Practical Pedagogy for the Jewish Classroom: Classroom Management, Instruction, and Curriculum Development

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PRACTICAL PEDAGOGY FOR THE JEWISH CLASSROOM
Classroom Management, Instruction, and Curriculum Development

Daniel B. Kohn


The Greenwood Educators' Reference Collection

GREENWOOD PRESS

Westport, Connecticut · London

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Practical Pedagogy for the Jewish Classroom: Classroom Management, Instruction, and Curriculum Development
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Part One - Jewish Classroom Management 1
  • Sanctifying Jewish Studies 3
  • Presence 7
  • Attunement 12
  • Challenging Authority 16
  • Derekh Eretz 24
  • I'M Not Your Friend, I'M Your Teacher 27
  • The Merits of Havruta Study 30
  • The Need for Assessment in Jewish Studies 33
  • Consequences of Conduct 36
  • Notes Home 42
  • The Triangle 46
  • The Paradox of Personal Investment 53
  • Part Two - Jewish Educators 57
  • Encouraging Inquisitiveness 59
  • Ambiguity and Tension 63
  • Unexamined Beliefs 66
  • Teaching Belief 71
  • Critical Methodology 76
  • Teaching Morality 80
  • Minyonim 88
  • Mishmarot 95
  • Heshbon Nefesh and Continuous Learning 105
  • Part Three - Jewish Studies Curricula 109
  • The Great Potential of Jewish Education 111
  • The Religion of the Rabbis 117
  • Knowledge vs. Skills 122
  • Text-Driven Vs. Content-Driven Curricula 130
  • Hebrew as the Language of Instruction 144
  • Tracking 150
  • Navigation Skills 159
  • Using Technology in Jewish Studies 162
  • Formats of Jewish Education 166
  • Afterword 177
  • Glossary 179
  • Select Bibliography of Recommended Sources 191
  • Index 197
  • About the Author 203
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