Through individual research, the development of original literature and field-based practice, twelve exemplary educators will gather virtually over eight months to explore what is particular and unique about the pedagogies of Jewish education.
Handpicked from a pool of hundreds of applicants, these fellows have been selected for the Jewish Pedagogies Circle – the first of two initiatives launching this year by M2: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education, to address foundational questions in – and new possibilities for – the landscape of Jewish education.
The cohort draws from many corners of Jewish educational professions, engaging a collective of approaches, methodologies, and backgrounds to experiential Jewish education. The fellows will collaborate with guest scholars, mentors, and artists in this exploration and test their pedagogies with a group of learners.
To learn more about the members of the cohort, please read the Participant Bio One-Pager.
To read more about the M² approach to what a Jewish pedagogy is, please read the concept paper here.