Ideas in Jewish Education and Engagement

Inclusion is More Than You Think

How do we build inclusive communities? We’ve been taking a closer look at this question and our work in inclusion through a series of webinars and blog posts. In this week’s blog post, Robert Lichtman, chief Jewish learning officer at the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ, shares…

Where Everyone Is A Teacher

As life has changed, so to have adult learners’ expectations of their experiences. However, adult education might be changing too slowly to match these expectations.

 

In response, Dr. Julie Lieber, interim executive director and director of education at Kevah, offers a model of teach…

Focus on Inclusion: A Communal Call To Action

Best practices and expectations in the disability world have moved from serving people with a disability separately to inclusion of all people, of all abilities, in everything. How does inclusion work in practice? ​

 

Today we learn from Dori Frumin Kirshner, executive director of Ma…

I Don't Solicit on the First Date

Miryam Rosenzweig is currently the chief development officer of The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit. With Federation CEO Scott Kaufman, she has been very involved in shaping the idea that engagement is a Federation responsibility, in Detroit and throughout North America. In convers…

Why Good People Disagree

 

In this blog, we’ve viewed Jewish education and engagement through various frames. This is our first post through a content frame. We need more Jewish in our lives, and we need more Jewish in our Jewish education and engagement. May the voices of the different teachers we feature here …