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Inspirational keynotes, workshops and networking opportunities for educators, administrators, board members and stakeholders of network member schools will engage participants around design thinking, school change, board development, educational leadership, innovative technologies, contemporary ideas of Jewish pluralism, Israel curricula, modes of prayer education, special needs inclusion, early childhood education and more. 

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Sunday, January 19 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
How schools can make a difference to students’ thoughts and feelings about Israel…without breaking the bank

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A soon to be published study of Israel education in day schools reveals what day schools can do to have greatest impact on how their students think and feel about Israel. 95 schools participated in this AVI CHAI Foundation funded study, which included a survey of 4,000 students and 400 teachers.

In our session, we’ll explore five ways that elementary, middle and high schools can transform their practices in the classroom and beyond so as to make the greatest difference in students’ lives. We’ll examine how student outcomes differ depending on who teaches about Israel, how they teach and even where the school is located. We’ll also explore how critical differentiated educational practices are for sub-populations of students.


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Alex Pomson

Director, Research and Evaluation, Rosov Consulting
Alex Pomson is director of research and evaluation at Rosov Consulting. Based in Jerusalem, he teaches in the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration at Yeshiva University. This follows almost 20 years as a professor of Jewish education at universities in London, Toronto and Jerusalem.
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Jack Wertheimer

Joseph and Martha Mendelson Professor of American Jewish History, The Jewish Theological Seminary
Dr. Jack Wertheimer is the Joseph and Martha Mendelson Professor of American Jewish History at The Jewish Theological Seminary. His area of specialization is modern Jewish history, with a particular focus on trends in the religious, educational, and organizational sectors of American Jewish life since World War II.   Dr. Wertheimer is the author or editor of more than a dozen volumes, including Unwelcome Strangers: East European Jews... Read More →


Sunday January 19, 2014 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Midway Room Westin LAX

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