A day-long summit to elevate the practice of Jewish education, and inspire profound changes in the outcome of the learner's experience.
About this Event
What is ELEVATE?
ELEVATE is a day-long summit in San Francisco, that will bring together the best and brightest minds in Jewish Education. Our goal is to provide an interactive learning space for educators, parents, community leaders, and other interested parties. Join us for this opportunity to learn and discuss big educational ideas and take away practical knowledge that can be used in classrooms and at home.
9:00 am : Welcome and Setting Intentions
Morning: Workshops/Learning Space
Lunch: Plenary with Keynote Dr. Wendy Mogel
Afternoon: Workshops/Learning Space
4:00 pm : Closing Program
Additional speakers and workshop leaders will be added.
Who is it for?
Teachers, educational leadership, parents, grandparents, general community, philanthropists, community partners
Where is it?
Hyatt Regency Embarcadero in San Francisco
How long is the summit?
The summit begins Monday morning and ends late Monday afternoon.
How much does it cost?
$50 Registration Fee includes admission to all workshops, lunchtime plenary and award ceremony.
$36 Registration Fee includes admission to lunchtime plenary and award ceremony.
If you are interested in paying by check, please contact Jenn Brysk at 415.751.6983 ext. 153 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Has Jewish LearningWorks Created This Summit?
Jewish LearningWorks advances Jewish learning that enriches lives and enables learners to flourish as human beings and as Jews. We have created this summit to unite local educational stakeholders around state-of-the-art, 21st century concepts in Jewish education, and spotlight practical approaches that will accelerate our educational effectiveness as a community.
Who is Dr. Wendy Mogel?
Dr. Wendy Mogel is a clinical psychologist, international public speaker, and New York Times best-selling author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee, The Blessing of a B-Minus. Her latest book is Voice Lessons for Parents: What to Say, How to Say It, and When to Listen. “Her mission is the protection and promotion of self-reliance, resilience, accountability, and exuberance in children.”