Co-creation of Knowledge in Technology-Enhanced Communities of Learning

Einat Gil

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    Dr. Einat Gil

    Einat is the Head of Pedagogical Innovation Spaces project, a lecturer and a researcher at Kibbutzim College of Education. Formerly the Head of Teaching Innovation within the Center for Innovation and Excellence in Teaching at Levinsky College of Education. She led the establishment of Future Learning Spaces and its intgration into the college teaching culture. A founder of the Simulations center and its director at the pilot stage.

    Previous to that she was a post-doctorate fellow in the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences and the Department of Statistical Sciences in The University of Toronto. She lead a research in collaboration with Jim Slotta (OISE/UT) and Alison Gibbs (USTATS) focusing on high school students learning about Big Data and the design of an interactive inter-disciplinary learning environment in a smart orchestrated space.

    Her Ph.D. in Mathematics Education (advised by Prof. Dani Ben-Zvi) studied long-term impact of learning on the statistical reasoning of students, in an inquiry-based technology-enhanced learning environment. Einat is a graduate of the Technologies in Education program at the University of Haifa (summa cum laude). She has expertise and extensive experience in designing technology-enhanced learning environments that promote inquiry. Dr. Gil has written three books for ORT Moshinski Research and Development Center and developed several programs in the Faculty of Education at the University of Haifa. Additionally, she has taught courses and seminars for teachers/ICT coordinators and supervised educational initiatives within the Continuing Education department.

    After three years in Toronto Einat returned to Israel for an academic and management positions. She collaborated with two LINKS research groups – with Prof. Dani Ben-Zvi (Cool Connections) and with Prof. Yael Kali – the design of a future learning spaces.