Publications

2006
Shlam-Salman J. Multilingual Children's Perceptions of Self and Others: An Ethnographic Case Study of English Language Teaching in an Arabic-Hebrew Bilingual School. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2006.
Kol Hamercaz
Kol Hamercaz. 2006;(August 2006).PDF icon Kol Hamercaz Aug2006.pdf
Learning in Places: The Informal Education Reader
Silberman-Keller D. Learning in Places: The Informal Education Reader. (Burbules N, Bekerman Z).; 2006. Buy itAbstract

Learning in Places is a concerted effort undertaken by an outstanding group of international researchers to create a resource book that can introduce academic, professional and lay readers to the field of informal learning/education and its potential to transform present educational thinking. The book presents a wealth of ideas from a wide variety of disciplinary fields and methodological approaches covering multiple learning landscapes—in museums, workplaces, classrooms, places of recreation—in a variety of political, social and cultural contexts around the world. Learning in Placespresents the most recent theoretical advances in the field; analyzing the social, cultural, political, historical and economical contexts within which informal learning develops and must be critiqued. It also looks into the epistemology that nourishes its development and into the practices that characterize its implementation; and finally reflects on the variety of educational contexts in which it is practiced.

2005
Samet B. Attitudes of Religious Education Towards Family Life Education. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Press S. An experiment at the Experimental School in a different kind of learning: Exploring commitment and responsibility. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Kalmenovitz N. Elementary School Teachers' Knowledge about Bible in National Religious Schools: A Case Study. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Barak M. Ever-continuous spiritual inspiration and free-choice: Theory and enactment in Menahem Brinker's vision of secular-Jewish education. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Charust R. Model of pluralistic Jewish education: a collective case study of three Keshet schools. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Shkolovsky-Kurdy V. Portrayals of Death in Russian language adaptations of Bible Stories for Children. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Gar T. The influence of shlichut (working as an emissary) in American summer camps on individuals' Jewish identities. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Rosental L. The Water Cistern and the overflowing Fountain-Literary Representations of Rabbinic Personalities as a Reflection of Educational Philosophy. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Segal A. Teaching Talmud in a religious school: an Ethnographic study. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Fogelman A. מיפוי "ספרות כוונות" לסידור התפילה. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2005.
Kol Hamercaz
Kol Hamercaz. 2005;(June 2005).PDF icon Kol Hamercaz Jun2005.pdf
Kol Hamercaz
Kol Hamercaz. 2005;(December 2005).PDF icon Kol Hamercaz Dec2005
Languages and Literatures in Jewish Education (Vol. 11)
Languages and Literatures in Jewish Education (Vol. 11).; 2005.PDF icon studies11.compressed.pdf
Multiple Case Narrative: A Qualitative Approach to Studying Multiple Populations
Shkedi A. Multiple Case Narrative: A Qualitative Approach to Studying Multiple Populations.; 2005. Buy itAbstract

This book introduces a methodology for the construction of a comprehensive narrative description and narrative-based theory from the study of multiple populations. The book has two parallel foci. On the one hand, it is a conceptual treatise, focusing on the principles of the Multiple Case Narrative. On the other hand, it also has a practical "how-to" focus with a step-by-step guide to conducting a Multiple Case Narrative. The book is accessible and comprehensive and addresses both those in the field as well as those with little background in the methodologies of narrative study and qualitative research. This book is also relevant to those who are interested in other qualitative varieties like single and collective narrative inquiry, single and collective case study, as well as ethnography, because each of the procedures and techniques described here can be easily utilized for conducting other types of qualitative research.

2004
Kol Hamercaz
Kol Hamercaz. [Internet]. 2004;(December 2004). Download
Kol Hamercaz
Kol Hamercaz. [Internet]. 2004;(May 2004). Download
In Search of a Jewish Paideia (Vol. 10)
In Search of a Jewish Paideia (Vol. 10).; 2004.PDF icon studies10.pdf