Our webinar brings together experts and voices from the field, as The Jewish Education Project examins how to speak with children, teens, and families in the wake of this shifting reality; helping them cope, feel secure, and make meaning in today’s world.
Explore the opportunities and challenges of working with today’s parents of teens with Dr. Betsy Stone. Understand how they were raised and how they relate to their children.
Join co-author Arielle Levites as she discusses key findings and implications of the GenZ study with The Jewish Education Project's Susan Wachsstock.
With individual and collaborative play indoors and out, we can engage children’s curiosity about light and darkness. This webinar showcases new ideas for educators to use natural materials and art to enhance interdisciplinary play while integrating Jewish topics.
This webinar features three educators from one school in Ohio who share how they began to prioritize nature-based learning and some steps they are taking to assess their efforts.
Join us for a pre-Shabbat opportunity for reflection and renewal as we explore responses that will help us, our learners, and their families cope during this crisis.
Social distancing during the Coronavirus outbreak is likely to have an immediate impact on young children who are developing their social and emotional skills during these critical years. We've brought in two experts from the Child Mind Institute to help parents and educators learn how we can support children and their parents through this challenging time.