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Welcome to The Jewish Educator, NewCAJE’s premier Journal of Jewish Education. NewCAJE is a community of Jewish educators dedicated to building a stronger Jewish community. The Fall 2020 issue is devoted to learning resources for Tu Bi-Shevat & Tisha B’Av.
Updated: Jan. 13, 2021
Welcome to the June 2018 The Jewish Educator, containing artcles written by your colleagues. For this issue, we asked for articles on the following topics: 1. As we approach the High Holidays and new beginnings, share changes and exciting ideas you institute in your classroom, in your professional development, or in the climate of your school. 2. With today’s overprogrammed students and overcommitted families, share creative ways of keeping children, with the support of their families, in school and engaged in the learning process.
Updated: Jul. 04, 2018
NewCAJE to Gather 500 Jewish Educators from All Denominations and Over 40 States for Annual Conference 5. July 29 – Aug 1, 2018
Five hundred Jewish Educators will gather at the 9th annual NewCAJE conference, taking place July 29 – Aug 1, 2018 at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. Come early for an uplifting pre-conference Shabbat experience.
Updated: Jun. 28, 2018
This year, Shavuot - this often under-appreciated, yet important holiday - falls within the school year. We urge you to use the resources in this publication to create a beautiful, loving ceremony/holiday for the children and adults in your community. This issue features articles by Jen Glaser, Goldie Milgram, Amy Ripps, Everett Fox, and more!
Updated: Mar. 21, 2018
At NewCAJE 7 in Naperville, Illinois, two workshop blocks were devoted to the teaching of the Tishrei holidays with more of an emphasis on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur than on Sukkot. The calendar often gives educators an opportunity to teach Sukkot during the holiday, if not before it, but the High Holidays often are not taught or taught sparsely, and usually not systematically. This year, we are most fortunate that the High Holidays come much later in the fall — beginning as they do at the very beginning of October. NewCAJE wants to make available to you all of the workshops from the two workshop blocks and their content. The presenters were asked to write up their workshops so that someone who did not attend their session also could benefit from them. They were asked to include full stories, links to music, etc., so that everything here would be available to you and easy to access for your teaching.
Updated: Aug. 31, 2016
Join NewCAJE 5 at Sinai Temple and lodging at UCLA dorms on August 10-13, 2014. Register now for conference early registration and for the optional pre-conference Shabbat, Aug. 8-9 at UCLA Hillel. NewCAJE conferences bring together all those involved in the transmission of Jewish education and culture. Participants come from most states and many countries. They represent every stream of Judaism and they teach every age group. They are principals, teachers, professors, clergy, musicians, artists and storytellers from across the denominational spectrum. They are lay leaders and parents, entrepreneurs and social media gurus. They work in camps, Day Schools, Hebrew Schools, Jewish Centers and synagogues to name but a few.
Updated: Mar. 26, 2014
For the third year, NewCAJE is offering a program track specifically for young professionals (YPs) in Jewish education, arts, and religious and lay leadership. Those who join the NewCAJE YP community will have access to a growing network of colleagues across the US and Canada with which to share ideas, commiserate, strategize, and celebrate. The Third Annual NewCAJE Conference, will take place on August 5-8, 2012 at the campus of Montclair State University, located in New Jersey, and an easy train ride from New York City.
Updated: Jun. 18, 2012
One hundred of the best and brightest young (age 23-42 ) professionals from all fields of Jewish Education will be invited to come to NewCAJE2 at American Hebrew Academy, Greensboro NC between July 31 - August 3, 2011. We are looking for thoughtful teachers and future leaders of Jewish education across geographical, demographical and denominational lines. Our definition of teacher is anyone involved in the transmission of Jewish education and culture: classroom teachers, principals, rabbis, cantors, artists, writers, musicians, storytellers, communal service professionals, layleaders, bloggers, website developers, webinaristas and parents.
Updated: Jun. 02, 2011
NewCAJE has announced its second annual conference to be held at the American Hebrew Academy, Greensboro NC on July 31 – August 3, 2011. The conference will be offering a track for every setting and every age group—Early Childhood, Special Needs, Hebrew School, Day School, High School, Informal Education and Adult Education. Special interests such as Family Education, Environmental Education and Social Justice will also be well covered. Outstanding Torah L’shma will be offered from rabbis and scholars.
Updated: May. 11, 2011
An intergenerational group of Jewish educators has issued a call to the grassroots membership of the Jewish educational community to re-establish the pluralistic network that was CAJE under the name NewCAJE – New Coalition for Alternatives in Jewish Education. The new organization will incorporate the core CAJE values of pluralism, shared teaching and learning, and immersion in Torah l’shema. Operationally, it will be volunteer-led and supported by its grassroots constituency. Money initially raised will go to buy the intellectual property of the former organization, to outreach to the next generation of Jewish educators, and to produce the next conference.
Updated: Dec. 08, 2009