The principals and teachers of all the Sabbath schools of Reform Congregations of New England, will attend the two-day sessions of the New England Jewish Liberal School Teachers’ Association in Temple Beth-El, Providence, R. I., Dec. 30-31.
Prof. Abraham N. Franzblau, head of the Teachers’ Institute of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in New York City, will give a series of four addresses during the convention. He will speak on the following subjects: “Problems of Religious Education,” “Methods of Teaching in the Primary Grades,” “Methods of Teaching in the Intermediate Grades,” “Methods of Teaching in the Upper Grades or High School Department.”
Other papers to be read during the sessions include: “The Place of Dramatics,” Mrs. E. Linsky, Boston: “School Assembly,” Rabbi Feldman; “Kindergarten Training,” Mrs. E. Cohen, New Haven: “Current Events as an Introduction to Jewish Life,” Rabbi I. Harburg, Lynn; discussion led by Rabbi Harry Kaplen, Pittsfield, and Mrs. Louis Kramer of this city, and “Methods of Observing Jewish Ceremonials,” Rabbi Wolk.
The New England Jewish Liberal School Teachers’ Association was founded a year ago in Boston. Rabbi Samuel M. Gup of Temple Beth-El, Providence, is president.
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