Hebrew Education

Hebrew Education

What are the goals of Hebrew in day schools? Do we teach it primarily to access religious texts or to speak in Tel Aviv? What are we achieving today, and what can we realistically strive to achieve? Contributors believe in the capacity of day schools to teach Hebrew and present methods and tools for achieving high goals in Hebrew.

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HaYidion Hebrew Education

Articles From This Issue

  • We Can Graduate Students Who Know Hebrew
    Naomi Stillman
  • Back to the Future: Achieving Hebrew Fluency in the Contemporary Day School
    Devora Steinmetz
  • Transforming the Teaching and Learning of Hebrew Language
    Amy Bardack
  • Context Makes Hebrew Relevant in Ecuador
    Priscila Alvarado and Miriam Cohen
  • Are We Ready for a Standardized Measure of Hebrew Reading?
    Scott J. Goldberg and Elana R. Weinberger
  • Assessment for Success
    Tova Shimon
  • Tools and Contents in the Online Teaching of Hebrew as a Foreign Language
    Luba Charlap
  • From Deep in the Heart of Texas–מעומק ליבה של טקסס
    Elliott Rabin
  • עץ חיים היא: Integrated Lesson Using Trees as Metaphors
    Susan Couden, Krista Foster and Eran Rosenberg
  • This Is Your Brain on Hebrew
    Joel M. Hoffman
  • Between Catch-Up and Intimidation: Teaching the Alef Bet to High School Freshmen
    Miriam Harpaz
  • Making the Most of Hebrew Primary Sources: Five Projects
    Tal Grinfas-David
  • Returning Literature to the Hebrew Language Curriculum
    Yaron Peleg
  • From the Editor
    Barbara Davis
  • Empowering Middle School Students to Take Ownership of Their Hebrew Learning
    Eti Zehavi
  • From the Desk of Arnee Winshall, RAVSAK Chair
    Arnee Winshall
  • Transliterating Hebrew: How We Do It at HaYidion
    Elliott Rabin
  • Shifting Paradigms in Hebrew Learning and Teaching
    Vardit Ringvald