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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 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Relational Jewish Day Schools

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Ron Wolfson's Relational Judaism charges us to shift from programs to people.  What does that look like in day schools and what key lessons can we apply toward intensifying the feeling of community among our stakeholders?

About Conversations:


Conversations are an opportunity for colleagues to sit together for a facilitated conversation about an area of shared interest.

These sessions will not include formal presentations by expert speakers, rather they presume that through the shared expertise in the room, facilitated by knowledgeable peers, conference participants will learn new ways to move the needle in their schools in these areas of interest.

Speakers
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Jeremy Winaker

Head of School, Albert Einstein Academy Jewish Day School
Rabbi Jeremy Winaker is the Head of School at Albert Einstein Academy, the primary Jewish day school in Wilmington, DE. He came to Delaware to serve as the Senior Jewish Educator at the Kristol Hillel Center at the University of Delaware, funded by the Jim Joseph Foundation. A Rabbis Without Borders Fellow alumnus, he has worked in synagogues, camps, schools and adult education offerings. Rabbi Winaker shares his views on WDEL's "The... Read More →


Sunday January 19, 2014 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Room 329 Westin LAX

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