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This special issue of the Journal of Jewish Education marks a double milestone: one for the Journal itself, and one for the Mandel Teacher Educator Institute (MTEI), whose graduates are this issue’s authors. For the JJE, this is the first volume entirely devoted to practitioner research. For MTEI, this is the first publication of research done by graduates. I will share a bit about each of these enterprises before I introduce the articles which make up this special issue.
Updated: May. 01, 2019
Professional Culture and Professional Development in Jewish Schools: Teachers' Perceptions and Experiences
In this article, the authors report a study of professional culture and professional development in Jewish schools based on surveys of teachers and other staff and interviews with principals. The study suggests the need for a sustained effort to make Jewish schools better places for teacher learning and growth. To accomplish this, schools need to adopt structures and practices that permit teachers to interact with one another around teaching and learning.
Updated: Mar. 24, 2008