Publications and Additional Resources

Related Publications

  • Bergom, Inger, Mary C. Wright, Marie Kendall Brown, and Michael Brooks (2011, January-February). "Promoting College Student Development Through Collaborative Learning A Case Study of Hevruta." Wiley Online Library.

  • Raider-Roth, Miriam and Holzer, Elie (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.

  • Brown, Steven M. and Mitchel Malkus ( 2008). "Hevruta as a Form of Cooperative Learning." Journal of Jewish Education. 73:3, 209-226.

  • Holzer, Elie (2007, March). "Ethical Dispositions in Text Study." Journal of Moral Education. 36:1.

  • ________(2007, December). "Allowing the Biblical Text to do its Pedagogical Work: Connecting Interpretative Activity and Moral Education." Journal of Moral Education. 36:4.

  • Ratzersdorfer Rosen, G. (2003). Empathy and Agression in Torah Study: Analysis of a Talmudic description of Hevruta Learning. In Wisdom from All My Teachers, J. Sacks and S. Handelman (Eds.). Jerusalem and New York: Urim, 249-263.

  • Siegel, A. (2003). Hevruta Study: History Benefits and Enhancements. Jerusalem: ATID.

  • Halbertal, M. Hartman Halbertal, T. (1994). The Yeshivah. In A.O. Rorty (Ed.), Philosophers on Education: New Historical Perspectives. New York: Routledge Stone.

  • Jaffe, A. (1992). Two thousand years of Interactive Readers: The Jewish Tradition of Text Study and Commentary. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference. Kansas City: University of Missouri.