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The Early Childhood Institute at Hebrew College announces a Call for Participation at its Fifth Annual Early Childhood Jewish Education Conference, Monday-Tuesday, October 27-28, 2014, at Hebrew College, 160 Herrick Road, in Newton, Massachusetts. The theme for this year's conference is 'Yetzira, Creation in Jewish Education'.
Updated: Jul. 16, 2014
Pairing the Jewish professional education expertise of Hebrew College with the research and real-world resources of Northeastern University, Hebrew College and Northeastern's College of Professional Studies offer a Doctor of Education degree with a specialization in Jewish Education Leadership. This unique doctoral program combines online courses with on-campus instruction at Northeastern’s Boston campus and intensive summer institutes at Hebrew College to prepare skilled and knowledgeable leaders for Jewish education.
Updated: Dec. 28, 2009
This certificate program prepares participants to serve as effective leaders of informal educational institutions and programs. Designed for youth directors, synagogue program directors, Jewish camp leaders, Israel program leaders and trip leaders, the curriculum focuses on the content, methodology and leadership skills that Jewish educators need to maximize the 'teachable moment' that is the essence of experiential education. While emphasizing informal education for adolescents, the certificate applies to experiential programming for students of all ages and complements the field of Jewish family education.
Updated: Dec. 14, 2009
Me’ah is a two-year adult Jewish learning program, sponsored by Hebrew College and Combined Jewish Philanthropies’ Commission on Jewish Continuity and Education. Taught by renowned professors and scholars, Me’ah immerses active Jewish learners in core Jewish texts, providing them with a framework for understanding Jewish culture and civilization across four eras—biblical, rabbinic, medieval and modern. Me’ah gives students the opportunity to grow as literate students of Jewish life, and to join a growing community of adult learners.
Updated: Jun. 15, 2008
The Eli and Bessie Cohen Summer Institutes provide academic courses for exploring Jewish texts, building Hebrew language skills or improving teaching methods. Intensive courses allow for completing a semester of work within a condensed two-or four-week time frame. The Jewish Special Education Institute and NETA Institute for Hebrew Language Educators offer focused coursework leading to completion of certificate programs.
Updated: Jun. 04, 2008