Congregational Learning


Today in North America, congregational learning is where the largest number of Jewish children receive their Jewish education. Through leadership coaching, peer networks and microgrants, our work helps local clergy and education directors respond to some of the greatest challenges facing today’s learners and families. Together, we’re ensuring that Jewish learning remains relevant and meaningful in the 21st century.

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Resource Guide
A resource guide for Jewish educators and youth professionals in the aftermath of the fatal mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
How we can provide our students and youth with the emotional support that they need now, and to empower this generation to bring about the change they want to see in this world. Access our webinar recording and resources.
Not able to attend our Jewish Futures Conference on Civic Education? Attended, but want to review and share with others?

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Facilitator: Susan Tessel
​​​​​​Participants will focus on spiritual learning and soulful education to provide personally relevant, meaning-driven, experiential and ruach-oriented education. Discover best practices of tefillah
Facilitator: Ellen Rank
This continuing network will bring you together with other educators for peer support and critical colleagueship. You will share and get feedback on new ideas you are developing as well as challenges
Facilitator: Laurie Landes
Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a student-centered pedagogy that involves active, collaborative investigation of real-world challenges and problems. With projects like creating a siddur for youth serv
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Online Webinar,, New York, New York 10018
Israel is turning 70; a time to celebrate and a time to educate. What approaches can help young learners embrace Israel with all her complexities? This first in a series of spring webinars will focus on the philosophy and challenges of Israel education today.

Latest News from Congregational Learning

Mar 9, 2018
Tatyana Dvorkin
Hear from teachers who tried out game based learning in their classrooms.