Dr. Daniel Marom leads the development of curriculum and pedagogy at the Mandel School for Educational Leadership (MSEL) in Jerusalem, currently focusing on Israel studies, effective use of research in the design of leadership initiatives, case learning of MSEL graduate innovations, and philosophical learning for practitioners. Marom is also exploring bridges between the School’s work and the education of leaders in other professions of human improvement, including medicine, psychology, spiritual care, social work and law. A member of the founding group of the Mandel Foundation’s endeavors in Israel, he launched the Foundation’s publication program, editing its Monographs series and co-editing Visions of Jewish Education; Dialogue of the Disparate: Jewish Interethnic Encounter at the Shevach-Moffet High School in Tel Aviv,, and Weekly Word from the Bible: Ancient Hebrew Culture for Toddlers according to the Educational Vision of Haim Nachman Bialik. He also established the Mandel Visions Unit in 2004 and directed it until 2010. Today he serves as Secretary of the Foundation's Curriculum Committee and leads its annual seminar for the faculties of its training programs. Marom's research and publications focus on the educational ideas of Israeli and Jewish thinkers and he has developed model curricula for Israeli and Jewish education on the basis of these ideas for various settings, from kindergarten through to higher education. He has served as a visiting lecturer in academic institutions in Israel and the United States, where he has taught philosophy of education, educational planning and Israel studies.
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