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The Union for Reform Judaism is excited to announce that the new website ReformJudaism.org is out of “beta” mode and now officially launched! ReformJudaism.org is the first website to provide a wealth of Jewish information through a Reform Jewish lens.
Updated: Apr. 09, 2013
The CHAI Curriculum is a flexible educational system for Reform congregational schools based on the values of Torah, Avodah and G'milut Chasadim. The curriculum is for grades 1-7 and is based on the most important concepts and values of Jewish life, helping students grow into committed and thoughtful Jewish adults. Each core level contains 27 complete one-hour classroom lessons in Torah, Avodah and G'milut Chasdadim plus family education lessons.
Updated: Mar. 01, 2012
This September, 11th and 12th grade students can participate in a virtual learning environment with their peers throughout North America along with an in-person kallah experience, allowing URJ congregations the ability to collaborate and share resources developed in collaboration with Gratz College, a pioneer in online Jewish education. Registration is now open.
Updated: Aug. 30, 2011
Register now to join other Reform congregational leaders committed to adult learning in exploring best practices in adult education, including: applying principles of adult learning, using different learning modalities with adults and marketing adult learning programs. This intensive workshop for providers of adult learning in Reform congregations, will be held at OSRUI, Oconomowoc, Wisconsinon September 11-12, 2011.
Updated: Jul. 26, 2011
Holiday Happenings is a fun holiday resource designed for parents and staff of the Union for Reform Judaism's Early Childhood Programs. Early Childhood Directors, Educators and parents will find creative and exciting ways to integrate Jewish tradition into the lives of the youngest students in school and at home. Schools are encouraged to distribute this as part of their ongoing teacher-parent communication and education.
Updated: Aug. 29, 2010
The Union for Reform Judaism has just released the Spring, 2010 issue of Ganeinu, a publication for leaders dedicated to early Jewish childhood. In this issue of Ganeinu they explore renewing the purpose, working in collaborative teams and professional and volunteer, which are cutting across specific areas of expertise.
Updated: May. 30, 2010