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Working together over the last decade, a group of neuroscientists, psychologists, and educators, launched the field of neuroeducation, which explores interactions between biological processes and education. As I delved into the field through a Jewish lens, I discovered that the teachings of our rabbinic sages have much in common with those of today’s neuroeducators! Here are some examples.
Updated: Oct. 30, 2013
Sifriyat Pijama B’America (SP-BA) Jewish Bedtime Stories in Hebrew is a Hebrew and Jewish family engagement literacy program implemented throughout the United States which mails free, high-quality Hebrew Jewish children's literature and music on a monthly basis to children ages 2-8. These books are a gift for your family to keep forever!
Updated: Oct. 21, 2013
The Hebrew Alphabet free online tutorial to learn Hebrew letters with quick-study method, video pronunciation, Aleph Bet graphics & Jewish Alphabet textual explanations and tools. Everything you need to learn the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet is on this page.
Updated: Oct. 21, 2013
MOFET International is pleased to announce its scheduled webinars for the upcoming months. The webinars are geared towards the interests and professional development of teachers and teacher educators around the world. Participation in the webinars is free of charge, but requires advance registration.
Updated: Oct. 02, 2013
Language Education Policy by Proxy: The ‘Ideal’ Meets the ‘Real’ in the Educational Network of the Jewish Community in Mexico City
This paper discusses the formulation of a language policy in the Jewish Educational Network of Mexico City, following its daily management. More specifically, this paper will address: (1) the discrepancies between the minority's language policy and ideologies and its reality; (2) the status of Hebrew as a burden or a benefit in pacesetting language education in this community; and (3) the outcomes of implementation of a language policy ‘by proxy’.
Updated: Sep. 11, 2013
Rena Dorph tells of the founding of Edah, a comprehensive experiential Jewish after-school program serving Berkely, CA. Edah builds on the existing structures and youth development goals of afterschool programs, the experiential, immersive, free-choice learning environments fostered at high quality Jewish summer camps, the commitment to daily Jewish learning and Jewish chevreh that characterize Jewish day schools, and the value of families learning and practicing together embodied in high quality family education programs.
Updated: Sep. 01, 2013
The Israel Education Working Group of the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education selected five areas of priority for applied research using the input and insight of over 150 members of the Israel education community. They recently published research briefs in each of these areas in order to help produce robust and applicable research in Israel Education.
Updated: Jul. 02, 2013
Lowell High School, San Francisco’s only public high school with academic and merit-based admissions criteria, is also the only public high school in Northern California to offer Hebrew — a claim it has been able to make for more than 20 years. But there is no guarantee that the 117-year-old school near Lake Merced will continue to offer the class next year.
Updated: May. 29, 2013
Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie, past president of the Union for Reform Judaism, tells how his daughter chose a challenging way to push back against an American Jewish culture based only on translation from Hebrew sources: To speak to her son only in Hebrew.
Updated: May. 20, 2013
This week the 'Al Hagovah' kids web portal launched a new Hebrew minisite - 'My Jerusalem' which will help you learn about the different faces of Jerusalem, and to get to know all the new sites and activities in the city. Through games and activities you will discover the recreation sites spread all over the city, the unique parks established in it, the diverse possibilities to study and live in the city and more.
Updated: May. 07, 2013