Source: Summer Institute for Jewish Teaching and Learning
Spend four days (July 21 - July 24, 2014) at Case Western Reserve University this summer studying with experts in Jewish history, theology and culture, and in Jewish education. An outgrowth of the popular Moreh L’Morim, this conference is for you if you are a Jewish educator, a communal professional, or a life-long learner. Whether you are a Clevelander or an out-of-town visitor, you will find that this unique 4-day program offers an unparalleled intellectual and social experience: a hybrid of a graduate seminar, a professional-development conference, and a "Road Scholar” educational adventure.
Among the Institute Courses:
- The Jewish Lens - Zion Ozeri
- The Longest Hatred: Anti-Judaism From Antiquity to the Modern Era - Alan Levenson, Ph.D.
- Integrating Technology and Jewish Education - Yehudit Freudenberger
- Jewish Education for What? - Jon Levisohn, Ph.D.
- Using the Arts to Explore High Holy Day Themes - Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer
- Teaching T'fillah: Making Your Lessons Powerful, Effective, and Fun - Harvey Leven, M.A., R.J.E.
- Philosophical Inquiry with Tanach - Jen Glaser, Ph.D. and Howard Deitcher, Ph.D.
For more information and registration see the Summer Institute webpage.