Use our educational and community resources. Our adaptable lesson plans and professional development programs help educators build connections between students' lives and the lives of Jewish women who came before them. Our community resources, including our oral history guide, help anyone discover and share Jewish women's stories.
Living the Legacy
Go & Learn
The Natalia Twersky Educator Award
Jewish Time Jump: New York
Through four modular lesson plans, students in grades 5-7 learn about Jewish workers, employers, and labor activism in the early 20th century. Developed in partnership with ConverJent, the Jewish Time Jump: New York lesson plans and activities include traditional Jewish texts, stories about contemporary labor issues, and a guide for parents.
Oral History Tools
In Our Own Voices is a how-to guide for conducting life history interviews with American Jewish women. Designed for use by individuals, as well as community groups, the guide invites readers to become "makers of history" by using oral history to capture and preserve the stories of their mothers and grandmothers, teachers and colleagues, community members and friends.
Reading and Film Guides
A Feminist Talmud Page
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Resources." (Viewed on April 1, 2015) <http://jwa.org/teach>.