Learning about Learning
> Join us May 7 to celebrate Inspiring Teaching. A panel of educational leaders from four different contexts (Catholic, Muslim, urban and Jewish) will explore the impact of context-specific teacher education.
> Jonathan Krasner has been named the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Chair in Jewish Education Research.
> A Philosophy of Havruta: Understanding and Teaching the Art of Text Study in Pairs, which emerged from the Beit Midrash Research Project, has won the 2014 National Jewish Book Award!
> Report explores day school teachers' views on their professional preparation.
When Jewish educators articulate ambitious learning outcomes, when we cultivate shared responsibility for learning and assess learning consistently, and when we are relentlessly curious about students’ understandings, we move towards Jewish education that can make a deep and lasting difference in the lives of students and the vibrancy of the Jewish community.
To achieve this vision, the Center promotes the study of learners and learning across Jewish educational contexts and settings.
> Learn more about our vision for the future.