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 מאמרים אחרונים

 
  • An Educational Approach to the Chief Rabbinate

    Rav Yona Goodman-Director, Institute for Contemporary ,Chinuch with Emunah, Orot Israel College
     
    Background
    Israel is in the midst of electing the country’s next Chief Rabbis, and many people are disturbed by the current controversy surrounding the election process. They feel that much of the related public discourse is inappropriate and unbecoming.
     

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  • Religion Zionist Education in America: The View from Here

     
    As a teacher of post-high school North American yeshiva-educated students who decide to dedicate a year to learning Torah in Israel before continuing their academic studies, I have developed a great appreciation for high-school teachers. I remember the great impact the high school experience in general, and my limudei kodesh teachers in particular, had on my religious development, and I see a similar impact by today's teachers upon their students. I am at times envious of those who teach high school in North American Yeshiva High Schools, but more often feel weary in the face of their great challenges - educating the future generation towards Torah values and commitment, while balancing the concerns of the students, the parents, and the schools. 
     
     

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  • Lashon Hara: A Mitzvah?

    We are all familiar with the laws of lashon hara (evil speech), rechilut (gossip mongering), kavod habriyot (treating others with respect), and halbanat panim (humiliation). These halachot are well-known – even if they are not always easy to implement. But sometimes, not only is lashon hara permitted, it is actually a mitzvah!
     

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  • Where Are the Candles?!

    Ask any child, “What do we do on Pesach?” and he will reply, “We eat matzah.” Ask him, “And what do we do on Chanukah?” and his immediate response will be, “We light the Chanukah candles.”

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  • Summer Vacation: An Educational Challenge

    In Parshat Shlach, the final parshat shavua read before high school students in Israel begin their summer vacation, Hashem commands Moshe, “shlach l’cha”:
    Send out for yourself men, and they will scout the Land…” (Bamidbar 13:2)

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 לכל המאמרים

 
  
  
Eye on Education - Issue 1.pdf
  
Eye on Education - Issue 10.pdf
  
Eye on Education - Issue 2.pdf
  
Eye on Education - Issue 3.pdf
  
Eye on Education - Issue 4.pdf
  
Eye on Education - Issue 5.pdf
  
Eye on Education - Issue 6.pdf
  
Eye on Education - Issue 9.pdf