Professional Development Resources: Bible

The Bible Laboratory

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 4, 1, 1989, pp. 30-32. Appears here with permission. It has long been unthinkable to teach... Read more

Omek Mikra: A Method for Teaching Humash

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 5, 1, 1990, pp. 24-26. Appears here with permission. Our students study Humash but do they... Read more

Kibbud Av and Kibbud Avot: Moral Education and Patriarchal Critiques

Dr. Wolowelsky is Chair of Advanced Placement Studies at the Yeshivah of Flatbush and a member of the Academic Advisory Committee of Bar-Ilan University’s... Read more

The Bible Lab: A Principal’s Perspective

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 4, 1, 1989. Appears here with permission. Any new and creative school activity is bound to... Read more

And Moses Struck the Rock: Numbers 20 and the Leadership of Moses

  Published in Tradition 27:3, 1993 The failure of Moses to lead the Jewish people into the promised land constitutes a central tragedy of... Read more

Literacy in the Garden of Eden

Published in the Times Educational Supplement November 2002   The Garden of Eden, the ultimate paradise as described in the Bible, is hardly the... Read more

Torah Study for Women

Reprinted from Ten Da’at Vol. III No. 3 pp.7-8   Taking into account the place of Torah study in the Jewish weltanschauung, the outstanding issue representing a... Read more

Introducing Rabbi Breuer

From Modern Scholarship in the Study of Torah: Contributions and Limitations, ed. Shalom Carmy, Orthodox Forum Series, New York, 1991. The Orthodox Forum Series... Read more

A Review of Nechama Leibowitz’s Eyunim- Studies on Torah

Before and after her death in 1997 at age 92, many tributes were paid to Nechama Leibowitz. Perhaps the highest praise came from Prof.... Read more

Teaching the Flood Story: The Importance of Cultural Context

Reprinted from Ten Da’at 9:1 Winter 1996   Most yeshivah students learn the pre-patriarchal biblical stories in the early years of elementary school, and for many... Read more
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