Dr. Roxana Reichman
Co-Chair of conference
Dr. Roxana Reichman has graduated with a PhD from State University of New York at Buffalo. She is an expert in educational administration, comparative education, and gifted education, and has been working at Gordon Academic College for 25 years while also working for 10 years at Haifa University. She has published in the fields of teacher education, gifted education, higher education, new pedagogical methods, and assessment. As expert in curriculum development, she has presented in many conferences, including as keynote speaker. She took part in six international programs and has been vice coordinator of Tempus program DOIT, leading the curriculum assessment team of this program. Over the years, she has held different positions such as Head of a two years Gifted Program which she has developed for in service teachers, academic coordinator of undergraduate programs (BEd), Head of the Graduate program in Learning, Instruction and Mentoring (MEd) and Erasmus Coordinator for Faculty, Staff and Students exchange. At present, she is Senior Lecturer and Head of the MEd Department of Educational Administration and Organization (over 250 students and 35 faculty members) and Head of an 18 month program for retraining academics in becoming teachers (75 students and 30 faculty members).