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The Gandel Holocaust Studies Program for Australian Educators is a year-long professional program aimed at training a cadre of expert teachers who are active throughout Australia. The objective of the Gandel Program is to form an active and organized network of Australian educators committed to teaching about the Holocaust and its universal implications, using an interdisciplinary and age-appropriate approach.
Updated: Aug. 24, 2009
After 25 years of operating without a home of its own, The MOFET Institute is now inaugurating its own new building. The new building has been erected in northern Tel Aviv on the campus of The Levinsky College of Education, which had, in the past, hosted the Institute on its premises for 21 years.
Updated: Aug. 05, 2009
Hundreds of schools across England are to become specialist centers of Holocaust education under a national scheme launched recently. The plan, which will be rolled out in 300 schools, forms part of the new £1.5 million Holocaust education program run by London University’s Institute of Education. The Holocaust Education Development Program (HEDP) will provide extensive specialist training for 3,500 teachers - one from every secondary in England.
Updated: Aug. 02, 2009
Italy's Jewish community is running a first-of-its-kind seminar to train young journalists for work in the Italian Jewish media. The workshop is the latest move in a concerted program by Jewish leaders in Italy to upgrade Jewish information, for the community and the general public.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2009
About 3500 teachers and others from Israel and abroad will gather in Gush Etzion, Israel to participate in the intensive four day annual biblical studies conference sponsored by the Herzog College of Yeshivat Har Etzion for Higher Learning . During the four days of the conference participants will choose to participate in one of seven parallel lectures in five separate time slots (over 140 lectures).
Updated: Jul. 23, 2009
The author, who entered the Israeli education system as an idealistic recruit and left it after two years of swimming unaided in the 'shark pool', proposes an idea which he feels will help lower the high attrition rate for new teachers entering the Israeli education system. He proposes implementing a three year apprenticeship system to allow new teachers to serve as teaching assistants for the first three years, gradually taking individual classes first with and later without supervision. He sees this idea as superior even to the mentorship programs presently used by some schools.
Updated: Jul. 13, 2009
This year, the National Middle East Language Resource Center (NMELRC) will offer its Seminar for College and K-12 Teachers of Hebrew on October 31-Nov 1, 2009, at the University of Arizona Tucson. The Seminar will be co-chaired by Shmuel Bolozky and Anat Maimon.
Updated: Jul. 02, 2009
More than 75 educators from 15 countries are preparing to beat a modern path in early July to the teaching of ancient wisdom at the de Gunzburg Jewish Education Seminars. Coordinated by World ORT’s Education and Technology Department, the four-day seminars, which will be held concurrently in Buenos Aires, Rome and Kishinev, will provide Jewish Studies and Hebrew teachers with insights and skills to incorporate technology into their lessons.
Updated: Jun. 30, 2009
The Alliance for Continuing Rabbinic Education (ACRE) has established a new website to help them reach their goal of advancing the field of continuing rabbinic education in order to enrich the communal, spiritual and educational life of rabbis, and through them, the entire Jewish community. The website, a clearinghouse for information about all continuing rabbinic education programs contains a database of Continuing Rabbinic Education programs, a list of blogs from Alliance participants and research publications on Continuing Rabbinic Education.
Updated: Jun. 25, 2009
The Ramaz Lower School is now accepting applications fora new Judaic Studies Teaching Internship Programfor prospective Judaic Studies and Hebrew Language Teachers tocommence September 2009. Internship will include seminars, working with a mentor, and classroom experience. Participants will receive stipends.
Updated: May. 18, 2009