The Educated Jew

The Educated Jew

The authors here are engaged in an argument leshem Shamayim, for the sake of Heaven, over the question of what should a Jewish day school produce. Some emphasize cultural knowledge: Hebrew fluency, tefillah mastery, literacy of core texts in the Jewish library. Others view middot as central: ethics, commitment, curiosity, caring; while yet others choose social action as the goal.

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HaYidion The Educated Jew Summer 2010

Articles From This Issue

  • Creating Jewish Citizens
    Jill Jacobs
  • Shema Bekolah—Listen to Her Voice: Women and Gender in Jewish Education
    Judith Rosenbaum
  • Bridging Dualism: Cross-Curricular Learning in the Jewish High School
    Rebecca Shargel
  • Praying Without the Lake
    Eve Rudin
  • Envision Ideals, Not the Graduate
    Eric Grossman
  • Characteristics of the Ideal Barrack Graduate: A Work in Progress
    Steven M. Brown
  • The Importance of Vision in Early Childhood Jewish Education
    Diana Ganger
  • From the Editor
    Barbara Davis
  • Educating for Character and Leadership in an Israeli Religious High School
    Jeremy Stavisky
  • From the Desk of Arnee Winshall, RAVSAK Chair
    Arnee Winshall
  • Adult Jewish Learning: Modeling Risk and Growth
    Leslie Pugach
  • Visions: Past, Present, Future
    Interview with Daniel Marom
  • How a School and its Board Create “A” Human Beings
    Howard Farber
  • The “Jewish” in Jewish Day Schools: Aspirations for Our Graduates
    Susan Kardos
  • Vision in Development
    Ray Levi
  • Should Jewish Day Schools Aspire to Create Educated Jews?
    Jon A. Levisohn
  • Bookcase
    RAVSAK Staff
  • Bridging Vision, Curriculum, and Student Learning
    Charlotte Abramson and Alex Sinclair
  • Talmud Torah Keneged Kulam: Martin Buber’s Secular Vision of the Educated Jew
    Judah Levine
  • The Vision of a Jewish Educational Leader
    Daniel Pekarsky
  • Jewish Day Schools as Incubators of Kavannah
    Saul P. Wachs