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Wired Into Teaching Jewish Holidays

Author : Scott Mandel
ISBN : 0867050829
Genre : Fasts and feasts
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A handbook for teachers in Jewish schools that provides Internet resources for the Jewiish holidays. Based on the manual "Teaching Jewish Holidays," published by A.R.E. Publishing, Inc.
Category: Fasts and feasts

The Ultimate Jewish Teacher S Handbook

Author : Nachama Skolnik Moskowitz
ISBN : 0867050845
Genre : Education
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A collection of essays by leaders in the field of Jewish education geared to Jewish teachers in supplementary and day schools.
Category: Education

Jewish Every Day

Author : Maxine Segal Handelman
ISBN : 0867050489
Genre : Education
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Chapters on developmentally appropriate practice; anti-bias education; God and Spirituality; Torah; Israel; Hebrew; each of the Jewish holidays; secular holidays; storytelling; music; life cycles; clergy and other important people; infants and toddlers; non-Jewish teachers; interfaith families; keeping kosher at school; and more.
Category: Education

Jewish Holiday Fun

Author : Judith Hoffman Corwin
ISBN : 067160127X
Genre : Fasts and feasts
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An activity book for celebrating Jewish holidays by cooking, doing crafts, and learning things.
Category: Fasts and feasts

The Jewish Holidays Foundations Of Christianity Keys To Prophecy

Author : Judy Robbins Reeves
ISBN : 1467031925
Genre : Religion
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The Jewish holidays are not really Jewish -- they are G-ds! He commands the observance of the holidays in Leviticus 23 and refers to them as, My feasts, belonging to Him and not to the people. Much of the teaching derived from these special days is the foundational milk the early church was built upon. Today, they are a mystery. Nestled within the ancient traditions (observed to this day) are secrets spelling out the events occurring at the end of the age. Open a doorway into a world that is both past and future; a world that is the undiscovered territory to a majority of people in the two major religions calling the Bible G-ds Holy Word.
Category: Religion

Jewish Family Education

Author : Rachel Brodie
ISBN : 1891662171
Genre : Religion
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A project of the Bureau of Jewish Education of San Francisco, Jewish Family Education offers cases and commentaries that highlight issues of working with families in educational settings.This collection of cases, all of which document dilemmas in family education, can play a role in the education of both experienced and novice family educators. Included are case studies with commentaries, matched text studies, analysis and facilitators notes to running study sessions.
Category: Religion

Inviting God In

Author : David Aaron
ISBN : 9781590304587
Genre : Religion
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A holiday, explains Rabbi David Aaron is a holy day, and each Jewish hilday can reveal to us a critical element in our loving relationship with God - and with other people in our life. Passover, for example, celebrates unconditional love; Shavout celebrates freedom and responsibilty; Rosh Hashanah celebrates accountability; and Yom Kippur celebrates forgiveness. Using historical examples, teaching tales and personal anecdotes, Rabbi Aaron takes us through the Jewish holiday cycle, helping us awaken to our connection to the dramatic events that ocured on those days, and to revitalise our love for God. Rabbi Aaron is a worm humourous and enthusiastic guide and his fresh view of the holidays can enliven and enrich tranditional observance.
Category: Religion

The Women Who Reconstructed American Jewish Education 1910 L965

Author : Carol K. Ingall
ISBN : 9781584658566
Genre : Religion
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The conventional history of Jewish education in the United States focuses on the contributions of Samson Benderly and his male disciples. This volume tells a different story—the story of the women who either influenced or were influenced by Benderly or his closest friend, Mordecai Kaplan. Through ten portraits, the contributors illuminate the impact of these unheralded women who introduced American Jews to Hebraism and Zionism and laid the foundation for contemporary Jewish experiential education. Taken together, these ten portraits illuminate the important and hitherto unexamined contribution of women to the development of American Jewish education.
Category: Religion

The Women Who Reconstructed American Jewish Education 1910 1965

Author : Carol K. Ingall
ISBN : 9781584659099
Genre : Social Science
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The first volume to examine the contributions of women who brought the forces of American progressivism and Jewish nationalism to formal and informal Jewish education
Category: Social Science

A Novice S Guide Through The Jewish Holidays

Author : Rabbi Helene Weintraub Ainbinder
ISBN : 9781496903754
Genre : Reference
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A Novice's Guide Through the Jewish Holidays explores the traditions, historical events along with Hebrew blessings in transliteration of the holidays for all people of diverse faiths and learning skills. The book engages and encourages the reader to become comfortable practicing the observances of the holidays. This guide will inspire and enlighten multi-generational and interfaith families to learn together. There are recipes and decorations to enhance the richness and beauty of each holiday. The special gift of this book is to bring a better understanding of the Jewish people's rich heritage. May your thirst for knowledge never be quenched!
Category: Reference

The Jewish Teachers Handbook

Author : Audrey Friedman Marcus
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017198982
Genre : Jewish religious education
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Category: Jewish religious education

Multicultural Holidays

Author : Julia Jasmine
ISBN : 9781557346155
Genre : Religion
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Offers suggestions for observing more than seventy-five holidays, providing ideas for classroom related activities and student projects.
Category: Religion

The National Review

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924065542213
Genre : Great Britain
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The Jewish Teacher

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ISBN : UTEXAS:059173033561788
Genre : Jewish religious education
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Category: Jewish religious education

Teaching The Literature Of Today S Middle East

Author : Allen Webb
ISBN : 9781136837135
Genre : Education
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Providing a gateway into the real literature emerging from the Middle East, this book shows teachers how to make the topic authentic, powerful, and relevant. Teaching the Literature of Today’s Middle East: • Introduces teachers to this literature and how to teach it • Brings to the reader a tremendous diversity of teachable texts and materials by Middle Eastern writers • Takes a thematic approach that allows students to understand and engage with the region and address key issues • Includes stories from the author’s own classroom, and shares student insight and reactions • Utilizes contemporary teaching methods, including cultural studies, literary circles, blogs, YouTube, class speakers, and film analysis • Directly and powerfully models how to address controversial issues in the region Written in an open, personal, and engaging style, theoretically informed and academically smart, highly relevant across the field of literacy education, this text offers teachers and teacher-educators a much needed resource for helping students to think deeply and critically about the politics and culture of the Middle East through literary engagements.
Category: Education

Baseballs Basketballs And Matzah Balls

Author : Mitchell Smith
ISBN : 9781438917429
Genre : Religion
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Marci: Tale of an Air Force Wife is the story of a woman's mid-life search for true love amidst a back drop that includes such exciting cities as Tokyo and Dallas. As we meet the title character, she is engaged in the often stressful and demanding lifestyle of her business career which takes her to the Far East to work at an American Embassy. During a chance encounter on a Japanese train with an interesting man, Marci begins doing something she hasn't done in ages she shares her life story: We see Marci as a very popular teenager with a propensity for men in uniform and with no shortage of Saturday-night dates. We follow her development from being a rather reserved young girl, to a young woman who is at home on the floor of a military dance. Not surprisingly, Marci marries a military man an Air Force Staff Sergeant named Rodney and the story follows Marci around the world as an Air Force wife to England, to Japan, and various locations back in the States. But what should have been an American-as-apple-pie life a military wife raising four children is seriously marred by awful secrets that Marci must deal with largely by herself. As Marci enters its concluding chapters, we again return to the present, and the beginning of a new phase of life. And so we leave Marci, full of hope. Because she knew the love of her life was out there, and this new man in her life, Philip, just might be him.
Category: Religion

Reimagining Liberal Education

Author : Hanan Alexander
ISBN : 9781441161581
Genre : Education
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This challenging and provocative book reimagines the justification, substance, process, and study of education in open, pluralistic, liberal democratic societies. Hanan Alexander argues that educators need to enable students to embark on a quest for intelligent spirituality, while paying heed to a pedagogy of difference. Through close analysis of the work of such thinkers as William James, Charles Taylor, Elliot Eisner, Michael Oakeshott, Isaiah Berlin, Martin Buber, Michael Apple and Terrence McLaughlin, Reimagining Liberal Education offers an account of school curriculum and moral and religious instruction that throws new light on the possibilities of a nuanced, rounded education for citizenship. Divided into three parts – Transcendental Pragmatism in Educational Research, Pedagogy of Difference and the Other Face of Liberalism, and Intelligent Spirituality in the Curriculum, this is a thrilling work of philosophy that builds upon the author's award-winning text Reclaiming Goodness: Education and the Spiritual Quest.
Category: Education