7 edition of Changing conceptions in Jewish education found in the catalog.
|Series||The Modern Jewish experience|
|LC Classifications||LA102 .G35 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||74027986|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Macmillan, New York. Originally presented as the author's thesis. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gamoran, Emanuel, Changing conceptions in Jewish education.
New York: Macmillan Co., The second part of the volume is entitled Principles of the Jewish Curriculum in America. In this book, Dr. Gamoran attempts to formulate a number of criteria by which the subject-matter of instruction in the *Changing Conceptions in Jewish Education, by EMANUEL GAMORAN, Ph.D.
Book One: Jewish Education in Russia and Poland. xiii + This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Among the other prominent German Jewish educators were Kurt Levinstein, author of research on the history of education and the teaching of literature; Leo *Kestenberg, author and editor of books on musical education; and Fritz *Karsen, head of the Karl-Marx-Schule in Berlin, a specialist in experimental schools and later professor of education.
The contents of the first two volumes were, we gladly admit, at once more familiar and easier to handle. We were concerned with mass and leadership psychology, two factors that we know from social and political life.
They have been much studied and. A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary Changing conceptions in Jewish education book include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
About the Book -- Studies in Jewish Education II: Jewish Educational Research in Diaspora must be versed in the conceptions of Jewish thinkers — including contemporary ones — who have systematically stated what the tradition says (to them), AMERICAN JEWISH EDUCATION AND JEWISH IDENTIFICATION IN A CHANGING WORLD Geoffrey E.
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I respond in this chapter by offering a philosophical analysis of contemporary conceptions of Jewish education. These can be organized according to how they conceive the two historical pillars of Jewish consciousness, one religious, the other political, and in relation to their responses to two revolutions of modern Jewish life, Enlightenment Cited by: 1.
Dushkin () and his major work, Jewish Education in New York City (); Isaac B. Berkson () and his book, Theories of Americanization (), and Emanual Gamoran () and his volume, Changing Conceptions in Jewish Education (). These three scholars were part of a group of young educators called the "Benderly.
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Barry Chazan explores the meaning of informal Jewish education and examines its significance for contemporary Jewish life. He argues that informal Jewish education is not confined to a place or a methodology but rather is a well-defined philosophy of how people should be educated, what the goals of Jewish education are, and what its contents should be.
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It has become by and large the most influential organization in American Jewish life. Today, however, the impact of vast social changes has given new challenge once again to the Jewish tradition of communal responsibility.
For, like all people, American Jewry faces today the central problem of our. This collection of original articles addresses the often conflicting roles of values, interests, and identity in contemporary Jewish politics.
The book focuses particularly on the interplay of politics and Jewish history. There are two conceptions of Jewish politics in the contemporary era. According to the first, Jewish politics consists of the activities of Jewish organizations in pursuit.
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The younger generation of Jews in the diaspora and even in Israel, unfortunately, is gradually losing its connection to the Jewish tradition and heritage.
The first supporting opinion describes the effectiveness of storytelling in the realm of understanding biblical “happenings”, of theology, of explaining about God and mitzvot.
It points out that Jewish tradition contained many different types of stories to express the opinions of the sages and how they molded their : The Lookstein Center. Jewish education has literally been lifted out of dark basements into well-lit modern classrooms.
Content, teaching methods, materials, environment have all vastly improved over the course of a century, to the point where most observers agree that, qualitatively and on the whole, Jewish education in America is better today than it has ever been File Size: 89KB.
At this event, the second in a series, speakers associated with the TORCH Enlightenment network and the Voltaire Foundation will discuss the approaches to the Enlightenment of six eminent scholars working in five different languages from the turn of the last century to the present day.
Professor Paul Cheney (Chicago) will then give a public lecture relating the scope. distinguish three conceptions of the meaning of life in Jaspers´ philosophy, I wish to add a second thesis: All three of his conceptions of the meaning of life are grounded on a normative moral framework.
We may call this framework an implicit liberal ethos of humanity, or, in philosophical terms, an implicit ethics of Size: KB. Jewish Education Program We work with educators and young people to connect the past to the present. Through the integration of history and ethics, this unique program expands students' exploration of their Jewish identity, deepens their understanding of modern Jewish history, and honors the principles of social justice and repairing the world.
Bekerman, Z. Reshaping conflict through school ceremonial events in Israeli Palestinian-Jewish co-education Anthropology and Education Quarterly 34 Bekerman, Z. Multicultural approaches and options in conflict-ridden areas: bilingual Palestinian-Jewish education in Israel Teachers College Record Author: Zvi Bekerman, Michalinos Zembylas.
For the most comprehensive bibliography on this topic, see A Bibliography of Jewish Education in the United States, compiled and edited by Norman Drachler (). Ehrenpreis, Yael, and Monty Penkower.
From Zelmanowitz to Selman: Four Generations of an American Jewish Family (in press). Gartner, Lloyd P. Jewish Education in the United States: A Documentary History ().Page 13 - [see page image] PREFACE During the early stages of Jewish settlement in America the synagogue generally assumed responsibility for the religious and educational needs of Jewish children.
Up until about many, if not most, Jewish children received their Jewish and general education in a synagogue school or from a private tutor. As the Jewish population increased. The literature on Educational Change has been dominated by research published in the will also proﬁ t from this book.
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