Dr. Gabriel Ben Ami
Dr. Gabriel Ben-Ami holds a Ph.D degree in Education from Anglia Ruskin University and MA and BA in English from Ben-Gurion University. He teaches English for Academic Purposes at all levels, from pre-basic to advanced B. He is a professional in remedial English (Nitzan) for all levels. His field of interest include education policy, linguistics and remedial English
2003- 2007 Ph.D. Education, Anglia Ruskin University, Essex, Chelmsford and Cambridge.UK.. Dissertation title: Secular Parents' Choice of Ultra-Orthodox Day- Care. Supervisors: Prof. Jeffrey Dorman, Dr. Gillian Anderson, Dr. Heather Meacock
1998- 2002 M.A. Public Policy and Management. Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel.
1991-1995 B.A. (Suma Cum Laude). English Literature and Linguistics. Ben-Gurion University. Beer Sheva, Israel..
1995-1996 Teaching Certificate. Faculty of Education. Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel..
2016- 2017 Remedial Teaching Certificate. Nitzan. Tel-Aviv, Israel..
Ben-Ami, G. (2009) Secular Parents' Choice of Ultra-Orthodox Day-Care: a Grounded Theory Study of Parental Decision Making. UK: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Publishing House.
Ben-Ami, G. (2011) Religious and Faith-Related Factors in Selecting an Ultra-Orthodox Day-Care by Secular Parents. Articles. Vol. 2, no. 1. May 2011.
Ben-Ami, G. Food is Not Everything: a Parental Decision Making Case Study. [Electronic version]. Kivunim: Mofet Institute Retrieved 13 Nov. 2014 from: http://kivunim.macam.ac.il/inner.aspx?menu=2&innerPage=articleHome&id=20
Ben-Ami, G. Coles' Interactive Theory and the Responsibility for Learning Deficiencies. [electronic version]. Masa: Mofet Institute. Retrieved 13 Nov. 2014 from: http://portal.macam.ac.il/ArticlePage.aspx?id=2033
Ben-Ami, G. A Slightly Different Look at parental choice and equality in education. Kan: a Magazine for Art and Creativity. July 2010.
Since 2011 B.Sc. Program. English for Academic Purposes courses ( Pre-Basic, Basic, Advanced A, Advanced B P). SCE - SCE- Sami Shamoon College for Engineering, Ashdod, Israel.