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Feiman-Nemser, Sharon – Journal of Jewish Education, 2006
"Beit midrash" or "house of study" refers to a place where Jews, traditionally men, gather to study classical texts, often in pairs or "hevruta." In this "Beit midrash" for Teachers, the selection of texts, the language of instruction and the purposes of learning differ from those in a traditional "Beit midrash" where the study of Talmud is…
Descriptors: Jews, Language of Instruction, Fellowships, Instructional Leadership
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Holzer, Elie – Journal of Jewish Education, 2006
The study of Jewish traditional texts in a "hevruta" learning setting (two people studying a text together) represents past as well as contemporary modes of Jewish religious and devotional study. More recently, "hevruta" learning has made its way into several contexts of professional development in Jewish education, including inservice settings…
Descriptors: Jews, Program Effectiveness, Fellowships, Professional Development