We are excited to announce our December PLC on December 1, 2020 at 10am. We are partnering with Beit T'shuvah for an interactive discussion unpacking and exploring the major shift that we’ve collectively experienced as a result of the pandemic. On a personal and a global level everything we know and felt we could count on shifted quickly, and often nothing feels certain. For many, this experience highlights our sense of fragility and brokenness. We will discuss the human response to such trauma, and draw parallels to the experience of those in recovery from addiction.
MTEI is an immersive learning experience for Jewish Educational Leaders transforming you into an extraordinary teacher of teachers.
Our next 2-year national cohort begins in Spring 2022; Applications open in Spring 2021.
While extended/multi-session learning is our specialty, we invite you to get to know a few of our world-class faculty and to sample the kind of learning we offer. We have four great workshops lined up for you on Tuesdays in July at Noon EDT. Each workshop is 1 hr 15 minutes.
Communication Skills for Challenging Times with Kathy Simon, PhD
At this moment, it’s hard to get on the same page with colleagues and family members, let alone people whom we see as “other” in some way. Sadly, our patterns of speech often exacerbate differences, rather than to help us collaborate.
In this workshop, we’ll explore a few key ideas to help hard conversations go easier.
The Mandel Teacher Educator Institute (MTEI) invites you to join us for a Taste of MTEI starting July 7, and this is the first in a series of four.
Ray Ringel will be facilitating a workshop/discussion on the essential and sometimes "tricky" relationship and interplay of the Advancement/Development director, the Head of School and the Board. Rae is an outstanding presenter and facilitator. She is a faculty member at Georgetown University in the area of fundraising and leadership.
The program be from 12 - 2PM.
Lunch will be served at 12PM.
Registration is Required to Attend. Contact: Betty Winn at 323-761-8636.