PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Nitsa Movshovitz-Hada
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No of theses 14
Department Education in Science and Technology
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Wertheim Irith 1998 PhD A Morphological Approach to the Study of Geometry, as a Way to Improve Spatial Ability
Amit Batya 2011 PhD Abstracts Interweaving Contemporary Mathematics in High-School Teaching
Edri Yael 2010 PhD Abstracts Integrating Values Education with Mathematics Education in the High School Level
Contini-Benjamin Hava 2005 PhD Abstracts Bridging School Science with Museum Science: Learning about Energy
Malek Aliza 2003 PhD Abstracts “Transparent P-Proofs” as a Didactic Tool in Mathematics
Reiz Ruth 2000 PhD The Impact of Telecommunication on the Community of Mathematics Teachers
Latner Lea 2000 PhD High School Graduates’ Thinking Processes while Performing Mathematical Tasks which Require Spatial Ability
Orgad David Hamutal 1997 PhD Reading Comprehension of Mathematical Proofs
Winicki Greisy 1997 PhD Beauty in Mathematics: Its Essence, Perception and Enculturation
Kuperman Alexander 1996 PhD Misconceptions and the Main Sources of Obstacles Connected with Linear Transformations
Shama Gilli 1995 PhD The Concept of Periodicity
Vaisman-Alul Shulamit 1994 MSc Effects of Paradox Resolution Activity on Concept Formation
Tzur Ron 1992 MSc Assessing Mathematics Learning of Non College-Bound Students
Shriki Atara 1990 MSc “”Five:Five” a Program to Promote the Participation of Girls