Journal of Jewish Education: Article of the Year Award
About the prize
The Journal of Jewish Education Article of the Year Award, established in 2018, is chosen by a select committee of NRJE members and announced each June. The author(s) receive a gift of $1,000.
The following criteria will be used to judge this award:
- Demonstrated intellectual rigor, well-argued and well-written
- Employed methodology is appropriate to the research question
- The subject contributes to the advancement of the field
It is hoped that this award will serve as a further incentive to researchers who are considering publishing through the Journal, the journal of record in Jewish Education for over 85 years.
For more information about the JJE Article of the Year Award, please contact Susan Kittner Huntting, Associate Editor.
|2017||Ziva Hassenfeld||Teaching Sacred Texts in the Classroom: The Pedagogy of Transmission and the Pedagogy of Interpretive Facilitation||83||4|
|2018||Sivan Zakai||History that matters: How students make sense of historical texts||84||2|
|2019||Miriam Heller Stern||Jewish Creative Sensibilities: Framing a New Aspiration for Jewish Education||85||4|