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  • אור לחינוך | להיות משמעותי.ת להרגיש שייך.ת

    Be Meaningful Feel You Belong The transition from sixth grade to middle school is a major event in the lives of many children and teens. While it can be a time filled with fun, excitement and new experiences, for many children and their parents it can also present challenges and concerns. ​ In our unique mentoring program, high school students mentor sixth graders to prepare them for middle school and adult life. Our mentoring program helps participants, mentors and sixth graders alike, enhance self-esteem, improve their sense of abilities, and develop a sense of belonging to their families, schools, and communities. All of our activities take place in our branches, which are located in high schools and managed by university students. Want to keep up to date with our activities? Sign up for our monthly newsletter Our vision A diverse and valuable Israeli society that offers every citizen equal opportunities for self-fulfillment. It is our belief that children and youth who feel included and meaningful will contribute to social change and increase the resilience of the Israeli society. החזון שלנו "Or Lachinooch" is a community based on the belief in the power of education and mentoring. Beyond providing knowledge and broadening horizons, it also shapes young children's personality, establish self-confidence and instill in them the courage to dream. " Ruby Rivlin, President of Israel, May 2020 Who is the program for? University Students We seek outstanding university students with exceptional leadership and educational abilities to join the Ore team. They are provided with the opportunity to gain real managerial experience at Ore’s branches and receive a dedicated scholarship for their studies. More info Mentors Teenagers in 9th-12th grade volunteer as mentors in Ore. Each mentor takes on the responsibility to accompany one of more mentees throughout the year while also serving as educational leaders in their school and community. More info Mentees Sixth-grade students (ages 11-12) who are motivated and eager to take part in a significant year of activities ahead of the important transition to middle school. More info Play Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied למי התוכנית מיועדת Participants Share Programs such as this foster a sense of civic responsibility among students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades and directly impact 6th grade children through its mentoring activities. As part of the program, participants are exposed to group activities, peak events, and individual interactions between mentors and mentees. Iris, ORT School Social Coordinator , Arad ​ I learned a lot from my mentee. I learned that in a few sessions you can feel a sense of kinship, be a significant figure in someone's life. Whenever Shilat and I meet, we keep a jar in which we jot down our dreams for the future and also the lessons and experiences we have learned. It is truly amazing! Tair, mentor at the Ramot branch ​ I feel like I'm really going through a journey. Each of us goes through similar experiences... Throughout this journey, I keep discovering a lot about myself, such as how attentive I can be to others and how I can be more open. I am aware that I have the power to make others happy, a power that I wish to use throughout my life. R onel, a mentee at the Arad branch ​ ​ משתתפים מספרים FOOTER

  • Donate and Voulnteer | אור לחינוך

    Want to be part of our impact? All of our activities are based on the efforts of volunteers, collaborations, and donations from foundations and businesses. Want to volunteer? ​ We’d love to have you! Please fill out the form: sending Thanks! התנדבות Would you like to donate and enable more children and teens benefit from Ore's mentorship program? Pick your preffered way: ​ Bank transfer ​ Account: Bank Leumi (10), number 40774720, branch 932 Please indicate the name of the donor in the transfer and email us at info@ore.ngo so we can issue you a receipt ​ ​ Through Paybox / Bit app Transfer to 052-8967748 Please indicate the name of the donor in the transfer and email us at info@ore.ngo so we can issue you a receipt ​ ​ Using a credit card through Jgive For Or Lachinuch Jgive page press here An invoice for tax purposes according to section 46 of the income tax will be issued for each donation. תרומה

  • HOME V2 | אור לחינוך

    "Light for Education is a community based on the belief in the power of education and initiation... To shape personality, establish self-confidence and instill in young children the courage to dream." Robbie Rivlin, President Be meaningful and feel a sense of belonging In our unique program, high school students mentor sixth-graders, in preparation for the transition to middle school. We place emphasis on strengthening the self-image, sense of security, belonging and ability of the trainees and mentors as part of individual and group activities. Our various branches are led by scholarship students in the positions of branch heads and training coordinators. Play Video Who is the program for? Students Who study and / or live in the periphery. We locate the individuals of virtue with exceptional leadership and educational abilities and enable them to gain real managerial experience (by managing the regional branches) as well as awarding them a significant scholarship. Mentors Ninth-12th grade students (ages 14-18), volunteer at the association as mentors. After extensive and professional training, the mentors take responsibility and accompany a trainee throughout the year of activity along with being an educational leadership team in schools and the local community. Campers Sixth grade students (ages 11-12) with high motivation and desire to participate in a significant year of activity. 12 Years Of Activity 2000+ Graduates 230 Participants per year 5 Branches The program works to develop and promote 10th, 11th and 12th grade students as mentors through pre-training and mentoring. On the other hand, it works to promote and strengthen the sense of belonging of sixth-graders by creating a meaningful social framework. Students are exposed to lectures, peak events, intensive activities and individual activities between mentor and trainee. And Iris, ORT School Social Coordinator , Arad And I learn a lot from my apprenticeship. You learn that in a few sessions you can feel real closeness. Learning to be a significant figure for others. After each of our encounters me and Shilat have a jar in which we write our dreams for years to come and also the experiences and lessons we learned from the encounter. It's really amazing! And Tair, mentor And I feel like I'm really going through a journey in the light of education. That we all go through a journey .. In this journey I discover a lot about myself - that I can be attentive to others, that I am able to be more open. I understand that I have the ability to make others happy and I want to use it all my life. And Ronel And And 77% of sixth graders feel more confident in themselves and their abilities The counselors and educators testified that 80% of the trainees are more ready to move on to middle school 84% of the mentors testified that the activity strengthened their empathy for the other 100% of the trainees' parents indicated that they would recommend other parents to send their children to light activities for education

  • ספורט | אור לחינוך

    sport Country City Instead of the usual categories, put other categories on the page, such as: player, female player, football / basketball team, national team, type of tournament, types of offenses and more. Practice and get to know Each in turn challenges the other, for example - do 20 push-ups / stand on one leg for 4 minutes / jump on one leg from floor to floor without lowering the leg, etc. With the challenger faced the challenge - alternate, if not - the challenger asks him a question (such as - what do you like to eat the most? Who are you more related to - mom or dad? Etc.) Ball to the wall Stand in front of the wall with each one a ball. The goal is to kick the ball so that it is very close to the wall (do it together at the same time). Whoever has his ball closer to the wall gets to ask the other a question from the cards. Accumulation of points and knowledge in sports. Requires advance preparation Ball trivia Make tabs with questions, examples at this link. Requires advance preparation "Notes" Prepare stickers when writing on each of them things related to sports (ball, goal, names of famous players, Muniel, etc.) and each time pull out a sticker and put on the other's forehead and should identify by questions of yes / no what is written. Alternatively instead of stickers, it is possible to make small notes when each time a couple takes each a note and what comes out in the note is the figure of the other and so on. If I had a group An activity in which we will daydream and imagine the sports team of our dreams - In terms of technical data - what was it called? Where will she be? What will you look like? What will be special about her? Uniform design, anthem writing, drawing of the group's emblem. Special sports in the world Look for examples of different types of sports that do not exist in Israel - for example football / cricket / baseball and learn about them (videos can be seen). The muscles in our body Use the image and its way of learning - you can also incorporate a practical part into learning and learn about correct and incorrect stretching of the muscles by warming up or releasing inspiration Get inspired by outstanding athletes, world champions or athletes who have won medals at the Olympics. Collect their inspirational quotes and talk about them. What did they mean? Why did they say them? For example - Yael Arad, Michael Jordan, Messi, Ronaldo

  • HOME V3 | אור לחינוך

    Be significant To feel a sense of belonging The transition from sixth grade to middle school marks a very significant moment in the lives of many children and teens. It can be a time full of fun, excitement and lots of new experiences and friends, but also full of challenges and concerns for some of the children and even for their parents. In our unique tutoring program we carefully select high school students tutoring sixth graders, in preparation for the transition to middle school and adult life. As part of individual and group activities, we place emphasis on strengthening the self-image, sense of ability, significance and belonging of the trainees and mentors. The activity takes place in our branches, which are located in the comprehensive schools, and are managed by scholarship students. Want to keep up to date with our activities? Sign up for our monthly newsletter our vision To create a diverse and value-based Israeli society, in which everyone has an equal opportunity for self-fulfillment. We believe that children and youth who feel belonging and meaningful will lead social change and contribute to strengthening the local community and the resilience of Israeli society. Light for Education is a community based on the belief in the power of education and initiation. Not only provide knowledge and broaden horizons, but also shape personality, establish self-confidence and instill in young children the courage to dream. " Robbie Rivlin, President of the State, May 2020 Who is the program for? Students Who study and / or live in the periphery. We locate the individuals of virtue with exceptional leadership and educational abilities and enable them to gain real managerial experience (by managing the regional branches) as well as awarding them a significant scholarship. More info Mentors Ninth-12th grade students (ages 14-18), volunteer at the association as mentors. After extensive and professional training, the mentors take responsibility and accompany a trainee throughout the year of activity along with being an educational leadership team in schools and the local community. More info Campers Sixth grade students (ages 11-12) with high motivation and desire to participate in a significant year of activity. More info Play Video Participants are numbers The program works to develop and promote 10th, 11th and 12th grade students as mentors through pre-training and mentoring. On the other hand, it works to promote and strengthen the sense of belonging of sixth-graders by creating a meaningful social framework. Students are exposed to lectures, peak events, intensive activities and individual activities between mentor and trainee. And Iris, ORT School Social Coordinator , Arad And I learn a lot from my apprenticeship. You learn that in a few sessions you can feel real closeness. Learning to be a significant figure for others. After each of our encounters me and Shilat have a jar in which we write our dreams for years to come and also the experiences and lessons we learned from the encounter. It's really amazing! And Tair, mentor And I feel like I'm really going through a journey in the light of education. That we all go through a journey ... In this journey I discover a lot about myself - that I can be attentive to others, that I am able to be more open. I understand that I have the ability to make others happy and I want to use it all my life. And Ronel, apprentice And And 12 Years Of Activity 2000+ Graduates 230 Participants per year 5 Branches FOOTER

  • Home | אור לחינוך

    "Light for Education is a community based on the belief in the power of education and initiation... To shape personality, establish self-confidence and instill in young children the courage to dream." Robbie Rivlin, President About our vision Our vision for a diverse and valued Israeli society, in which everyone has an equal opportunity for self-fulfillment, begins with the people. In the light of education, we focus on the individual and work to strengthen the sense of belonging and meaning of children and youth while striving to strengthen their self-confidence, belief in their abilities, skills and involvement in society and the community. We believe that children and youth who feel belonging and meaningful will be the ones who will lead to social change and contribute to the strengthening of the local community and the resilience of Israeli society. Play Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied what are we doing Orr's mentoring program for education is a unique program in which high schoolers mentor sixth graders, in preparation for the transition to middle school. We place emphasis on strengthening the self-image, sense of security, belonging and ability of the trainees (sixth graders) and the tutors as part of individual and group activities. The Or branches for education are led by fellow students in the positions of branch heads and training coordinators. 12 Years Of Activity 2000+ Graduates 230 Participants per year 5 Branches I learn a lot from my apprenticeship. You learn that in a few sessions you can feel real closeness. Learning to be a significant figure for others. After each of our encounters me and Shilat have a jar in which we write our dreams for years to come and also the experiences and lessons we learned from the encounter. It's really amazing! And Tair, mentor I feel like I'm really going through a journey in the light of education. That we all go through a journey .. In this journey I discover a lot about myself - that I can be attentive to others, that I am able to be more open. I understand that I have the ability to make others happy and I want to use it all my life. And - Ronel When I arrived at the first meeting, a mentor was attached to me. In a short time she became like my big sister. Admittedly I only met her once a week but it turns out it was long enough to connect and turn me from a small and shy student into someone who is able to speak, perform and express an opinion in front of dozens and hundreds of people. In ninth grade I decided it was time to donate back and decided to join Orr for education as a mentor. My trainee was just like me - shy and closed who comes from a complex family. At the end of the process he was not as shy as at first. The process made me realize that I did close a circle! And Arthur, a trainee and former mentor The program works to develop and promote 10th, 11th and 12th grade students as mentors through pre-training and mentoring. On the other hand, it works to promote and strengthen the sense of belonging of sixth-graders by creating a meaningful social framework. Students are exposed to lectures, peak events, intensive activities and individual activities between mentor and trainee. And Iris, social coordinator ORT School, Arad 77% of sixth graders feel more confident in themselves and their abilities The counselors and educators testified that 80% of the trainees are more ready to move on to middle school 84% of the mentors testified that the activity strengthened their empathy for the other 100% of the trainees' parents indicated that they would recommend other parents to send their children to light activities for education

  • בישול | אור לחינוך

    Cooking If I had a restaurant An activity in which we will daydream and imagine our dream restaurant: In terms of food - what dishes will be served in it? Menu construction. In terms of technical data - what was it called? Where will she be? What will you look like? What will be special about her? Where am I inside the restaurant - what will be my role in it? You can use Bristols and draw its symbol, write the menu and even make an advertisement. Requires advance preparation World food You should choose flagship dishes from different cuisines in the world or food of testimony and pre-print photos and stories on each dish. For example - Persian rice - why is it called that? How is it prepared? What is special about it and different from regular rice? Need to coordinate with the head of the branch A surprise dish Buying groceries, hiding them around the room - the trainee collects them all and has to make a dish out of his imagination. Need to coordinate with the head of the branch Dessert for the whole group Chocolate balls + chef's hat: Prepare a chef's hat for everyone with the help of paper, scissors, glue, a plastic bag, a matchmaker and paints. See an example in this video . And Requires advance preparation "Notes" Prepare stickers when writing on each of them things related to cooking (foods, names of cooking programs, celebrities, etc.) and each time take out a sticker and put on the other's forehead and should identify by questions of yes / no what is written. Alternatively instead of stickers, make small notes when each time a pair takes each one a note and what comes out in the note is the character / tool of the other and so on. Wholehearted food Looking together on the Internet for inspiring organizations regarding food distribution - for example: give. Or any food organization that operates in the field of corporate responsibility (contribution to society / environment). For example - did you know that Ben & Jerry's buys all the brownies of their ice cream brownies from a factory that employs released prisoners and drug addicts after rehab? Favorite culinary field Desserts, entrees, special salads? What do I know about this field? You can invent a food area that has everything I like to eat + special sandwiches - further to learning about the nutrients, make a table of healthy sandwiches that we would like to eat at school in the morning. You can share the table with the whole branch. the food pyramid Fats, proteins and carbohydrates. We study the ancestors of our food together - we draw a food pyramid and the whole group can share it. Requires advance preparation what is missing? Preparation in advance - everyone publishes basic recipes for all kinds of dishes from the Internet. The goal - every time you hide one ingredient that is most essential for preparation and without it it will not be possible to prepare the recipe - the other must guess what the ingredient is. quiz A little different country land game - City land games but instead of the usual categories you put other categories on the page such as: food, restaurant name, famous (chef for example), cooking utensils, type of food (Indian, Italian, etc.) and more.

  • אמנות | אור לחינוך

    art origami See examples in the following videos: flower , another flower , swan, frog and butterfly. Mood drawing Everyone should draw a picture that illustrates the feelings they went through today (joy / sadness / excitement, etc.). After they have finished painting, each one tells the other how he went through the day and what the painting means. (Suitable for first activities). Dream Catcher See link . The game of paintings (Activity for several pairs) Divide the board into several participants, each participant gets a part of the board and on it everyone has the same drawing of a shape, number or letter. Participants should turn the shape or number into as beautiful and interesting a painting as they can without erasing the initial shape. Whoever has his painting chosen by the others as beautiful, funny or most surprising wins. Painting a person Search for a famous internet one from the field of art, read about it, understand who he was and what works he had. Then try to draw together the famous or one of his works / another option: to draw each other or the head of the branch and the training coordinator. The perfect picture Try to create the perfect image. Go out into the yard, pick a specific area, arrange it, check the desired angle, relate to the light, and take the best picture. It can also be in the form of a competition between groups, or in a way that you decide in advance what to take (the most beautiful landscape picture, a close-up picture - for example, taking a close-up of a plant or flower, etc.). Periods in art Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, modern art, etc. - you can bring his print to paintings from different periods and try to identify or even make a memory game. Drawing objects Lay some objects in a certain shape and try to draw them. You can decide to paint as accurately and close to reality as possible, or to paint their general atmosphere, or to paint in a certain style (say in the style of Van Gogh's dots). Emotions in paintings Look at paintings and say what emotions they evoke? why? What did the painter try to convey? How can emotion be conveyed through painting or sculpture or any art?

  • Activity | אור לחינוך

    What we do and where? Our activities are conducted in Or Lachinooch branches, which are located in high schools in Be'er Sheva, Ashdod and Arad. We chose the high school as our location to provide an opportunity for the mentee to become familiar with the high school (which typically includes the middle school as well) and its upper year students. ​ We have weekly activities in which the mentees and mentors meet at our branch for a variety of activities that include: "mentoring" activities tailored to the interests of the participants, group activities that are values-based, as well as trips and volunteer days in the school and local community. It is important to note that during our activities, we do not focus on academics, tests, or homework, but rather on what interests the participants and what they enjoy doing! Participants in our unique mentoring programs develop self-confidence, a sense of competence[LBN1] , and social connections, as well as volunteer work in the community and social projects that strengthen their sense of belonging and connection to their community and Israeli society as a whole. [LBN1] I love this for מסוגלות !! In another page I wrote capability instead of ability and it should be competence! 14 Years Of Activity 2000+ Graduates 320 Participants per year 7 Branches מה עושים בפעילות? Who are the participants in the program? Who are the participants in the program? Mentees Students in the sixth grade (ages 11-12) who are motivated to take part in significant activities in anticipation of a move to middle school and their adult lives. ​ Why sixth graders? The transition to middle school is one we all remember – on the one hand excited anticipation, while on the other quite a bit of worry and anxiety: what will happen? How will I adjust to the new environment? Who will be my friends? How will I succeed? It’s well known that healthy social relationships in elementary school and proper preparation for the transition to middle school can affect middle and high school experiences, and even adult ones. Therefore, we work to develop the abilities and skills of our mentees and prepare them for the challenges of this crucial transition. חניכים חונכים Mentors Students currently enrolled in grades 9 through 12 (ages 14 to 18), who volunteer at Ore Lachinooch as part of their school's social activities. After a comprehensive and professional screening process and training, mentors accompany the mentees throughout the year. At the same time, they serve as a leadership team in their respective schools and communities. Through their growing relationships with the mentors, who go to the highschool they will transition to, the mentees are able to develop social connections, self-confidence, and a sense of belonging even before the transition begins. סטודנטים Students Students from local universities volunteer to manage Ore Lachinooch branch activities, as branch managers and training coordinators. ​ Our students typically live in the periphery of the country close to the branches) and seek opportunities for professional development, community participation, and significant scholarships. Our belief is that the interaction between mentees, mentors, and university students provides and strengthens a sense of competence among all participants. It also promotes personal and social growth. The students of Ore Lachinooch are offered mentoring and professional guidance by the organization's Board of Directors members. Assessment and Evaluation After a year of activity - the school counselors and teachers stated that: 73% of the mentees are more prepared for the transition to middle school. ​ 90% of mentees have significantly improved their relationship with their teacher. ​ 100% would recommend sending sixth graders to Ore Lachinooch activities prior to the transition to seventh grade. ​ The mentees' parents stated that: 90% of parents report that their children gained valuable social and personal skills during the activity year. ​ 100% of parents would recommend sending their children to Or Lachinooch mentoring program. The mentees stated that: 77% of respondents indicated they were well prepared for the transition to middle school. ​ 78% of respondents indicated they are participating in more social activities at school than in the past. The mentors noted that: 86% report a greater sense of empathy towards others after one year of participation. ​ 91% are more committed to volunteering in their community and city מדיד והערכה

  • מלגת אור לחינוך ומנהיגות מדעית | אור לחינוך

    Scholarships The Circles Program is an individual-group-scientific mentoring program in which high school students mentor sixth- through eighth-graders. The focus and circles of the program are led by scholarship students with educational-instructional experience, scientific background and motivation to contribute to the community and society.

  • נושאי שיחה | אור לחינוך

    Conversing 01. How was school, who are my classmates, what do I like to study? And 02. Hobbies and things we love to do. And 03. A movie or series we saw recently. And 04. Tell about the family - brothers, sisters, parents, grandparents, animals. And 05. The neighborhood I live in. And 06. Music we love.

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