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This course explores assessment practices used for, of, and as learning. Participants will gain the tools needed to create comprehensive assessments, as well as the knowledge necessary to navigate the ever-changing world of educational assessment

Semester: Online Fall 2020 Semester B- October 28 to December 22, 2020

(GRADES: All)
Many supplementary schools pride themselves on being welcoming to interfaith families. But what does this mean in practice? And is being welcoming enough?

Teachers often find themselves at the intersection of Jewish communal norms and the lives of the families they...

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Semester: Summer B: July 6

An examination and analysis of the ethical and legal issues peculiar to Jewish education institutions and their relationship to those commonly found in secular institutions. This course will utilize case studies of current issues and their application to individual student experiences.

This course examines the relationship between ethnicity, gender, and religion as categories through which humans make meaning. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, we explore the subject through primary texts, theoretical analyses, and historical studies. Our goal is to gain a deeper...

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This course  provides a general overview of the practice of experiential Jewish education. It explores  the historical trends, pedagogical frameworks and current models relevant to the field.   Actively engaging with course material, students will be encouraged to share their experiences as both...

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Semester: Online Fall 2020 Semester A- August 26 to October 20, 2020

This survey course introduces the beliefs, values, practices, and historical origins of many of the world's religions as well as non-religious worldviews, and also grants significant attention to the contemporary environment of religion, including secularization, the relationship between...

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Young Jews “become” bar and bat mitzvah at ages thirteen and twelve respectively. How individuals, families and communities “have” a b’nai mitzvah and mark this rite of passage has varied through place and time. This course will offer a framework for assessing student and family needs and...

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Semester: Summer B: July 6

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