R. Jordi Schuster Battis, Kim Bodemer, R. Rebecca Rosenthal

Brought to you by the ARJE Continuing Education Committee

Are you curious about what it would take to incorporate Project-based Learning curricula into your congregational school? Have you tried it and want to learn more about lessons learned by other Jewish educators? Take advantage of this ARJE Professional Learning opportunity to hear about the essential elements needed to make PBL work in a congregational school. What lessons have been learned by educators over the last several years? What are the benefits to the students? What resources are necessary for success?

Panelists include Rabbi Jordi Schuster Battis, Director of Curriculum, K-12 Learning at Temple Beth Shalom in Needham, MA, Kim Bodemer, Director of Congregational Learning at Temple Chayai Shalom in Easton, MA and Rabbi Rebecca Rosenthal, Director of Youth & Family Education at Central Synagogue in New York City. We will hear their experiences of three different programs, what they have learned, how their programs have evolved over time, and what they continue to learn about this powerful learning experience for students.

We allotted 90 minutes for this webinar, including Q&A.

Note: Due to technical difficulties, the beginning of the webinar was not recorded. The below recording starts approximately 30 minutes into the webinar.

To view slides of Kim Bodemer’s presentation, which was not recorded, click here.

Project Based Jewish Learning from ARJE on Vimeo.