Source: Moreh L'Morim
Moreh L’Morim is a 4-day summer institute, held between July 31, 2011 - August 3, 2011, devoted to Judaic and educational growth for Jewish educators. The conference is an opportunity to learn, network, explore, dialogue, create and engage with some of the best and brightest in the field of Jewish Education, Torah Study and Hebrew. Moreh L’Morim is held on the campus of Siegal College located in Beachwood, Ohio (a suburb of Cleveland).
Moreh L'morim provides various study opportunities, from intensive tracks of study over 3 or 4 days with renowned scholars, to individual workshops with well-known national and local educators, to small group work and dialogues or team building.
Moreh L'Morim is delighted to list some of the best scholars, educators and presenters at this years conference. (list as of 12/1/10)
Rabbi Sam Joseph, Professor of Jewish Education and Leadership Development - Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati
Dr. Roberta Louis Goodman, Author - Teaching About God and Spirituality (Behrman House)
Dr. Richard Solomon and Elaine Solomon, Co-authors - Toolbox for Teachers and Mentors: Moving Madrichim to Mentor Teachers and Beyond
The Bible Raps Project, innovative educational tool that uses rap and hip hop to enliven the core Jewish texts. It is designed to make the tradition more appealing and more accessible through the use of technology, rhythm and rhyme.
Now in its third year, Moreh L’Morim has grown into a well-known summer conference on education. With an emphasis on excellence and academic integrity, this conference is geared for teachers, school administrators, rabbis, cantors, and lay people.