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Anna Marx describes how teachers in part-time Jewish learning programs have been experimenting with ways to assess learning. Teachers in the Coalition of Innovating Congregations in New York have been working together to develop methods of qualitative assessment. They call these methods “Noticing” because they are about observing, witnessing growth in their learners as they travel their own journeys.
Updated: Aug. 28, 2012
Making Connections: The Los Angeles Bureau of Jewish Education's Concierge for Jewish Education Program
A working paper from JESNA's Lippman Kanfer Institute and The Berman Center for Research and Evaluation that presents a detailed portrait of one of the country's most innovative educational initiatives, the Los Angeles Bureau of Jewish Education's Concierge for Jewish Education program. The program is presented as an ambitious example of a range of activities that central agencies are undertaking to link educational silos in their communities.
Updated: Aug. 05, 2009
A Lippman Kanfer Institute working paper report to help day school and community leaders thoughtfully consider the options available today for providing children and their families with a Jewish education that is effective in transmitting Jewish knowledge, fostering Jewish identity, promoting a sense of community, and developing strong Jewish values while facing challenges of limited enrollment and unstable finances.
Updated: Mar. 22, 2009