M.A. Alumni

2011
Fenster E. Do the Rabbis of The Babylonian Talmud set Limits to AGADA?. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
Lerner S. Components of ethnic identity and identification among returning emigrants: The stories of Israeli children who grew up in the U.S and chose to return and live in Israel. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
Ben-Haim R. Gestures Learning Talmud with Ethnographic work on Hevruta Learning in Bait Midrash. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
Harel-Atias N. Is pluralism a central component in the consideration of parents whose children were educated in Kol Haneshamah kindergartens when choosing a kindergarten for second or additional children?. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
Levin-Argaman L. Long-Term Educational Zionist Shlichut in the Diaspora-The Identity Profile of the Shaliah, Motivations for Going on Shlichut and expectations of it. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
Berman M. Pluralism in the religious-secular integrated education system in Israel: Prayer and prayer-parallels. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
Sacher T. They who Study Torah for its Own Sake?”An inquiry into the motivations of non-Religious Adults to engage in extended and Regular Jewish Studies. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
Cohen M. Three Presentations of the Jacob/Esau story, Genesis 25-27, and how they reflect different educational approaches to peshat, Biblical characters, and Bible studies. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2011.
2010
Ben-Dor D. Teaching about Christianity in Israel. The Melton Centre for Jewish Education. 2010.