Judaism in the Home Network
About this Network:
Over the course of the pandemic, we have witnessed many family members living together and engaging in Jewish life and learning in a new and vibrant way. This national network will help you develop best practices to facilitate and support intergenerational Jewish learning in the place where Jewish living happens most frequently - inside the home.
This is a new network geared towards Directors of Education, Independent Educators, and Family Educators who work with families and are looking to experiment with family learning that happens in the home. This network is an opportunity to better understand how to connect to those at home, particularly when engaging intergenerationally.
This will be a virtual network, open to educators nationally.
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.
Mondays or Tuesdays, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ETNovember 1, December 13, January 24, March 14, May 3, June 7
- New members
- Target audience
Associate / Assistant DirectorDirector / Principal / Head of SchoolIndependent Educator
- Geographic regions
BronxBrooklynLong IslandManhattanNationalQueensStaten IslandWestchester
- Area of work