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The school year is coming to a close in the northern hemisphere, and in-class parties (to the extent they are not on Zoom) have begun. A sine qua non is food, of course. But the typical end-of-year rituals include more than just treats: award ceremonies, outdoor fun in the fresh air, time capsules (lots of pandemic memories to store away for a later date), a recap of the past year, or sharing of summer plans. A Hebrew teacher in one of my schools ended the year in a most atypical way. She used the last week of school to continue teaching…but with games. Here are three of her favorites and the reasons why these games were my favorites too–even though I was only invited to observe, never to play.
Updated: Jun. 22, 2021
Minister of Diaspora Affairs and Minister of Education Naftali Bennett told a group of 160 leading Diaspora Jewish day school leaders representing over 30 countries at the First Global Jewish Education Summit this week, “we’re good when it comes to national security. What we’d really like to know is how we can help you strengthen Jewish identity and Jewish education in the Diaspora. Together, we must transmit not just a sense of shared history but a sense of a shared destiny, a mission.
Updated: Aug. 14, 2018