Description: Bernard Reisman is in many ways the "founding father" of informal Jewish education as a full-fledged domain within the larger world of Jewish learning. His original volume, when it appeared in 1978, revolutionized much of Jewish educational practice. Over the years experiential education has proven itself to be a powerful tool. It reaches and motivates all generations: teenagers, young leaders and veteran adult learners. This new edition of Reisman's classic compendium of informal education enriches the storehouse of resource from which professional educators and lay program leaders can draw to address both timeless and timely concerns. For those who know the importance of experiential and informal education but who want to learn from the master, this book will prove a highly valuable guide and companion.