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A Word from the Amal Multidisciplinary Group CEO
The Amal Multidisciplinary Group operates educational institutions across the country, influencing the diverse human mosaic of Israeli society. Affiliated with the new Histadrut (Israel's General Federation of Labour), it is an important platform for promoting the idea of a fair and equal society.
I have taken office with the vision of transforming the Amal Multidisciplinary Group into an inspiring role model based on proven educational and social achievements — an educational network that adapts itself in the best way possible to ongoing developments in the world, and in so doing paves new paths for the educational system in Israel.
We will work for a combination of excellence, innovation, and ground-breaking entrepreneurship, with an emphasis on solidarity, sensitivity, and social commitment.
Our mission is to give our students the tools and skills that will allow them to become leaders in the world of tomorrow, with the ability to learn independently and think creatively outside the box. This is alongside instilling values of giving to others, to the different and to the weak.
We will do this out of a great love for our students, with a willingness to help them whenever needed.
We will strive to reach high achievements in all areas. To this end, we will promote diverse learning strategies and an innovative physical learning environment; provide suitable educational opportunities to both outstanding and struggling students; promote the professional development of teachers and staff members; empower cooperative learning processes; promote collaboration between different groups in Israeli society; and strengthen dialogue and cooperation with parents.
Together, we will lead our schools to significant educational and social achievements, which will be a source of pride and satisfaction for us all.
CEO of the Amal Multidisciplinary Group
Amal Multidisciplinary Group
- The Amal Group was founded in 1928
- In 2007, it became a public-benefit corporation
- Dozens of junior high and high schools
- Expertise in sciences, arts, engineering, mathematics, and advanced technologies
- Technical and technical engineering colleges
- Seven centers of technological excellence
- Adult education colleges – Amal Achievement
- National distribution throughout all sectors of Israeli society
- 35,000 students and 3500 employees
Education for entrepreneurship as a worldview, in collaboration with community and Ethical backbone
- Organizational culture emphasizes innovation in learning, continuous development, and adoption of innovative teaching methods and groundbreaking ideas of teachers, students, pedagogical staff, and the network R&D team
- Teaching staff focuses on entrepreneurial thinking
- Teacher communities
- Innovation laboratory
- District groups of leaders in excellence; measurement and assessment according to targets that each school sets for itself
- Ongoing exploration of ethical questions and social dilemmas
- Emphasizing ethical excellence alongside high achievements
- Excellence as a way of life, for every student, teacher, and principal
- Dozens of schools, most are multidisciplinary and enable combined fields of study
- 12 colleges for technicians and technical engineers
- Technology education centers for Excellence
- 32,000 students
- Advanced fields – cyber, artificial intelligence (AI), computer programming, aeronautics, biotechnology, information and data, plastic art, film, music, and more…
- IDF cadet tracks: air force, navy, communications corps, and logistics corps
- R&D Center for pedagogical and technological development for Amal schools – for robotics coordinators, the Ministry of Education, and educational institutions in Israel and around the world
The Amal Multidisciplinary Group functions as an ecosystem, interacting and collaborating with many entities in Israel’s economy and society, with mutual benefit.
The Amal Multidisciplinary Group’s Innovation Centers are built on an innovative and revolutionary model in Israel, developed by Amal CEO Ravit Dom Eini. The Innovation Centers aim to train youth to lead innovation in the business and industrial world, and to give them pioneering tools for tomorrow’s world.
The connection between education and industry acts as a growth engine for young, creative leadership in Israeli society.
To date, Amal Group has established seven unique Innovation Centers in its schools:
Zefat, Hadera, Be’er Sheva, Amal High-Tech and Arts School-Tel Aviv, Amal Lady Davis-Tel Aviv, Petach Tikva, and the Gilboa Regional Council.
The Amal Innovation Centers offer:
- Workshops for learning and experiencing how to lead an initiative from concept to implementation
- Professional training and personal mentoring from top experts
- Meetings with CEOs and leading entrepreneurs in the fields of high tech and industry
- Connection with community
- Educational program equivalent to a “mini-MBA” for key life skills, funded by the Amal network and philanthropies
- Real-world experience and development of creative solutions for real-life challenges
- Employment for three years
- Support of mentors in high tech and industry
- Collaboration with national and global companies
- Shimon Peres National Innovation Competition and participation in international competitions
- Development of projects and initiatives by student teams through a process implemented in startups and the high-tech industry
The Amal Multidisciplinary Group’s Innovation Labs enable Amal’s leading teachers to develop pioneering learning models and concepts and implement them in our schools.
Through the Innovation Labs, Amal has significantly increased the number of innovative teachers who create and develop new methods.
At the Labs, Amal teachers have produced a toolbox of educational and technological tools for distance learning. The toolbox includes creative examples, suggestions from Amal’s R&D experts, and an organized database of materials distributed by the Israel Ministry of Education and other relevant educational entities in Israel and abroad.
Learning through Life is part of the worldview of Amal Multidisciplinary Group, encouraging students to take part in the living, breathing fabric of real life of environment and community, to contribute and to influence, to go beyond the school walls into the public space and break the boundaries of classroom and time.
To carry out Learning through Life, the student acquires skills of technological-digital literacy, identifying and assessing learning opportunities, independent learning, management and organization of learning, and the metacognitive ability of analyzing learning methods.
Because independent, flexible learning emphasizes development of 21st century skills, it also trains the learner for the challenges of future employment.
One of the ways that Amal assists teachers focusing on identifying and offering Learning through Life opportunities is to provide valuable learning practices and technologies, including through MOOC that Amal developed for public use – an online, independent learning course on learning practices for real life.
This practice, which also includes gaming – has been internationally recognized by UNESCO as one of the best mobile learning practices in the world, see map.
The entrepreneurial students at Amal Multidisciplinary Group are leaders in the global arena. In recent years, Amal students have participated in the SAGE global entrepreneurship competition for youth, proudly representing Amal and the State of Israel against dozens of teams from around the world. They have won top prizes and gold medals, and even won the world championship.
Collaboration with Global Educational Networks
- Collaboration with the European Union
- Won a prominent international prize for the Amal entrepreneurial model, together with industry and community
- Cooperation and student exchanges with educational networks in Denmark, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States
- Represented Israel at the BETT world educational conference in London
- Recognized internationally by UNESCO for best practice for mobile learning
- Joint projects with elite universities, including Harvard and MIT
- Opportunities for Amal students to participate on international teams of outstanding students working to solve global problems, through the New York Academy of Sciences’ Junior Academy program
We will be happy to assist you with any questions.
Hadassah Wortman Jonas,
International Relations & Scholarships
Tel' : + 972-3-6450865 , Cell : +972-54-9933865