Joseph Reimer uses his experience and talent as an ethnographer to bring to life the drama of one synagogueas struggle to make Jewish education work. Reimer spent more than two years as an observer within the synagogue, studying the afternoon religious education programs for children, families, and adults. As a result of his observations and discussions with rabbis, teachers, and parents, Reimer came away with the important insights into what makes Jewish education succeed, which form the basis for this book.Bible stories are first introduced as part of the second-grade curriculum, using D. Meilacha#39;s First Book of Bible Heroes (Ktav, 1963). During third grade, S. Rossela#39;s A Childa#39;s Bible: Lessons from the Torah (Behrman House, 1988) is introducedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Succeeding at Jewish Education|
|Publisher||:||Jewish Publication Society - 1997|