University of Education Ludwigsburg, Germany
The University of Education was founded in 1962 and moved to Ludwigsburg in 1966. With its approximately 6,000 students and over 450 members of staff, it is the largest of the six Universities of Education in Baden-Wuerttemberg. These Universities of Education offer doctoral and post-doctoral degrees and are therefore on a par with full universities. They concentrate on educational science issues both in research and teaching.
Ludwigsburg University of Education (LUE) is a modern center of competency for educational sciences in four closely related disciplines: school education, extra-curricular children’s and youth education, adult/further education and education in cultural and social areas.
Charles Darwin University, Australia
Charles Darwin University (CDU) is based in the capital city of Darwin at the heart of Australia’s tropical north and was founded in 1989. As one of the first universities in Australia to offer its courses online the 24,000 students can decide to study in Darwin or online.
The College of Education provides a range of courses from academic foundations and initial teacher education, right through to postgraduate courses. CDU teacher education courses prepare students to be creative, responsive and ethical professional educators in a complex, diverse world.
Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts
Tel Aviv, Israel
Founded in 1939, Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts is an initiative of Israel’s collective kibbutz movement to establish a training seminar for school and pre-school teachers. Its educational approach is based on teaching as an ensemble encompassing the school, the community and the natural world.
Today it is Israel’s largest academic college, with over 6,000 students each year in a variety of innovative study programs in the field of education. One out of every four educators in Israel is a Kibbutzim College graduate.
The college offers a wide range of degrees and specializations for B.Ed and M.Ed degrees, as well as retraining of academics for teaching, and a selection of other training programs and continuing education courses.
Dr. Tina Waldman
Department of English
Dr. Beverley Topaz
Department of English