single faculty member

  • Dr.

    Yael Grinshtain
  • Lecturer

  • Education - B.A., Education M.A.
  • 052-3653532
  • yaelgr@openu.ac.il
    • Educational administration
    • Educational leadership
    • Parent-teacher relations
    • gender and the teaching profession
  • Academic Skills (undergraduate program)

    School and its Environment in an Era of Changes and Reforms (undergraduate program)

    Management and Leadership – Theory and Practice (undergraduate program)

    Education and Society in Israel (undergraduate program)

    Gender and Education (graduate program)

    Qualitative Methods (graduate program)

  • M.A.: Responsibility and Accountability: how female elementary-school principals at different levels of school-based-management perceive their spheres of authority and responsibility, their affinity to an accountability system, and their coping patterns.  Supervisor: Prof. Dan Gibton, Tel-Aviv University. January, 2008 (Magna Cum Laude). 

    Ph.D.: Forms of capital and teachers' formal and informal status in schools: A comparison of female and male teachers in Arab and Jewish education. Supervisor: Prof. Audrey Addi-Raccah, Tel-Aviv University. July, 2015.

    Articles in Refereed Journals

    1. Grinshtain, Y., & Gibton, D. (2011). Divides between authority, responsibility, and their impact on the accountability system in the school-based management model. Studies in educational Administration & Organization, Haifa University, 32, 13-49 (in Hebrew).
    2. Addi-Raccah, A., & Grinshtain, Y. (2016). Forms of Capital and Teachers’ Views of Collaboration and Threat Relations with Parents in Israeli Schools. Education and Urban Society. DOI: 10.1177/0013124516644052.
    3. Addi-Raccah, A., & Grinshtain, Y. (2016). Teachers' capital and relations with parents: A comparison between Jewish and Arab teachers in Israel. Teaching and Teacher Education, 60, 44-53.
    4. Grinshtain, Y., & Gibton, D. (2017). Responsibility, authority, and accountability in school-based and non-school-based management: Principals’ coping strategies". Journal of Educational Administration. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEA-01-2017-0005.
    5. Addi-Raccah. A., & Grinshtain, Y. (2017). Teachers' capital in view of intensive parental involvement in school: The case of teachers in high socio-economic status schools in Israel. Research Papers in Education. DOI: 10.1080/02671522.2017.1329339.
    6. Grinshtain, Y., & Addi-Raccah, A. Forms of Capital and their Contribution to Levels of Participation in Decision-making at School. (Accepted) Studies in educational Administration & Organization, Haifa University (in Hebrew).
    7. Berkovich, I., & Grinshtain, Y. Typology of "Tough Love" Leadership in Schools Facing Challenging Circumstances. (Accepted) Urban Education.

     

    • Addi-Raccah, A & Grinshtain, Y. Forms of capital and teachers' views of Parental involvement. Paper presented in BERA Annual Conference, September 2012, University of Manchester, Manchester.
    • Addi-Raccah, A. & Grinshtain, Y. Human, Social, Cultural capital and parents-teachers relations. Paper presented in the Annual Convention of the Israeli Sociological Association, Rupin College, February 2013, Israel.
    • Addi-Raccah, A & Grinshtain, Y. The Role of Capital Forms in Assisting Teacher's Relations with Parents: The Case of Israeli Teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 2013, San Francisco.
    • Addi-Raccah, A & Grinshtain, Y. Forms of Capital and Parental-Involvement: A Comparison between Low and High SES Schools in Israel. Paper presented in the Annual Convention of Educational Administration Studies, May 2013, Gordon College, Israel.
    • Grinshtain, Y & Addi-Raccah, A. The Contribution of Social Capital to the Formal and Informal Status of Male and Female Teachers at School as a Gender-biased Organization. Paper presented in the Annual Convention of the Israeli Sociological Association, February 2014, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
    • Grinshtain, Y & Addi-Raccah, A. Teachers-Parents Relations in a comparative view: Periphery and Center. Paper presented in the Annual Convention of the Israeli Sociological Association, February 2015, Kinneret College, Israel.
    • Grinshtain, Y & Addi-Raccah, A. Cultural, Social, and Feminine Capital as Predictors for Participation in Decision-making at School: A comparison between men and women schoolteachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, April 2015.
    • Dalyot, K & Grinshtain, Y. Education students' Perceptions of gender in/equality in the Education System -A comparative view: USA and Israel. Paper presented at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Budapest, 2015.
    • Addi-Raccah, A & Grinshtain, Y. Teachers' capital and relations with parents: a comparison between Jewish and Arab schools. Paper presented at ERNAPE-ARTIC Conference, Tromso, Norway, August 2015.
    • Grinshtain, Y & Gibton, D. "Responsible for the Responsibility": School Principals' Strategies for Coping with Responsibility, Authority, and Accountability. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, April 2016.
    • Grinshtain, Y., & Addi-Raccah, A. Parents' and Teachers' Roles and Resources in School: The Residential Dimension. Paper presented at ECER European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Dublin, August 2016.
    • Grinshtain, Y., & Addi-Raccah, A. Parents’ Resources in Low and High Socioeconomic Schools. Paper presented at ERNAPE-ARTIC Conference, University of Roehampton, London, July 2017.
    • Berkovich, I., & Grinshtain, Y. Typology of "Tough Love" Leadership in Schools Facing Challenging Circumstances. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 2018, New York City.
    • Harpaz, G., & Grinshtain, Y. Parent-Teacher Relations, Parental Self-Efficacy, and Parents' Help Seeking from Teachers about Children's Learning and Socio-Emotional Problems. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 2018, New York City.