The impact of the Mandel Center is measured in terms of ideas, institutions and people: new and powerful ideas about teaching and learning, institutions with improved ways of working and people with stronger capacities to create the conditions for learning for students and colleagues.
Teachers bring practices developed in the laboratory setting of the Mandel Center to other teaching contexts. And intensive, ongoing work with schools to improve their cultures for teaching and learning pays off in system-wide transformation. This is the Center’s core mission: studying Jewish teaching to revitalize Jewish learning.
Learn about the impact of the Center's work:
- Visit the Induction Partnership, a project encouraging school change in its partner schools via work on teacher induction.
- See how the Beit Midrash Research Project is changing a local supplementary school.
- View a list of recent presentations or publications by Center researchers.
- See other research products the Center generates, including a multimedia webcase by DeLeT alumna Shira Horowitz.
- Read about the supports the Center offers to teachers.
In our 2008-09 Annual Report [download PDF], we invited you to: