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Jewish educators and community leaders, this summer you are hereby invited to embark on a fascinating and challenging journey into the realm of Jewish memory in Eretz Israel. This journey is a personal as well as a professional (pedagogical and educational) experience that enhances the sense of belonging and commitment to the Jewish Peoplehood. During this journey, we will read texts and deal with dialogs of present, past, and future. We will tackle the question of the desire to be an inseparable part of the chain of Jewish generations (the dialog between past and present) on the one hand, and the desire to exert an influence on the education - and value-based moral thinking of the future generation on the other.
Updated: Jan. 28, 2015
This article surveys the literature on learning differences between men and women and discusses the specific implications for the education of Jewish women. It examines learning differences between men and women relating to cognition, personality development and religious identity. The changing role of the modern Orthodox woman and its ramifications for her educational needs are also discussed.
Updated: Sep. 21, 2008