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Mohamad SHUIBAT, Sanaa ABUHELAL, Jamila GHOUL, Duaa BARAHMEH

THE ROLE OF THE PALESTINIAN “AL-ISRAR” SCHOOLS IN THE ‎SUSTAINABILITY OF LEARNING AMONG HOSPITALIZED STUDENTS: ‎AUGUSTA VICTORIA HOSPITAL SCHOOL (AL-MUTLA’) AS A MODEL

This study aimed to identify the role of the Palestinian Israr Schools in providing ‎educational services for students who suffer from some chronic and difficult diseases such ‎as kidney failure and cancer, and who undergo long treatment sessions in the hospital, and ‎their presence causes them to frequently interrupt their original schools. It also aimed to ‎identify the impact of this educational service on the mental health of students and its ‎impact on their insistence on continuing the educational process, and to educate parents ‎and specialists about the existence of such a type of education. This study was limited to ‎Al-Israr School/1 (the Augusta Victoria Hospital School as a model) to study the cases of ‎sick students who are officially registered in the schools of the Palestinian Ministry of ‎Education and are automatically integrated into the hospital school during the treatment ‎period‏.‏ To achieve its objectives, it has adopted the qualitative research methodology in the "case ‎study" style, which depends on the detailed description of the case (Al-Israr School/1) ‎through the use of approved tools to collect data for this type of studies, with the aim of ‎answering a number of main questions from the viewpoint of its participants, namely: What ‎does being in Al-Israr/1 School offer you? How did your integration into Al-Israr/1 affect ‎your educational/professional life path? How did your integration into Al-Israr / 1 school ‎affect your social life and your relationship with family and friends? What are the ‎difficulties you face in order to integrate in Al-Israr/1 School? What services/procedures ‎would you like Al-Israr/1 School to provide to you that are currently unavailable? This ‎qualitative study reached a number of themes, namely: determination and persistence, the ‎role of the insistence school in the participant’s life, social and professional relations, ‎psychological pressures, empathy, difficulties, developmental needs for school ‎performance, and outlook on the future.

Keywords: Palestinian Israr Schools, Augusta Victoria Hospital School, Hospital Schools.

http: //dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.16.32


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