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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Lyndall Miller

Director of the Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership Institute (JECELI)
Lyndall Miller, M.A.Ed., M.A.J.Ed., M.S.Ed., is the Director of the Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership Institute (JECELI), which is an intensive professional development initiative for early-career directors and teacher leaders initiated in 2011. At this time, Lyndall is also involved in developing the Jewish Early Childhood Education Research Center (JECERC) devoted to the pedagogical documentation of Jewish life and learning with Sonya Shoptaugh, an expert in the Reggio Emilia approach Over her career, Lyndall has directed the Legacy Heritage Institute for Jewish Early Childhood Educators, a site-based transformation initiative, as well as directing the early childhood education department of Gratz College. Lyndall has been a consultant for Jewish early childhood education for various organizations, including the Jewish Community Center Association of North America. Before her work in Jewish education, she was a specialist and classroom teacher in, public schools and self-contained settings for young children with special needs. She holds three Master’s degrees in education, including Jewish education. Lyndall has been in the field of early education for over 45 years and is now working on her Ed.D. through the Gratz College Doctoral Program in Jewish Education. Lyndall’s focus is on supporting Jewish early childhood educators as they engage with Judaism and continuously discover deeper meanings with children, families.