“Here’s a Little Something for you…”: The Attitude of Professional Instructors and their Students to Gifts in a Teacher Training Framework

By Diana Daaboul and Khansaa Diab.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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This study aims to shed light on the attitudes of the meaning and importance of gifts for the instructors and their students in teacher training framework, as part of the considerations and interactions of pedagogic guidance that fall between teaching and treatment.
The study focuses on students and pedagogic guides in the Department of Special Education for the Arab Sector at the David Yellin College of Education in Jerusalem. The findings show that students internalized the meaning of a gift and agreed to give the guide a symbolic gift in their name at the end of the year as an expression of their recognition, appreciation, fondness and as a souvenir on concluding the instruction.
The discussion refers to many questions regarding the essence of the gift in the framework of teacher training and guidance in particular, and in any instruction, counseling or guidance frameworks in the educational/social domains.

Keywords: Pedagogic Guides, Gift, Teacher Training

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 7, pp.85-96. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 596.471KB).

Diana Daaboul

Head of the, Special Education Track in the Arabic Society, Management, The David Yellin College of Education, Jerusalem, Israel

Dr. Khansaa Diab

Lecturer, Researcher, Management, The David Yellin College of Education, JERUSALEM, Israel

Lecturer and Research in Education and multicultural Education. Facilitator in cross cultural settings.


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