This new Jewish Education Project Network will bring together Jewish Music Educators who are embedded in a community and working to impact children, youth, and families over time. Participants will share wisdom, repertoire, and resources, experiment with new strategies, and consider how Jewish Music Education can help their congregations thrive.
Educators with varying degrees of experience will have the opportunity to collaborate and create new strategies for innovative models of curricular design for learning beyond the walls of the classroom. We will also devote time to the peer consultancy process to unravel the challenges we face as Jewish educators.
Connect with colleagues 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.
OPEN ONLY TO QUSHIYOT ALUMNI. This network will function as a Community of Practice for Qushiyot Israel Education Fellowship Alumni - Pilot, Aleph, Bet, Gimmel, Dalet, and Hey cohorts - who share a passion for developing and teaching high-quality Israel educational experiences that challenge and engage our students.
Provided in partnership with the Paradigm Project. Through a shared commitment to creating spaces where adults and young children can speak and act against injustice and racism, this Community of Practice will support participants as they engage in anti-racism work, listening, and learning to transform their early childhood practice, classrooms, schools, and communities.
Open to full-time educators (Assistant Directors/Principals, Family Engagement Professionals, Program Directors, Camp and Youth Professionals, Full-time Teachers) other than Senior educators/directors to share innovative models and strategies, and to explore their own potential to make a difference in the lives of families and learners.
This continuing network will allow Directors and Associate Directors in Jewish Early Childhood settings in Westchester to share and develop best practices in the field of Jewish Early Childhood education.
You will have a chance to wrestle with what is next in Jewish education. Participants will grapple with setting new visions, building teams, getting buy-in, assessing past learning, and other key concepts and themes that can help direct programs towards an innovative future.
This network is designed for Youth Professionals who want to connect with colleagues to build relationships and explore opportunities for collaboration!
This continuing network will allow for Directors and Assistant Directors in Jewish Early Childhood settings to share and develop best practices in the field of Early Childhood Education.