By Nachama Skolnik Moskowitz When I ask Jewish educators to identify what learning from the pandemic they would like to take into the future (from the midst of crisis, let us find opportunity), many talk of the success of individualized Hebrew. Scheduled on Zoom at the … [Read more...] about Post-Pandemic Gifts for our Children
Jewish Education Today
By Aharoni Carmel and Yael Harari We’ve been closely following “What’s Going on in Jewish Education” and the CASJE interim report, not only because the research is integral to Jewish education, but additionally since TalentEducators was founded in 2019, we have been experie … [Read more...] about The Talent Next Door: A Hidden Gift of the Pandemic
By Jonathan Fass
“The best way to predict the future is to create it,” shares Alan Kay, the noted computer scientist who helped to make the personal computer a reality. In March 2020, recognizing COVID’s impending impact on education, The Jewish Education Project harne … [Read more...] about Announcement:
Bringing it All Together: Networks Platform Launches on The Jewish Educator Portal
By Rabbi Arnold Samlan How do we take a community that is wonderful, but often staid, and help its day schools and Jewish educational institutions learn how to innovate and become more exciting places in which to learn and, by extension, make the Jewish community itself a more … [Read more...] about Bringing a Spirit of Innovation to Town
By Nachama Skolnik Moskowitz The last few weeks brought a flurry of postings on Jewish educator Facebook groups with requests from synagogue educators (and others) for teaching ideas, whether for the upcoming semester or early planning for next fall. So much fit in the … [Read more...] about Where Do We Start?