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To Study and to Teach: The Methodology of Nechama Leibowitz
     

To Study and to Teach: The Methodology of Nechama Leibowitz

by Shmuel Peerless
 

In this book, Shmuel Peerless, a long-time student of Nechama Leibowitz’s, systematically presents the respected scholar’s unique approach to Torah instruction, organizing some of her methodological teachings and pedagogical techniques in a manner that makes them easily accessible to teachers and students of textual study alike. The information provided

Overview

In this book, Shmuel Peerless, a long-time student of Nechama Leibowitz’s, systematically presents the respected scholar’s unique approach to Torah instruction, organizing some of her methodological teachings and pedagogical techniques in a manner that makes them easily accessible to teachers and students of textual study alike. The information provided in this volume is collected and extrapolated from Leibowitz’s lectures, published writings, and gilyonot—the study sheets on the weekly Torah portion she disseminated to students worldwide. This book helps to preserve Nechama Leibowitz the teacher, the scholar, and the personality as an inspiration for future generations of teachers and students.

Editorial Reviews

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"This is the first time that Leibowitz's singular approach to Torah instruction has been comprehensively and systematically presented in one work, making her teachings and methods accessible."  —Jewish Week

"The book is . . . much like the teacher who inspired it: short, powerful, and to the point."  —Jerusalem Post Literary Quarterly

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789657108550
Publisher:
Urim Publications
Publication date:
04/15/2005
Pages:
183
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Shmuel Peerless is the director of the Center for Jewish School Leadership at Bar-Ilan University’s Lookstein Center. He studied with Nechama Leibowitz for several years and is the coeditor of Studies on the Haggadah from the Teachings of Nechama Leibowitz.

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