By Michael Soberman In an effort to convince my son, who did not demonstrate a desire to participate in classic sports, to pursue a hobby that was physical and active, we found ourselves at the local dojo (karate studio) inquiring about classes for him. We were met by two … [Read more...] about The Art of Shotokan Karate and Israel Education
By Abi Dauber Sterne During this COVID period, I've asked myself many times, what kind of education are people looking for? And, more specifically, during this period, when people can't travel to Israel and when there is so much upheaval in the world, what kind of Israel … [Read more...] about Opinion Piece – Why Conflict Education?
By Robbie Gringras and Abi Dauber Sterne There were many good reasons for Makom and Moishe House to work together. There were also many good reasons for Makom and Moishe House to avoid ever working together! Chalk and cheese doesn’t come close. At Makom we are known for, a … [Read more...] about When Makom Met Moishe House: New Ideas about Israel Education with Young Adults
By Barry Chazan These are good times for Israel education. It has become a topic of interest, insight, and innovation, enabling the establishment of a professional field of Israel education. A plethora of curricular resources, books, academic studies, in-service programs, and … [Read more...] about The Revolution is Coming
By Deborah Coltin It’s seven months into COVID-19 and our students haven't been going to Israel. The cornerstone of our Jewish continuity initiative at Lappin Foundation - Youth to Israel Adventure (Y2I) - has been put on pause. In its stead, we began the Jewish Youth L … [Read more...] about Bring Youth Israel Trips to the Next Level