What Do We Do Outside Web-Meeting Session Urban Schools in NYC

September 29th, 2020

Join The Jewish Education Project for a brainstorming session where you can share and hear from other teachers who work in the city.

Are you wanting to teach outside more this year? Struggling to figure out where to spend time outdoors and what to do while outside? Join The Jewish Education Project for a brainstorming session where you can share and hear from other teachers who work in the city about how outdoor learning is going so far. This will be an open conversation that will be facilitated by Sasha Kopp, Community Early Childhood and Family Engagement Consultant. Please bring your ideas and questions and be ready to share!

For Urban Schools in NYC- 3:30PM-4:30PM

About the Facilitator:

Sasha Kopp

Sasha Kopp is a Community Early Childhood and Family Engagement Consultant at The Jewish Education Project. Sasha grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and has loved camp and the outdoors for as long as she can remember. In 2010, Sasha found her passion for outdoor education through a semester studying in abroad and working at Skovbørnebaven Skovletten a public forest kindergarten in Glostrop, Denmark. This experience inspired her to spend more time outside as a teacher at Temple Beth Shalom in Needham, MA where she took her classes outside for hours on end - through all kinds of weather! Sasha is excited to share her passion and creativity, as together, we re-think how to spend time our outside.

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Area of Work

  • EC - Early Childhood

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