3 edition of Jewish education and history found in the catalog.
Jewish education and history
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Moshe Aberbach ; edited and translated by David Aberbach.|
|Series||Routledge Jewish Studies Series -- 31|
|LC Classifications||BM509.E3 A2413 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415489966, 9780203876480|
|LC Control Number||2008052123|
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Focusing on the history of Jewish education and linking the Roman destruction of the Jewish state in 70 CE with Jewish survival after the Holocaust, and how survival of both depended on a strong system of education Jewish education and history book the moral example set by teachers, the book explores the vital importance of education to Jewish survival from biblical times.
The backbone of all ancient Jewish education was Scripture alone, “It has always to be remembered that Jewish education was entirely religious education.
There was no text-book except the Scriptures; all primary education was preparation for reading the Law; and all. Jewish Education Program We work with educators and young people to connect the past to the present.
Through the integration of history and ethics, this unique program expands students' exploration of their Jewish identity, deepens their understanding of modern Jewish history, and honors the principles of social justice and repairing the world. History of Jewish Education from BCE to CE by Nathan Drazin) At some point in early Jewish history, some of those who were “educated” Jewish education and history book were all men in those days), began to earn their living through reading and writing, and these were known as “scribes” or “soferim” - a term derived from the Hebrew word “sefer.
Jewish education, when done by the book, is a little strange. Keep in mind that we’re talking about Judaism’s most vital institution. Jews make major decisions in their lives (like where they are going to live and how much they need to make) centered around their kids’ : Tzvi Freeman.
Jewish Education, what we’ll see in this very post, turns out to be the first record of homeschooling in the history. “If a word spoken in its time is worth one piece of money, silence is two.” – Talmud.
The Jews were the ancient people of God, the “chosen people,” whose history is recorded in the Old Testament Scriptures. The Jewish Early Childhood Education Partnership, a recently formed non-profit advocacy and educational organization dedicated to putting Jewish early childhood education on the national Jewish communal agenda, estimates that approximatelyJewish children between birth and six years of age (out of an estimated ,) are in a Jewish.
Among the other prominent German Jewish educators were Kurt Levinstein, author of research on the history of education and the teaching of literature; Leo *Kestenberg, author and editor of books on musical education; and Fritz *Karsen, head of the Karl-Marx-Schule in Berlin, a specialist in experimental schools and later professor of education.
"[A] fascinating story."-- "Jewish Journal of South Florida" "[A] well-written, deeply researched, and richly annotated volume."-- "H-JUDAIC" "Jonathan Krasner's excellent book tells the story of Samson Benderly and his disciples and the effect that they had on American Jewish education in the first half of the twentieth by: The National Museum of American Jewish of History is pleased to offer OpenBook: Discovering American Jewish History Through on material culture from the Museum’s collection, the lessons in this national curriculum challenge students to exercise critical thinking and inquiry-based learning skills while exploring the American Jewish experience.
Jewish education an autonomous development unaffected by epochal social changes. Notwithstanding the few valuable details offered in this book, the work as a whole can hardly be considered as a historical account of Jewish education during so crucial a period as the Second Com-monwealth.
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The history of Jewish life throughout the ages, as well as the contemporary Jewish experience, convincingly suggests that informal Jewish education is a serious and legitimate partner in the larger Jewish educational enterprise and that it has the potential to be a powerful complement to Jewish schooling in enriching personal Jewish lifestyle.
He studied Ancient History and Hebrew at Leeds University and received his Ph.D. () from London University for a study of Jewish education in the time of the Talmud, later published in Hebrew.
Among his other publications are books on Targum, Jewish labor in the talmudic period, and (with his son, David) the Roman-Jewish : Moshe Aberbach. Explore our list of Jewish History Books at Barnes & Noble®.
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The Chosen Few: How Education Shaped Jewish History, is a book by Zvi Eckstein and Maristella Botticini. It won the National Jewish Book Award. The book proposes theories about three economic aspects of Jewish history: the transition from agriculture to trade and other urban professions, the creation of the Jewish diaspora, and the decline of Jewish population particularly.
Judaism (jōō´dəĬz´əm, jōō´dē–), the religious beliefs and practices and the way of life of the term itself was first used by Hellenized Jews to describe their religious practice, but it is of predominantly modern usage; it is not used in the Bible or in Rabbinic literature and only rarely in the literature of.
This book contains entries from thousands of publications whether in English, Hebrew, Yiddish, and German-books, research reports, educational and general periodicals, synagogue histories, conference proceedings, bibliographies, and encyclopedias-on all aspects of Jewish education from pre-school through secondary educationCited by: 4.
Jewish history plays a fundamental role in a Jewish education. Not only does Jewish history significantly strengthen Jewish identity, it endows students with invaluable mental power.
OCLC Number: Description: xxvii, pages 22 cm: Contents: I. Beginnings The rise of Jewish education The elementary school The woman and her education sation The basic principles of organisation The school and its equipment The elementary school at work curriculum The scope of studies Reading --writing --arithmetic bible.
History is essential to understanding the Jewish faith, which is embedded in tradition, law and culture. Judaism is the world’s oldest monotheistic religion, dating back nearly 4, years. --Opposition to the biblical prophets in the Talmud --Pharaoh and Roman Egypt in rabbinic literature --King Hezekiah and Judah Hanasi: messianic links --The rabbis, education and the obliteration of class --Charismatic and anti-charismatic elements in Judaism --Saadia Gaon and the struggle for Jewish unity --Maimonides: myth and reality.
Succeeding at Jewish Education: How One Synagogue Made it Work By Joseph Reimer Jewish Publication Society, Read preview Overview "Resistance and War": The Holocaust in American Jewish Education, By Sheramy, Rona American Jewish History, Vol. 91, No. 2, June But as someone who feels responsible for thinking about the future of the Jewish people on a daily basis, specifically w/r/t the cost of living Jewishly, this book stokes many of the concerns I have - essentially, the Jewish population declined dramatically between 70 CE and CE because Jewish education cost too much, and didn't have a whole 4/5.
What Is Jewish Education. According to biblical law, a child is not obligated to observe mitzvot until reaching adulthood. Nevertheless, there’s a mitzvah of rabbinic origin, known as chinuch, for parents to educate their children to do mitzvot and to avoid doing things that the Torah forbids.
The mitzvah of chinuch kicks in for each mitzvah as soon as the child is capable of observing that. This site is made possible with support from the Jim Joseph Foundation, which is devoted to fostering compelling, effective Jewish learning experiences for youth and young adults in the U.S.
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The Everything Jewish History and Heritage Book: From Prepare yourself for an extraordinary adventure. In the following pages, you’ll traverse a time continuum spanning more than 4, years as you learn about the history of the Jewish people.
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Maristella Botticini and Zvi Eckstein, The Chosen Few: How Education Shaped Jewish History. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. xvii + pp. $ (hardcover) ISBN: Reviewed for by Carmel U.
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Primary education gave the Jewish boy a thorough knowledge of Mosaic history. Higher education was given to the detailed study of the Law--its practice and definition.
Girls were given instruction in domestic duties, such as spinning, weaving, the preparation of food, caring for children. During the challenging days of COVID, we invite you to virtually join the Quarantine Book Club for conversations with authors about books, writing, and telling Jewish stories.
Watch recordings of past QBC gatherings here. Presented in partnership with JewishLIVE. Besides this, Jewish children receive instruction also in special religious schools (Talmud Torah Schulen). The founding of Jewish elementary schools called for normal schools for Jewish teachers.
In a teachers' seminary was founded at Cassel; others are in Berlin, Hanover, Münster, etc. Teaching Jewish History. Whether you are teaching Jewish history as an integrated course with general history or as a separate subject, it can be a challenge to find age-appropriate materials that bring the subject alive to your students.
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Please join us for a lively discussion led by an expert on the book. For the most comprehensive bibliography on this topic, see A Bibliography of Jewish Education in the United States, compiled and edited by Norman Drachler ().
Ehrenpreis, Yael, and Monty Penkower. From Zelmanowitz to Selman: Four Generations of an American Jewish Family (in press). Gartner, Lloyd P. Jewish Education in the United States: A Documentary History ().
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