Tag - CASJE

Hebrew’s Unique Shape of Letters, Roots of Words, and Other Defining Characteristics Examined in New Literature Review from CASJE

Findings Shed Light on Future Areas to Research to Help Hebrew Language Educators and Learners CASJE (the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) released the final piece in its literature review series exploring what recent research about heritage, second, and foreign language learning means for the teaching and learning of Hebrew...

New Project Will Explore How Jewish Early Childhood Education Can be a Gateway for Ongoing Involvement in Jewish Life

CASJE commissions Child Trends and team from Brandeis University for major study on engaging Jewish families with young Jewish children Washington, DC – CASJE, the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education, today announced the next steps in its long-term research project to explore how Jewish early childhood education (ECE) can...

Second Hebrew Language Literature Review Explores How Language Learning Influences Identity, Relationships with Community

CASJE (the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) today released the second of three literature reviews that explores what recent research about heritage, second and foreign language learning means for the teaching and learning of Hebrew. The newest review, Contributions of Second/Foreign Language Learning Scholarship to Identity...

Hebrew Language Acquisition Connected to Identity Development, Parental Support, Other Factors

The Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education, CASJE, released the first of three literature reviews that explores what recent research about heritage, second and foreign language learning means for the teaching and learning of Hebrew. This first review in the series, Implications of Heritage Language Research for Hebrew Teaching and...