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February 20, 2004 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-20

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I grew up in Philadelphia attending Jewish Day

Schools and knew early on that I was fascinated

by Jewish education. Once I

discovered Davidson, I knew there

Ay

was no other choice for me. There,

I was exposed to the greatest professors in text, history,

rfi

and pedagogy. They taught me how to educate the

whole child...how to meet the differentiated needs of

each student. I soaked up everything I could

from them, not just during classes, but in every

interaction. Now when I teach Jewish history —

my own personal interest — I know I

can be effective in planting the

seeds of continued Jewish

identity in every child.

Adam Shapiro

Teacher
Solomon Schechter Day School
of Essex and Union
West Orange, NJ

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Seminary

3080 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
212.678.8030

www.itsa.edu/davidson

We teach Jewish leaders.

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