Shifting the Paradigm.

April 29 - May 1

Once again we will gather together to #shifttheparadigm in Jewish early childhood education. Are you ready to make a difference? 

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Tuesday, May 1 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Lenses – B’rit and Tikkun Olam

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This is an in-depth study of how the lenses of B’rit – Covenant - and Tikkun Olam – Repair of the World - can guide everyday experiences in our schools. We will work to understand how these lenses provide a framework to guide and invite quality work.

We will explore how these lenses live through: belonging and commitment; agreements, understandings and boundaries; ability to engage in difficult conversations; relationships and responsibility.  What type of relationships need to be established for our community to thrive? How do we create belonging within a framework of shared expectations?

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Diana Ganger

Coach and Consultant in Organizational and Educational settings, DG1818Consultant
Diana Ganger, M.S.W., works as a coach and consultant in Organizational and Educational settings. A long-time Jewish educator, she was a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Foundation and is a recipient of the 2008 Covenant Award for Excellence in Jewish Education. She made aliyah to... Read More →
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Veronica Maravankin

Lead Consultant, Paradigm Project, Veronica Maravankin Consulting
Veronica Maravankin is an early childhood consultant who is proficient in catalyzing systemic change through strategic planning, redesigning teaching and learning to reflect 21st century skills development, fiscal responsibility, professional development and supervision, values-based... Read More →

Tuesday May 1, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
Lodge Alef- Daled
  Tuesday, Jewish Lenses
  • Please bring photos to share Participants are invited to bring one image of their school representing each of the lenses (a total of seven photos). Suggested, not mandatory.