Thursday, November 8, 2007

An example of Interactive Tele-Webinar on Jewish topic

Teaching Morality through the Jacob Narrative

A No-Cost Interactive Tele-Webinar with Professor Reuven Kimelman

Dear Jonathan H.,

Have you ever wondered how do you teach the Jacob narrative as a lesson in morality? How come that one of our tradition's patriarchs deceives his father in order to get his blessing?

Was Jacob's deception of his father justified?

Was Isaac really blind to his sons' nature?

Do the ends justify the means?

If you're struggling with these and other questions about how to teach children or adults our Biblical narratives as a source of moral development, we invite you to our second interactive, live session with Brandeis Professor and Master Teacher Reuven Kimelman.

In 75 minutes, you will not only participate in a live class on this material from Toldot and Vayetze, but also get the what, why and how to teach it using his audio coursebooks and additional resources. You will even get a chance to ask your own question!

All you need participate is either a telephone OR a computer. Period. No charge, no travel. To reserve your seat (yes, there is a limit on the number of attendees we can accommodate), simply...


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If you've ever had the pleasure to attend any of Dr. Kimelman's live teaching, you already know how fun and rich they are. If you haven't, you are in for a real treat. Either way, give it a try!

See you there!
Sergiu Simmel
Our Learning Company LLC

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