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An Israeli school in the Negev Desert, which has been ranked one of the world’s top computer proficiency schools, has revealed that students learn to analyze and report on the data they see online.
The Computer Center for Technology in Technology Education (CCTE) in the Gush Etzion settlement of Beit El has developed the courses that are taught at the school.
The program is meant to be the equivalent of an advanced computer course, where students learn how to use the internet to analyze complex data and report the results.
It also teaches how to do advanced statistics.
It is one of a number of computer training programs being developed by Israeli authorities, and is a model for future government-funded computer programs that could be offered in Israel.
The Israeli government’s Computer Center has also set up a Facebook page and Twitter account where students can share their experiences with the program.
The center’s director, Amos Givony, told The Jerusalem News that students are trained to use Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice, and Google Chrome.
The software is used by many high schools in Israel, including the Computer Center.
“The students learn that they have to think and analyze,” GivONY said.
“They need to learn how the Internet works, how to work with data, how it is distributed and how to handle mistakes.”
GivONY is the director of the Computer School, which was set up by the Education Ministry last year.
The center is funded by the government and has been receiving about $2 million a year from the Ministry.
GivANYs staff are volunteers and he is only one of many high school and college teachers who participate in the program and participate in regular lectures and training sessions.
GivANY’s courses are taught in Hebrew and students learn from the instructor, the Hebrew professor, and from others who teach at the center.
It is a learning system that has been developed by Israel’s Ministry of Education and is open to students from every corner of the country.GIVONY said he has been teaching the courses for more than 10 years.
“We’re here to train and educate young people, not only for a computer program but also for a job, a profession, for a future, and for a career,” he said.
“You need to have a computer skills, not just a computer ability, a computer vocabulary.
This is an important thing, a very important thing for a young person.
And it’s not about being a computer genius, it’s about a human.”