Congregational Learning

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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.

Related Resources

Resource Guide
This Resource Guide is being built in support of and will grow in response to our 2018 Jewish Futures Conference: Power to the People. We hope you will let us know how you use these resources in the weeks and months ahead. 
Video
Our webinar brought together experts and voices from the field, as The Jewish Education Project examined how to speak with children, teens, and families in the wake of this shifting reality; helping them cope, feel secure, and make meaning in today’s world.
Resource Guide
This Resource Guide is being built in support of and will grow in response to the tragedy at Tree of Life * Or L'Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh.

Related networks

Ellen Rank
This continuing network will bring you together with other educators for peer support and critical colleagueship.
Jo Kay
This network is for full-time congregational school educators (other than directors) who meet face-to-face to share their innovative models and strategies, and to explore their own potential to make a differ
Dr. Evie Rotstein
Educators with varying degrees of experience will have the opportunity to collaborate and create new strategies for innovative models of curricular design for learning beyond the walls of the classroom.
16
Dec
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Jewish Education Project, 520 8th Avenue, 15th Floor, New York, new york 10018
In a four-day interactive session, learn how the Responsive Classroom proactive approach to discipline can establish a calm, safe, and engaging learning environment.

Latest News from Congregational Learning

Dec 11, 2018
By
The Jewish Education Project
New role to begin July 1; follows extensive national search to succeed Robert Sherman