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view our original Research to Action: UNDERSTANDING AND ENGAGING JEWISH TEENS TODAY

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Generation Now: Understanding and Engaging Jewish Teens Today

What We Found Out:
Learn how the insights and findings from this report are reshaping the national conversation about Jewish teens.

What we are doing about it?
Learn where our current work with Teen professionals is taking the 14 Outcomes from the report.

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Research to Action

Our work with Teen Professionals is now firmly guided by these “Outcomes that Positively Impact the Lives of Jewish Teens.” Since the beginning of the 2016-17 academic year, our Teen Engagement workshops, webinars and networks are focused on using the outcome framework in professional practice. In addition to guiding others who are using the outcomes to influence their work (see the Outcomes Network link below), we are also modeling outcome driven education by selecting two outcomes for our current content focus.

#1 - Jewish teens have a stronger sense of self

#10 - Jewish Teens develop the capacity (skills and language) that allows them to grapple with and express their spiritual journeys

For more on learning opportunities connected to these outcomes, please see our Teens Thrive Series.

Interested in discussing with others how to put any of these outcomes into action in your setting?  Join our Generation Now Outcomes Network (national & virtual)...or at least be part of our first virtual meeting.
 


REPORT AND OUTCOMES

There are a number of important resources within the report and some that have been created since which we are pleased to share with you below. For those interested in more fully immersing yourself in some of the earlier research and background information on Jewish Teens, you’ll find links to these resources at the end of the page as well.



(View/download the Outcomes chart)


Report Resources

 

Related Resources

Video
The Generation Now Research Report, released in 2016, provided a new framework from which to view Jewish teen programming. What happens next? Two webinars with Dr. David Bryfman.

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