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Proponents of building a “creative society” through educational innovation are calling for engaging learners in new modes of collaboration, problem solving, and original thinking. How might the enterprise of Jewish education contribute to this evolution in creative thinking and action? This article explores how “the Jewish sensibilities” can be adapted into a framework infusing Jewish “ways of seeing and being” into a vision of “Jewish education for a creative society.” The proposed conceptual framework aims to spark conversation, experimentation, research, and inquiry within the broader discourse of rethinking the aims of Jewish education for the future.
Updated: Jan. 07, 2020
Some of the most exciting developments on today’s Jewish landscape come from the “innovation sector,” which encourages people to take an idea and run with it. Maya Bernstein applies its principles for Jewish education.
Updated: Jun. 04, 2013