Cultural Changes In Learning Organizations

Refereed papers in professional journals

  • Geva-May, I., Hazzan, O. and Wagner, S. (1993). Logo studies and their effect on learners’ attitude towards computer programming: An evaluation case-study, Journal of Research on Computing in Education 25(4), pp. 473-482.
  • Hazzan, O. (1999). Information technologies and objects to learn with, Educational Technology Magazine 39(3), pp. 55-59.
  • Leron U. and Hazzan, O. (2000). Information technology in higher education: Why is it so hard and why there is still hope after all, British Journal of Educational Technology 31(3), pp. 243-245.
  • Hazzan, O. (2001). Aspects of a university-course web-site, College Teaching 49(2), pp. 55-60.
  • Hazzan, O. (Winter 2002-2003). Prospective high school mathematics teachers’ attitudes toward integrating computers in their future teaching, Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 35(2), pp. 213-225.
  • Hazzan, O. (2004). Mental constructions and constructions of websites: The learner and the teacher points of view, British Journal of Educational Technology 35(3), pp. 323–344.
  • Hazzan, O., Levy, D. and Tal, A. (2005). Electricity in the palms of her hands – The perception of Electrical Engineering by outstanding female high school pupils, IEEE Transactions on Education 48(3), pp. 402-412.
  • Hazzan, O. and Karni, E. (2006). Similarities and differences in the academic education of software engineering and architectural design professionals, International Journal of Technology and Design Education 16(3), pp. 285-306.
  • Hazzan, O. and Lapidot, T. (2006). Social issues of Computer Science in the “Methods of Teaching Computer Science in the High School” course, inroads – the SIGCSE Bulletin 38(2), pp. 72-75.
  • Sagy, O. and Hazzan, O. (2007). Diversity in excellence fostering programs: The case of the informatics Olympiad, Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 26(3), pp. 233-253.
  • Eidelman, L. and Hazzan, O. (2008). Sectoral and gender-wise analysis of the choice of Computer Science studies in Israeli high schools, Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 27(4), pp. 391-422.
  • A short Hebrew version of this paper is published in Machshva (Thought) – The Israeli Journal for High School Computer Science Teachers, January 12007, pp. 24-31 (part I) and June 2007, pp. 5-16 (part II).
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (2011). Feeling the doctorate: Is a doctoral research that studies the emotional labor of doctoral students possible? The International Journal of Doctoral Studies 6, pp. 019-032. http://ijds.org/Volume6/IJDSv6p019-032Nutov307.pdf
  • Hazzan, O., Dubinsky Y. (2011). The retrospective practice as a vehicle for leading conceptual change, AgileQ, InfoQ, http://www.infoq.com/articles/Retrospective-Practice-Conceptual-Change.
  • Hazzan, O. and Nutov. L. (2014). Teaching and learning qualitative research ≈  Conducting qualitative research, The Qualitative Report 19, pp. 1-29 http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR19/hazzan1.pdf .
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (2014). An organizational engagement model as a management tool for high school principals, Journal of Educational Administration, 52(4), pp.469-486. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=17113877&ini=aob
  • Zelig, D. and Hazzan, O. (2016). Adoption of innovation from the business sector by post-primary education organizations, Management in Education 30(1), pp. 19–28 http://mie.sagepub.com/content/30/1/19.full.pdf?ijkey=MVeNCgBqtmgbFOe&keytype=finite, DOI: 10.1177/0892020615586804
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (submitted). Principals going above and beyond: Understanding organizational citizenship behavior among school principals, Journal of Educational Administration.

Book chapter

  • Blum, L., Frieze, C., Hazzan, O and Dias, B. (in press). Culture and environment as determinants of women’s participation in computing, Reconfiguring the Firewall: Recruiting Women to Information Technology across Cultures and Continents, in C. J. Burger, E. G. Creamer and P. S. Meszaros (editors), pp. 109-133, A K Peters, Ltd.

Refereed papers in conferences proceedings

  • Leron, U. and Hazzan, O. (1997). Computers and applied constructivism. IFIP WG 3.1. Working Conference – Secondary School Mathematics in the World of Communication Technologies: Learning, Teaching and the Curriculum, Grenoble, France, pp. 195-203. (The proceedings’ title is: Information and Communications Technologies in School Mathematics).
  • Leron, U. and Hazzan, O. (1998). Meta-Freedom in Hypertext: The freedom to limit your own freedom. Proceedings of ED-MEDIA & Ed-TELECOM 98 – 10th World conferences on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia and on Educational Telecommunications, Freiburg, Germany, pp. 819-824.
  • Leron, U. and Hazzan, O. (2000). Learning as surfing in mental space, SSGRR 2000 – International Conference on Advances in Infrastructure for Electronic Business, Science, and Education on the Internet, L’Aquila, (near Rome), Italy.
  • Eidelman, L. and Hazzan, O. (2005). Factors influencing the Shrinking Pipeline in high schools: A sector-based analysis of the Israeli high school System, Proceedings of SIGCSE 2005 – The 36th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, pp. 406-410.
  • Frieze, C., Hazzan, O., Blum, L. and Dias, M. B. (2006). Culture and environment as determinants of women’s participation in computing: Revealing the “Women-CS Fit”, Proceedings of SIGCSE 2006 – The 37th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Houston, Texas, USA, pp. 22-26.
  • Eidelman, L. and Hazzan, O. (2007). Eccles’ Model of Achievement-Related Choices: The case of Computer Science studies in Israeli high schools, Proceedings of The 38th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Covington, Kentucky, USA, pp. 29-33.
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (2010). Information-sharing empowerment: The case of the design process of the homeroom teacher role in Israeli high schools, Proceedings of the 18th International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (2011). The manager role in organizational engagement: The case of the high school homeroom teacher role, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Values and Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.


Abstracts in conferences proceedings

  • Hazzan, O. (1999). Information technologies and higher education – A look around the world. Presenting at CAL99 – Virtuality in Education – What is the future educational contexts?, London, England, p. 50.
  • Hazzan, O. (1999). Attitudes of prospective high school mathematics teachers towards integrating information technologies in their future teaching. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME 23), Haifa, Israel, Vol. 1, p. 280.
  • Hazzan, O. (1999). Information technologies and objects to learn with. Euro-Med Conference – Tele99 on Technology in Learning Environments – The Learning Citizen, The Open University of Israel, Tel-Aviv, Israel, p. 52.
  • Hazzan, O. (2000). University courses’ websites around the world. Proceedings of The Third Conference of “Surfing in the Internet” – The future college and distance learning, MOFET Institute (R&D institute of college teachers), Tel-Aviv, Israel, p. 56.
  • Eidelman, L. and Hazzan, O. (2005). How to attract more high school pupils to learn computer science? Proceedings of The Sixth Annual Conference of the Israeli Computer Science and Information Technologies Teachers, Achva College, Israel, p. 20.
  • Sagy, O. and Hazzan, O. (2006). The science Olympiads and gender, Proceedings of Whose Science? – Women, Gender and the Politics of Science Conference, Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv, p. 22.
  • Arnon, S. and Hazzan, O. (2006). Municipal educational learning community , Proceedings of The learning Person in the Technological Era Conference, Chais Research Center for the Integration of Technology in Education, The Open University of Israel, pp. 167-175.
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (2011). Relational perspective on the organizational engagement model: The case of the high school homeroom teacher, Israel Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC) Conference, Tel-Aviv University.
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (2012). High school homeroom teacher empowerment by school management information system, Chaise Conference for Research in Innovation and Learning Technology, The open University, Ra’anana, Israel.
  • Hazzan, O. and Nutov, L. (2012). Using an online forum for a collaborative construction task: The case of a graduate course on qualitative research methods, Chaise Conference for Research in Innovation and Learning Technology, The open University, Ra’anana, Israel.
  • Nutov, L. and Hazzan, O. (2013). Graduate students’ education of qualitative research methods, The 6th International Conference on Teacher Education – Changing Reality through Education, The David Yellin Academic College of Education, Jerusalem.
  • Shani, I. and Hazzan, O. (2015). Prospective STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teachers’ learning of psychology, TIIKM’s Annual International Conference on Education, Beijing, China, p. 56.