The Jewish Message as Medium: Jewish Education in the Information Age

By Joel Lurie Grishaver

Torah Aura Productions, Summer 2007

Hebrew schools are too often places that train docents for the Museum of Former Jewish Life. They are like guides in the orchestra section who can identify the oboe, the viola, and the kettle drums, but cannot tune or play any of them. We teach students about Judaism; we don't teach Judaism as a life process. The best possible future is when we begin to teach Judaism and do so in a Jewish way.

Topic: Part-Time (Supplementary) Schools, Education, Sunday Schools, Hebrew Schools

Name of Publication: Jewish Education News

Volume/Issue: Summer 2007

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Language: English

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Grishaver, Joel Lurie. The Jewish Message as Medium: Jewish Education in the Information Age. Jewish Education News. Torah Aura Productions. Summer 2007: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=2170


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