All of our past online learning programs have been recorded and are available to watch on JWA’s YouTube channel. Follow the links below to view the programs, read presentation notes, and view the materials offered.
Girls in Trouble: Women's Agency and Power in the Torah
Guest teacher Alicia Jo Rabins introduces two new study guides from her "Girls in Trouble" curriculum. By exploring the stories of the Sotah, and the daughters of Tzelofchad, participants consider women's agency and power in the Torah.
Ink of our Own: Women Who Scribe
Torah Scribe and Educator Julie Seltzer takes participants on a behind-the-scenes tour of how Torahs are written, and discusses the Jewish law that has long kept women from being scribes.
Story Aperture Online Training
Story Aperture, a new project of the Jewish Women’s Archive, enables people of all ages to collect and share the untold and underrepresented stories of Jewish women through mobile technology.
Education for Social Change: Teaching Young Jewish Leaders
JWA is thrilled to partner with Tali Puterman, winner of the 2017 Natalia Twersky Educator Award, to present themes and teaching methods from her winning lesson, “Henrietta Szold: Learning from the Past to Shape Our Future.”
"Lilith: Demoness or Heroine?" with Alicia Jo Rabins
Join Alicia Jo Rabins: poet, musician, composer, and Jewish educator, as she introduces Girls in Trouble, her new curriculum based on her songs about women in the Bible. Learn about all that this curriculum has to offer and how to use it in your classroom, and participate in some of the activities from Alicia’s lesson about Lilith. Plus, hear Alicia perform her song about Lilith, live!
The First Woman Rabbi: Uncovering the Story of Regina Jonas
Join JWA Rabbinic Intern Sarah Mulhern as she leads participants in a discussion about the little-known story of Regina Jonas: the first woman rabbi, and a Holocaust victim. Learn about the variety of materials and resources that JWA has to offer on this influential figure, and think more broadly about which stories we tell and which we do not, why this is, and what impacts this has on us and our communities.
Hannah Raises Her Voice with Alicia Jo Rabins
Join Alicia Jo Rabins: poet, musician, composer, and Jewish educator, as she introduces Girls in Trouble, her new curriculum based on her songs about women in the Bible. Learn about all that this curriculum has to offer and how to use it in your classroom, and participate in some of the activities from Alicia’s lesson about Hannah. Plus, hear Alicia perform her song about Hannah, live!
Miriam in the Desert with Alicia Jo Rabins
Stop, Look, and Think: The Visual Thinking Strategies Method
Selling Soap, Smashing Sexism with Rabbi Mike Rothbaum
Adapting and Scaffolding Texts for Younger Students with Jonah Hassenfeld
Twersky Winner Tells All with Rabbi Deborah Bodin Cohen
Music and Lyrics: Learning from Songs with Pauli Katz
Unlocking the Power of Oral History with Etta King
Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Celebration (May 2014)
An American Jew in Israel
Queen Esther and Bella Abzug: Costumes, Leadership, and Identity
Wednesdays in Mississippi: 50th Anniversary Celebration
Jews, Music, and the Civil Rights Movement
Collective Action: Lessons from the Labor Movement
Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Celebration
Listen and Tell: Oral History Projects
Hanukkah: Ignite and Inspire - Online Learning Program for Jewish Educators
Teachers Tell All: Voices from the Field
"But, I Don't Teach History!" Using Historical Sources in Jewish Education
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Recorded Programs." (Viewed on September 25, 2018) <https://jwa.org/teach/profdev/webinars/recorded>.