Havruta study is a Jewish learning tradition in which two people learn a text together, reading it aloud, discussing its meaning, and exploring its broader applications to their lives. It's an age-old mode of Torah study, and it has enduring wisdom to teach us still today.
This article breaks down havruta study into six core practices, highlighting the profound lessons we can bring to any collaboration in schools, workplaces, or personal conversations and interactions.
Discover six key practices of havruta study that you can bring to any collaboration in schools, workplaces, or personal conversations and interactions.
Explore a learning routine that can be applied broadly to the study of a wide range of texts, including the practices of “supporting” and “challenging” in healthy arguments and conversations.
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