Congregational Learning

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Today in North America, more children receive their Jewish education in congregational learning than anywhere else. Through leadership coaching, peer networks, professional development, and microgrants, our work helps congregational education leaders deliver meaningful, relevant Jewish learning that positively influences the lives of both learners and their families. Together, we’re ensuring that Jewish learning remains relevant and meaningful in the 21st century.

Related Resources

Resource Guide
The murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor have once again brought to the fore issues of systemic racism within this country and raised critical topics for our children/students. In our effort to support educators, families, and students, we share this collection of resources.
Livecast/Podcast
Adapting is a new weekly Livecast, Videocast, and Podcast from The Jewish Education Project with CEO David Bryfman.
Resource Guide
We’ve developed a small curated list that we found to be informative, thought-provoking, and worthy to explore. 

Related networks

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 you are…
Facilitator:
Jo Kay
A network open to full-time educators (Ass’t Directors/Principals, Family Engagement Professionals, Program Directors, Camp and Youth Professionals, Full-time Teachers) other than Senior educators/directors,…
Facilitator:
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. We…
17 - 2
Aug - Sep
Online, New York New York 10018
Three Live 90 minute webinars on hybrid and distance learning tools and strategies for Congregational School directors and teachers.

Latest News from Congregational Learning

Jun 4, 2020
By
David Bryfman
CEO David Bryfman writes about The Jewish Education Project's response to the death of George Floyd.