3 edition of Hebrew in American higher education found in the catalog.
Hebrew in American higher education
Abraham Isaac Katsh
|Statement||By Abraham I. Katsh.|
|LC Classifications||PJ4538.U5 K3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. 1., 182 p.|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||41025115|
Katsh published a number of essays on Hebrew and Jewish studies in U.S. universities. In he founded the National Association of Professors of Hebrew in American Universities. In addition to the books listed above, Katsh edited an anthology, Bar Mitzvah, Illustrated (), and Biblical Heritage of American Democracy was published in Seller Rating: % positive. As a faculty member at Hebrew College she has taught on a variety of topics in Jewish Education including Strategic Planning for Jewish Education, Arts and Jewish Studies in the Jewish School, Foundations of Congregational Education, Seminar in Jewish Pluralism, Theory and Practice of Experiential Education, Issues in the Teaching of Israel and.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSORS OF HEBREW In American Institutions of Higher Learning OFFICERS Founding President: ABRAHAM I. KATSH Professor Emeritus Dropsie University New York University President: MICHAEL V. FOX University of Wisconsin Executive Vice President: GILEAD . This book is a complimentary addition and extra learning material and various exercises to be used along with three of my apps. All the apps are sound annotated - visual and other multimedia book develops the following skills in Hebrew; Reading in .
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSORS OF HEBREW In American Institutions of Higher Learning OFFICERS Founding President: ABRAHAM I. KATSH Professor Emeritus Dropsie University New York University President: FREDRICK GREENSPAHN Florida Atlantic University Executive Vice President: . HEBREW COLLEGE. HEBREW COLLEGE, transdenominational institution of Jewish higher education located in Newton Centre, d in and first located in Roxbury, then the center of Boston Jewish life, through its several generations the college has followed the dynamism of the Boston Jewish community, relocating with post-World War ii .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Katsh, Abraham Isaac, Hebrew in American higher education. New York, N.Y., New York university bookstore [©]. National Association of Professors of Hebrew C/O Esther Raizen, Executive Vice President The University of Texas at Austin W 21st Street Stop FFounded: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Katsh, Abraham Isaac, Hebrew in American higher education.
New York, N.Y., New York University Bookstore [©]. The history of Jewish education in the United States before the 20th century is as old as the United States itself; it is a part of overall U.S. Jewish history. That history begins early in the history of the first Jewish congregation in New York.
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