Publication Date: January 2008
Publisher: Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education
Author(s): Renee Rubin Ross; Meredith Woocher; Jonathan S. Woocher
Research Area: Culture and religion; Education
Keywords: Jewish Continuity; Education; Curriculum
This extract from JESNA's Lippman Kanfer Institute Working Paper presents three design principles crucial for the future of Jewish education: The centrality of relationships and the social experience of learning as dynamic forces that shape an evolving identity and build commitment and community in a fragmented world; Jewish learning as "life-centered," addressing the totality of our aspirations, concerns, and experiences; and the Learner as Active Agent
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