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  • Dr. Yael Grinshtain
  • Senior Lecturer
  • Education
  • Education M.A.
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    • Educational administration
    • Parental involvement
    • gender and ethnicity in the teaching profession
    • Periphery and rural education
  • I am a senior lecturer in the Department of Education at Tel-Hai Academic College. I teach in both undergraduate and graduate programs. My research interests include gender and ethnicity in the teaching profession and in educational administration; parental involvement at home and at school including patterns of help giving and help seeking; and social aspects of periphery/center localities and rural education.

  • 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 (undergraduate and 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

    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).

     

    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.

     

    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.

     

    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.

     

    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.

     

    Berkovich, I., & Grinshtain, Y. (2018). Typology of "Tough Love" Leadership in Schools Facing Challenging Circumstances. Urban Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042085918801883.

     

    Grinshtain, Y., & Addi-Raccah, A. (2019). Forms of Capital and their Contribution to Levels of Participation in Decision-making at School.  Studies in educational Administration & Organization, 36, 141-170, University of Haifa (in Hebrew).

     

    Zilka, A., Grinshtain, Y., Bogler, R. (2019). Fixed or Growth: Teacher Perceptions of Factors that Shape Mindset. Professional Development in Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/19415257.2019.1689524.

     

    Grinshtain, Y., & Addi-Raccah, A. (2020). Domains of decision-making and forms of capital among men and women teachers. International Journal of Educational Management, 34(6), 1021-1034. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEM-03-2019-0108

     

    Harpaz, G., & Grinshtain, Y. (2020) Parent-Teacher Relations, Parental Self-Efficacy, and Parents' Help Seeking from Teachers about Children's Learning and Socio-Emotional Problems. Education and Urban Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/0013124520915597.

     

    Weisberger, M., Grinshtain, Y., & Blau, I. (2021). How do Technological Changes in Formal Education Shape the Social Roles of Teachers Who Are Mothers? Teaching and Teacher Education.

     

    Addi-Raccah, A., & Grinshtain, Y. (2021). Teachers’ professionalism and relations with parents: Teachers and parents' views. Research Papers in Education. DOI: 10.1080/02671522.2021.1931949

     

    Berkovich, I., & Grinshtain, Y. (2021) A Review of Rigor and Ethics in Qualitative Educational Administration, Management and Leadership Research Articles Published in 2009-2018. Leadership and Policy in Schools. 

    Harpaz, G., Grinshtain, Y., & Yaffe, Y. (2021). Parental Self-Efficacy Predicted by Parents’ Subjective Well-being and Their Parenting Styles with Possible Role of Help-Seeking Orientation from Teachers. The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied.

     

    Goldberg, A., Grinshtain, Y., & Amichai-Hamburger, Y. (2021). Caregiving strategies, parental practices, and the use of Facebook groups among Israeli mothers of adolescents. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 15(3), Article 9. 

     

    Grinshtain, Y., & Harpaz, G. (2021) 'Whose Homework is It?' Different Types of Parents' Dependent Help-Giving in Homework. The Elementary School Journal, 122(2). 

     

    Weisberger, M., Grinshtain, Y., & Blau, I. (2021) Change processes in teaching and motherhood as shaping the social roles of teachers who are mothers. Education Time. Ohalo. (Hebrew)

     

    Grinshtain, Y. (2022). “The way it looks from here ...": The teaching experience of teachers who relocated from the center of Israel to its northern periphery. Social issues in Israel (Hebrew).

     

    Sasson, I., Grinshtain, Y., Ayali, T., & Yehuda, I. (2022). Leading the school change: The relationships between organizational, personal, and pedagogical aspects. International Journal of Leadership in Education.

     

    Grinshtain, Y. (2022). Teachers' internal migration to a rural region: Considerations and challenges. Teaching and Teacher Education, 119.   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2022.103854

     

    Grinshtain, Y., Avidov-Unger, O., & Barenboim, E. (Accepted). Job Satisfaction and Professional Development among Teachers Working under Top-Down Reforms. Teacher Development. Teacher Development.

     

    Grinshtain, Y., Ben-Zaken, S., & Dahan, N. (Accepted). Shaping the activities of social and community centers during the coronavirus crisis: Two case studies in local authorities in Israel's northern periphery. Dapim (Hebrew).

     

    Grinshtain, Y., Harpaz, G., & Yaffe, Y. (Accepted). Help giving orientations of parents to their children in homework and learning in the home arena: Developing measurement instrument and its initial validation through mixed methods research. Education Time (Hebrew).

     

    Shams, D., Grinshtain, Y., & Dror. Y. (Accepted). Motives for choosing higher education at academic institutions in two countries - Syria and Israel: The Perspectives of Druze from the Golan Heights. Social issues in Israel (Hebrew).

  • 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 presented 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.

    Harpaz, G., & Grinshtain, Y. Parent-Teacher Relations, Parental Self-Efficacy, and Parents' Help Seeking from Teachers. Paper presented at MAHUT conference, October, 2018, Lewinsky College.

    Grinshtain, Y., & Harpaz, G. Israeli Parents’ Involvement in Homework: Goals, Parental Motivations for Engaging and Assisting with Homework. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 2019, Canada: Toronto.

    Grinshtain, Y., & Sasson, I. Implementing an Extended School Day Program at a Rural School: The Parents' Perspective. A paper accepted for presentation at the Biennial Conference of European Research Network About Parents in Education (ERNAPE). September 2019, Gdansk, Poland.

    Addi-Raccah, A., & Grinshtain, Y. Teachers' professionalism and relations with parents: tearcers' and perents' views. A paper accepted for presentation at the Biennial Conference of European Research Network about Parents in Education (ERNAPE). September 2019, Gdansk, Poland.

    Zilka, A., Grinshtain, Y., & Bogler, R. Fixed or Growth: Teacher Perceptions of Factors that Shape Mindset. A paper accepted for presentation at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), September 2019, Hamburg, Germany.

    Weisberger, M., Grinshtain, Y., & Blau. I. Teachers-Mothers Perceptions of the Changes in the Teaching Profession as Shaping Teaching, Motherhood and Work-Family Conflict. A paper accepted for presentation at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), September 2019, Hamburg, Germany.

    Grinshtain, Y., & Sasson, I. Implementing an Extended School Day Program at a Rural School: The Parents' Perspective. The Galilee Conference, Tel-Hai College, March, 2020.

    Grinshtain, Y., & Salman, H. Pre-Service Teachers' Intensive Training at an Israeli Druze school. The Galilee Conference, Tel Hai College, March, 2020.

    Weisberger, M., Grinshtain, Y., & Blau. I. Technological Changes in the Teaching Profession as Shaping the Social Roles of Mothers – Teachers. The 16th Chais Conference on the Study of Innovation and Learning Technologies: Learning in the Digital Era. The Open University of Israel, Ra'anana, Israel (Via ZOOM). February, 2021.

    Ben-Zaken, S., Dahan, N., Grinshtain, Y. The place of parents in shaping the activities of social and community centers during the coronavirus crisis: Two case studies in local authorities in israel's northern periphery. Paper presented at MAHUT conference, October, 2021, Lewinsky College.

    Livneh, I., Avidov-Ungar. O., Grinshtain, Y., Shaked, H., Nikritin, D. The perception of mentor teachers in teacher training programs: The view of the new Institutional Theory. Paper presented at researchers conference, January, 2022, Lewinsky College.

    Grinshtain, Y. The meaning of peripheral identity and its interactions with internal migration processes among adults who grew up in the northern periphery of Israel. Paper presented in the Annual Conference of the Israeli Sociological Association, The Hebrew University (Via Zoom), February 2022, Israel.

    Grinshtain, Y. The meaning of the community in shaping the teaching experiences of teachers who internal migrated from the center of Israel to the northern periphery. The Galilee Conference, Tel Hai College, March, 2022.

    Grinshtain, Y., Zibenberg, A., & Addi-Raccah, A. Using Mixed Methods Research to Develop and Validate an Instrument for Measurement Different Forms of Capital among K-12 Teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 2022, San Diego.

    Grinshtain, Y. "It’s like teaching in different worlds": Internal migrating teachers' experiences of teaching in rural schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 2022, San Diego.

    Grinhtain, Y., Salman, H. Intensive training programme for pre-service Druze teachers in rural schools: An intersectionality perspective. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the British Educational Research Association (BERA), September 2022, Liverpool.

    Shams, D., Grinshtain, Y., & Dror, Y. Cultural capital among Rural Druze students who are first-generation at higher education and graduates of academic universities in both Syria and Israel. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the British Educational Research Association (BERA), September 2022, Liverpool.