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.
This interactive network is provided in partnership with the Paradigm Project and will integrate the core concepts of the Reggio Emilia Approach with our Jewish Early Childhood programs. Open to those who have been embracing the Reggio Approach as well as to those that are new to this thinking and eager to expand their understanding.
Designed for family educators, congregational ed directors, teachers, clergy, lay leaders, this network will help you develop best practices in the field of family education and intergenerational programming. This year as we continue to plan for online learning, we will consider the role of ritual in providing a comfortable framework for meaning-making and belonging.
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.
This network is a community of practice to support and deepen the work of Jewish Early Childhood Day Camp Directors. Together we will explore both big ideas related to vision, philosophy, core values, and policies as well as share practical strategies that can be helpful in the day to day running of a camp.
This continuing network will allow for Directors and Assistant/Associate Directors in Jewish Early Childhood settings in Long Island to share and develop best practices in the field of Early Childhood Education.
This continuing 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.
Connect with colleagues serving Long Island and Westchester Jewish communities to build relationships and explore opportunities for collaboration! This is your chance to sit and think with other youth professionals in a way that can spark and spread innovation in your settings.
This continuing network will allow for Directors and Associate Directors in Jewish Early Childhood settings in Manhattan to share and develop best practices in the field of Jewish Early Childhood education.
This is a group of primarily Manhattan veteran directors/senior educators, who have been meeting together for several years. This network is for senior educators who are part of their congregations' senior leadership teams and who have full-time educators reporting to them. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept additional members at this time.
Convening professionals focused on the mental health and wellness needs of Jewish youth and/or youth professionals on a regional or national level, the aim of the network is to learn more about each other’s work, build pathways for collaboration, and provide space for groupthink to problem solve challenges.