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Camp in the City, City at Camp – Mutual Benefits Through Effective Collaboration

Camp Ilan; screen capture YouTube. By Rabbi Eddie Shostak [This is the sixth article in our “effective collaboration” series, written by alumni of the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish [...]

Camp in the City, City at Camp – Mutual Benefits Through Effective Collaboration2019-08-08T20:13:58+02:00

Success Achieved: STEM Education in the Jewish Day School as a Result of Effective and Deep Collaboration

Golda Och Academy’s 9th grade STEM class tests LEDs; photo courtesy. By Adam Shapiro [This is the third article in our “effective collaboration” series, written by alumni of the William [...]

Success Achieved: STEM Education in the Jewish Day School as a Result of Effective and Deep Collaboration2019-08-08T20:14:02+02:00

A Sense of Belonging: Lauder e-learning schools are educating otherwise abandoned Jewish youth throughout Eastern Europe and Germany

Photo credit: Marysia Bil By Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman Dorota Brzac is from a small Polish town. Five years ago, she enrolled her 10-year-old son Mieszko Zslemsky into the Lauder-Morasha e-Learning School. [...]

A Sense of Belonging: Lauder e-learning schools are educating otherwise abandoned Jewish youth throughout Eastern Europe and Germany2019-08-08T20:14:03+02:00

Going Beyond the Letters That Define Us: A Lesson in Collaboration and Community Building

By Heather Fiedler [This is the second article in our “effective collaboration” series, written by alumni of the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education at The Jewish Theological Seminary. [...]

Going Beyond the Letters That Define Us: A Lesson in Collaboration and Community Building2019-08-08T20:14:03+02:00