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Release of “A connection, not proficiency: Survey of Hebrew at North American Jewish summer camps”

Photo Courtesy of Ramah day camp in Nyack The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education at Brandeis University released a new report today authored by [...]

Release of “A connection, not proficiency: Survey of Hebrew at North American Jewish summer camps”2019-08-08T20:14:57+02:00

CASJE Announces Move of Administrative Home to The George Washington University

Consortium’s applied research addresses day school leadership among other areas in Jewish education The unique and growing community of researchers, practitioners, and funders who comprise CASJE, the Consortium for Applied [...]

CASJE Announces Move of Administrative Home to The George Washington University2019-08-08T20:14:59+02:00

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

Envisioning A Collaborative, Modern and Seamless Future for Jewish Early Childhood Education

By Adina Kay-Gross If you’ve ever stepped foot inside an early childhood Jewish education center in the late morning on a weekday, you may have asked yourself if you chose [...]

Envisioning A Collaborative, Modern and Seamless Future for Jewish Early Childhood Education2019-08-08T20:15:00+02:00

Joshua Gutoff awarded NRJE Research Award for paper: “A Framework for a Moral-Imaginative Pedagogy of Talmudic Narratives.”

At the annual Joint Conference on Research in Jewish Education, the Network for Research in Jewish Education and the Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry, held recently at [...]

Joshua Gutoff awarded NRJE Research Award for paper: “A Framework for a Moral-Imaginative Pedagogy of Talmudic Narratives.”2019-08-08T20:15:00+02:00