Educator in formal and informal educatioal settings. Researcher and writer on multicultural education. Facilitator in cross cultural contact. CBT psychotherapist.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Integrative-Operational Model: An Eclectic Approach For Diversity Training
Khansaa Diab,

This article describes how a new diversity model has been successful in lowering stereotypes among students from different religions, nationalities, gender and political affiliations.

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The Usage of Qualitative Research Methods as Means to Empower Disadvantaged Groups: The Example of the Kedma School in Jerusalem

The article focuses on the potential of research as means of social change, utilizing the Kedma School in Jerusalem as an example.

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The Psychosocial Approach: A Case Study in School Intervention and in Teacher Training

The study analyses an innovative psychosocial approach in two different settings. The approach seems to be effective in helping staff members and student-teachers work effectively with at-risk students.

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Educators As Social Entrepreneurs: A Different Approach to Teacher Training

In this article we describe how teaching the field of Social Entrepreneurship may provide much needed skills to future teachers.

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Dancing between Integration and Exclusion: Voices of Arab Teachers and Students at an Israeli Teachers College
Khansaa Diab,

This study explores the situation of Arab Staff members and students at an Israeli teacher training Institution

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Learning Through the Traditional Tale: An Holistic Approach to Work with Groups and Individuals in Therapy, Education, Empowerment and Dialogue

In this paper we present Shai Schwartz's approach to creating opportunities for learning and group dialogue for social change, bridging diversity through the use of traditional storytelling and role playing.

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Seeing the Child: An Assessment of a Psycho-social Teacher Training Approach

Assessment of an innovative teacher training program which aims to prepare future teachers to deal effectively with the emotional and educational needs of students in processes of risk and dropout.

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Dilemmas in School Counselling: The Case of Two Jerusalem Schools

In this paper we would like to elaborate on some of the dilemmas that school counselors encounter while working in two Jerusalem Multicultural Schools.

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Published online: October 20, 2015

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