Judaic Enrichment as a Change Agent in Early Childhood Education: Limitations and Possibilities

By Lisa D. Grant, Frieda Robins

Rabbinical Assembly of America (RA), 2001

Forty-two teachers from two Conservative synagogue preschools participated in a two-year program of Judaic enrichment. While rates of participation were the same and the overall evaluation of the experience was positive at both schools, what appears to be happening subsequent to the conclusion of the formal program is quite different at each of them. The study examines the potential reasons for such different items.

Topic: Educators, Nursery Schools, Education, Day Care, Preschools, Teachers, Child Care

Name of Publication: Conservative Judaism

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Grant, Lisa D. Robins, Frieda. Judaic Enrichment as a Change Agent in Early Childhood Education: Limitations and Possibilities. Conservative Judaism. Rabbinical Assembly of America (RA). 2001: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=940


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