Identifying Key Factors Influencing Adolescent Prayer Education in a Modern Orthodox School: Teacher, Student and Environmental Components

  • by: Moshe Drelich
  • Submitted on February 9, 2017

This study is for middle & high school educators and administrators who are interested in creating an enduring and meaningful tefilla experience for their school based tefilla program. Based on a phenomenological study of 12th graders from a modern Orthodox high school, the reader will find practical strategies and suggestions to address many of the challenges of school tefilla.

The author is available to answer any questions or concerns.

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