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Innovative Jewish educators Abi Dauber Sterne and Robbie Gringas have taken on a new approach to learning about Israel: Argument circles. Now, with the help of a $1.1 million grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation, For the Sake of Argument (FSA)’s pilot program will give Dauber Sterne and Gringas the opportunity to achieve successful execution of the program among Jewish community groups across the world.
An engaging conversation between Jessica Steinberg and Abi and Robbie on Times Will Tell, a weekly podcast from The Times of Israel, exploring the backstory and goals of Stories for the Sake of Argument.
"The book is intended to be a guide for discussions both in classrooms and in homes. It is worthwhile because it frames many of the issues that Israel faces in new, more understandable ways, which people who devote themselves to ethical choices can debate and learn."
There are three kinds of approach to a disagreement: Debate, Negotiation, and Learning. We’re interested in the third.
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