Search results for: Herzog College
Page 1/1 5 items
This year Herzog College is expanding its Yemei Iyun (July 15-19, 2018) offerings, with an additional pedagogy day in English aimed at teachers in English speaking countries, together with classes in French and Spanish.
Updated: Jun. 20, 2018
Join educational leaders from around the world for a unique, inspiring experience in teaching and learning Tanakh at Herzog College’s annual Yemei Iyun B’Tanakh to be held on July 15-19, 2018. A variety of course offerings in multiple languages, including classes in pedagogic methodology and field study will enable you to take advantage of Herzog College’s rich experience of inspiring educators.
Updated: Mar. 13, 2018
The Hayyinu Ke-holmim (“We Were as Dreamers”) initiative is a project of Herzog College, in cooperation with the Israeli Ministry of Religious Education.This initiative focuses on individual daily study of books of Tanakh: Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Ezra, and Nehemiah, with the aim of studying one chapter each day. All students in the State Religious School System (HEMED) participate. The communal learning of Nakh (Prophets and Writings) by all of the HEMED students is being carried out under the slogan “We Were as Dreamers – the State of Israel’s Existence in Light of the Vision of the Prophets.”
Updated: Feb. 12, 2018
The Herzog College in The Etzion Bloc invites Jewish teachers and school principals from all over Europe to participate in our summer seminar in Vienna on July 16-24, 2017. This seminar is the first step in implementing our broad vision creating an academic credited program for Diaspora teachers. The seminar is aimed at enriching the participants' toolbox in teaching Judaism and pedagogy. Academic credits will be awarded to seminar participants who complete course requirements. The seminar will be held at Maria – Theresia's Castle in English and French as well as in Ivrit subject to demand.
Updated: Jun. 05, 2017
Over the last forty years, Yeshivat Har Etzion and Herzog College have revolutionized the study of Tanakh. Their pioneering method utilizes critical tools to promote in-depth learning of pshuto shel mikra – the basic meaning of the text – while maintaining loyalty to the rich Jewish tradition of rabbinic literature and traditional commentary. Herzog College is pleased to announce the launching of the beta version of the Hatanakh.com website to enable access to the high level content, research, and experience that we have accumulated over forty years through groundbreaking technology, for an audience with varying backgrounds.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2015