Courseware, Typeface, Educational Resources, and SHELAH Tours
The Center offers lectures, workshops, and lesson plans reflecting Navon’s values and ideals. Below are examples of lesson plans and educational tours prepared in collaboration with various government offices:
Courseware for commemorating Yitzhak Navon's legacy
Yael Asulin, nominated for the Presidential Award for commemorating the legacies of Moshe Sharet and Yitzhak Navon (February 5, 2017).
The Yitzhak Navon typeface
Graphic designer Leah Marmorstein-Yarchi won the Yitzhak Navon Award for her typeface design, which was unveiled at the National Memorial Ceremony for Israel’s Presidents and Prime Ministers (March 28, 2017).
Document about Yitzhak Navon's personal and political life
For many, Yitzhak Navon embodied the values of national unity and solidarity. As we unravel his life’s story, it becomes clear that his aspiration to unite every strand of the delicate Jewish tapestry spread over the diaspora and encompassing Jews in Israel from over one hundred different countries was a common theme throughout his career.
This yearning was fueled by an unrelenting dedication to preserving the culture and unique characteristics of every Jewish community and the Sephardic community in particular.
In the Footsteps of Yitzhak Navon: More Than “Romancero Sefardi”
Where was Yitzhak Navon born? The answer might surprise you!
How come he only found out his true birth date when he was 45?
How did his family win two whole bags of pure gold?
We’ll tour the stomping grounds of Navon’s youth, visit his childhood home and schools, explore his favorite neighborhood featured so prominently in his literary works, and more. We’ll talk about his family and other important people in his life. Accompanied by readings of texts and poems
“Transitioning from a Melting Pot to a Multicultural Society,” Ministry of Education, Pedagogic Secretariat, Social and Cultural Division, Supervisor of History Teaching, “Transitioning from a Melting Pot to a Multicultural Society”
Yitzhak Navon – from the alleys of his childhood to the President’s Residence
The story of Yitzhak Navon’s life is intertwined with the history of the State of Israel and Jerusalem in particular. The route of the trip deals with the life of Yitzhak Navon, who was born in Jerusalem and grew up in it to be a politician, a leader and a spiritual man who creates culture. The route begins with Navon’s childhood in the Ohel Moshe neighborhood and ends at his place of resting in the section of the nation’s greats on Mount Herzl.