Associate Professor of Jewish Education in the Education Program and the Hornstein Program for Jewish Professional Leadership
Hornstein Program in Jewish Professional Leadership
Jewish experiential education, professional and leadership development
I have two sets of primary interests. The first is in Jewish education with a special interest in experiential learning and the professionals who create those possibilities. The second is an interest in child development and particularly the areas of creativity and caring and their intersection.
Harvard University, Ed.D.
Brandeis University, M.A.
Harvard University, M.Ed.
City College of New York, B.A.
Awards and Honors
National Jewish Book Award in Education (Succeding at Jewish Education: How One Synagogue Made It Work) (1997)
Human Development Research Award, American Educational Research Association, for research on moral development of kibutz adolescents and young adults (1988)
|ED||157b||The Psychology of Student Learning|
|ED||163b||Creativity and Caring|
|HRNS||205f||Summer Camp: The American Jewish Experience|
|HRNS||206b||Informal Education in Jewish Settings|
|HRNS||248f||Jewish Texts for Professional Leaders|
|HRNS||380a||Proseminar: Issues, Structure, and Perspectives of the American Jewish Community|