Workshops for Jewish Educators
JWA is taking a pause from workshops this year in order to work on the redesign of the educational resources on our site. We are so excited to be able to provide you with our lesson plans, primary sources, and other materials in a way that will make it even easier for you to share the amazing stories and experiences of American Jews with your students. In the meantime, we hope you will take advantage of our other professional development opportunities by attending an online learning program or bringing a customized training to your community.
Here is what past participants have said about our workshops:
“The workshop will catalyze important change for my school's curricula. I was introduced to so many rich primary sources that I want to share with students. I am excited to think about ways to distill what I've learned into lesson plans that help students connect to the work for justice done by previous generations, and inspire them to think about the complex choices involved in doing that work today.”
“I had heard about the Jewish Women’s Archive for many years and seen their materials but was completely unaware of the depth and breadth of their materials and how creatively they were contextualized for the classroom.”
“At first I had to hold on to my seat, but it was energizing to have East Coast energy come in here. Every year it seems like there is so much more about the Jewish world and Jewish education. JWA is right on and dead center.”
How to cite this page
Jewish Women's Archive. "Workshops for Jewish Educators." (Viewed on March 1, 2015) <http://jwa.org/teach/profdev/workshops>.