Cook, Allison and Orit Kent (2018). How We Learn Is What We Learn.Gleanings: A Dialogue on Jewish Education.
Cook, Allison and Orit Kent (2017). The Pedagogy of Partnership and the Power of Relationships. Jewish Federation of North America’s Ideas in Jewish Education and Engagement.
Cook, Allison and Orit Kent (2014). “Learning Torah Through Partnership: A Viewer’s Guide.”
Kent, Orit and Allison Cook (2014). “Teachers as Learners and Practitioners: Shifting Teaching Practice Through Havruta Pedagogy.“ Journal of Religious Education, Volume 109, Issue 5, 2014.
Kent, Orit and Allison Cook (2013). "Intentional Chevruta Learning: Cultivating Ethical and Spiritual Growth in Learners." Think, The Lola Stein Institute Journal (Fall 2013). 22-23.
Holzer, Elie, with Orit Kent (2013). A Philosophy of Havruta: Understanding and Teaching the Art of Text Study in Pairs. Academic Studies Press.
Kent, Orit and Allison Cook (2012). "Havruta Inspired Pedagogy: Fostering An Ecology of Learning for Closely Studying Texts with Others." Journal of Jewish Education 78:3. [Preprint-PDF]
Kent, Orit and Allison Cook. "Interpretive Experience as the Fulcrum of Tanakh Education." Ha'Yidion (Summer 2012). 58-60.
Kent, Orit and Allison Cook (2012). "Three Partners in Study: Two People and a Text." Sh'ma, A Journal of Jewish Ideas. 42:690.
Holzer, Elie and Orit Kent ( 2011). "Havruta: What do we know and what can we hope to learn?" in International Handbook of Jewish Education 5. New York: Springer.
Kent, Orit and Jocelyn Segal (2010): ‘Infusion: Integrating Jewish Values in A General Studies Classroom.”
Kent, Orit (2008). Interactive Text Study and the Co-Construction of Meaning: Havruta in the DeLeT Beit Midrash. Brandeis University. Doctoral dissertation.
Kent, Orit (2006). "Interactive Text Study: A Case of Hevruta Learning." Journal of Jewish Education. 72:3, 205-232
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