Articles on Teaching About Israel
"In teaching history, the most difficult task remains creating context: catapulting students back into a different time frame and having them disregard their contemporary historical perspective. The goal is to 'witness' history as it unfolded, not as it concluded." Excerpt from "What Works in Israel Education,"The Ravsak Journal HaYidion, Spring 2009
» Stein, Kenneth W. "What Works in Israel Education," The Ravsak Journal HaYidion, Spring 2009.
» Stein, Kenneth W., Tal Grinfas-David, and Anna R. Hartman. "Teaching Israel: A More Effective Strategy," Sh'ma, February 2008.
» Stein, Kenneth W. "Awake ye from ye slumber, the call that is heard, oh my people," (Why American Jewish Students Do Not Know Israeli History). Agenda: Jewish Education (JESNA), no. 18 (Winter 2004): 17-22.