STEVEN M. BROWN received an Ed.D in curriculum development and
from the Teachers' College of Columbia University; his
dissertation was entitled,
Media Materials and Instruction in Jewish Religious Education.
serves as the headmaster of the Solomon Schecter School of
and is a visiting lecturer at Gratz College.
HOWARD DEITCHER is a lecturer in education at the Melton Centre
Education in the Diaspora, at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. His research
has focused on the child's understanding of biblical narrative
and its implications
for classroom study.
MARLA FRANKEL is a doctoral student in the philosophy of
education at the
Melton Centre for Jewish Education in the Diaspora. She has been
teacher training with teachers from abroad, and in the Efrata
KATHY GREEN teaches education and supervises students at the
Rabbinical College. She is a regular contributor to the
and is co-author of The Jewish Family Book.
MOSHE GREENBERG is a professor of Bible at the Hebrew University
Jerusalem. He served for ten years as advisor for the teaching
of Bible, to the
Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture.
ALVAN H. KAUNFER is the director of the Alperin-Schecter Day
School in Providence,
Rhode Island. He has published an article on the teaching of
the Bennett Solomon Memorial Volume.
DVORA KOUBOVI is a senior lecturer in the School of Education at
University of Jerusalem, and is head of the School of
program. She has developed her own method for the therapeutic
literature, which is widely used in Israeli schools.
NECHAMA LEIBOVITZ teaches Bible at the Hebrew University of
at numerous teachers' seminars throughout Israel. She was a
recipient of the
GARETH B. MATTHEWS is a professor of philosophy at the
Massachussets at Amherst. He has written two books and numerous
the teaching of philosophy to children.
FRITZ OSER is a professor of psychology at the Institute de
of Fribourg. He has written extensively on issues related to the
development of children.
RINA ROSENBERG is a practicing psychotherapist. In the past she
has taught in
the M.A. program of the Department of Psychology at the Hebrew
JACOBUS SCHONEVELD has been serving, since 1980, as the General
the International Council of Christians and Jews at the Martin
Buber House in
Heppenheim, Federal Republic. His doctoral dissertation
entitled, The Bible in
Israeli Education: A Study of Approaches to the Hebrew Bible and
its Teaching Israeli Educational Literature was presented to the University
of Leyden in the
Netherlands, and was based on research undertaken at the Hebrew
ABRAHAM J. TANNENBAUM is professor (emeritus) of education and
at the Teachers' College of Columbia University. He has worked
with exceptional children and adults and in Jewish education.