Dimensions of Judaism as a Religious Tradition (Zoom - Postponed)
Date & Cost
July session postponed
$35 per participant
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About the Program
Delving into the Museum’s permanent exhibitions as well as the neighbouring St Kilda Hebrew Congregation, this teacher learning opportunity will examine the dimensions of Judaism as a contemporary religious tradition.
Of particular interest to VCE Years 11 and 12 teachers in Religion & Society or Texts & Tradition, this program will provide a comparative analysis of Judaism in relation to both Christianity and Islam.
Dimensions of Judaism as a Religious Tradition will allow you to see how the ancient and contemporary faces of Judaism are connected to each other.
This is an approved Category 3 Professional Development Program for the purpose of Accreditation to Teach in a Catholic School.
About Paul Forgasz
With an extensive career in Jewish education from secondary to tertiary level, Paul Forgasz is a local treasure when it comes to Jewish history. Having taught at Monash University, Paul was headmaster of the secondary school at Mount Scopus Memorial College, and helped develop the original curriculums for VCE Texts & Traditions and Religion & Society.
Image: Illustrated Megillah Esther, 20th century.