Faculty and Staff
Brandeis students participate in the Center’s work in several ways:
Dissertation: "Making sense of student sense-making: An investigation into classroom text discussions in Hebrew bible classrooms."
Stanford University, 2016
Dissertation: "‘Everyone knows that’s how things were’: High school students’ history learning processes — Between collective memory narratives and disciplinary skills."
The Hebrew University, 2006
Dissertation: "Parental involvement and community cohesion at a Jewish, Catholic, and independent day school."
New York University, 2009
Dissertation: "Teachers and commentators: hermeneutics of teaching Jewish philosophy in secondary schools: Case Studies."
Hebrew University, 2008
Dissertation: "The politics of education reform: state power and the field of educational policy in New Jersey."
Michigan State University, 2006
Dissertation: "Supporting and sustaining new teachers in schools : the importance of professional culture and mentoring."
Harvard University, 2004
Program Director, Camp Ramah in Wisconsin
Director of the Beit Midrash Research Project
Dissertation: "Interactive Text Study and the Co-Construction of Meaning: Hevruta in the DeLet Beit Midrash."
Head of School, JCDS: Boston’s Jewish Community Day School
Dissertation: "Honoring Voices: Listening to the Texts and the Teachers, the Scholars and the Students."