The Shift to Jewish Experiential Education

Posted on August 5, 2012

Mark S. Young discusses how usually Jewish learning in the classroom is considered to be boring, while Jewish experiences outside the classroom are considered to be fun and exciting.  He suggests that Jewish education shifts its approach from one of formal classroom learning to one of experiential learning.  He believes that in this way Jewish learning will be a more positive and exciting experience for all involved.

At Areyvut, we strive to educate tweens and teens in different and exciting ways, hoping to infuse their lives with a love and appreciation for Judaism and its value of chesed.  

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