Resources & Research

The Jewish Education Project is actively tracking trends and opportunities related to educational innovation. We have also learned a great deal from our previous projects and gleaned significant insights and resources that we are sharing here. Through curated resources and original research, we help educators and Jewish communal leaders better understand – and more effectively address – how to adapt models, respond to new research, and hold onto the best of what we have already re-imagined. You can browse or sort through our resources below and you will find them spread throughout our site, labeled Related Resources.
 

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Resource Guide
These are some of the selected resources that have always been at the forefront of guiding our Passover experiences and new ones that are emerging in response to our massive communal need.
Educator Support
Check here for curated and school-related guidance on how Jewish Day School, Congregation, JCC, Early Childhood, and independent settings are responding and planning in their communities.
Webinar
Access our recorded webinars here. Upcoming webinars from The Jewish Education Project can be found on the Events page.
Wisdom
Key links to Health and Comunity information.
Video
Unable to attend our Jewish Futures Conference, Pride & Prejudice? Attended, but want to review and share with others? You'll find three ways to view our video recordings.
Webinar
Building on his talk at the Jewish Futures Conference, and inspired by the legacy of his teacher Elie Wiesel, author and educator Ariel Burger shares ten unique and counter-cultural suggestions for teaching with spiritual efficacy in troubled times.
Resource Guide
This Resource Guide includes articles, teaching resources, videos, and websites that have been selected in tandem with our 2019 Jewish Futures Conference 2019.
Research
GenZ Now: Understanding and Connecting with Jewish Teens Today, is based on 17,576 Jewish teen responses and provides a heretofore unprecedented understanding into who these teens are, what they care about and want, and what the Jewish community can do to enhance their lives as people, and as Jews.
Video
How can we deepen our students' exposure to the arts in a rich and meaningful way? What is the connection to neuroscience and how might that influence how we incorporate the arts or argue for them in our budgets? How does an Arts-based Jewish educational model differ from episodic Arts-based experiences?