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Violence and wars around the world have resulted in thousands of people being displaced from their home countries. This course will discuss the many hardships faced by refugees, including lack of adequate housing, food, and medicine, as well as the discrimination many refugees face.
 

Semester: TBD

(GRADES: PK-6)
Participants in this course will learn practical strategies that will help them create a positive teaching and learning environment. The class will focus on how to set clear expectations; how to create and implement a positive behavior reinforcement plan; how to respond to...

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Semester: Summer B: July 6

This introductory course will provide Ed.D. and Jewish Communal Service MA candidates with the tools needed to interpret and conduct basic social science research, for Jewish educators and communal professionals. The course will introduce students to: general methodological concepts, language...

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This course analyzes various types of Jewish resistance during the Holocaust. Through a careful study of primary and secondary sources, the course will discuss the multifaceted forms of resistance staged by the Jewish people who were caught up in the murderous attempts of Nazi perpetrators....

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

In 1994, fifty years after the pledge of "Never Again," the Tutsi ethnic minority in Rwanda suffered a genocide that killed an estimated 75-80 percent of their population. In this course, we will explore the factors that led to the genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda and how the Rwandan case compare...

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