In this second webinar of the series, Sarah Rosenblum presents foundational material about Positive Psychology and explores the intersection of those key ideas with Jewish Education. She gives practical adaptable examples for educators to try in their programs.
The Reggio approach was introduced to the Preschool in 2008. Both the enrollment growth and program enrichment have been exciting as well as demanding. It is a clear reflection of the quality of the teachers, their deepening understanding of the Reggio approach, and the investment in their growth.
Wonder of Learning was an exhibition of the infant-toddler centers and preschools of the Istituzione Municipality of Reggio Emilia, Italy. We are including this amazing exhibition and these resources as part of our Site Visits since we led four different guided educator trips there in 2015.
North Shore's Outdoor Classroom promotes experiential learning through play, supports individual learning styles, and cultivates a lifelong respect for our environment.
Our kids have questions about Israel. This is a guide for three key conversations to address complex issues together; the separation wall, Israel in the public sphere (i.e. media) and Homeland. Development level is for children as young as 5 years old.
The Jewish Museum provided us with the perfect setting to explore how early childhood educators might use art and artifacts in their classrooms differently.
Saul Kaiserman, Director of Lifelong Learning at Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York, discusses the purpose of Jewish education and how Jewish educational institutions like Hebrew Schools and Jewish Supplementary schools will look different after the Coronavirus pandemic.
Daniel Held, Executive Director of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto’s Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Education, joins David Bryfman on the May 4, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.