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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Educator Spotlight
Rabbi Tzvi Hametz of Gindi Maimonides Academy in Los Angeles discusses how he brings Torah learning into the makerspace.
Educator Spotlight
Dani Carrus of Maimonides School uses EdTech to push her students to new heights.
Educator Spotlight
Amy Katz of Yeshiva University High School for Girls/Central discusses how incorporating technology changed her history classroom.
Educator Spotlight
“By using technology we are allowing our students to see Judaism as relevant,” Rabbi Melissa Buyer-Witman, Director of Lifelong Learning at Temple Israel of the City of New York, explains in this month's Educator Spotlight.
Wisdom
A New Publication: Where Jewish Education Helps Student Thrive
Webinar
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.
Model Adaptation
J-JEP is a multi-denominational collaboration between Beth Shalom, a traditional Conservative congregation and Rodef Shalom, a Classical Reform congregation. The learning in J-JEP reflects the belief that no two households are the same.
Model Adaptation
Living Judaism is an all-inclusive experiential learning model of Jewish Education. The purpose of the model is to engage every learner, provide carefully constructed learning experiences, build a strong identity, root students firmly in tradition, and create memories to last for years to come.
Educator Spotlight
Why are students so excited about social studies at Shulamith School for Girls?