Professional Development Resources Tag: Talmud

Teaching from Within, Teaching from Without: The Problem of Unshared Assumptions in the High School Gemara Class

This article originally appeared in Tradition Volume 19 #4, 1981. Reprinted here with permission. If being Mayor of New York is the second toughest... Read more

The Law and the Land: Why Biblical Israel has Artificial Territorial Boundaries

This article originally appeared in Tradition, 28,2, 1994. Appears here with permission. I. Israel’s Territorial Boundaries Anyone acquainted with the first mishna in the... Read more

Pe’ninei Torah (Pearls of Torah)

This article compiles some Pe’ninei Torah (Pearls of Torah) from a variety of topics, to provide insights to Torah students. To read the article, click... Read more

What is the "Revadim" Method?

Reprinted here with permission. Jewish schools in Israel and the Diaspora dedicate many hours and resources to study of Talmud, but more than seventy... Read more

Teaching Evolution in Yeshivah High Schools

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 10, 1, 1997. Appears here with permission. Some yeshivah educators find troublesome the section on evolution... Read more

"So What?!": Talmud Study through Values Analysis

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 10, 1, 1997, pp. 17-31. Appears here with permission. “So what !?!” is probably the most... Read more

Ve-Dibbarta Bam: An Approach to Teaching Mishnah

This article originally appeared in Ten Daat vol. XII.(1999).   Introduction In many schools, the teaching of Mishnah is relegated to the status of introduction... Read more
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