Publication Date: January 2008
Publisher: Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education
Author(s): Gabe Goldman
Research Area: Culture and religion; Education
Keywords: Jewish Values; Youth Engagement; Environment; Education
The author discusses the range of ways in which environmental issues are integrated into Jewish education curricula. He identifies four elements of experiential education that involve students' relationship to their learning experience: 1) each other; 2) their teacher; 3) their curriculum; and 4) their physical setting. The author provides examples of Jewish environmental educational approaches which incorporate these elements.
In Jewish Education News, Summer 2008.
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