Educational Futures Papers

Passig, David (2014).
The future of nationhood in Israel. In Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Stern (Eds.). The Israeli Nation State: Political, Constitutional and Cultural Challenges. Boston: Academic Studies Press. 342-366.
Passig, David (2007)
_A Higher Thinking Skill to Enhance Future Intelligence. Teachers College Record. Vol. 109 (1)
Passig, D. & Cohen, L. (2006)
Innovative Combinations: A Tool for Measuring the Melioration Skill. Teachers College Record. Research Note. Date Published: October 09, 2006 ID Number: 12776.
Passig, David (2006)
Melioration as a newer category in Bloom's taxonomy. Theory into Practice in Curriculum Planning. The Journal of the Ministry of Education Pedagogical Secretariat, Jerusalem. 18 (1), 31-52 (Hebrew).
Passig, David (2003)
A Taxonomy of Future Thinking Skills. International Journal of Informatics in Education. The International Journal of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics. 2 (1), 79-92.
Passig, David (2001)
A taxonomy of ICT mediated future thinking skills. In Taylor, H. and Hogenbirk, P. (2001) Information and Communication Technologies in Education: The School of the Future. Kluwer Academic Publishers,Boston, pp 103-112.
Passig, David (2000).
Young children and toddlers in the future, in Klein, P. (ed.). Toddlers, Parents and Caregivers: Studies in Child Development in Israel. Reches Press Israel, pp. 241-256. (Hebrew).
Passig, David (2000)
Teaching Future Jewish Life through a Cross-Generation Future Oriented Curriculum. Religious Education. The Journal of the Religious Education Association and the Association of Professors and Researchers in Religious Education.University of Judaism. Los Angeles, CA, 95 (2), 190-214. Taylor & Francis.
Passig, David (1997)
A preferred scenario for a future core-curriculum, in Paldi, E. (ed.). Education in Time Test, Tel-Aviv University, Ramot Publishing, pp. 53-61 (in Hebrew).
Passig, David (1996)
Developing Communal Future Jewish Imagery with a Group of Teenagers. Journal of Jewish Communal Service. The Journal of the Jewish Communal Service Association. 72 (3), 210-216.