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Archive for June, 2014

Meet NATE Leaders: 10 Questions with Lori Daitch

Posted on June 10th, 2014

Meet NATE Leaders: 10 Questions with Lori Daitch

What is your leadership role within NATE? I am the co-chair of Operations. The Operations side of leadership focuses on the day to day details in the running of NATE. Under the Operations umbrella falls, Professional Learning, Membership, Advocacy, Development and Communications.

I am the co-coordinator of the Operations side of leadership. Operations focuses on the day-to-day details in the running of NATE. The following teams fall under the Operations umbrella: Advocacy, Communications, Finance, Membership and Professional Learning.

Honoring the NATE Educator

Posted on June 5th, 2014

NATE Educators were honored at the March Kallah for years of service (Milestone Awards), for creativity in Israel education (Yad B’Yad Award) and as a Distinguished Educator. A list of awardees is… For information about these awards, or to share ideas for future awards contact Diane Zimmerman, Recognition Chair, dzimmerman@templesinaidc.org

The Educator’s Toolbox

Posted on June 5th, 2014

Summer’s here! We use this time to renew ourselves personally and professionally. The NATE Continuing Education Summer Series offers you a wonderful opportunity to expand your range of skills through learning from educational experts in a range of areas. Register now for the free, four-session series: Register now at: http://tinyurl.com/NATE-toolbox…and tell a friend!

Update from the President: Year in Review

Posted on June 5th, 2014

Update from the President: Year in Review

Happy summer! I hope it has been a wonderful professional year for everyone. For NATE it has been a busy and successful year!

This year we began a Twitter account. We continue to look for a variety of ways to communicate with our members and to communicate about the important and holy work of Jewish education. If you are not yet following us look for us at @NATEducators.

Our Twitter account helped us to have a significant presence at URJ Biennial. We had hundreds of people stop by our booth and our Thursday night event in the Gas Lamp District. Most impressive, our members offered over 30 workshops that had nearly 1000 participants!