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The Jews in Australia
1. Introduction 2. Convicts and settlements 3. Waves of migration to the 1900s 4. Relations with the general community 5. The watershed years 6. Changing community structures 7. The changing role ofExpand
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Creating effective Holocaust education programmes for government schools with large Muslim populations in Sydney
Holocaust education can play a role in countering the ongoing problem of prejudice and incitement to hate that can lead to racial tension and violence. This article examines the beliefs of MuslimExpand
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Edge of the Diaspora: Two Centuries of Jewish Settlement in Australia
This is the story of a Jewish community founded in one of the furthermost corners of the world. Suzanne Rutland charts this community's history from its convict origins through the turmoil of theExpand
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Applying Montessori Principles in China: The Impact of Being a Situational Minority in a Particularistic Jewish Heritage School
ABSTRACT The aim of the research is to investigate a Montessori pedagogic approach, enabling a Jewish school to be part of the Chinese international-school system, while fostering Jewish identity. WeExpand
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Experiential learning in informal educational settings
There is a strong scholarly debate about the differences between experiential education and informal education. A variety of terms have been used to apply to informal education, includingExpand
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In the Shadow of the Holocaust: The Development of Moriah College, Sydney
This paper analyses the legacy of the Holocaust in the development of Moriah College, today the largest Jewish school in Australia, and explains why this tragedy led to a determined effort to achieveExpand
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Jews from the Former Soviet Union in Australia: Assimilating or Maintaining Jewish Identities?
Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2007), 289–293. 23 Zvi Gitelman, Century of Ambivalence: The Jews of Russia and the Soviet Union, 1881 to the Present, (Bloomington: Indiana University Press,Expand
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Pedagogic Approaches
While SRE can continue to contribute to social cohesion and a healthy society, pedagogic approaches need to be updated so that they can comply with current educational theory and government policy.Expand
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Creating a safe place: SRE teaching as an act of security and identity formation in government schools in Australia
This study seeks to analyse the components that contribute to Special Religious Education (SRE) classes in government schools in Australia being considered as a ‘safe place’ and the ways in whichExpand
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Combatting antisemitism in the school playground: an Australian case study
ABSTRACT The aim of Gross and Rutland's paper is to analyse the problem of antisemitic bullying in contemporary Australian state schools by investigating the case of Jewish children in those schools.Expand
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