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Heschel at the Gan: How Jewish Early Childhood Education Ignites the Potential of the Whole Family

Photo ZERO to THREE By Sonya Shoptaugh and Bill Robinson “The essence of teaching is to have a dialogue with the child’s potential.” —Carla Rinaldi “The essence of Jewish education [...]

Heschel at the Gan: How Jewish Early Childhood Education Ignites the Potential of the Whole Family2019-08-08T20:13:08+02:00

LehavinU’Lehaskil: A curriculum that trains our students to become independent readers of Tanach

By Tamar Nusbaum Recently, I attended a two-day conference held at Brandies University, Learning to Read in Jewish Education, to discuss how we as educators can empower and equip our [...]

LehavinU’Lehaskil: A curriculum that trains our students to become independent readers of Tanach2019-08-25T14:07:46+02:00

Hebrew Academy (RASG) Becomes First School in Nation to Implement Entrepreneurship Course developed in Israel

The Hebrew Academy is introducing a weekly elective course in Entrepreneurship in both the Middle and High School with the aim to bring it to the elementary division in the [...]

Hebrew Academy (RASG) Becomes First School in Nation to Implement Entrepreneurship Course developed in Israel2019-08-08T20:13:10+02:00

Why your program of Tefilla Education should have a social action component

By Daniel Rose In this four-part series on tefilla education, we identified three possible goals of any program of tefilla education: tefilla literacy, tefilla inspiration (meaning-making and connection building), and [...]

Why your program of Tefilla Education should have a social action component2019-08-08T20:13:10+02:00