Quality, Mobility and Globalization in the Higher Education System: A Comparative Look at the Challenges of Academic Teaching


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Series: Health and Human Development
BISAC: EDU015000

This book deals with the challenges of academic teaching in higher education with regard to quality, mobility, and globalization. The articles reflect a unique interdisciplinary effort at collaboration, generated by colleagues and partners who joined together to form a community that aimed to chart the course of academic teaching. The book is divided into five parts:

•Part One: Academic teaching and learning
•Part Two: Academic teaching and learning in the humanities
•Part Three: Teaching and learning in engineering and architecture
•Part Four: New approaches and technologies in physics instruction: Inquiry-based education in a post-industrial society
•Part Five: Teaching and learning in the health sciences (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Section One: Academic Teaching and Learning

Chapter 1. Assessing Research and Teaching Performance in Israel’s Higher Education System
Nitza Davidovitch, Zilla Sinuany-Stern and Eran Druckman (Ariel University, Israel, and others)

Chapter 2. The Process of Change in Education
Baruch Offir (Bar Ilan University, Israel)

Chapter 3. Developing Competence in English Language Teaching Terminology: A Student-Centred Approach
Tetyana Yeremenko and Anastasiia Anatoliivna Yumrukuz (The Department of Germanic Philology and Methods of Foreign Language Teaching, South – Ukrainian Ushinsky National Pedagogical University, Odessa, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 4. Academic Integrity in Ukraine: Constituents and Structure
Anna Slobodianiuk (Director of Israeli Culture Centre, South-Ukrainian National Pedagogical University, named after K. D. Ushynsky, Odessa, Ukraine)

Chapter 5. Postgraduate Education in the Context of Global Civilization Changes
Viktor Oliynyk, Yevgeniya Chernyshova and Olena Otych, Prof. Viktor Oliynyk (Member of National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, Rector of SHEI “University of Educational Management; Kyiv, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 6. Three Strategies for Increasing the Interest of Mexican Students in Science
Abraham Salinas Castellanos, Karo Michaelian Pauw, Alexander Kazachkov, Alberto Sánchez López (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Unidad Habitacional San Juan de Aragón, Del. Gustavo A. Madero, México, and others)

Section Two: Academic Teaching and Learning in the Humanities

Chapter 7. Pedagogic Processing as a Means of Forming the Professional Mobility of Future Teachers of Musical Arts
Alla Rastrygina and Oksana Yanenko (Professor, Doctor of Pedagogics, Head of the Department of Vocal-Choral Studies and Methods of Musical Education at Kirovograd State Pedagogical Volodymyr Vynnychenko University, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 8. Theoretical and Methodological Principles of the Music Teacher’s Training in Creative and Performing Skills
Tetiana Borysivna Stratan-Artyshkova, Olena Borysivna Horbenko (Kirovohrad State Pedagogical University, Ukraine)

Chapter 9. The Role of Music in the Global University of the 21st Century: Prophecy for the End of Days
Max Stern (Ariel University, Israel)

Chapter 10. Active Learning Skills: Academic Guidance and Frontal Teaching in Teacher Training
Michal Dell (Shaanan and Orot teachers’ colleges, Israel)

Chapter 11. Congeniality in the Hermeneutical Sense of Art Education
Olga Oleksyuk (Pedagogical Sciences at the University of Boris Grinchenko, Ukraine)

Section Three: Teaching and Learning in Engineering and Architecture

Chapter 12. Detecting Significant Deviations from Normal Behavior in the Context of an Early Warning System: Approaches to Teaching and Research
Boris Resnik (University of Applied Sciences, Department of Civil Engineering and Geoinformation (FB III). Berlin, Germany)

Chapter 13. Structural Systems of Seismic Resistant Buildings in the Odessa Region of the Ukraine
Vitaliy Stepanovich Dorofeev, Oleksiy Murashko and V.K. Iegupov (Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Ukraine)

Chapter 14. Revised and Expanded Reissues of Textbooks as an Optimal Means of Ensuring Correspondence with the Latest Achievements of Science and Technology
Iakov Iskhakov (Full professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Ariel University, Israel)

Chapter 15. Framework to Study the Multi-Disciplinary Profiles of Engineering and Architectural Design Students
Hernan Casakin and Vishal Singh (School of Architecture, Ariel University, Israel, and others)

Chapter 16. The Tasks of Polyethnic Education
Ludmila Redkina and Alexandra Gerkerova, Ludmila Redkina (Academy of the Humanities and Pedagogics (branch) of V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University in Yalta, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 17. Teaching Life-Cycle Thinking and Statistical Analysis for Structural Engineers
Oleg Verbitsky (Department of Civil Engineering, Ariel University, Israel)

Chapter 18. Application of Information Technology in Teaching Structural Mechanics
Victor A Bazhenov, Oleg V Shishov and Yurii V Vorona (Department of Structural Mechanics in Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, Kyiv, Ukraine)

Section Four: New Approaches and Technologies in Physics Instruction: Inquiry-based Education in Post-industrial Society

Chapter 19. Modeling Components of Information Educational Environment of High School for the Implementation of Diagnostic Readiness of Students to Professional Pedagogical Activity
Slepukhin Alexander Vladimipovich, Semenova Irina Nikolaevna (Ural State Pedagogical University, Russia)

Chapter 20. Contextual Learning: It’s Application in the Training of Future Teachers
Marina Yur’evna Mamontova (Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair of Informational and Communicational Technologies in Educational; Ural State Pedagogical University, Yekaterinburg, Russia)

Chapter 21. Single-Board Computer Raspberry Pi in Education
Boris E Starichenko (Candidate of Pedagogy, Associate Professor of the Chair of Informational and Communicational Technologies in Educational; Ural State Pedagogical University, Yekaterinburg, Russia)

Section Five: Teaching and Learning in the Health Sciences

Chapter 22. Training the Trainers in Medical Education
Netta Notzer (Head Unit of Medical Education (retired), Consulting the scientific council of the Israeli Medical Association (on evaluation and Boards’ examination), Israel)

Chapter 23. Attitudes of Students and Teaching Staff Regarding the Integration of High Functioning Autistic Students in the Higher Education System in Israel
Elena Ponomareva, Nitza Davidovitch and Yair Shapira (Ariel University, Israel)

Chapter 24. A Comparison of Creativity of Students in Anthroposophical and Public Schools in Israel
Nofar Almagor, Tom Akian and Nitza Davidovitch (Ariel university, Israel)

Chapter 25. Cross-Cultural Research the Preferable Strategies in Students Conflict
Batkhina Anastasia, Nitza Davidovitch (Master of Science in Psychology, Psychologist in Scientific and research Department on psychology training and consulting of Center of emergency psychological aid of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, and Ariel University, Israel)

Chapter 26. The Influence of Boarding Schools on the Change on Values and Emotional Intelligence of High School Students: A Case Study
Havatzelet Lerner and Elisha Rosenzweig (Ariel University, Israel)

Chapter 27. Demand and Supply of Humanities in Israeli Academic Institutions: Between Academic Policy and Market Forces
Shullamit Buhadana, Shani Hengel and Nitza Davidovitch (Ariel University, Israel)

Chapter 28. The Role of the University During a Period of Stress and Political Upheaval
Zehavit Gross (School of Education, Bar- Ilan University, Israel)

Section Six: Acknowledgments

About the Editors

About the Book Series “Health and human development”

Section Seven: Index


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