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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: Online Fall 2019 B- October 23 – December 17

This course explores a difficult, complex and emotionally charged subject: the American response to the Holocaust. While most historians agree that the nation’s response was inadequate, and that a more forceful and effective rescue policy might have saved many lives, they disagree about what was...

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The final report includes the collection and implementation of data, along with recommendations for further research if appropriate. Analysis of application of the topic to the students' professional practice should be included.

Semester: Fall 2019 Traditional (15 weeks) August 21 – December 10

The final report includes the collection and implementation of data, along with recommendations for further research if appropriate. Analysis of application of the topic to the students’ professional practice should be included.

This course will provide practical, hands-on, digital-age solutions to reach and teach all learners. Universal Design for Learning is a framework to help educators meet the challenge of teaching diverse learners in the 21st century. UDL provides a blueprint for creating flexible goals, methods,...

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The course will examine the causes, historical developments, and impact of the genocides, including the Holocaust in the Balkans, during the twentieth century. The focus will be the two Balkan Wars of 1912/13, the little known aspects of the Holocaust, the multiple genocides in Southeastern...

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Semester: Online Fall 2019 A – August 21 – October 15

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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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 Fall 2019 Traditional (15 weeks) August 21- December 10

An exploration and application of instructional strategies to teach students to be better thinkers will be undertaken, including the examination of five researched-based themes.

The issue of business ethics has been prominent in the news recently because several large American corporations have been accused of serious fraud violations. Jewish law contains a great deal of discussion concerning business practices and business ethics, and the current climate is an...

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