By Joshua Ladon Last November, when Moishe House gathered a bunch of Jewish educators, funders, residents, and staff to talk about their Jewish educational work and how it reflects the scope of the broader Jewish landscape for emerging adults, we uncovered an interesting gap … [Read more...] about What Does Ground-Up Jewish Education Look Like?
By Casper ter Kuile A rich tapestry of practices and stories, traditions and values, Jewish education is woven through the lives of Jews and those who love them. It teaches and practically supports us to live lives of greater meaning, justice, and connection. As someone who … [Read more...] about The Purpose of Jewish Education is to Help Us Become.
By Roey Kruvi
Universities and cosmopolitan cities have something new in common - they are spending billions on spaces and buildings that are meant to “foster innovation.” Hundreds of millions of dollars are pouring into the construction of buildings that are supposed to ins … [Read more...] about Flexibility, Freedom of Ideas and Permission to Fail:
A Recipe for Collaboration and Innovation at Moishe House
By Yana Tolmacheva Recently I’ve been reflecting on my experience leading the 7th Annual Moishe House Russian Speaking Jews (RSJ) Training Conference, held in Chisinau, Moldova this September. Well-timed with Rosh Hashanah, the three days spent learning together with 45 young l … [Read more...] about For Russian-Speaking Jews, Creating a Place to Call Home
By Faustine Sigal It starts like a joke, or perhaps a text from the haggadah… A Russian, a Czech, an American, two British, an Uruguayan, an Argentinian and a French were sitting in the countryside, in the outskirts of Paris. The whole morning, they were discussing attributes o … [Read more...] about Moishe House: (How) is our Jewish Learning Different from all the Other Jewish Learnings?