By Rabbi Yael Buechler While the rest of the world may be Zoom fatigued, over seventy families have continued to sign on for a free Zoom toddler music class twice-a-week. Why do these grownups and their babies, toddlers, and preschoolers keep coming back, as they have been … [Read more...] about Why One Zoom Class Has Generated a Following
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By Carl Chudnofsky and Rosa Kramer Franck Jewish leadership and learning don’t stop in a pandemic. In fact, we need it more. During challenging times like these, Jewish leaders and educators must support and nourish the communities they serve; they must lead and respond in a … [Read more...] about Now More Than Ever: Why Support Institutions of Jewish Learning and Leadership During a Pandemic?
This newly developed network has become a source not only of needed personal support but also of fresh and abundant professional resources and ideas. (Dr. Sam Joseph and Dr. Adriane Leveen) … [Read more...] about What We Learned from Designing an Online Course
[This post is part of a series from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, The Jewish Theological Seminary and Yeshiva University on the online learning experience.] by Dr. Jeffrey Glanz I have been teaching for over 40 years, the last twenty in higher education … [Read more...] about Unanticipated Outcomes of Online Learning
[This post is part of a series from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, The Jewish Theological Seminary and Yeshiva University on the online learning experience.] by Elana MacGilpin and Mark S. Young Imagine meaningful text study, chevruta (group) learning, … [Read more...] about The Jewish Experiential Leadership Institute: Demonstrating the Positive Impact of Online Learning in Jewish Leadership Development