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    Moshe Sokolow

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Rabbi Dr Moshe Sokolow is the Fanya Gottesfeld-Heller Professor and associate dean of the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education at Yeshiva University. He has also served as professor of Bible at Yeshiva College, Stern College, and the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies. He is the author of Studies in the Weekly Parashah based on the Lessons of Nehama Leibowitz, and coeditor of The Azrieli Papers, a series of books on contemporary Jewish educational research..



 

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  • Studies in the Weekly Parashah

    Moshe Sokolow

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    This volume contains studies on the weekly Torah portion (parashah/sidrah) evoking the memorable and influential style of Nehama Leibowitz. Using lesser-known published works by Nehama and notes of her private lessons, Moshe Sokolow elucidates the text and its classic commentaries in a manner that engages readers, making them active participants in Torah study.

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  • The Azrieli Papers

    Volume 2

    David J. Schnall and Moshe Sokolow

    Laya Salomon: The Decision to Teach: Why Orthodox Jewish Day School Teachers Chose the Profession

    Elie Tuchman: The Influence of Formative Pre-Service Experiences on the Teacher Self-Efficacy of Jewish Day School Teachers

    Steven Eisenberg: Spiritual and Religious Mentoring: The Role of Rabbis and Teachers as Social Supporters amongst Jewish Modern Orthodox High School Graduates Spending a Year of Study in Israel

    Malka Lanner: Contributing Factors to Teacher Satisfaction for Jewish Day School Educators

    The Learners

    Martin Schloss: Traditional Jewish Insights into Mental Retardation and their Educational Implications.

    Chana Tannenbaum: Gender Differences in the Perceived Religious Influence of Yeshiva High School Programs.

    Shira Weiss: The Spiritual Development of Modern Orthodox High School Girls

    Karen Kuessous: Eating Attitudes, Behaviors, and Body Image of Orthodox Jewish Girls in Grades 3-8.

    Ilana Turetsky: Empowering Bystanders to Intervene in Bullying Situations.

    The Subject Matter

    Tani Foger: Is Early Childhood Too Early For Hebrew? The Effects of Partial Hebrew Language Immersion in Pre-School on English and Hebrew Reading Skills in First Grade.

    Estelle Harris: Awareness in Reading; Hebrew Day School Students' Metacognitive Knowledge of Hebrew Reading Strategies in Humash.

    The Milieus

    Judy Sokolow: Civic Engagement as an Outcome of Jewish Modern Orthodox Middle School Community Service/Service-Learning Programs

    Harry Bloom: The Relationship between Board of Directors Practices and Jewish Day School Financial and Educational Performance Based on Research among Jewish Day School Board Presidents>

    Goldie Eichorn Grossman: The Importance of Parental Involvement on Behalf of Included Students with Learning Disabilities: The Perceptions of Yeshiva Day School Teachers

    Jeffrey Rothman: A Descriptive Study of the Role of the Assistant Principal in the Jewish Day School. Learn More

  • Tanakh, an Owner's Manual

    Moshe Sokolow

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    Tanakh, an Owner’s Manual offers both a modern and Orthodox approach to the historical and literary frameworks within which the Hebrew Bible should be learned and appreciated. It covers the authorship of its 24 constituent books, their designation as sacred literature (canonization), the development of the Masoretic text, a survey of classic medieval and modern commentaries, the interaction of traditional exegesis and modern Biblical scholarship, and a gradual curriculum for developing Biblical literacy and comprehension. It reflects the author’s insights as they developed over 40 years of studying and teaching, and will be of interest to teachers, students, and anyone who wants a deeper understanding of the Hebrew Bible.

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