As JWA's Institute for Educators comes to a close, we wanted to share a few moments ... and messages.
This week teachers from around the nation are participating in JWA’S Institute for Educators.
Introduction: 25 bright and impassioned teachers from all over the country are sitting in a large circle in a nondescript room of a Sheraton Hotel in a suburb of Boston. But what they’re talking about is far from nondescript. This is day one of the Jewish Women’s Archive's Institute for Educators, four intensive days focused on a cutting edge curriculum called Living the Legacy, which brings to life the rich and deep history of American Jewish activism. At the core of the curriculum lie stories, sharing them, living them, cultivating them, and in the words of Judith Rosenbaum, the Archive’s Director of Public History, letting them cultivate us.
Who are you?
I mean really . . .
Who are you . . . when you are alone and no one is watching?
What is your wave state?
How to cite this page
Jewish Women's Archive. " Gabrielle Orcha ." (Viewed on May 6, 2015) <http://jwa.org/blog/author/gabrielle-orcha>.