Thriving: Selected Resources

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The following resource guide is being built in support of and will grow in response to our work at The Jewish Education Project around Thriving. As one of a number of educational institutions thinking deeply about this potential paradigm shift in how we approach our work, we have responded to many requests about what to read, watch and listen to - and where to start.

These selected resources will continue to be shaped in the months ahead by us and, hopefully, by your submissions and thoughtful responses. We hope you will share your resources with us or other thoughts about this guide by sending them to resourceguides@JewishEdProject.org.  
 

ACCESS AND EXPLOREWe are providing this version as a Google Doc so that educators can add it to their Drive, if they want, or make a copy to work with on their own.

Related Resources

Conference
At Columbia University, over 400 Jewish educators and communal leaders gathered at the Jewish Futures Conference to hear a case for radically shifting the priorities of Jewish education. Produced through a partnership between The Jewish Education Project and The Lippman Kanfer Institute for Living Torah.

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 confronting. This network is a great opportunity for you to engage in text study, to build new collegial relationships, and to learn about new resources and the work of your fellow educators. Network activities will include: text study; case studies; reflection; protocols for sharing both new innovative learning experiences as well as challenges; and resource sharing. You will contribute to the field by designing and/or implementing innovative strategies in your own setting or in the larger community. This network was previously known as "New York Metropolitan Congregational Educators".