Four GenZ Jewish teens (Abe Baker-Butler, Alyx Bernstein, Julie Levey, and Sydney Greene) join The Jewish Education Project's David Bryfman and Jodie Goldberg for a conversation about what it is like to be a Jewish teen in 2020.
Text Study based on the hit movie and Broadway Show, Mean Girls. This text study explores lashon hara using the ancient texts form the Babylonian Talmud, Yisroel Salanter coupled with quotes from the Mean Girls musical.
WE DECLARE is an initiative that aims that to bring democracy and Jewish-democratic values to the center of Israeli and global Jewish discourse, inspired and based upon the Israeli Declaration of Independence.
A seven-part series of sessions that assist parents in having meaningful conversations with their older teens about Israel from Makom.
Makom, a project of the Jewish Agency for Israel, is the place for challenging Israel education, enabling participants to ask challenging questions, while also providing a challenging and exciting experience.
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.
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.