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The Atid Day Day School Innovation Challenge is an online platform designed to celebrate creative teachers and share their groundbreaking classroom ideas with the world. The platform, will serve as both a competition hub and a living archive of classroom innovations. For the originators of this project – the PresenTense Group, the Jewish Education Project, and the UJA Federation of New York – the long-term vision extends far beyond the challenge itself. Their mission is to foster systemic implementation of innovations and educational best practices within Jewish day schools in the NYC metropolitan area.
Updated: Oct. 22, 2014
PresenTense is inviting community entrepreneurs who are passionate about social change, the Greater NYC Community and the Jewish people to apply to the 2011 New York City Community Entrepreneur Partnership (NYC CEP). The PresenTense NYC CEP is a five-month long entrepreneur accelerator, and is seeking applications from individuals with ideas to develop and sustain the Jewish Day School educational experience. Accepted applicants will receive a full scholarship for participation, generously sponsored by The AVI CHAI Foundation.
Updated: Nov. 02, 2010
Sixteen Jewish innovators will serve in PresenTense Summer Fellowships for innovators to tackle some of the Jewish world's most pressing problems. PresenTense will provide training, education and mentoring programs during the six-week fellowship for ideas from Jewish community engagement and education to social action or Jewish art and games.The fellows are paired with an organization that has a specific need. Among the organizations sponsoring fellows are the Jewish Funders Network, the European wing of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, iCenter and Covenant.
Updated: Feb. 04, 2010
This fall in New York City, the PresenTense Group and JESNA's Lippman Kanfer Institute will be holding a series of FutureTense Conversations around 'Innovation in Jewish Learning' for innovators in Jewish learning from a number of different settings to share insights, look more closely at new models of Jewish learning, and consider their implications for Jewish education in mainstream settings.
Updated: Sep. 06, 2009