By Bess Adler As any educator worth their salt knows, getting student “buy-in” is critical to the success of an educational program. This is especially true if those students are teens. One of the most important ways to get teen buy-in is to have them take part in program pla … [Read more...] about Making Teens Equal Partners in Programming
By Moshe Hecht We see crowdfunding campaigns everywhere, every day. Its prevalence, particularly within the Jewish community, has raised the collective concern of its sustainability. Is crowdfunding, as we know it, a viable and renewable method of fundraising? Or are we … [Read more...] about How Crowdfunding Will Stand the Test of Time
The Wexner Field Fellowship is a
leadership learning opportunity for high potential full-time Jewish
communal professionals to deepen their leadership skills and develop
a rich network of colleagues. Up to 15 exceptional professionals will
be selected for a three-year program … [Read more...] about Applications Open:
Wexner Field Fellowship
By Linna Ettinger Vision is certainly required to raise children to be upright citizens of today’s society, but in a bilingual (Hebrew and Arabic) Kindergarten in the town of Jaffa in Israel, the director, Ora Balha, demonstrates vision and also extraordinary courage every d … [Read more...] about In Which Society will our Children Flourish and Thrive?
J-STEAM is an approach that integrates modern technology and pedagogy with timeless Jewish learning. By Jared Matas Every fall, as students and teachers start another school year, the Jewish calendar also restarts and Jews around the world start the annual Torah reading by … [Read more...] about Are Your Students Partners in Creation?