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Linor Hadar, Prof.

Academic Positions

  • Head M.Teach for Primary Education
  • Head Academic Council, Faculty of Education

Research Interests

​My research focuses on the study of curriculum and pedagogy. Including alternative pedagogies; communal learning; students’, teachers’ and teacher educators’ experience in various pedagogies; curriculum and teaching; and professional learning of teachers and higher education faculty implementing pedagogic innovation. One specific interest within the study of pedagogy is 'thinking education'. My research in this area focuses on how thinking education is implemented in curriculum and teaching. I am working with pre-service and in-service teachers on the implementation of thinking education. I also focus on the challenges involved in scaling up pedagogical innovation within schools and the education system at large.

Courses

  • ​Thinking and creating learning
  • Infusing thinking into teaching
  • Advanced statistics
  • Curriculum analysis: thinking education perspective
  • Evaluation and measurement in education
  • Teaching for understanding
  • Thinking Education in Primary Schools

Publications

  • Hadar, L. L. & Brody, D, L. (2017). Teacher Educators’ Professional Learning in Communities. Oxford, UK: Routlege.
  • Hadar, L.L., & Brody, D. L.  (2016). Talk about student learning: Promoting professional growth among teacher educators. Teaching and Teacher Education. 59 (2), 101-114.
  • Oolbekkink-Marchand, H., Hadar, L. L., Smith, K., Helleve, I. & Ulvik, M. (2017). Teachers’ perceived professional space and their agency.  Teaching and Teacher Education, 62 (1) 37-46.
  • Hadar, L. L., Hotam, Y. Kizel, A. (2017). No school is an Island: Negotiation between alternative education ideals and mainstream education- the case of Violin school. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 26(1), 69-85.
  • Hadar, L. L. (2017). Opportunities to learn: mathematics textbooks and students’ achievements. Studies in Educational Evaluation. 55, 153-166.
  • Brody, D. L., & Hadar, L. L. (2018). Critical moments in the process of educational change: Understanding the dynamics of change among teacher educators. European Journal of Teacher education. 41(1), 50-65.
  • Hadar, L. L. & Brody, D. (2018). Individual growth and institutional advancement: The in-house model for teacher educators’ professional learning. Teaching and Teacher education. 75, 105-115.
  • Hadar, L. L. & Lefcourt Ruby, T. (2019). Cognitive opportunities in textbooks:  The cases of grade four and eight textbooks in Israel. Mathematical thinking and learning, 21(1), 54-77. DOI:10.1080/10986065.2019.1564968
    IF (2017)=1.393, IF5=0.892; R=161/1262 (Q1): Education;
  • Hadar,L.L. & Tirosh, M#. (2019). Creative Thinking in Mathematics Curriculum: An Analytic Framework. Thinking Skills and Creativity. 33, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tsc.2019.100585

 
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