Adapting Podcast: Meaning Makers: Supporting Our Educators

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In a time of shortage of Jewish educators, today’s episode of Adapting with guest speaker Aviva Lauer of the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators in Jerusalem, focuses specifically on why one would even consider becoming a Jewish educator today, asking such challenging questions as: how has the role of educator become more difficult than it once was? And how can we, as a culture, better champion the profession? Listen on Apple and Spotify!

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This week's guest, Aviva Lauer, speaks with David Bryfman about equipping educators with the Jewish knowledge, pedagogical skills, and supportive onboarding needed to succeed – and avoid burnout.

Aviva shares her pitch for why a career in Jewish education is the most meaningful career one can have.



  • Educator Training