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Sharon Feiman-Nemser

Feiman-Nemser, Sharon, Miriam Ben Peretz, ed. "Adapting Teacher Education Programs to the Changing Needs of Educational Systems." Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016. (forthcoming)

Feiman-Nemser, Sharon. "Generating Knowledge to Improve Practice: The Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education." Ed. Daniel Pekarsky., 2016. 43 pgs. (forthcoming)

Feiman-Nemser, Sharon. "Alternatives in Teacher Education: What Differences Count?." Adapting Teacher Education Programs to Changing Educational Systems. Ed. Sharon Feiman-Nemser & Miriam Ben Peretz. Rowman and Littlefield, 2016. 25. (forthcoming)

Feiman-Nemser, S., Tamir, E. & Hammerness, K. Inspiring Teaching: Context Specific Teacher Education for the 21st Century. Harvard Education Press, 2014.

Feiman-Nemser, S., Schussler, D., Diez, M. E., Murrell, P. (2012). “Swimming in Deep Waters. A Response to ‘A Review of Teaching as a Moral Practice’”. Democracy and Education, 20 (2), Article 11.

Feiman-Nemser, Sharon. "The role of experience in the education of teacher educators." Teacher Educators as Members of a Unique Profession. Ed. M. Ben-Peretz. NY: Rowan & Littlefield, 2013. 189-210.

Feiman-Nemser, S., & Birkeland, S. "Helping school leaders help new teachers: A tool for transforming school-based induction." The New Educator 8:2 (2012) 109-138.

Feiman-Nemser, Sharon. "Beyond solo teaching." Educational Leadership 69:8 (2012) 10-16.

Feiman-Nemser, Sharon. "Creating conditions for serious mentoring: Implications for induction policy." Teachers College Record Volume 114 Number 14, 2012, p. 342-364

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2012) Teachers as Learners. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2011). "Preparing teachers for Jewish schools: Enduring issues in changing contexts." H. Miller, L. Grant & A. Pomson (Eds.), International Handbook of Jewish Education. Springer Press. 937-958.

Murrell, P., Diez, M. Feiman-Nemser, S. & Shussler, D. (Eds.). (2010). Teaching as a Moral Practice: Defining, Developing, and Assessing Professional Dispositions in Teacher Education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Feiman-Nemser, S. & Schussler, D. (2010). "Defining, Developing, and Assessing Dispositions: A Cross-Case Analysis." Teaching as a Moral Practice: Defining, Developing, and Assessing Professional Dispositions in Teacher Education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard  Education Press.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2010). "Multiple Meanings of New Teacher Induction." In J. Wang, S. Odell & R. Clift (Eds.). Past, Present and Future Research on Teacher Induction. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis and the Association of Teacher Educators.

Birkeland, S. & Feiman-Nemser, S. (2009). "Developing Comprehensive Induction in Jewish Day Schools: Lessons from the Field."  Journal of Jewish Education, 75:3, 240-257.

Carver, C.L. and Feiman-Nemser, S. (2009). "Using Policy to Improve Teacher Induction: Critical Elements and Missing Pieces." Educational Policy, 23:2, 295-328.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2008) "Learning to teach." in What We Now Know About Jewish Education: Perspectives on Research for Practice. R. Goodman, P. Flexner & L. Bloomberg (Eds.) Los Angeles: Torah Aura. 213-222.

Feiman-Nemser, S. & Troen, V. (2008). "School-Based Induction Helps New Teachers Thrive." Ha'Yidion: The RAVSAK Journal. Teacher Retention & Development. Winter 2008. Prizmah Center for Jewish Day Schools.

Cochran-Smith, M.; Feiman-Nemser, S. & McIntyre, D.J. (Eds.); Demers, K.E. (Assoc. Ed.) (2008) Handbook of Research on Teacher Education: Enduring Questions in Changing Contexts, Third Edition. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group and the Association of Teacher Educators.

Birkeland, S. and Feiman-Nemser, S. (2007). "Building Professional Learning Communities Through Beginning Teacher Induction." Jewish Educational Leadership. Building Professional Learning Communities 6:1 Fall 2007.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2007). "Professional Learning Communities." 10 Years of Believing in Jewish Day School Education. Boston: Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education.

Carroll, D.; Featherstone, H.; Featherstone, J.; Feiman-Nemser, S. & Roosevelt, D. (Eds.) (2007) Transforming Teacher Education: Reflections from the Field. Cambridge: Harvard Education Press.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2006) "A Teacher Educator Looks at Democracy and Education." In D. T. Hansen (Ed.), John Dewey and Our Educational Prospect: A Critical Engagement with Dewey's Democracy and Education (pp. 129-145). Albany: State University of New York Press.

Yusko, B. & Feiman-Nemser, S. (2006). "Embracing contraries: Combining assistance and assessment in new teacher induction." Teachers College Record. Volume 110, No. 7, 2008.

Stodolsky, S.; Dorph, G.; Feiman-Nemer, S.(2006) Professional Culture and Professional Development in Jewish Schools: Teachers' Perceptions and Experiences. Journal of Jewish Education, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p. 91-108.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2006). Foreword, in J. Shulman & M. Sata (Eds.). Mentoring teachers toward excellence: Supporting and developing highly qualified teachers. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Norman, P. & Feiman-Nemser, S. (2005). "Mind activity in teaching and mentoring." Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education, 21, 681-697.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2003, May). "What new teachers need to learn." Educational Leadership, 25-29.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2002, March). "Teachers Are at the Core of Schools." Sh’ma, 32/589, 5-6.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2001). "From preparation to practice: Designing a continuum to strengthen and sustain teaching." Teachers College Record, Vol. 103(6), 1013-1055.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (2001). "Helping novices learn to teach: Lessons from an exemplary support teacher." Journal of Teacher Education, 52(1), 17-30.

Feiman-Nemser, S. (1997) "Teach them diligently to your children: An experiment in avocational teaching." Religious Education, 92(4), 440-458.

Feiman-Nemser, S. & Dorph, G. (1997). "Beyond prepared materials: Fostering teacher learning in the service of children’s learning." Religious Education, 92(4), 459-478.

Kaplowitz, S. & Feiman-Nemser, S. (1997). "Parents as religious school teachers: A survey of participants in the Avocational Teacher Project at Congregation Kehillat Israel.Religious Education, 92(4), 500-515.


Jon A. Levisohn

Levisohn, Jon A. "What Have We Learned about Learning to Read Talmud." Learning to Read Talmud. Ed. Jane Kanarek and Marjorie Lehman. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2016 (forthcoming)

Levisohn, Jon A. The Interpretive Virtues: A Philosophical Enquiry into the Teaching and Learning of Historical Narratives. London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016. (forthcoming)

Levisohn, J. A. (2016) "Redeeming Jewish Literacy." HaYidion Spring 2016: 12-13.

Levisohn, J. A. (2015). "Historical Thinking--and its Alleged Unnaturalness." Educational Philosophy and Theory 49:6, 618-630.

Levisohn, J. A. (2015). "What Work Do the Concepts of “Language” and “Literature” Do for Michael Rosenak?Journal of Jewish Education 80:4, 411-433.

Levisohn, Jon A. (2015). "How to Go from Vision to Practice (and Back)." Jewish Educational Leadership 13:2, 4-8.

Levisohn, Jon A.  (2014). "A New Theory of Vision." HaYidion Autumn: 31-33, 68.

Levisohn, Jon A.  (2014). "Jewish Educational Philosophy." Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy. D.C. Phillips (Ed.) SAGE Publications, Inc.

Levisohn, J. A. (2013). Turn It and Turn It Again: Studies in the Teaching and Learning of Jewish Texts, co-edited with Susan P. Fendrick. Academic Studies Press.

Jon A. Levisohn, "Cultivating Curiosity about the Teaching of Classical Jewish Texts," with Susan P. Fendrick, in Turn It and Turn It Again: Studies in the Teaching and Learning of Jewish Texts, Jon A. Levisohn and Susan P. Fendrick, eds., Academic Studies Press, 2013.

Levisohn, Jon A. "Rethinking the Education of Cultural Minorities to and from Assimilation: A Perspective from Jewish Education." Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education (DIME) 7. 1 (2013): 54-68.

Levisohn, J. A. (2012). "Becoming a servant: How James Kugel's Conception of Avodat Hashem can help us think about the dispositional goals of Jewish service-learning." Journal of Jewish Communal Service 87:1/2, 105-112.

Levisohn, Jon A. "Pursuing the Pedagogy of Peoplehood: More than Mifgash." Peoplehood Papers 8. (2012): 48-51.

Jon A. Levisohn (2012): Teaching Vision: Cultivating a Philosophical Disposition About Jewish Educational Practice, Journal of Jewish Education, 78:2, 135-169.

Levisohn, J. A.  (2011) "Charting the Reefs: A Map of Multicultural Epistemology," with D.C. Phillips, in Multicultural Epistemology and Educational Theory. Claudia Ruitenberg and D.C. Phillips, eds., Springer.

Levisohn, J. A.  (2010). Do We Know an Orientation When We See It? Continuing the Conversation about the Teaching of Rabbinic Literature. Journal of Jewish Education, 76:3, 272-283.

Levisohn, J.A. (2010). "Should Jewish Day Schools Aspire to Create Educated Jews?Ha'Yidion: The RAVSAK Journal. Summer 2010.

Levisohn, J.A. (2010). "Negotiating Historical Narratives: An Epistemology of History for History Education." Journal of Philosopy of Education, 44:1, 1-21.

Levisohn, J.A. (2017). "Learning to Think Like an Historian – and Its Alleged Unnaturalness." Educational Philosophy and Theory, 49:6, 618-630.

Levisohn, J.A. (2010). A Menu of Orientations Towards the Teaching of Rabbinic Literature, Journal of Jewish Education, 76:1, 4-51.

Levisohn, J.A. (2009). How Can We Enact Our Responsibility to the Historical Referent? Philosophy of Education, 138-140.

Levisohn, J.A. (2009). Experience Has Ways of Boiling Over: Pursuing a Pragmatic Pedagogy of Bible, Journal of Jewish Education, 75:3, 310-324.

Levisohn, J.A. (2009). "Building Bridges to Overcome Breaches: School and Academy, Content and Pedagogy," Scholarship and Teaching, South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society (SAPES) 2008 Yearbook.

Levisohn, J. A. (2009). "Community as a Means and an End in Jewish Education," in A. Pomson & H. Dietcher (Eds.). Jewish Day Schools, Jewish Community: A Reconsideration. Littman Library.

Levisohn, J. A. (2008). From Integration of Curricula to the Pedagogy of Integrity. Journal of Jewish Education, 74:3, 264-294. 

Levisohn, J.A. (2008). "Jewish Education in Pursuit of Virtue," in Teaching Toward Tomorrow: Setting an Agenda for Modern Orthodox Education, Y. Finkelman, ed., ATID.

Levisohn, J. A. (2008). Introducing the contextual orientation to Bible: A Comparative Study, Journal of Jewish Education, 74:1, 53-82.

Levisohn, J. A. (2008). "Richard Rorty and the Ethics of Anti-foundationalism," in S. Phineas Upham (Ed.). The Space of Love and Garbage and Other Essays from the Harvard Review of Philosophy. Open Court.

Levisohn, J. A. (2008). Strengthening Research on the Pedagogy of Jewish Studies: Introduction to a Suite of Articles on Teaching Bible. Journal of Jewish Education. 74:1.

Levisohn, J. A. (2005, Fall). "A Plea for Purposes," Jewish Educational Leadership.

Levisohn, J. A. (2005). Extending the Conversation on Visions of Jewish Education: The Danger of Recipes, Journal of Jewish Education 71:3.

Levisohn, J. A. (2005). "How to Do Philosophy of Religious Education," Religious Education 100:1.

Levisohn, J. A. (2005). Ideas and Ideals of Jewish Education: Initiating A Conversation on Visions of Jewish Education, Journal of Jewish Education 71:1.

Levisohn, J. A. (2004). Patriotism and Parochialism: Why Teach American Jewish History, and How?, Journal of Jewish Education 70:3.

Levisohn, J. A. (2004). Probing Pragmatism: Rorty, Reforms, and Responsibility, Philosophy of Education.

Levisohn, J. A. (2004). Religious Experience as a Jewish Educational Ideal, Journal of Jewish Education 70:1.

Levisohn, J. A. (2003). Young Patriots or Junior Historians?: An Epistemological Defense of Critical Patriotic Education, Philosophy of Education.

Levisohn, J. A. (2002). Stories about Stories about History: Hayden White, Historiography, and History Education, Philosophy of Education.

Levisohn, J. A. (2001). Inclusion and Objectivity: Helen Longino's Feminist Theory of Scientific Inquiry, Philosophy of Education.

Levisohn, J. A. (2001) Openness and Commitment: Hans-Georg Gadamer and the Teaching of Jewish Texts, Journal of Jewish Education, 67:1, 20 - 35.


Sarah Birkeland

Birkeland, S., & Tamir, E. "What does it mean for a school administrator to be supportive?Jewish Educational Leadership.

Birkeland, S. & Sharon Feiman-Nemser (2012): Helping School Leaders Help New Teachers: A Tool for Transforming School-Based Induction, The New Educator, 8:2, 109-138

Birkeland, S. & Feiman-Nemser, S. (2009). Developing Comprehensive Induction in Jewish Day Schools: Lessons from the FieldJournal of Jewish Education, 75:3, 240-257.

Birkeland, S. (2008). Board Members Take Note: Investing in Teacher Development Pays Dividends. Ha'Yidion: The RAVSAK Journal. Winter 2008.


Judy Elkin

Elkin, J. (2004, February). Tough Questions, Sh'ma.


Sue Fendrick

Cousens, B., Fendrick, S., & Morrison, J.S. (2008). Using the Contextual Orientation to Facilitate the Study of Bible with Generation X. Journal of Jewish Education. January 2008.

Levisohn, J., & Fendrick, S., eds. (2013). Turn It and Turn It Again: Studies in the Teaching and Learning of Classical Jewish Texts. Academic Studies Press.


Elie Holzer

Holzer E., Kent O. (2011) Havruta: What Do We Know and What Can We Hope to Learn from Studying in Havruta?. In: Miller H., Grant L., Pomson A. (eds) International Handbook of Jewish Education. International Handbooks of Religion and Education, vol 5. Springer, Dordrecht

Raider-Roth, M. and Holzer, E. (2009). Learning to be Present: How Hevruta Learning Can Activate Teachers' Relationships to Self, Other and Text. Journal of Jewish Education, 75:3, 216-239.

Holzer, E. (2009). "Either a hevruta  Partner or Death”: A Critical View on the Interpersonal Dimensions of hevruta  Learning. Journal of Jewish Education, 75:2, 130-149.

Holzer, E. (2009). Listening to Significant Others in the Process of Text Interpretation: An Instance of Applied Hermeneutics, in A. Wiecinski (Ed.), Sprache ist Gesprach- Gadamer's Hermeneutics and the Art of Conversation, The Hermeneutic Press.

Holzer, E. (2008-09). "Educational aspects of hermeneutical activity in text study," in J. Cohen and E. Holzer (eds), Modes of Educational Translation, Studies in Jewish Education, Vol 13, Magnes Press, Jerusalem, p. 205-240.

Cohen, J. and Holzer, E. (eds). (2008). Modes of Educational Translation, Studies in Jewish Education Vol 13. Magnes Press. 

Cohen, J. and Holzer, E. (2008). Existential vs. Hermeneutical Engagement with the Shoah: A Reply to Ari Burzstein. Modes of Educational Translation, Studies in Jewish Education Vol 13. Magnes Press. 

Holzer, E. "Allowing the biblical text to do its pedagogical work: connecting interpretative activity and moral education." Journal of Moral Education 36:4. December 2007.


Bethamie Horowitz

Horowitz, B. (2009, in press). "Old Casks in New Times." In "Ethnicity and Beyond," Studies in Contemporary Jewry XXV. USA:Oxford University Press.


Orit Kent

Kent, Orit and Allison Cook  (2014). Teachers as Learners and Practitioners: Shifting Teaching Practice Through Havruta Pedagogy. Journal of Religious Education 109:5, 507-525.

Kent, Orit and Allison Cook (2013). "Intentional Chevruta Learning: Cultivating Ethical and Spiritual Growth in Learners." Think, The Lola Stein Institute Journal 14. 22-23.

Holzer, Elie, with Orit Kent (2013). A Philosophy of Havruta: Understanding and Teaching the Art of Text Study in Pairs. Academic Studies Press.

Kent, Orit and Allison Cook  (Forthcoming, 2012). "Havruta Inspired Pedagogy: Fostering An Ecology of Learning for Closely Studying Texts with Others." Journal of Jewish Education.

Kent, Orit and Allison Cook. "Doing the Work: Interpretive Experience as the Fulcrum of Tanakh Education." Ha'Yidion (Summer 2012). 58-60.

Kent, Orit and Allison Cook (2012). "Three Partners in Study: Two People and a Text." Sh'ma, A Journal of Jewish Ideas. 42:690.

Kent, O. (2010). A Theory of Havruta Learning. Journal of Jewish Education, 76:3, 215-245.

Holzer E., Kent O. (2011) Havruta: What Do We Know and What Can We Hope to Learn from Studying in Havruta?. In: Miller H., Grant L., Pomson A. (eds) International Handbook of Jewish Education. International Handbooks of Religion and Education, vol 5. Springer, Dordrecht

Kent, O. (2008). Interactive Text Study and the Co-Construction of Meaning: Havruta in the DeLeT Beit Midrash, PhD Dissertation, Brandeis University.

Kent, Orit. (2006). Interactive Text Study: A Case of Havruta Learning. Journal of Jewish Education, 72:3, 205-33.


Jonathan Krasner

Krasner, J. (2016). On the Origins and Persistence of the Jewish Identity Industry in Jewish EducationJournal of Jewish Education, 82:2, 132-158.

Krasner, J. (2015). Seventeen Months in the President’s Chair: Morris Abram, Black-Jewish Relations and the Anatomy of a Failed PresidencyAmerican Jewish History, 99:1, 27–77.

Whitfield, S. and Krasner, J. (2015). Jewish Liberalism and Racial Grievance in the Sixties: The Ordeal of Brandeis UniversityModern Judaism 35:1, 18-41.


Pearl Mattenson

Mattenson, P. (2006). "Communities of Learning," Shmoozing About Education, the Lookstein Center for Jewish Education in the Diaspora.


Renee Rubin Ross

Ross, R. R. (2010) "A Jewish Independent School… Or Something Different?" Guest post on PEJE.org blog, March 10.

Ross, R. R. (2010). Parent Involvement and Community Cohesion at a Jewish, Catholic, and Independent Day School. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, New York University, New York, NY.

Woocher, J., Ross, R.R., &  Woocher, M. (2008). "Redesigning Jewish Education for the 21st Century: A Lippman Kanfer Institute Working Paper." Jewish Education Service of North America, New York, NY.


Israel Scheffler

Scheffler, I. (2009). My Love Affair with Hebrew. Journal of Jewish Education, 75:4, 380-385.

Scheffler, I. (2009). Worlds of Truth: A Philosophy of Knowledge. Wiley-Blackwell.

Scheffler, I. (2006). Gallery of Scholars: A Philosopher's Recollections. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Scheffler, I. with Siegel, H. (2005, November). Israel Scheffler interviewed by Harvey Siegel, Journal of Philosophy of Education, Volume 39, Number 4.

Marom, D., Fox, S. & Scheffler, I., editors. (2003). Visions of Jewish Education, Cambridge University Press.


Susan Shevitz

Shevitz, S. L. and Wasserfall, R. (2009). Building Community in a Pluralist High School, in A. Pomson & H. Dietcher (Eds.). Jewish Day Schools, Jewish Community: A Reconsideration. Littman Library.

Shevitz, S. L. (2007).  Using Diversity: The Possibilities of Pluralism in Community Day Schools. Ha'Yidion: The RAVSAK Journal. Autumn 2007.

Shevitz, S. L. (2007). School Culture Audit: A Tool for School Improvements. Ha'Yidion: The RAVSAK Journal. Spring 2007.


Eran Tamir

Tamir, E. (under contract). The politics of teacher quality and the states' battles over alternative teacher certification. Routledge Press.

Birkeland, S., & Tamir, E. "What does it mean for a school administrator to be supportive?Jewish Educational Leadership.

Feiman-Nemser, S., Tamir, E. & Hammerness, K. Inspiring Teaching: Context Specific Teacher Education for the 21st Century. Harvard Education Press, 2014.

Tamir, E. and Perlmutter, N. (2014). Delet Graduates' Perceptions of the Program and their Preparedness for Teaching: An Evaluation Report. Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education, Brandeis University.

Tamir, E. & Lesik, S. (2013). Jewish Day School Teachers: Career Commitments in the 21st Century. Journal of Jewish Education 79.

Tamir, E. (2012). Finding Superman: Debating the Future of Public Education in AmericaTeachers College Record. New York.

Tamir, E. (2012). How to fix our approach to evaluation research in Jewish education -- and why we need to. eJewish Philanthropy.

Tamir, E. (2011). The Impact of the Economic Recession on Teachers and Teaching in Jewish Day Schools. Private School Monitor. 32:2, 1-11.

Tamir, E. & Magidin de-Kramer, R. (2011). Teacher Retention and Career Commitments Among DeLeT Graduates: The Intersection of Teachers' Background, Preparation to Teaching, and School Context. Journal of Jewish Education. 77:1, 76-97.

Tamir, E. and Davidson R. (2011). Staying above the fray: Framing and conflict in the coverage of education policy debates. American Journal of Education.

Tamir, E. (2010, forthcoming). The Politics of Teacher Quality and the States' Battles over Alternative Teacher Certification.  Routledge Press.

Tamir, E. (2013). What Keeps Teachers In and What Drives Them Out: How Urban Public, Urban Catholic, and Jewish Day Schools Affect Beginning Teachers’ CareersTeachers College Record.

Tamir, E. (2010). The retention question in context-specific teacher education: do beginning teachers and their program directors see teachers’ future career eye to eye. Teaching and Teacher Education 26 (3).

Tamir, E., Feiman-Nemser, S., Silvera-Sasson, R. & Cytryn, J. (2010). The DeLeT Alumni Survey: A Comprehensive Report on the Journey of Beginning Jewish Day School Teachers. Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education, Brandeis University.

Tamir, E. (2009). Capital, power, and the struggle over teacher certification. Educational Policy 23 (4).

Tamir, E. (2009). Choosing to teach in urban schools among graduates of elite colleges. Urban Education 44(5).

Tamir, E. (2008). Theorizing the politics of educational reform: The case of New Jersey’s alternate route to teacher certification. American Journal of Education, 115(1).

Wilson, S., & Tamir, E. (2008). The evolving field of teacher education: How understanding challenge(r)s might improve the preparation of teachers. In: M. Cochran-Smith, & S. Feiman-Nemser (Eds.), Handbook of research on teacher education: Enduring issues in changing contexts (Third Edition). Association of Teacher Educators.

Menahem, G., Tamir, E., & Shavit, Y. (2008). The transformation of higher education in Israel in the 1990s.  In: A. Yogev (ed.), Higher education expansion in Israel. Tel Aviv: Ramot Press, Tel Aviv University.  

Shavit, Y., Ayalon, H., Menahem, G., Bolotin C. S., & Tamir, E. (2006). Diversification and stratification in Israeli higher education. In U. Cohen, E. B. Refael, A. Bareli, and E. Yaar (eds.) Israel and modernity: A festschrift for Moshe Lissak. Ben-Gurion University Press.

Tamir, E. (2006). The Politics of educational reform: State power and the field of educational policy in New Jersey. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Tamir, E., & Wilson, S. (2005). Who should guard the gates: Evidentiary and professional warrants for claiming jurisdiction. Journal of Teacher Education, 56(4), 332-342.

Shavit, Y., & Tamir, E. (2002). Expansion and inequality of opportunity in higher education. In: G. Bettin Lattes (ed.), Mutamenti in Europa - Lezioni di sociologia. University of Florence Press. 



Susan Tanchel

Tanchel, S. E. (2008). 'A Judaism That Does Not Hide’: Teaching the Documentary Hypothesis in a Pluralistic Jewish High School. Journal of Jewish Education. January 2008.



Vivian Troen

Feiman-Nemser, S. & Troen, V. (2008). School-Based Induction Helps New Teachers Thrive. Ha'Yidion: The RAVSAK Journal. Winter 2008.