Language learning in/as religious education

Wednesday 16 November 12.30 – 13.45

Cambridge and London, CB1

Drawing on research from Luxembourg (Dr Anastasia Badder, University of Cambridge) and the UK (Dr Jo-Ann Myers, Leo Baeck College), this conversational seminar considers the significance of Hebrew learning in Jewish school settings.

Dr Badder's case study focuses on a complementary Sunday school, while Dr Myers' began with a pluralist Jewish primary school in outer London. Exchanging their learning, this event will open up questions about the nature of progress in Progressive contexts, and the significance of language literacy as a component of community identity.
Coordinated by the Cambridge Interfaith Programme, the event will include discussants from other traditions.

Event held by Cambridge Interfaith Programme, Leo Baeck College
Contact Cambridge Inter-faith Programme
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Event categories Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Dialogue/discussion, Education/learning, Higher or Further education
Important information This event will take place on Zoom. Those who wish to attend should register in advance via Eventbrite.

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