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Discover ways music can be used to enhance the teaching of Bible, holidays, history, Israel, Jewish values and Hebrew. Explore methods and materials for using music in formal and informal settings and at different age levels. If you love Jewish music, this class taught by Dr. Marsha Bryan Edelman, Professor of Music and Education, is for you, whether you're an experienced musician or a general classroom teacher.
Updated: Jul. 13, 2009
Teams from innovating congregations are invited to the Family Education Summer Conference on August 3 - 5, 2009 in NYC at the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion in the heart of Greenwich Village. The theme will be “How Do Congregations Accompany Families on their Jewish Journeys?”
Updated: Jul. 02, 2009
The Marshall Jewish Learning Center at the Board of Jewish Education of Metropolitan Chicago proudly presents Edu-Palooza 2009 - three days of hands-on learning, text study and innovations to energize teachers for a new year of teaching. The conference will be held on Aug. 4-6, 2009 at the Chicago BJE.
Updated: Jun. 25, 2009
Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE) will be holding two conference-workshops for day school administrators dealing with admissions, development and fundraising in August, 2009. The conferences are aimed at honing the core skills of school administrators to help them cope with the challenges of the economic climate.
Updated: Jun. 22, 2009
The First Torah Homeschooling Conference is geared towards providing support and encouragement to those who are already homeschooling, as well as to educate parents who would like to learn if homeschooling is a viable option for their families. The conference will take place in Baltimore, MD on June 28, 2009, at the Park Heights Jewish Community Center. The conference will have two plenary sessions and parallel workshops.
Updated: Jun. 04, 2009
The Orthodox Union, in conjunction with the Renfrew Center Foundation, is sponsoring a full-day conference for professionals on 'Food, Body Image, and Eating Disorders in the Jewish Community,' on Sunday, June 7, from 9:00 am-5:00 pm. It will take place at Ramaz Middle School, 114 East 85th Street, New York City. The event is open to professionals in the field, rabbis, rabbinical and social workstudents, with limited space for the general public.
Updated: May. 18, 2009
The Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies of the University College London (UCL) will host a Postgraduate Students Workshop on Jewish Education on September 23, 2009. Postgraduate students and researchers in the early stage of their career are welcome to participate and will be given the opportunity to present a short paper on their own research. The workshop will focus on presenting research on the history of Hebrew education from the 1880s to the outset of World War I.
Updated: May. 11, 2009
Smart Education - The Interactive Whiteboard as a Lever for the Advancement of Education and Learning
On Thursday March 30, 2009, The Shaar Hanegev Middle School hosted a conference for principals and edtech coordinators of the Southern Region of Israel. The conference, sponsored by Kadima Mada - (Science Journey) and the Southern Region Executive of the Ministry of Education aimed to acquaint the participants with Kadima Mada's Smart Classroom Pilot Project which had been underway in 6 Israeli schools since 2008 in preparation for expansion of the project to tens of schools in the southern and northern regions of Israel during the next school year.
Updated: May. 03, 2009
The MOFET Institute in Tel Aviv convened it's seventh internet surfer's conference in order to examine the mutual influences of education and ICT and enable educational researchers and practitioners to share their findings and experiences in this area. Many of the presenters were faculty of Israel's teachers' colleges and the Mofet Institute researchers and staff.
Updated: Jul. 22, 2008
A research conference on teaching rabbinic literature at Brandeis which featured 50 presentations and brought together more than 200 academics and educators representing 30 Jewish day schools, 20 universities, 12 yeshivot and rabbinical seminaries from across the denominations, and numerous other educational institutions.
Updated: Jul. 07, 2008