By Rella Kaplowitz, Stacie Cherner, and Lisa Narodick Colton As the ongoing pandemic requires us to protect one another by staying apart, organizations across the Jewish sector are unlocking the secret to engaging meaningfully with young Jews in digital spaces. How? By … [Read more...] about Emotion Before Content: Evidence Based Recommendations for Designing Virtual Jewish Engagement
Jim Joseph Foundation
New research that surveyed nearly 1,400 9-12th graders at Jewish day schools shows that 60% of those students believe that “their remote learning has not had a notable negative impact on their education.” Students also appreciate the efforts made by their schools and, even when th … [Read more...] about Has Remote Learning Set Back Jewish Day School Students?
By Aaron Dorfman, Stacie Cherner, and Lisa Eisen Read the full RFP for Chronicling COVID-19 and the American Jewish Community here. We look forward to you joining us in coordinating and democratizing efforts to record our community’s response to the pandemic. When the R … [Read more...] about Come Join Us in Recording the Next Chapter of the Jewish Story
The Jewish Emergent Network, in partnership with Yavilah McCoy and Dimensions, have launched "Confessions of the Heart - Antiracism in Practice, a 30-Day Racial Equity Challenge" for Elul. Based on a powerful adaptation of the Al Chet liturgy by McCoy, the challenge is open to … [Read more...] about Jewish Emergent Network & Yavilah McCoy/Dimensions Launch Elul Project
As the school year begins, The Jewish Education Project is launching a dynamic new Jewish Educator Portal (educator.jewishedproject.org) - a one-stop-shop for Jewish educators to access curated content and resources, ongoing professional development, and eventually a mechanism to … [Read more...] about New Jewish Educator Portal is One-Stop Shop for Curated Content, Professional Development, and Convenings for Jewish Educators