Welcome to GACE!
Gordon College's English program for future English teachers is comprised of nine clusters which include: Language Proficiency; Language and Linguistics; Literature; Didactic; Education; Learning Disabilities; Technological Literacy; Foundations Studies; Research Studies.
Our Winter term starts on 3.12.2023 and ends on 2.2.2024. The exam period extends through the beginning of March 2024 so all incoming students are expected to be here through the end of our exam period.Course Catalogue
The mission of Gordon college's library is to support the teaching, learning, and research needs of the college community by providing a knowledgeable staff and resources. The library holds more than 300,000 titles in print and electronic formats. Its continuously growing collections include books, journals, electronic databases and media titles in multiple languages.
Conveniently located in the college's main building, the library is available for faculty and student use. Computers are available in the library for public use.
All library resources can be searched through library's catalog accessible online on the library's homepage.
The library provides students and faculty members remote access to electronic and digital resources.
Reference: information specialists assist students and faculty members at the library's reference desk. Assistance can be obtained, as well, via e-mail: [email protected] or by phone: 04-8590134.
Circulation: Registered library users (students, faculty and staff) are entitled to borrow items from library's collections. The loan period is noted in the library’s catalog. For more information e-mail: [email protected]
Inter-library Loan: The service allows to order books, articles and other publications that are not available in colleges' library collections, from other Israeli academic libraries. The service is available for registered users only. For more information: e-mail: [email protected]
Guidance: The library provides introduction and training to library databases and catalog to new students and faculty members.
Undergraduate students are required to fulfill a certain requirements pertaining to library skills as part of the conditions for obtaining a degree. For arranging a training session, please contact by e-mail: [email protected].
Gordon Academic College of Education’s grading system
EXCELLENT: from 95-100
VERY GOOD: from 85-94
GOOD: from 80-84
FAILING for the following courses: Language; Didactics; and Practical courses: from under 70
POOR (for all other courses): from 60-69
FAILED: from Under 60