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200 Gustavo Daniel Perednik

editor Walter Ackerman
200 Gustavo Daniel Perednik during Ionás first decade, which proved to be a formative experience for the participating  youngsters — both the educators and those being educated. 50 Flexibility Our openness meant that we attempted everything that seemed feasible — whatever ideas were proposed, especially by young people — from chess teams to literature lecture series. This ensured a continual flow of incoming youngsters, many of them enterprising and adventurous. Ionás Creations Ioná launched many initiatives that strongly influenced the entire Jewish community. Some of them were not original in their essence, but only in the specific content that Ioná gave them, such as the forementioned school for madrihim Melmabet, which included an original course for the teaching of Jewish identity based on value clarification and concept clarification. 51  In the Talmud Torah Marbeh Hayyim, we held separate classes for parents  on subjects their child-ren were learning throughout their year of preparation. As in many areas within Ioná, I personally set the ball rolling: I taught our first bnei mitzva. Once the numbers increased considerably, I delegated this task to a coordinator who eventually became the department director, and himself employed department coordinators. Many of Ionás creations were truly original initiatives. For example: the first school for hazanim in the country, Sabato Moráis; the weekly newsletter Kol Ioná, which was eventually imitated by at least a dozen other institutions; the first Hebrew school for retarded children Makom Sheli; and the Festival Juvenil de la Canción Jasídica which has been held annually for ten years since 1980 with the 50 Gustavo Dulman,  My Experience in the Interior, The Centro Hebreo lona  at its Bar Mitzvah, Thirteenth Anniversary Magazine ( 12 September 1992),  p. 26. 51 I personally built up this course which, in an updated version, is presently  being taught at the Institute for Youth Leaders from Abroad, Jerusalem.   Chapter Home  | TOC t t

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200 Gustavo Daniel Perednik during Ioná's first decade, which proved to be a formative experience for the participating youngsters — both the educators and those being educated. 50 Flexibility Our openness meant that we attempted everything that seemed feasible — whatever ideas were proposed, especially by young people — from chess teams to literature lecture series. This ensured a continual flow of incoming youngsters, many of them enterprising and adventurous. Ioná's Creations Ioná launched many initiatives that strongly influenced the entire Jewish community. Some of them were not original in their essence, but only in the specific content that Ioná gave them, such as the forementioned school for madrihim Melmabet, which included an original course for the teaching of Jewish identity based on value clarification and concept clarification. 51 In the Talmud Torah Marbeh Hayyim, we held separate classes for parents on subjects their child-ren were learning throughout their year of preparation. As in many areas within Ioná, I personally set the ball rolling: I taught our first bnei mitzva. Once the numbers increased considerably, I delegated this task to a coordinator who eventually became the department director, and himself employed department coordinators. Many of Ioná's creations were truly original initiatives. For example: the first school for hazanim in the country, Sabato Moráis; the weekly newsletter Kol Ioná, which was eventually imitated by at least a dozen other institutions; the first Hebrew school for retarded children Makom Sheli; and the Festival Juvenil de la Canción Jasídica which has been held annually for ten years since 1980 with the 50 Gustavo Dulman, \\" My Experience in the Interior,\\" The Centro Hebreo lona at its Bar Mitzvah, Thirteenth Anniversary Magazine ( 12 September 1992), p. 26. 51 I personally built up this course which, in an updated version, is presently being taught at the Institute for Youth Leaders from Abroad, Jerusalem. << Chapter >> Home | TOC t t
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