Read Writ (2012) 25:301–303 DOI 10.1007/s11145-010-9246-y BOOK REVIEW S. Ilaiyan: Difﬁculties facing the novice teacher at Arab schools in Israel Dar Elhuda Press, Kareem 2001 Ltd., Kufr-Qara, Israel, 2008, ISBN 978-965-528-027-2, Price: $15 Elinor Saiegh-Hadadd Published online: 11 June 2010 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2010 Introduction Adequate teacher training is the hallmark of successful teaching and learning. Yet, teacher training should not be inspired by models of teacher education only. Rather, it should also be informed, and equally so, by a scientiﬁc description and analysis of the real-life challenges that confront teachers when they embark upon their teaching career, as well as by the way in which such problems may be best handled. Difﬁculties facing the novice teacher at Arab schools in Israel is one signiﬁcant step in this direction. The book reports qualitative and quantitative data gathered from a large sample of Arab schools in Israel regarding the difﬁculties that novice teachers in these schools encounter. It also makes an insightful use of the research literature and of earlier studies in the domain of teacher education in order to bring to light some of the universal, as well as the culture-speciﬁc aspects of this enterprise. Difﬁculties facing the
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