This session is designed for teachers in Jewish schools of 4-12th grades who may be pivoting between online and face-to-face classrooms in this school year. 

 

How do we build classroom communities? What can we bring from the face-to-face classroom to the virtual and vice versa? What tools and best practices will help us intentionally foster a strong community that will in turn create a vibrant learning environment?

This 1.5-hour workshop includes practical tips and tools, best practices, and interactive explorations.

 

Thank you for providing a useful and strong framework for helping me think about the issues of community in hybrid communities and also for telling that story in a compelling way that breaks down various aspects of community and builds on the work that educators already do. You used a positive, forward-thinking narrative from the perspective of educators being experts in their domain and who are seeking ways to build on their expertise in this new reality…it is a great model. This was very thoughtful and supportive and helped me better articulate and shape directions I hope to follow. Thank you!” – Participant, September 2020

NAOMI SCHRAGER

NAOMI SCHRAGER

Director of Education, Lookstein Virtual Jewish Academy

SHANI SICHERMAN

SHANI SICHERMAN

Educational Content Manager, The Lookstein Center

To bring this workshop to your school, please email info@lookstein.org .

Next session: September 13. Registration is now full.