Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education Podcast with David Bryfman
The Jewish Education Project
On the Adapting Podcast, The Jewish Education Project's CEO David Bryfman talks with leaders in Jewish education about trends, challenges, and opportunities affecting you, Jewish educators. Look out for new episodes on Thursday mornings.
Adapting: Creating A+ Human Beings - The Real Purpose of Jewish Education?
Dr. Bruce Powell, Dr. Erica Rothblum, and Dr. Ron Wolfson discuss how to create A+ human beings through Jewish education.
Jewish Education: Socially Distant, Spiritually Together - Adapting LIVEcast
Rabbi Deborah Bravo and Rabbi Charles Savenor discuss how they and other Jewish educational leaders are creating engaging Jewish educational experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lessons Learned and Bold Predictions: Fall's Re-entry Into Jewish Education
The Jewish Education Project staff members (Rabbi Jennifer Goldsmith, Sasha Kopp, and Rebecca Ruberg) discuss how congregational education, early childhood education, and teen education have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adapting: Jewish Day Schools At A Crossroads
David Bryfman discusses how Jewish Day Schools are reopening during COVID-19 with Paul Bernstein of Prizmah and Amanda Pogany of Luria Academy of Brooklyn.
Adapting: Gen Z... Reshaping Jewish Life
Four GenZ Jewish teens (Abe Baker-Butler, Alyx Bernstein, Julie Levey, and Sydney Greene) join The Jewish Education Project's David Bryfman and Jodie Goldberg for a conversation about what it is like to be a Jewish teen in 2020.
Complexity, Conflicts, and Connections: Adapting in Israel Education
Israel Education experts Rachel Fish, Robbie Gringras, and Anne Lanski discuss the complexities and challenges of Israel education.
Adapting: Pioneering During Uncertain Times with the 2020 Young Pioneers Award Recipients
Recipients of the 2020 Robert M. Sherman Young Pioneers Award (Lauren Belferder, Carly Namdar, Dina Newman, and Phreddy Nosanwisch) discuss their work, how they have adjusted their educational practices because of Coronavirus, and share their philosophies of Jewish Education.
Adapting: Surviving or Thriving? Jewish Education's "New Normal" with Saul Kaiserman
Saul Kaiserman, Director of Lifelong Learning at Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York, discusses the purpose of Jewish education and how Jewish educational institutions like Hebrew Schools and Jewish Supplementary schools will look different after the Coronavirus pandemic.
Adapting: Race & Education with Chava Shervington and Yoshi Silverstein
Chava Shervington and Yoshi Silverstein discuss race in Jewish education and steps Jewish educators can take to make Jewish learning environments open and welcoming to students of all backgrounds. Chava is board member and past president of the Jewish Multiracial Network and Yoshi is founder and executive director of the Mitsui Collective.
Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education with Miriam Heller Stern
How is the ecology of Jewish education changing to prepare students to respond to challenging times? Miriam Heller Stern, National Director of the School of Education and Associate Professor at HUC-JIR, talks about the role of education, the value of Hebrew schools, and more.
Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education with Julie Finkelstein
Julie Finkelstein, Director of Leadership Development at Foundation for Jewish Camp, discusses how camps are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education with Meredith Lewis
Meredith Lewis, Director of Content, Education, and Family Experience for PJ Library in North America, talks about the history of the PJ Library and the organization's mission.
Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education with Maya Bernstein
Maya Bernstein, co-founder of UpStart and co-director of Georgetown University's Institute for Transformational Leadership's Certificate in Facilitation, discusses the theory of adaptive leadership and the state of Jewish education.
Adapting: Canadian Jewish Life and the Importance of High Impact Jewish Experiences with Daniel Held
Daniel Held, Executive Director of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto’s Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Education, joins David Bryfman on the May 4, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.
Adapting: The Power of Camp, Jewish Life in Modern Poland, and More with Gabe Miner
Gabe Miner, a veteran Jewish educator currently living in Warsaw, joins David Bryfman on the April 30, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.
Adapting: Helping Teens Grow and Thrive in the World with Carly Orshan
Carly Orshan, Director of the Teen Department at the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education in Miami, FL, joins David Bryfman on the April 28, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.
Adapting: Jewish Culture as Cholent and Thoughts on a Post COVID-19 World with Yoni Colman
Yoni Colman, Director of Leadership Development for NCSY, joins David Bryfman on the April 20, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.
Adapting: We Don’t Have to Accept the Way Things Were with Elizabeth Zeller
Rabbi Elizabeth Zeller, Senior Rabbi at Temple Chaverim in Plainview, NY, joins David Bryfman on the April 24, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.
Adapting: Jewish Life in the United Kingdom, Zionism, and the Importance of Hebrew with Robin Moss
Robin Moss, Director of Strategy at UJIA, joins David Bryfman on the April 23, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.
Adapting: Contact Before Content with Micol Zimmerman Burkeman
Micol Zimmerman Burkeman, Recruitment and Leadership Development Associate at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, joins David Bryfman on the April 14, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.