Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Department of Education in Science and Technology

Updated: December 2014

' Dr. ORIT HAZZAN, Professor


Academic Background

Contact Information

Graduate Students (Graduate School website)

Professional Experience


Guide to Teaching Computer Science: An Activity-Based Approach

Agile Software Engineering

Springer flyer

Agile Anywhere - Essays on Agile Projects and Beyond

SpringerBriefs in Computer Science

Human Aspects of Software Engineering

The 2nd Workshop on Human Aspects of SE, SPLASH 2010

Talk @ Google, Mountain View, CA, March 20, 2008

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Research Interests

         Computer science education

         Teaching human aspects of software engineering

         Agile software development (new window)

         Cultural and educational perspective at computing

         Collegiate mathematics education


         Computer science and (software) engineering education

         Collegiate mathematics education

         Cultural changes in learning organizations



Technion Initiatives

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         The Views program, Inside Higher Ed, Sep 20, 2012

         Management Analysis of the Technion's Proactive Approach and Contribution to High School STEM Education in Israel, June 9, 2013 presentation @ the Technion's Board of Governors meeting. (updated: April 17, 2014)

Edited version was published at:

Hazzan, O. (2014). A Proactive Approach to High School STEM Education in Israel, Tomorrow's Professor eNewsletter 1337.



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Technion Conferences

2009-12: Qualitative Research@Technion


2013-2014: Social aspects of Technion Teaching and Research

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Moving learning into the 21st Century (finally)




         Media radio and press

         Diversity in education, science & technology

         Samuel Neaman Institute: Senior Research Fellow; Head - The Forum for Science and Technology Education,

         System Design Frontier