Это уникальное пособие для учителей в сфере еврейского образования. В пособии использованы методические материалы и разработки замечательных педагогов из Гомеля, Гродно, Черкассы.
The book "Jewish Festivals Created by Your Own Hands” by Irina Belskaia, Jewish educator of the RUPJ in Belarus was published. This is a unique educational material where one can find the recommendations on "Running an Art Session: a guide for the inexperienced”, the advice how art and religion are connected and how the art education can be used to connect with Jewish religious education by D-r Helena Miller (UK) as well as many examples using numerous techniques that demonstrate how Jewish holidays can be taught and developed through the medium of arts and crafts.
This book includes methodology, materials and practices developed and used by number of experienced educators who teach in a different Jewish educational programs in the cities of Gomel, Grodno and Cherkassy.
It was created for arts and crafts teachers working in Jewish kindergartens and schools. It contains detailed instructions to help teachers to enhance their teaching techniques. The new manual will also serve as a guide for young educators who just beginning their work in the field of Jewish education, counselors working in Jewish camps. This manual will also be helpful for those who require assistance in preparing creative activities for Jewish holidays and festivals in both the home and the community.
This publication has been possible through the generosity of Jewish Child`s Day (UK, London).
Irina Belskaia said: "I would like to thank people, who supported the idea of creating this book, to thank the team who helped and contributed creative ideas in the making this publication possible: Alex Kagan, the WUPJ, FSU director (Israel, Jerusalem), Margarita Fruman, Debbie Pulik, the office stuff of the RUPJ in the Republic of Belarus, Michael Kemerov, Rabbi Grisha Abramovich, D-r Helena Miller, United (Kingdom, London), Irina Geitman, Oksana Saponenko, Tatyana Saponenko, Anna Duvinskaya, Larisa Plyahnevich, designer Marina Avsievich (Russia, Moscow).
Ирина Бельская, координатор по еврейскому образованию в Беларуси.