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Ohr Torah Stone’s Beren-Amiel and Straus-Amiel emissary training programs brought together 42 of its North, Central and South American emissaries in Cancún, Mexico, to address ways to tackle critical issues affecting smaller Diaspora Jewish communities, including conversion, assimilation and how to educate a generation of Jews with virtually no connection to Judaism.
Updated: Feb. 27, 2019
Applications Open: Senior Educators Fourth Cohort at M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education
M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education has opened applications for the fourth Senior Educators Cohort. M² Senior Educators Cohort (SEC) is an international 10-month program providing 40 outstanding educators with a holistic approach toward the theory and practice of experiential Jewish education. Over the course of three, five-day convenings, participants gain exposure to signature educational pedagogies, multidisciplinary perspectives and cutting-edge methods that enable them to articulate, refine and sharpen their practice in an immersive cohort environment.
Updated: Jan. 16, 2019
The Jewish Education Project is proud to launch the second cohort of the Generation Now Fellowship, an immersive, world-class experience designed for senior professionals from across the country who are interested in making a lasting impact on the field of Jewish teen education and engagement. Fellows will be connected to a community of colleagues representing a diverse array of organizations and initiatives.
Updated: Jan. 09, 2019
Are you a day school educator who: is in your first three years of teaching Jewish studies, or has recently switched to a new grade level and/or new subject matter, or would like to infuse your general studies curriculum with more Jewish content? If so, you are invited to a special track of the three-week Pardes Summer Program, The Day School Teachers Track to be held in Jerusalem on July 7-25, 2019.
Updated: Dec. 30, 2018
Ivriyon is now accepting applications for the 2019 summer Ivriyon Hebrew Immersion Institute for Day School Educators (July 8-August 1, 2019). The Ivriyon summer institute prepares day school educators to teach Judaic subjects engagingly and effectively in Hebrew. The program combines intensive language immersion with powerful learning experiences to strengthen participating educators’ Hebrew language skills. The four-week program focuses on developing participants’ expressive skills through intensive communicative practice, writing, grammar review and vocabulary expansion. Participants will work with an Ivriyon mentor through the 2019-20 school year.
Updated: Dec. 26, 2018
As we light the last Chanuka candle tonight, I would like to share some thoughts about the JEDLAB Facebook Group and what this network is meant to be. It was created as a place to be creative, innovative and to think out of the box. It was created to bring all different flavors of the Jewish world together to try and bring new ideas, big ideas, to make a difference in the work we do. I joined when the network was barely 2,000. It is amazing to me that we are now about to hit 10,000.
Updated: Dec. 19, 2018
MOFET International is proud to present an online webinar to the global education community with Dr. Nellie Deutsch on “How Good Is your Online Course?” on Sunday, October 7, 2018, 9 PM - 10:30 PM - Israel time. The free webinar will deal with some of the criteria involved in evaluating both blended and fully online courses.
Updated: Aug. 29, 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
From Power Struggle to Benevolent Authority and Empathic Limit-Setting: Creating Inclusive School Practice with Excluded Students through Action Research
Teachers face a dilemma in setting limits and establishing boundaries with excluded students, who often exhibit extremely disruptive behavior that cannot be ignored or condoned. Since limit-setting through threats, sanctions, punishment, or expulsion simply reinforces the cycle of exclusion, the alternative approach presented here is to treat the breaching of boundaries as a developmental rather than a moral issue. Benevolent authority and empathic limit-setting, which lie at the core of this method, involve understanding and tending to the needs of the young person while at the same time clearly defining the necessary boundaries and positively reinforcing students for maintaining them.
Updated: Jun. 20, 2018
This year Herzog College is expanding its Yemei Iyun (July 15-19, 2018) offerings, with an additional pedagogy day in English aimed at teachers in English speaking countries, together with classes in French and Spanish.
Updated: Jun. 20, 2018