פרופ' יזהר אופלטקה
Prof. Izhar Oplatka is a professor of Educational Administration and Leadership at The School of Education, Tel Aviv University, Israel and the head of the dept. of Educational Policy and Administration. Prof. Oplatka’s research focuses on the lives and career of school teachers and principals, educational marketing, emotions and educational administration, and the foundations of educational administration as a field of study. His most recent books include Higher Education Consumer Choice (2015, with Jane Hemsley-Brown, Palgrave), The legacy of educational administration: A historical analysis of an academic field (2010, Peter Lang Publishing); The essentials of educational administration (2015, Pardes Publisher, in Hebrew); Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Schools (2015, Routledge, with Anit Somech). Prof. Oplatka’s publications have appeared in varied international journals including Educational Administration Quarterly, Journal of Educational Administration, Educational Management Administration & Leadership, Comparative Education Review, Teacher College Record, Canadian Journal of Education Administration and Policy, International Journal of Leadership in Education, Journal of Education Policy, School Leadership & Management, Urban Education, International Journal of Educational Management, and so forth. email@example.com
פרופ' אדם ניר
Prof. Adam Nir is Associate Professor of Educational Administration Policy and Leadership and the Abraham Shiffman Chair in Secondary Education at The Seymour Fox School of Education, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel. He is the former Chair of the Department of Education at the Hebrew University and the past President of the International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP). Dr. Nir's scholarship focuses on school autonomy decentralization and School-Based Management, educational planning, leadership and human resource management in public education. He is the editor of Centralization and school empowerment: From rhetoric to practice. Nova Science Publishers, New York (2009); The educational superintendent: Between trust and regulation: An international perspective. Nova Science Publishers, New York (2014) and the author of Educational accountability: Between consolidation and dissolution. Jerusalem/Tel-Aviv: Van Leer and Ha'kibutz Ha'meuchad (2014). firstname.lastname@example.org
פרופ' יוסף גלנץ
Prof. Jeffrey Glanz served as Professor of Jewish Education at the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration, Yeshiva University, in New York before he moved to Israel in 2013. Since, he is serving as Head of the Master’s Program in Educational Administration at Michlalah-Jerusalem College. Professor Glanz held the Silverstein Chair of Professional Values and Ethics, at Yeshiva University prior to his aliyah. He is the author, co-author, editor, and co-editor of over twenty (20) book on various educational topics. His web page with further information can be found at www.jeffreyglanz.com
ד"ר תמי יחיאלי
Dr. Tami Yechieli earned her Ph.d in Science education from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Dr. Yechieli served as a science teacher and as a science teachers' educator for 30 years. She established the graduate school of Michlalah-Jerusalem College at 2009 and has served as its head since. Her areas of interest are meaningful learning and meaningful teaching of scientific concepts and science teachers education. TAMY1@ZAHAV.NET.IL
ד"ר חיים שקד
Dr. Haim Shaked is Vice President for Academic Affairs and Head of the Department of Education, Hemdat Hadarom College of Education, Netivot, Israel.
He also lectures at Bar-Ilan University and at the Michlalah-Jerusalem College of Education. As a scholar-practitioner with seventeen years of experience as school principal, his research interests include instructional leadership, system thinking in school leadership, and education reform.
His book (co-author Chen Schechter) "Systems Thinking for School Leaders: Holistic Leadership for Excellence in Education" was published recently by Springer Press. Haim.Shaked@hemdat.ac.il
ד"ר פסקל בן עוליאל
Dr. Pascale Benoliel, is a lecturer, faculty member in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, School of Education, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
She also lectures at the Michlalah-Jerusalem College.
Dr Benoliel received her Bsc degree in Education Biology-Science and Technology (2002), at the Technion, the Israel Institute for Technology. She received her M.A and her Ph.D. degree (2012) in the Educational Leadership and Management Department at the University of Haifa.
Her research areas include school leadership, teamwork, team leadership, cross-cultural analysis, comparative research, and quantitative research methods. She has published articles in a range of highly ranked scholarly journals in the fields of Psychology and Management, as well as an in the field of Education. email@example.com
ד"ר שמואל שנהב
Dr. Shenhav serves as the Co. Head of the Graduate program at Michlalah-Jerusalem College and as a lecturer at the Educational Management graduate program.
He heads the principal preparation program on behalf of Avnei Rosha and the Ministry of Education.
He also serves as the coordinator of training and education of school principals under the Administration of Religious Education.
He served as a secondary school principal (grades 7-12) for 17 years.
Dr. Shenhav's research interests and areas of specialization include leadership identity, educational evaluation, research mentor in the field of action research (qualitative research) of as well as haggadic midrashim.
ד"ר ענת בארט
Dr. Anat Barth, is a lecturer and a member of the research and ethics committee at the Michlalah-Jerusalem College.
Dr. Barth main field of research is the ultra-Orthodox community in Israel. Her research focusses on education in the ultra-Orthodox community research done in the Israeli Democratic Institute, and ultra-Orthodox out of poverty program research done in the JDC.
Her edited book Studies on supervision in the ultra-Orthodox district of the ministry of education: Among Haredi authorities, schools ownerships and the public sphere was just published by the Jerusalem Institute for Policy research.