The following bootcamp is being offered for classroom teachers in Jewish schools at a subsidized rate.
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Virtual Bootcamp: The Essentials of Jewish History Instruction
Presented by: Naomi Schrager and Hyim Brandes
Memory is a critical part of our tradition, and also a powerful educational force as it provides an emotional, personal connection to the past. The academic study of history, on the other hand, is the reconstruction of the past based on factual evidence and primary sources. This bootcamp explores the relationship between memory and history, best practices in Jewish history instruction, and student-centered approaches. Hands-on workshops make up the bulk of the training program and give teachers the skills and tools they need in order to teach Jewish history in an engaging and creative way.
- Small group sessions
- Reflection and application
- LMS access with additional resources
Previous participating schools include: Hillel Yeshiva, Maimonides School, TanenbaumCHAT, Berman Hebrew Academy, Atlanta Jewish Academy, and more
“…brilliantly run! …It really was a worthwhile experience and definitely helped my teaching!”
~Jewish History Bootcamp Participant
Participants: 7-12 grade Jewish history teachers
Sunday, June 19th 10:30 – 1:00 EST
Tuesday, June 21st 10:30 – 12:00 EST
Thursday, June 23rd 10:30 – 12:00 EST
Sunday, June 26th 10:30 – 12:00 EST
Tuesday, June 28th 10:30 – 12:00 EST
Thursday, June 30th 10:30 – 12:00 EST
Tuesday, July 5th 10:30 – 12:00 EST
Thursday, July 7th 10:30 – 12:00 EST
Price: $350, 10% discount for member schools. Please write to email@example.com to check your schools membership status, to purchase a membership package, or to request your coupon code if you did not receive one.
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This bootcamp is facilitated by members of The Lookstein Center staff.
Director of Education, Lookstein Virtual Jewish Academy
Naomi Schrager is a veteran Jewish educator with more than two decades of experience in classroom instruction, informal education programming, and administration, and currently serves as Director of Education for Lookstein Virtual Jewish Academy. A long-time history lover, she has developed Jewish history curricula, designed and facilitated Professional Development in Jewish history instruction, and supervised its teaching in multiple classrooms, in multiple Jewish day schools. Since making aliyah, Naomi enjoys wandering the land where our national past and present intersect and watching her kids climb and play on antiquities.
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