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Propaganda, oppression, and assault evolved over time in Germany but, once perfected, was quickly enacted in countries subsequently conquered by the Nazis. Each country and its population, however, had different responses and interactions with Nazi rule depending on a range of factors.  This...

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Semester: Cohort II: Fall Online Session B: October 24 – December 18, 2018

Research has empirically demonstrated that the more we involve students in their own learning, the more invested they are & the better they integrate information. Active Learning captures students’ attention & keeps them highly engaged. Hallmarks of Active Learning include:...

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Semester: Course begins February 20, 2018 and will be four weeks long.

Authentic & meaningful prayer can be difficult to achieve, let alone to teach. Once our students have mastered the basics of Hebrew decoding, many prayer teachers have similar goals; we want our students to read the Hebrew prayers with fluency, find personal meaning in them, &...

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This course surveys major trends and developments in American Jewish history from the community's beginnings in the colonial period through the early twenty-first century. Students will become familiar with the leading personalities, events, movements and institutions that shaped Jewish life in...

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Semester: Online Fall Semester B: October 24 to December 18

This course surveys major trends and developments in American Jewish history from the community's beginnings in the colonial period through the early twenty-first century. Students will become familiar with the leading personalities, events, movements and institutions...

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Semester: Online Fall Semester B: October 24 to December 18

This course surveys major trends and developments in American Jewish history from the community's beginnings in the colonial period through the early twenty-first century. Students will become familiar with the leading personalities, events, movements and institutions...

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Semester: Online Fall Semester B: October 24 to December 18

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This is an introduction to the unique civilization that Jews built in the lands of Eastern Europe, a civilization from which nearly all American and European Jews and half of all Israeli Jews are descended, and which the Nazis devoted particular fury to destroying. The course will begin with the...

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Semester: Spring 2019B: February 27 – April 30, 2019

Using 21st Century Learning Skills – creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication – we will infuse fresh energy into how you approach holiday teaching. We will explore new and innovative ways of approaching the Jewish year. Knowing that Jewish students revisit the topic...

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Semester: Course begins February 20, 2018 and will be four weeks long.

Biblical Hebrew  provides an introductory experience in the language of the Bible for students who can decode (phonetically read) Hebrew.  The course focuses on the fundamentals of biblical Hebrew's grammatical structures and constructs, including its elaborate root word system and its rich...

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Semester: Online Traditional Semester with live webinar sessions on Wednesday evenings, 8:00-9:30pm EST ( August 22 to December 18)

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