J-JEP is a multi-denominational collaboration between Beth Shalom, a traditional Conservative congregation, and Rodef Shalom, a Classical Reform congregation. The learning in J-JEP reflects the belief that no two households are the same.
Congregation Tifereth Israel (CTI), Glen Cove, NY. CTI learners and their families participate in hands-on experiential learning. The curriculum focuses on Jewish values learned through our stories (both modern and ancient).
Temple Adat Elohim, Thousand Oaks, CA. Families come together twice a month, once to experience Shabbat as a B’Yachad community and another time to help heal the world by participating in Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) projects
This article is a comprehesive resrouce from a journal of the National Association for the Education of Young Children published in July 2017.
A set of conversation topics, activities and conversation guides to accompany a Mental Health Shabbat.
This resource explores how traumatic events impact students' learning, behavior, and relationships.
Does Rachel have what it takes to foil Sara’s High Holiday hijinks? Spoiler alert: Yes!
What is the power of metaphor in our stories? Why should we consult our ancestors for our traditions?
Curricula in support of the Rabbi Sacks Global Day of Jewish Learning on the theme of From Optimism to Hope.