Long Island Innovators
About this Network:
This continuing network will bring you together with other Long Island educators for peer support and critical colleagueship. You will engage in text study as well as read a book (of the network members’ choice) around designing innovative educational experiences. 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 collegial relationships, and to learn about new resources and the work of your fellow educators. You will identify and work towards a professional goal as well as contribute to the field by designing and/or implementing innovative strategies in your own setting or in the larger community.
- This network is open to new members but requires an initial conversation with the facilitator.
- This network is designed for congregational school educators.
About the Facilitators:
Suri Jacknis is the Director of Educator Networks and has enjoyed facilitating a wide variety of networks for The Jewish Education Project over the last decade. She combines her love of people and her love of Jewish education in her work as network weaver. Suri feels that it is amazing to contribute to the professional learning of participants and to promote experimentation and the implementation of new strategies and models.
Jodie Goldberg holds the title of a Teen Engagement Consultant and Project Manager, and consults with youth professionals working in JCCs, synagogues and various Jewish organizations in the New York area. She is currently a consultant for UJA’s Shapiro Family Fellowship program. Jodie holds a dual masters in Jewish Education and Hebrew Bible from The Jewish Theological Seminary.
Mondays, 10:00am - 11:30am EasternWednesday, Sept 2, (all others on Mondays) Oct 26, Dec 7, Jan 25 (2021), Mar 1, and May 3
Suri JacknisJodie Goldberg
- New members
- Target audience
Director / Principal / Head of School
- Geographic regions
- Area of work