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The Master’s Concentration in Israel Education nurtures and challenges the next generation of knowledgeable and passionate educational leaders committed to the integral role of Israel in contemporary Jewish life. Its goal is to develop an approach to Israel education rooted in a sophisticated understanding of contemporary Israel and its history, combined with an innovative educational strategy and practice. Join cohort 10 of North American graduate and rabbinic students, working together with Israeli educators to shape the future of Israel education.
Updated: Jan. 15, 2020
In partnership between the iCenter and the George Washington University, this inaugural cohort offers the only opportunity of its kind: an academic certificate program in Israel education. This one-year hybrid program integrates the best of Israel studies and experiential education. The graduate-level professional Certificate Program in Israel Education provides students the opportunity to take part in a year-long integrative experience that uniquely combines content knowledge, pedagogy, human relations, and site-based experiences, in the creation of a new approach to teaching and learning about Israel.
Updated: Apr. 11, 2018
Join the most dynamic network of Jewish educators, thought leaders and stakeholders from across North America and Israel to inspire new ideas and groundbreaking paradigms in Israel education. iCamp 2015, the iCenter's biennial convening (December 1-3, 2015) at Hilton Lake Las Vegas, provides an extraordinary opportunity for educators and leaders in all arenas of Jewish education – day schools, synagogues, summer camps, youth organizations, academic and communal institutions.
Updated: Sep. 09, 2015
Taglit-Birthright Israel opened registration earlier this week for Cohort 3 of Taglit Fellows, the professional development program launched in 2014 in partnership with the iCenter for Israel Education as an educational intensive for exceptional Jewish leaders and aspiring Jewish educators looking to staff Taglit-Birthright Israel trips. The first two cohorts were comprised of nearly 200 Fellows who were selected from over 1,000 applicants. The program will welcome in another group of highly motivated and talented individuals to increase the quality of the Taglit-Birthright Israel experience and to play significant roles in the ongoing Jewish journeys of young adults.
Updated: Apr. 29, 2015
The forty-eight hours encompassing Yom Ha'zikaron and Yom Ha'aztmaut represent an intense and meaningful moment in Israel's culture. Through resources and ideas that explore remembrance, celebration, and the transition between the two, iCenter seeks to create deeper understanding of Israel and the Jewish people.
Updated: Apr. 19, 2015
Israel exists in our everyday lives in ways that are unique and personal to each of us. In summer 2013, the iCenter asked people to share these stories and connections over Facebook and Twitter. Through these photos and captions, we discovered the stories of over 130 people, places, families, and objects that connect people with Israel.
Updated: Aug. 26, 2013
In a new partnership, six American academic institutions have teamed up to offer their graduate students a Master’s Concentration Program in Israel Education. Students study a common curriculum, gather together for eight colloquium days, receive individual mentoring, and create their own learning experience in Israel.
Updated: Dec. 18, 2012
iCamp Kallah, sponsored by The iCenter, is a three-day gathering, a festival of innovation and learning for Jewish educators, lay leaders and professionals who are passionate about bringing Israel alive for the next generation and who want to learn, create and stretch their thinking. iCamp will be held at the Hyatt Lodge, Oakbrook, IL on August 14-16, 2011. iCamp is aimed at those who seek to understand Israel and Jewish education as a holistic enterprise: formal and informal, cognitive and affective, an activity of mind and heart.
Updated: Apr. 05, 2011
A seminar for public high school Hebrew teachers from across the country will be held in Chicago on May 6th, 2010. Teachers will be introduced to personalities, initiatives and resources that can enhance the ways Israeli culture and learning is experienced in their classrooms.
Updated: Apr. 25, 2010