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
Director of Education, Lookstein Virtual Jewish Academy
Educational Content Manager, The Lookstein Center
To bring this workshop to your school, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Next session: September 13. Registration is now full.