Almost Three Dozen Degrees Conferred at Ceremony
A Three-Day Exploration of West Coast Progressive Schools From January 7-10, students from the Azrieli Graduate School of Education and Administration’s PELE program embarked on a three-day trip to California to learn more about progressive schooling models and about Jewish educational opportunities and experiences across the country. PELE (Progressive Educational Laboratory Experience) is a one-year…
School Launches Two Education Fellowships at Undergraduate and Graduate Level to Further Students’ Careers
Azrieli Brings Teachers and Administrators Together to Explore Creative Problemsolving at HUB Conference
Jewish Education Community to Meet at First Azrieli HUB Prior to Annual Jewish Job Fair Feb 26-27
Event to Commemorate Renowned Canadian Torah Scholar
Jewish Educational Leadership and Innovation Progam Will Use Blended Learning Techniques to Reach More Educators
‘Twas the Night before Christmas: A look at “Nittel-Nacht”
Dr. Moshe Sokolow
To refrain deliberately from Torah study is uncharacteristic behavior for any religious Jew, let alone for people of piety and devotion. And yet, that is precisely what many of the pious and devoted regularly do two times each year: on Tish`a b’Av […]
“Is Early Childhood Too Early for Hebrew?” This was the question posed by Tani Foger, EdD, a 2006 graduate of Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration and a school psychologist, at the inaugural colloquium of the new Fanya Gottesfeld Heller Division of Doctoral Studies at Azrieli Graduate School on Dec. 5.
Fanya Gottesfeld Heller, noted Holocaust author and lecturer, as well as communal leader and philanthropist, has given a major gift to support doctoral studies in Jewish education at Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration (AGS) at Yeshiva University. Her son, Benjamin Heller, has joined his mother in this gift.