Sunday, November 7, 2021

 Major Israeli Universities to give the best education for students

Major Israeli Universities to give the best education for students

 

                  

Major Israeli Universities to give the best education for students
  Major Israeli Universities to give the best education for students
  


 

·         Hebrew University of Jerusalem built-in 1925, the creation of disciplines, including almost all academic fields from art history to zoology, and also owns the National Library of Israel. Since its inception, scientists at the Hebrew University have shown their talents in every stage of the national development of Israel. The Jewish Research Department of the school is already a leader in this field in the world.

 

The Weizmann Institute of Science was built in Rehovot in 1934. Its predecessor was the Siever Institute, which was expanded in 1949 and named after Dr, Haim Weizman, the first Israeli president, and famous chemist. Today, it has become a recognized research center for university graduates to further study in the fields of physics, chemistry, mathematics, and life sciences. The researchers of the institute participated in research projects aimed at accelerating the development of Israeli industry and establishing new science-based enterprises. The institute has a science teaching department, which is responsible for compiling teaching materials for colleges and universities.

 

Baylan University was built in Ramat Gan in 1955. It embodies unique, comprehensive teaching, that is, in many disciplines, especially in the social sciences, the intensive courses on Jewish heritage are combined with general education. Bayran University combines tradition with modern technology and has an Institute of medical chemistry, mathematics, economics, strategic research, developmental psychology, musicology, "Bible", "Tade", Jewish law.

 

Tel Aviv University was built in 1956. The university was established based on the merger of three existing higher education institutions, to satisfy the need to establish a university in Tel Aviv, the most densely populated area of ​​the State of Israel. At present, it has become the largest university in Israel, with multiple disciplines, and attaches great importance to the research of basic and applied sciences. The university also has a dedicated research institute, mainly engaged in strategic research, health care system management, technology forecasting, and energy research.

 

Haifa University was established in 1963 as the center of higher education in northern Israel. It provides opportunities for people to conduct interdisciplinary research. The university's interdepartmental centers, research institutes, and overall architectural plans are all established to facilitate interdisciplinary research. Haifa University has also established an institution to study socio-economic entities such as the kibbutz (collective farms). Also, there is a center dedicated to promoting understanding and cooperation between Israeli Jews and Arabs.

 

The Negev Ben-Gurion University was built in Beersheba in 1967. The purpose of the establishment is to serve the residents of southern Israel and promote social and scientific development in desert areas. The school has made significant contributions to scientific research in arid regions, and the school's medical school pioneered the community-oriented medical and health undertakings nationwide. The university's branch campus at the Said Boko Collective Farm has a research center dedicated to the history and political conditions of the life and era of the first Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.

 

The Open University was established in 1974. The university emulates the British model. It provides unique non-traditional higher education opportunities for those who want to study for a bachelor's degree. The method is flexible. Homework, regular tutoring, and final exams are supplemented.

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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Why is Israeli education excellent?

Why is Israeli education excellent?

For a long time, many parents in Taiwan require their children to learn a lot of talents, especially English, math, and physics, so as not to lose at the starting point. Education in Israel is just the opposite. Although it started late, the subsequent explosive power was completely over.

In the past two decades, I have often seen Taiwanese students at all levels win the International Olympia Math Competition or the International Invention Award. Some national university professors often boast of publishing many "excellent papers." "However, for more than 70 years, the country has been unable to cultivate Nobel Prize talents alone, nor has it seen that these winners can start-up and develop large-scale enterprises. On the contrary, Israel is the opposite.

 

Education in Israel

 


Education in Israel
Education in Israel

In the OECD's assessment of school children's learning ability, Israel lags far behind Taiwan. The latest survey shows that Israel's mathematics ranking is only 41 (Taiwan's fourth place), Israel's scientific ranking is only 41 (Taiwan's 13th), and Israel's reading ranking is 34 (Taiwan's seventh), not as good as Taiwan. However, facts speak louder than words. Israel is a new start-up country, with an average of 1,800 start-ups per capita. The number of engineers per capita is the largest globally, and the number of patent applications is also the largest in the world. In the past 20 years, 10 Nobel Prizes winners were born. It can be seen that the hour is gone and never returns, the big is not necessarily good; the hour is one hour, the big is not necessarily bad.

Someone once said that there are no Israelis in any experiments conducted by top American universities, such as Harvard University or MIT; there are no Israelis in the office in the Silicon Valley high-tech park. What kind of education or environment can enable Israel to cultivate so many Nobel Prize winners, top scholars, innovative entrepreneurs, and military strength? The reason is the excellent education in Israel. From kindergarten or elementary school, Israel has allowed children to grow up in an open and free environment, cultivated the ability to think and judge independently and have the courage to debate and challenge the truth. It mainly uses problem-based learning and uses field problems to stimulate students to find solutions. For example, if the desert is short of water, how to find water? They believe that the purpose of education is to allow children to engage in meaningful learning, explore themselves independently, and provide solutions to problems encountered in real life, rather than participating in international competitions and fighting for vanity. Before graduating from high school, they developed this learning habit, which can be used in military service, so their defense force can be invincible and become unstoppable. 


Israel Education encourages students to find their answers and develop their ability to think independently.

 

israeli education encourages students to find their own answers and develop their ability to think independently.
israeli education encourages students to find their own answers and develop their ability to think independently.


The compulsory education age in Israel ranges from 5 to 18 years old. After the age of 18, men and women served as soldiers. No one complained. Rather, it is considered an honor, a soldier. It is more important than going to college. On the streets or beaches of Israel, you can see young men and women carrying rifles at any time, a bit like cowboys in the pioneering period of the American West, with pistols hanging on their waists. However, no one has used the rifle without authorization. Female Israeli soldiers served for two years and joined the fighting force for three years. They don't care about the salary; they only care about contributing to the country. Everyone is the heroine of a hero.

The key lies in their spiritual education, such as the Israeli national anthem "Hope": "As long as the heart is deep, the Jews still have desires, looking at the eyes of the East, looking at Mount Zion. We have not lost two thousand years of hope: to make a free country; it stands on Mount Zion and Jerusalem. "The referendum decided that their national anthem does not have any party or party national thinking, so everyone likes to sing and is proud of it, especially when it comes to national celebrations and international competitions. When soldiers defend the country, they will sing the national anthem to express gratitude, encouragement, or condolences. This is often touching because they experienced the pain of the Nazi Holocaust in World War II, which made them cherish the country's existence and honor.

In contrast, our national anthem is the Kuomintang national anthem, which is puzzling. Li Mingjing, a professor in the Department of Sociology at National Taiwan University, sent a questionnaire to students in his "Sociology of Music" course, asking them: "What song do they want to permanently disappear from the earth." "Mature point" Li Mingzong believes that both songs are both propaganda songs full of political authority, so they are generally not liked by young people. They should be related to the students' gradual reflection on military martial law history and the desire for judicial reform in recent years.

 

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