Subject Area Teacher Program

Program Learning Outcomes

A-    Knowledge and Understanding: at the end of the program, graduates are expected to be able to:

1. evaluate the Palestinian education system, its philosophy policies, laws, regulations and curriculum.

2. critically analyze textbooks.

3. be aware of the developmental characteristics and background of students based on educational theories.

4. demonstrate up to date knowledge of appropriate  teaching / learning strategies, assessment tools and  classroom management.

5. explore the appropriate school life context that promotes active learning.

6. critically analyze the socio-psycho and educational problems, giving proper counseling and guidance based on appropriate principles and strategies.

7. show deep awareness of human rights, social justice, equality/equity and cultural diversity.

8. demonstrate high knowledge of criteria and principles of scientific research and inquires.

9. show deep understanding of the professional values and ethics of teaching profession in Palestine.

10.  be aware of adapting modern educational technology in teaching / learning settings.

B-     Skills: Student will be able to:

  1. design  and plan scientific research.
  2. implement the Palestinian education system, its philosophy and policies, laws and regulations.
  3. enrich the used  textbooks taking into consideration students’ aptitudes, needs, and interests in the light of education theories.
  4. use different and appropriate teaching learning strategies, assessment and classroom management techniques.
  5. utilize the available real life resources in his/her profession.
  6. use different counseling  and guidance approaches to help students resolving their problems.
  7. conduct qualitative and quantitative research with respect to scientific criteria and procedures. 

C-    Attitudes: Student will be able to:

  1. reflect on his/her own practices as a means for professional development.
  2. communicate well with others.
  3. engage in short and long term planning.
  4. work independently and in teams/groups.
  5. be committed to human rights values, democracy,  justice  and equality principles in his/her profession.
  6. adapt high-order-thinking skills.
  7. take advantage of modern technology as a means of professional development.
  8. provide equal learning opportunities for all students.
  9. adjust to new situations and cherish  changes and development.
  10. open and respectful of culture diversity.

Online Catalogs



Bethlehem University Foundation
Phone: +1-202-526-6097
Fax: +1-202-526-6096
Washington, DC USA
Bethlehem University in the Holy Land
Phone: +972-2-274-1241
Fax: +972-2-274-4440
Bethlehem, Palestine

Follow us

Subscribe to our eNewsletter   Follow us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter   View our YouTube channel   View our Flickr Photostream