Innovation in Jewish Education Network
About this Network:
This network will bring together educators for peer support and critical colleagueship. As this network welcomes a new facilitator this coming year, we will embark on a new chapter of rich professional growth, while building on existing network rituals, culture and relationships. This network will help you identify professional goals and examine innovative strategies to be implemented in your respective settings.
Network activities will include: text studies, case studies, reflection opportunities, and protocols for sharing innovative learning experiences.
- This network is designed for educators (education directors, lead teachers, and entrepreneurial educators) engaged in K-12 part-time Jewish education.
- This is a national network.
About the Facilitator:
Ivy is a Senior Education Consultant for Entrepreneurial Models at The Jewish Education Project. Her current work focuses on supporting congregational educators towards adopting new models that lead to thriving and are responsive to today’s learners and families. Prior to joining The Jewish Education Project, Ivy worked at B’nai Jeshurun (BJ) in NYC for a decade, where she served as the Education Director, and also has experience in Jewish camping and as a consultant to synagogues. Ivy holds an MA in Jewish Education from the Davidson School at JTS, served as a graduate school practicum mentor, and is an alum of the Leadership Institute.
Thursdays, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ETOctober 28, December 9, January 27, March 17, May 5, June 9
- New members
- Target audience
Associate / Assistant DirectorDirector / Principal / Head of SchoolIndependent Educator
- Geographic regions
BronxBrooklynLong IslandManhattanNationalQueensStaten IslandWestchester
- Area of work