Post-Doctoral Fellow – Faculty of Education in Science and Technology, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
Leading four research projects:
- Risk Communication and Parents’ Perceptions of Non-Ionizing Radiation in Schools: The Case of Wi-Fi in Israeli Classrooms funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology (Leading and training a team of 3 research assistants)
- Developing and validating a scientific reasoning scale based on real-life scenarios (Leading a team of PhD students)
- Gendered Science Discourse: attitudes towards female and male scientists in social media (Leading and training a team of 2 research assistants)
- The classroom as a platform for community engagement with food production and science (International project in collaboration with European partners, to be implemented in 2020)
2012 – 2015
PhD in International Education Policy – School of Education, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
2010 – 2012
MA in Culture, Curriculum, and Change – School of Education, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Graduate Certificate in Peace and Conflict Resolution.
Graduate Certificate in International Development Policy (Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke).
MA in Theory and Practice of Human Rights – University of Essex, UK.
1998 – 2001
BA in International Relations and Media Studies – Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
Grants and Fellowships
2010-2012 – Rotary World Peace Fellowship – A joint program at UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University.
2013-2014 – P.E.O (Philanthropic Educational Organization) International Peace Scholarship – http://www.peointernational.org/
Fall 2019 – Technion- Academic Writing workshop for graduate students.
Fall 2019 – Weizmann Institute – Qualitative Research Methods for graduate students.
Spring 2016 – current – Wingate Academic College – Lecturer in: 1. Sociology of Education, 2. Equality in Education Seminar. 3. Studies in Comparative and International Educational Policy (Undergraduate).
Spring 2018 – Technion – Project oversight and tutoring: Citizen Science in Schools – a course on developing k-12 curricula based on citizen science projects (Undergraduate).
Fall 2015- Spring 2017 – Levinsky College of Education. Lecturer in: 1. Sociology of Education; 2. Academic Literacy; 3. Qualitative Education Research Methods Seminar; 4. The Classroom as a social system (Undergraduate).
Spring 2016 – Gordon Academic College – External Examiner for MA projects.
Spring 2015 – The Open University of Israel – Instructor in: Sociology of Education. (Undergraduate).
Fall 2012 – Fall 2013 – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – TA at the university Writing Center (Undergraduate and Graduate).
Fall 2012 – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – TA in: Field Techniques in Educational Research (Graduate).
Fall 2011 – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – TA in Mediation and Negotiation for Peace Makers (Graduate).
Areas of Research and Teaching Interests:
Education Policy and International Development Policy
Gender Equality in Education
Public Engagement with Science
Adult Science Literacy and Life Long Learning
Dalyot, K. (2003). Trafficking in Women to Israel: A Case Study of Media Representation. MA thesis under the supervision of Prof. Diane Elson.
Dalyot, K. (2012). Gender and Education Policy in Post Conflict Countries. MA thesis under the supervision of Prof. Lynda Stone.
Dalyot, K. (2015). Gender Equality in Education: Understanding the Gap between International Policies and National Realities in Ghana. “It’s like pouring water on rubber – It doesn’t really sink”. PhD dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Catherine Marshall.
דליות ק’ וברעם-צברי א’ (2018). תפיסות סיכון ביחס לקרינה בלתי מייננת – המקרה של נתבים אלחוטיים. אקולוגיה וסביבה, 4, 14-15 . http://magazine.isees.org.il/ArticlePage.aspx?ArticleId=802
Peer Reviewed Publications
Marshall, C., Dalyot, K., & Galloway, S. (2014). Sexual Harassment in Higher Education: Re-Framing the Puzzle of Its Persistence. Journal of Policy Practice, 13(4), 276-299.
Dalyot, K., & Dalyot, S. (2018). Towards the Use of Crowdsourced GIS Data to Georeference Child Well-Being Globally. Social Indicators Research. 139(1), pp. 185-204. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-017-1714-1
Dalyot, K., Sharon, A.J, Barel Ben-David, Y., Orr, D., & Baram-Tsabari, A. (in production). Public engagement with science in everyday life: Perceptions of Wi-Fi radiation risks in schools. Research in Science Education.
Published Book Chapters
Marshall, C., Midkiff, B., Galloway, S., & Dalyot, K. (2015) What kind of times are these? The mystery of sexual harassment in the post-liberal feminism era. In, Bauer, Q. J. & Reilly, E. C., (Eds.) Women Leading Education Across continents: Leading in Challenging Times. Rowman & Littlefield: MA.
Dalyot, K. (submitted). Culture and policy: Gender equality in education policies in Ghana between the local and the global.
Dalyot, K. & Baram-Tsabari, A. (submitted). Socio-scientific issues and decision making in a tl; dr society: The case of non-ionizing radiation from Wi-Fi in schools.
Dalyot, K. Rozenblum, Y. & Baram-Tsabari, A. (in preparation). Gendered discourse in social media: is there a difference between comments to male vs. female scientists.
Dalyot, K., Barel Ben-David, Y, Golumbic, Y. & Baram-Tsabari, A. (in preparation). Using day-to-day scenarios for measuring scientific reasoning.
Dalyot K. (2011). Online Grooming of Children for Sexual Exploitation: A Review of Policies and Procedures. International Center for Missing and Exploited Center. (A White Paper written as part of my research internship).
Dalyot, K. (2017). Gender equality in education in post conflict countries: Using linear regression models to advocate for new policy frameworks. SAGE Research Methods Cases. doi:10.4135/9781473971943
Dalyot, K. Golombic, Y. N., Ballard, H., Baram-Tsabari, A., Bowser, A., Cooper, C., Lewenstein, B., Tal, T. & Wals, A. (2019). Citizen Science in STEM Education: Linking society, Scientists and Education Systems. Symposium at the 92nd NARST Annual International Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA (March 31-April 3).
Dalyot, K. (2014, November). Gender and Education Policy in Post Conflict Countries. Paper presented at the World Education Research Association, Focal Meeting, Edinburgh: UK.
Dalyot, K. (2015, September). Avoiding the Temptation of a Single Score: Towards The Development of a Global Child Well-being Index. Paper presented at the World Education Research Association, Focal Meeting, Budapest: Hungary.
Dalyot, K. & Grinshtain, Y. (2015, Septmeber). Education students’ perceptions of gender In/equality in the Education System -A comparative view: USA and Israel. Paper presented at the World Education Research Association, Focal Meeting, Budapest: Hungary.
Barel-Ben David, Y., Dalyot, K., Golombic, Y. N., Baram-Tsabari, A. (2019, March-April) Measuring Scientific Reasoning with Day-To-Day Scenarios. Paper presented at the 92nd NARST Annual International Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Dalyot, K. & Baram-Tsabari, A. (2019, August). Adult science literacy in action: Engaging with a real life socio-scientific issue. Paper presented at European Science Education Research Association, Bologna, Italy.
Marshall, C., Galloway, S. & Dalyot, K. (2012, April). Sexual Harassment in Higher Education: Re-Framing the Puzzle of its Persistence. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, Annual Meeting, Vancouver: Canada
Dalyot, K. (2017, April). Gender Equality in Education: Examining The Dialogue Between International and National Policies in Ghana. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
Dalyot, K. & Baram-Tsabari, A. (2018, October). Non Ionizing Radiation on Facebook: Discussion Patterns on Social Media. Poster presented at the EARLI SIG 20-26 Conference in Jerusalem.
Dalyot, K. & Baram-Tsabari, A. (2018, February). Scientific Discourse and Lifelong Learning on
Social Media: The Case of Non-Ionizing Radiation. Paper presented at the 11th Chaise annual conference.
Sharon, A.J., Dalyot, K. & Barel-Ben David, Y. (2018, February). Challenges in the use of qualitative research methods to study science literacy. Paper presented at the 8th Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference of Qualitative Research, Be’er Sheva, Israel.
Other Writing Projects
2014 – Research assistant for Marshall, C. & Rossman, G. (2016) Designing Qualitative Research. 6th ed. SAGE publications. This work included researching updated references on qualitative methods, editing and writing short anecdotes from a students’ perspective (dialogue between learners). In addition, I was contracted by SAGE to develop online resources to accompany the book.
Languages: Hebrew – mother tongue, English – as mother tongue, Spanish – basic
Computer skills: windows environment; Internet, word, excel, PowerPoint, SPSS, ATALS.ti. MAXQDA.