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A New View of the Narrow Bridge

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Instructor, Parenting Through a Jewish Lens
May 27, 2014

I really didn’t think this text was going to resonate but I tried it anyway.  The topic was risk-taking behavior – and the parents were getting more and more anxious with each passing minute, as they imagined their ‘tweens “doing what they did as teenagers,” testing the limits either with alcohol, drugs or sex.   While […]

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Blending Torah and Activism

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Rector, Rabbinical School; Irving Brudnick Professor of Philosophy and Religion
February 26, 2014

I am a scholar and teacher, having devoted much of my life to shaping a Judaism that will work both for me and for others in our contemporary world. I have one sibling, my sister Paula, who works in international peacebuilding, especially in Asia and Africa. Recently, I received an email she sent from Addis […]

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Today in Dnep

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Student, Prozdor
February 20, 2014

We were woken up by the Israelis and enjoyed a very Ukrainian breakfast in the Menorah Center. Then we hopped on the bus and crossed the Dnep river in order to experience Beit Hanna, the women’s teaching college, and the ERC or the Educational Resource center for children with disabilities. When we arrived, the principal […]

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An Anecdote from Davida’s Day

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Student, Prozdor
February 20, 2014

Today in class one of the boys grabbed my hand from behind and gave me a big hug. I was very surprised, but happy, because we had found a way to communicate through the language barrier. He pulled me over to where the teacher had put out apples and pointed until I took one. Then […]

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Words from Emily N.

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Student, Prozdor
February 18, 2014

Privyet (Hi) from Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine!! After lots of traveling we are finally here and settling in. This morning we hopped on the bus and toured the city. We learned about the history of Jews in Dnep and the strong Jewish community here. We held a service of remembrance in three different languages at the memorial […]

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Day 4: Powerful Places and People

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Director, Yal-Day-New Day Care Center, Inc.
February 13, 2014

Many of us have used a beauty product derived from the Dead Sea whether we have known the origin of the product. Today, I had the authentic experience by slathering the Dead Sea clay all over my body and floating for over an hour effortlessly in beautiful weather. As I was surrounded by colleagues whom […]

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Next week in Jerusalem, the Weizmann Institute, Hula Valley and much more…

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Director of the Early Childhood Institute, Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education
February 3, 2014

Shalom and welcome to “Educational Exploration of Israel.” On February 9, 2014 a group of 14 early childhood educators and STEM professionals from the Boston area will travel together to Israel. We will explore the old and the new, nature, educational settings, STEM education, innovation and much more. We will spend time with our partners […]

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Return to Adult Learning

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Associate Director, Parenting Through a Jewish Lens
December 20, 2013

When I moved to Boston in 1998, my first job out of college was that of administrative assistant in the adult-learning division at Hebrew College. Then, the campus was in Brookline, on Hawes Street, and my desk was situated in a hallway between the bathroom and the office of the director of adult learning, then […]

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