Professional Development Resources: Student Engagement

The Potential Effects of Educational Technology on the Jewish Learning Environment

Aharon Frazer is a programmer at WebYeshiva.com, a new online Torah learning environment, and a website builder for sites dealing with Jewish education. He is studying... Read more

Educational Web Resources

Below is an annotated list of web resources for educators that are useful for building and designing WebQuests. If you know of any other... Read more

Teaching Values in a Community High School

Introduction Background Literature Lesson 1 Worksheet 1 Lesson 2 Worksheet 2 Lesson 3 Worksheet 3 Lesson 4 Worksheet 4 Lesson 5 General Bibliography INTRODUCTION... Read more

On the Teaching of Talmud: Toward a Methodological Basis for a Curriculum in Oral-Tradition Studies

From Religious Education 92:1 (1997), pp. 61-76. Table of Contents Abstract Introduction Study of Manuscripts, Printings and Commentaries Tannaitic Sources Amoraic Literature Amoraic and Post-Amoraic Material... Read more

Open-Mindedness and the Yeshiva High School: Musings on the Range of Views to Which Our Students Should Be Exposed

Ten Da’at, Vol. IV, No. 2, Spring 1990. Copyright 1990 Torah Education Network. Reprinted with permission.   Many of the articles in this issue... Read more

Jewish Studies Curriculum – Columbus Torah Academy

THREE TRACK CURRICULUM FOR JUDAIC STUDIES – A PILOT PROGRAM Students are selected for each track based on previous academic records, a personal interview... Read more

Did Vashti have a Tail? Reflections on Teaching Midrash Aggadah in Elementary Day Schools

Originally appeared in Ten Da’at Vol. 1, No. 2, 1987 I am a teacher of Tanach, and midrash is part of my daily experience.... Read more

Teaching Midrash from a Developmental Perspective

This article discusses a program designed for a new, more sophisticated method of teaching Tanakh and midrash, so that the standard modern Orthodox Day School... Read more

Talmud Now

This article originally appeared in Hebrew in Meimad, Vol. 17, August 1999.  (Translated by Rachel Schloss)   The study of Talmud is at the very... Read more

Shnayim Ohazim: Two [who are] Holding…

The synopsis of this debate originally appeared in Hebrew in Meimad, Vol. 17, August 1999.   (Translated by Rachel Schloss)   About a year and... Read more
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