Book Group: Dare to Lead by Brene Brown, facilitated by Rabbi Nicki Greninger
Tues, Sept 24, 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern REGISTER NOW
The latest from Brene Brown, Dare to Lead is the ultimate playbook for developing brave leaders and courageous cultures. Daring leadership is a collection of four skill sets that are 100% teachable. It’s learning and practice that requires brave work, tough conversations, and showing up with our whole hearts. Join in a robust conversation about how these skills and principles can shape our work as educational leaders.
Webinar: Creating a Culture of Teacher Support and Appreciation facilitated by Andrea Fleekop, RJE and Susie Wexler, in partnership with the ECE-RJ
Wednesday, October 23, 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
ECE-RJ and ARJE are excited to announce a shared partnership around professional learning, covering topics relevant to all Jewish educational leaders. The inaugural learning opportunity will feature a live webinar session as well as a shared GoogleDoc that will remain online for all members to access.
Many schools have a teacher appreciation day or week, but what are practical ways we can provide ongoing support, appreciation, and inspiration?
Prior to the webinar, please take a moment to enter your success stories on this GoogleDoc, which will be available for members to access throughout the year. Additional ideas and resources will be shared on the webinar facilitated by Andrea Fleekop and Susie Wexler.
Webinar: Preparing for Hanukkah: Resource-Sharing, facilitated by Rachel Opatowsky
Tuesday, November 12, 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
Are you tired of typical Chanukah parties and the same old crafts? Are you looking for a new take on a traditional holiday to inspire your teens, adults, or families? ARJE is offering an innovative webinar for professionals from across the board to come and share their programs that have worked well or brainstorm fresh ideas with their colleagues. This is a great time to ask questions or for help from your peers that are doing the same work as you. Come with a great suggestion or looking to discover new ones.
ARJE Placement Al Regel Achat with ARJE’s Executive Director, Rabbi Stan Schickler, RJE
Wednesday, December 4, 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
Join the ARJE’s placement director, Rabbi Stan Schickler, RJE, for this session on the basics of placement and how the ARJE placement process can help you find that position of your dreams. This webinar will cover placement process timelines, resume and personal statement basics, and how to approach the interview process.
Navigating Negotiations with ARJE’s Executive Director, Rabbi Stan Schickler, RJE
Tues Jan 7 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
As we approach the season for beginning contract negotiations with our institutions, join us for a special webinar with Rabbi Stan Schickler, RJE, about negotiating contracts. This session will help participants learn some of the strategies and techniques that can help in this difficult but important process.
Webinar: Creative Models Of Religious Schools in Small Congregations, with Sue Bojdak, Lisa Levenberg, and Debi Rowe
Tues, Feb 11
Whether you have 10 students or 50+ students in your schools, smaller communities have particularly unique educational challenges. This webinar will include a number of presentations of various successful and creative models of religious schools in smaller communities, as well as the opportunity for breakout groups for learning and sharing.
Book Group: The Power of Moments by Chip Heath and Dan Heath, facilitated by Nicki Greninger
Wed, March 25, 9 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
While human lives are endlessly variable, our most memorable positive moments are dominated by four elements: elevation, insight, pride, and connection. If we embrace these elements, we can conjure more moments that matter. What if we could design a program that we knew our students would remember twenty years later? Many of the defining moments in our lives are the result of accident or luck—but why would we leave our most meaningful, memorable moments to chance when we can create them? Engage in a lively conversation about how we, as educators, can shape these experiences for our learners and for ourselves.