Professional Development Resources Tag: Ten Da'at (journal)

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

The Post-High School Yeshiva Experience in Israel: Goals and Benefits

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at. Republished with permission of the author.   The following was presented at a meeting of the Educational Liaison Committee... Read more

A Day (School) Dream

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at Vol. XIII (Winter 2000). The enormous time, energy, and resources spent continuously by the overall North American... Read more

Voluntary Turnover of Rebbes In Jewish Day Schools in Isolated Communities

Originally appeared in Ten Da’at  Volume XIII, Winter 2000 Background It has often been observed within the profession that there exists a relatively high... Read more

Jewish Community High School Education for Everyone; Really? Counteracting Intermarriage and Assimilation

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, Vol. XIII.        “School Craze: Jewish High Schooling Goes Boom” reads the title of a recent... 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

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

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