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Living and Learning: The Role of Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Posted by icadmin in Living and Learning, Uncategorized
Part of the Living and Learning Series – pre- and post-learning
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How does the bar/bat mitzvah currently influence our goals and curricula for Hebrew instruction?

How would changing the model for b’nei mitzvah open up new possibilities for Hebrew instruction?

These are some of the pressing questions we’ll be addressing in an upcoming Living and Learning. Begin the conversation now!

Share in the comments – what is coming up for you in your work as an innovator that makes this an important question?

Living and Learning: Excellent Experiential Learning

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Part of the Living and Learning series – pre- and post-learning
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What is excellent experiential education?

What would that look like for your congregation, your community, your learners?

These are some of the pressing questions we’ll be addressing in an upcoming Living and Learning. Begin the conversation now!

Share in the comments – what is coming up for you in your work as an innovator that makes this an important question?

Living and Learning: Success in Whole Person Hebrew Learning

Posted by icadmin in Living and Learning

Part of the Living and Learning Series

(pre- and post-learning)
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What does whole person Hebrew  look like in action?What are the lived experiences in Hebrew language that would be meaningful to your learners today and helpful for the rest of their journey?

These are some of the pressing questions we’ll be addressing in an upcoming Living and Learning. Begin the conversation now!

Share in the comments: What is coming up for you in your work as an innovator that makes this an important question?

Living and Learning: Survey Results

Posted by icadmin in Living and Learning, Uncategorized
by Miriam Brosseau

We recently surveyed LOMED and LOMED Chadash, asking you what you cared about, what your burning questions are, and how you would like to spend your time at the upcoming Living and Learning session. The results are in! The following charts illustrate what Coalition congregations are thinking about… 

Any surprises? Any lingering questions? Where does your congregation fall? 

(If you haven’t signed up and shared your thoughts, click here to take the survey.)

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