This network features Dr. Betsy Stone as she presents new ways to think about promoting Mental Health in a school environment
This network is designed for Directors of Education in Brooklyn congregations to come together for the purposes of sharing, problem-solving, and collaboration. We will strive to create a forum where challenges can be brainstormed, programs can be co-planned, and resources can be shared.
Collaborate with other Day School change-makers to create and implement an Executive Functioning (EF) plan in your school to support students, teachers and parents.
This Network is designed to foster a collective space for teachers to reflect and process their year of teaching during the pandemic both as professionals and as people outside of school, especially when there were many boundaries impacted and removed. In this community of learners, participants will deepen their understanding of Thriving drawing on the theory of Positive Psychology through a Jewish lens and build up their practical skills to implement in their classrooms. Each session will include text study and a focus on the tools and outcomes of Thriving, along with a takeaway challenge to apply to their practice.
Join educators from across North America to further our growth in teaching and engaging learners online. We will learn from guest speakers and each other about how to improve digital engagement as a successful part of congregational learning and informal Jewish experiences. This network is open to all educators but participants should be comfortable teaching online.
B’ruchim HaBa’im to the Engaging in Israel Education Network (formerly: Qushiyot Alumni Network). Join other educators who share a passion for developing and facilitating high quality Israel education experiences that challenge and engage our students.
The Jewish Education Project and JOFA present: The Gender Equity in Day Schools Network in partnership with The Azrieli Graduate School of Education & Administration and The William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education. This network is designed for female-identified teachers who work in a Day School and want to explore the tensions that arise around gender in the Day School environment.
The HaAtid Network for Emerging Early Childhood Educators is a network for new and new-ish early childhood educators. This cohort will learn together as a community throughout the year about a variety of topics foundational to the field of Jewish Early Childhood and will meet with expert mentor teachers who will support the educator throughout the year.
This is a national network for educators working in congregational and supplemental school settings to build a network of peers to troubleshoot challenges, share resources, and develop collaborative learning opportunities.
This national network is designed for education directors who are leading an independent educational program for elementary-age children and/or teens. The network will provide a platform for idea-sharing, problem-solving, and consultation related to the particular challenges of entrepreneurial Jewish education ventures.
This network is designed for educators (education directors, lead teachers, and entrepreneurial educators) engaged in K-12 part-time Jewish education. This national network is a great opportunity for you to build new collegial relationships, and to learn about new resources and the work of your fellow educators.
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.