scientific and Humanistic Fields
Watted Abeer 2017 PhD Abstracts Project-Based MOOC in Nanotechnology and Nanosensors: Examining Motivation to Learn and Knowledge
Green Gizell 2017 PhD Abstracts A Model for Social Constructivist Online Education in Ethics of Research for Science and Engineering Graduate Students
Levenberg Ariella 2016 PhD Abstracts Flexible Thinking in Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments: From Theory to Practice
Hussein-Farraj Rania 2013 PhD Abstracts Distance Education: Science and Engineering Students' Learning Outcomes
Weisman Anat 2016 MSc Abstracts Location-Based Learninhg as a Mean for Expressing Creativity among Preservice Science Teachers
Jiris Tamar 2011 MSc Abstracts Integrating Animated Movies into Science Education in Elementary Schools and their Effect on Students' Learning Outcomes
Hussein-Farraj Rania 2009 MSc Abstracts Computerized Molecular Modeling as Means for Enhancing Students' Understanding of Protein Structures and Function
Kogan Arthur 2008 MSc Abstracts Students in the Information Age: Their Perceptions about the Use of Advanced Technologies in Teaching and Learning
Shalata Rudaina 2008 MSc Abstracts The Transition from a Teacher to a Mentor: Science and Technology Teachers' Perceptions about the Role of Mentors in the Arabic Sector
Kozyrev Sergey 2008 MSc Abstracts Developing and Assessing a Methodology for Web-Based Virtual Expeditions