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Record identifier : 566934
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Attias, Shlomit
Title and statement of responsibility : Faces in a mirror: Socio-cultural discourse and dynamic of teacher education on modern Israel in America [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Emory University, 2005
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : M.A.
Body granting the degree : , Emory University
Summary or Abstract : This is a study of the socio-cultural discourse and dynamic of Jewish education and educators in America primarily during a teacher education workshop on modern Israel. It utilizes ethnographic approaches and is based on participation observation during the workshop and the narratives and experiences of Jewish educators participating in that program. The weeklong teacher education workshop provides participants with information on the Israeli society and how to teach it in school. At the same time it gives the participants an opportunity to interact and discuss professional perspectives as well as personal sentiments about education, Israel, and themselves as Jews. The program, launched in 2000, has been growing in numbers of participants and workshops. While this growth indicates a professional satisfaction with the program, it also implies a rising interest and need for education about modern Israel. Moreover, as this study would illustrate, the workshop seem also to satisfy the educators' personal need for Israel education. Through these encounters the study looks at what their discourse, dynamic, narratives tell us about the education of modern Israel in America, and what their experiences can teach us about Jewish educators. The workshop's temporary but intense setting presents an environment ideal for observing the discourse and dynamic of Jewish education and educators' regarding Jewish religious, national, cultural, and political issues. Initially interested in the expressions of the religious versus the secular issue, the encounters during the actual research determined the study's direction. Thus, the repeated use of the term Israel education throughout the 2004 workshop captured my attention and become a topic of further investigation and a central theme in this work along with the general interest in the socio-cultural discourse..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Bilingual education, Multicultural education, Teacher education, Cultural anthropology
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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