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18 Ways Israel is Changing the World

18 Ways Israel is Changing the World | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

As a special Independence Day gift to our readers, ISRAEL21c has put together a unique online exhibition called 18 Ways Israel is Changing the World, which you can stage anywhere.

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 Teaching Jewish Holidays in Early Childhood Education in Israel.

Teaching Jewish holidays in secular kindergartens in Israel is a major part of the early childhood education curriculum and often revolves around myths of heroism. The telling of these stories frequently evokes strong nationalist feelings of identification with fighting as they describe survival wars and conflicts in which the heroes are mostly male fighters and Jewish victory over the enemy is celebrated. Thus the teaching of the holidays hidden agenda strengthens ceremonial, patriarchal and national ideas. This paper proposes a number of educational alternatives in accordance with critical feminist pedagogy and Jewish values of social justice. The article focuses on three major holidays: Hanukah, Purim and Passover. It shows in each one of them the conventional reading of the holiday which is the traditional way it is being taught in secular kindergartens, the holiday through a critical feminist pedagogy lens and application in early childhood classrooms.

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The Art of Prayer – V’ani Teflilati – I Will Become My Prayer

The Art of Prayer – V’ani Teflilati – I Will Become My Prayer | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
“Prayer can be electric and alive. Prayer can touch the soul, burst forth a creative celebration of the spirit, and open deep wells of gratitude, longing and praise. Prayer can connect us to our Living Source and to each other, enfolding us in love and praise, wonder and gratitude, awe and thankfulness. Jewish prayer in its essence is soul dialogue and calls us into relationship within and beyond. Through the power of ancient and modern words and melodies, we venture into realms of deep emotion and find longing, sorrow, hope, wholeness, connection and peace.
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Teens at a Seder with Their Parents Probably Enjoyed Themselves

Teens at a Seder with Their Parents Probably Enjoyed Themselves | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Like nearly any other segment of the population, broad strokes fail to fully capture how teens think about, feel about, relate to, and engage in Jewish life. But, certain themes emerged after examining the entirety of the research. We believe highlighting some of these findings with you will be helpful. Some of the findings presented below are accompanied by quotes from teens. Of course there were many quotes we could choose to share; we tried to present varied perspectives here, and certainly invite you to read more about the research findings in the digital version of Generation Now.
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Yom Ha'zikaron & Yom Ha'atzmaut

Yom Ha'zikaron & Yom Ha'atzmaut | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
On Yom Ha'zikaron, we remember Israel's fallen soldiers and victims of terror. This day of national mourning is immediately followed by Yom Ha'atzmaut, which highlights the exhilaration of having a state and a home. This 48-hour experience is unique in its highs and lows, and together, represents the realities of Israel today.
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Gleanings: Unleashing the Power of Congregational Education

Gleanings: Unleashing the Power of Congregational Education | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Ever since the 1992 National Jewish Population Study, many of us—educators, clergy, philanthropists—have been engaged in heroic efforts to revitalize congregational education. While we have had made notable progress for which we should be rightly proud, this field has remained stubbornly resistant to deep transformation. This past October, The Davidson School of JTS brought together a group of scholars, rabbis, educators, and change practitioners from across denominations and North America to learn together and begin to design an innovative path forward. Out of this gathering came a renewed sense of hope, a desire for collaboration among diverse institutions, and a revitalized sense of transformative purpose.
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Generation Now: Understanding and Engaging Jewish Teens Today

Generation Now: Understanding and Engaging Jewish Teens Today | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
The Jewish Education Project is excited to unveil shared outcomes, indicators, and measurement tools that will gauge Jewish education and engagement among teens participating in Jewish experiences. We believe these mechanisms will have major ramifications for all elements of teen Jewish education and engagement – from the funding and design of initiatives to the practitioners who interact directly with teens.
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What Happens To Your Brain When It Hears A Story by  JOHN BROWNLEE

What Happens To Your Brain When It Hears A Story by  JOHN BROWNLEE | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
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לימוד אנגלית לדוברי עברית - ספרי לימוד וקריאה

לימוד אנגלית לדוברי עברית - ספרי לימוד וקריאה | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
ספרי לימוד אנגלית, ספרי ילדים, הדרכת מורים ותלמידים
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HoSPEP

HoSPEP | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

The Head of School Professional Excellence Project (HoSPEP) embraces the idea that rising educational leaders greatly benefit from mentorship and coaching by more experienced peers.

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Microsoft Clip Art has finally got a proper makeover

Microsoft Clip Art has finally got a proper makeover | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Pickit is now integrated into Office and Windows 10 so you can use its legally-cleared, crowdsourced images to spruce up your dull documents.

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Yom Ha’Atzmaut Activities

Yom Ha’Atzmaut Activities | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

Games, songs, rhymes and recipes to celebrat Yom Ha'Atzmaut.

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About – Luria Academy of Brooklyn

About – Luria Academy of Brooklyn | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

Room on the Bench: A Project of the Luria Academy of Brooklyn works to transform the experience of students with special needs and their families into one that fully integrates them as members of the Jewish day school community, collaborating with schools to create an inclusive environment through modeling best practices, online guides, and consulting services.

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Introducing: Jewish Summer Camp for Adults

Introducing: Jewish Summer Camp for Adults | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Come back to the curious and courageous days of childhood. When every day held the mysteries of new friends, fantastic discoveries and audacious adventures. When we played with reckless abandon that left us with skinned knees that were always worth it. Come to Camp Nai Nai Nai and be a kid again.
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Can We Attract the Majority of American Jews to Day Schools?

Can We Attract the Majority of American Jews to Day Schools? | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Jewish day schools also need to formulate their vision in a clear and concise manner, and market it together with the larger Jewish community. Many families who have not been exposed to Jewish day schools often view our learning communities as homogeneous, narrow, and parochial, when nothing could be farther from the truth. If our goal is to attract the majority of American Jews, we need to market Jewish day school and its value using the best methods and practices that have been successful in other industries.
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Holocaust Education? There’s an App for That.

Holocaust Education? There’s an App for That. | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

When you think about elementary education, do you think: “I find it a good idea to introduce horrific, incomprehensible subjects in an age-inappropriate manner that could haunt a child forever, and I find it best to do that via an impersonal, hand-held device that allows a child to have emotionally shattering experiences solo, without parental or pedagogical support, on the same tech-toy they use to play Talking Tom”? Yes? Well, then, as Yom HaShoah approaches, you will love these two Holocaust apps for children.

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Jewish Life in Cuba: Amidst the Poverty There is Richness

Jewish Life in Cuba: Amidst the Poverty There is Richness | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
I recently traveled throughout Cuba with 16 congregants from Beth Emeth in Wilmington, DE. At each stop, as we engaged with the island’s history, its challenges, its people, and especially its Jewish communities, I was reminded of the story of Bonchi the Silent.
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Calling Jewish Educators: FREE Jerusalem Scavenger Hunt resource - Israel ScaVentures

Calling Jewish Educators: FREE Jerusalem Scavenger Hunt resource - Israel ScaVentures | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
In this educators resource guide, we will give you a basis for a Jerusalem Scavenger Hunt activity and we will give you a list of our favorite Jerusalem/Israel resources. This guide can be used by formal and informal Jewish education settings alike.
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Educational Resources for Yom HaShoah - Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day

Educational Resources for Yom HaShoah - Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Yom HaShoah - Thursday, May 5, 2016
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Moving Israel Education Beyond ‘Complexity’ to ‘Responsibility’

Moving Israel Education Beyond ‘Complexity’ to ‘Responsibility’ | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Israel provides a uniquely Jewish space to examine how Judaism should respond to the public square, as Rabbi Prof. David Hartman argued in his seminal essay, “Auschwitz or Sinai”: “Moral seriousness and political maturity and wisdom must come to our nation if we are to be judged by the way we struggle to integrate the Sinai covenant with the complexities of political realities.”
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Children's book: Me too! The story of a little dog that wanted more and more...: (Bedtime story for beginners and early readers 3-8, Rhymes picture book) - Kindle edition by Lea Kirshenberg, Bhangg...

Children's book: Me too! The story of a little dog that wanted more and more...: (Bedtime story for beginners and early readers 3-8, Rhymes picture book) - Kindle edition by Lea Kirshenberg, Bhangga Santoso. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Children's book: Me too! The story of a little dog that wanted more and more...: (Bedtime story for beginners and early readers 3-8, Rhymes picture book).
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The New Jewish Diaspora?

The New Jewish Diaspora? | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
A first-ever initiative from the Israeli government is mapping the worldwide multi-ethnic, multi-racial Jewish world — and that world is growing.
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The Future Of Open Access: Why Has Academia Not Embraced The Internet Revolution? - Forbes

The Future Of Open Access: Why Has Academia Not Embraced The Internet Revolution? - Forbes | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
The web has democratized access to much of the world’s information, yet the scholarly output of the world’s universities remains steadfastly inaccessible
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Repairing The World In 72 Hours

Repairing The World In 72 Hours | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

Make-a-thons pair techies and people with disabilities to turn tikkun olam into action.

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American Jewish Children’s Thoughts and Feelings About the Jewish State: Laying the Groundwork for a Developmental Approach to Israel Education - Online First - Springer

American Jewish Children’s Thoughts and Feelings About the Jewish State: Laying the Groundwork for a Developmental Approach to Israel Education - Online First - Springer | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
This study presents the first longitudinal data on American Jewish children’s thoughts and feelings about Israel, highlighting children’s development between kindergarten and second grade. Drawing upon interviews and photo and music elicitation exercises with Jewish elementary school students, the research examines both children’s conceptual understandings of Israel—what they imagine it to be—and their feelings toward Israel. The research finds that throughout the early elementary grades, children think of Israel as a place where both good and bad can happen—a duality that remains relatively stable over time. Yet their feelings about Israel change over time, as consistently happy emotions give way to a wider range of affective responses to Israel, including worry, fear, and sadness. This manuscript examines both children’s static conceptions of Israel and their changing feelings about the Jewish state, addressing the implications of these findings for elementary school Israel education and Jewish communal policy toward youth engagement with Israel.
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