Master students

posted Nov 3, 2015, 2:04 AM by Gil Glick Shimony   [ updated Jun 20, 2016, 4:37 AM by Tal Erez ]

Yamit Harush: Word learning in good and poor comprehenders (2009)

Moran Sharet: The role of prosody for dyslexics and controls (2011)

Revital Hanoi: The effect of attention on word learning from text (2011)


Shirley Rapoport                            


I hold a B.A. in psychology and cognitive sciences from the Hebrew University and M.A. in evaluation and remediation of learning disabilities from Haifa University. I am a certified ADHD life-coach and practice diagnosis of specific learning disorders and remedial teaching.

Thesis Title:

Teachers’ beliefs and practices regarding the role of executive functions in reading and arithmetic.

 

shirley.nim@gmail.com


Goni Viterbo


I have a B.A. in Psychology, Human Resources and Communications from Ben Gurion University, and M.A. (with distinction) in Learning Disabilities evaluation and remediation from Haifa University. In my thesis I have focused on the effects of local versus global oriented priming on reading processes. My Thesis supervisors were Dr. Liat Goldfarb and Prof. Tami Katzir. Recently, I have worked as a professional manager of a children learning disabilities clinic. Today I work in learning disabilities diagnostic and remediation centers. In addition, I am currently preparing our article thesis for publication.

 

Thesis title:

The Effects of Local versus Global Priming on Reading Processes.

 

gonivi@gmail.com


Bluma Segal






I have a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology-Anthropology from Bar Ilan University, and M.A in Learning Disability evaluation and remediation from Haifa University.In my M.Athesis I focused on Demographic Aspects and Literacy in Ethiopian Families and their Influence on Written Language Development of their Children in First and Second Grade.

Since 2009 I am working as a lecturer in Beit Berl College, in the Special Education Program and Continuing Education for Teachers as well as a coordinator of practical training in learning disability diagnostics for MA students.



Thesis title: 
Engagement of Mothers and their Children in reading: the associations between socio-economic backgrounds, reading engagement and effects on Reading Comprehension.


Thesis Presentations: 

Segal, B., Shany, M., & Share, D. (2005).Demographic Aspects and Literacy in Ethiopian Families and their Influence on Written Language Development of their Children in First and Second Grade. Presentation at the summer conference of The Israel Association for Literacy and Language. 



segalcb@gmail.com