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Tanzanian teachers: Prof. Kalafunja O’saki is standing on the left, Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman is in the center; Dr. Francis, who was a doctoral student at the time, is on the far right. Sitting on the left are Kalimba Magesa and Dr. Gabrieli, then a doctoral student

Helping rural Tanzanian chemistry teachers develop their own curricula

Peruvian teachers in the Blue Planet workshop
An educational module developed at the Weizmann Institute will be included in the Peruvian...
(l-r) Noa Brendel and Avital Sandler of the Aharon Katzir High School working to perfect their final project

High school students learn to invent by creating unworkable  models and reverse engineering them

Prof. Hasan Dweik of Al-Quds University (left), Dr. Ami Shalit, Director of the Feinberg Graduate School (left, upper row) and students from Al-Quds and Weizmann, participants in the Social Sciences and Humanitarian Affairs Master’s Program of the Sapienza University of Rome, at the Weizmann Institute of Science several years ago

Israeli and Arab scientists meet over chemistry

filmed math lesson

Filmed lessons help teachers learn from one another

 Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman

The Institute's Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman is among nine women featured in a unique exhibit in France

Feinberg Graduate School

Graduates of the program will continue to work with the Institute on new educational initiatives.

Baroness de Rothschild Visits the Weizmann Institute of Science
Baroness de Rothschild visited the Institute, where she met with science teachers participating in a...
New Program for Outstanding Science Teachers

New Program for Outstanding Science Teachers to Open at the Weizmann Institute


The Science Teaching Department
REHOVOT - September 1, 1997 - Question: What do you get when you take 25 children, subtract their textbooks, and add dice,...