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Jewish Education Going Graphic: Classroom Strategies for Using Graphic Novels

By Talia Hurwich Since the 1950s, American educators have largely ignored graphic novels. Most considered them lowbrow, with little educational value. Dr. Frederic Wertham denounced comics as “important contributing factors [...]

Jewish Education Going Graphic: Classroom Strategies for Using Graphic Novels2019-08-25T14:07:43+02:00

Heart, Mind, and Being: Effective Educational Leadership Through Trust, Emphatic Listening, Criticism, and the Making of Meaning

By Rabbi Dov Lerea [This is the ninth in a weekly series titled “When and How Does Effective Leadership Make a True Difference?” written by alumni, staff, and faculty of [...]

Heart, Mind, and Being: Effective Educational Leadership Through Trust, Emphatic Listening, Criticism, and the Making of Meaning2019-08-26T08:27:36+02:00

The Leadership Difference in Heneni: Answering The Call, Present in The Moment, and Going Above and Beyond

By Rabbi Brad Horwitz [This is the sixth in a weekly series “When and how does effective leadership make a true difference?” written by alumni, staff, and faculty of the [...]

The Leadership Difference in Heneni: Answering The Call, Present in The Moment, and Going Above and Beyond2019-08-26T08:27:57+02:00