Date: April 9th, 2013
Tags: Advancing Content Through an Experiential Approach, Experiential Jewish Education: Broad Implications, Preparing Experiential Educators, Sustaining & Measuring Innovations in Experiential Jewish Education
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I am interested to know how many Jewish kids go to camp without going to supplementary or day school? Are camps so successful because the campers already have the knowledge and experiences from these other settings?
Thank you for sharing your curiosity about the correlation between settings of Jewish education, such as camps and schools, and Jewish practice/knowledge. Fortunately, there have been some interesting studies in this area which be can be accessed at the following websites: 1) National Ramah – http://campramah.org/content/research/researchonramah.php 2) Foundation for Jewish Camp – http://www.jewishcamp.org/research
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